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    Rams | Team meets with Lewis

    Rams | Team meets with Lewis
    Mon, 9 Jan 2006 17:52:53 -0800

    Nick Wagoner, of StLouisRams.com, reports St. Louis Rams team president John Shaw and his Rams' contingent met with New York Giants defensive coordinator Tim Lewis Monday, Jan. 9, for their head coaching vacancy. He is the fourth candidate to interview. It appears that this decision won't be made hastily as Shaw made a point of saying that the team would give the search the proper amount of time and thought before coming to a conclusion.


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    Re: Rams | Team meets with Lewis

    ...The team would give the search the proper amount of time and thought before coming to a conclusion.
    It is an obvious and required protocol but I hope this Rams HC decision will especially benefit from such a study.

    :angryram: Get it right -- at least, do your due diligently.

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    Re: Rams | Team meets with Lewis

    I agree if they say it'll take awhile they better make the right choice!.

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    Re: Rams | Team meets with Lewis

    With fast and aggressive players like Farrior and Bell on the inside, LeBeau is playing to this teamís strengths. Though it seems simple, it is notable because it is something that Tim Lewis was never able to do. A botched Tim Lewis plan was to make Kendrell Bell a pass rushing outside linebacker. LeBeauís plan is much simpler - just blitz Bell from his normal position

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    Last edited by Tony Soprano; -01-10-2006 at 12:22 AM.

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