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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    the one thing i like a boller he can scarmble as he did just there on that 17 yard touchdown run


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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    Do I see a 1-15 season?

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    jackson got his TD instead

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    Quote Originally Posted by shower beers View Post
    Or even draft Suh.
    LOL...note to self, "do not type messages while watching football and talking to the fiance"

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    At least Jaxx got a TD........... he deserves it.

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua View Post
    wow, such an optimist you are.
    Just being a realist I'm afraid. This team is horrid..

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    I am so frustrated. Heck, put me at quarterback..

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    I think many of us realistically saw this season coming. Today's results, as well as many others, should come as no surprise to most. Give it a year or two...

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    Lets look at the bright side. We are in great shape to get the first pick in the 2010 NFL draft. Go Rams

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    Quote Originally Posted by SFCRamFan View Post
    I think many of us realistically saw this season coming. Today's results, as well as many others, should come as no surprise to most. Give it a year or two...
    I agree. Spags needs a learning curve as well. He needs to come into his own.

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    so the rams have a bad yr......everyteam in the NFL has em some more than others but shyt support ur team!!!!

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    reason i say that is this...... dont worry about draft picks worry aboout getting ur players ready for nxt game 1 player isnt gonna play all positions (saints fan here did our weed smokin saviour help us out?)

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    after this game Im even more inclined to say DT for the draft in round 1.

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    Suh. Suh. Suh....

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    Re: Rams vs. Seahawks discussion thread

    To the earlier posters who wanted Locker in the draft. This would suppose that he came out as a junior when all indications are that he will stay, so far. I'm inclined to believe that he will stay in college for his senior season. He's still really rough around the edges and gets antsy in the pocket. Sark is instilling some patience in the guy, teaching him to have patience in the pocket, to better hit the deep ball, and that a rocket that the underneath receiver can't catch is a bad pass even if it hits the the guy in the numbers. Another year under Sark would be good for Locker.

    But of he comes out and you draft him, he will be a great player. He is a natural leader. Very smart. Very, very athletic. He is a natural runner, loves to tuck and run, and he is very elusive when he does so. He likes to run head on into people, not afraid of contact. Very vocal and emotional. He throws a great pass, is very accurate on a line, but sometimes misses high (real high). Doesn't get rattled easily (course he's played for some really bad Husky teams). Lots of upside, will be a very very good QB. Will need to spend some time on the bench to learn under someone. He's not quite NFL ready.

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