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    Rams WRs should dominate

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    Why To Watch

    For the first time since 1998 Marshall Faulk won't be St. Louis' starting running back when the regular season opens. The Steven Jackson era begins and fans around the league are eager to see what the talented back can do in his second year. It shouldn't take long to find out, as head coach Mike Martz has said Jackson will play a big role in an offense that features an efficient quarterback and one of the best receiving corps in the league.
    The best part about the regular season opener is every team believes it can compete for a playoff berth, and the ***** are no different. While San Francisco finished the 2004 season with the league's worst record, new head coach Mike Nolan has been a breath of fresh air and has the team playing with more confidence.

    The hope is that getting a few key players back from injuries, combined with the development of young players, will lead to a much better finish this year. Getting a division win against the Rams would send a message to the rest of the NFC West that the ***** aren't to be overlooked. However, San Francisco will have to play near flawless football to pull off the upset.

    We need to play a clean game, no turn overs and no ST break downs. It's show time!!


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    Re: Rams WRs should dominate

    It's show time!! --Rambos
    [Inside the Rams pre-game huddle, players hopping and grunting] :angryram:

    ONE - TWO - THREE -- DOMINATE!
    Last edited by RealRam; -09-07-2005 at 05:33 PM.

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