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    RamView, 11/30/2008: Dolphins 16, Rams 12 (Long)

    RamView, November 30, 2008
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    Game #12: Dolphins 16, Rams 12

    Ugh, I went to the Dome for a Rams game and a soccer game broke out. The Rams and Dolphins traded FGs all day, and though competitive, the Rams went down kicking with their tenth loss. Maybe next year theyíll actually be good enough to beat the leagueís worst team from the year before.

    Position by position:
    * QB: With Steven Jackson somewhat healthy, Marc Bulger was supposed to return to the back seat in the Ram offense as envisioned here in the post-Martz era. ďManage the offenseĒ and donít screw up. Yes, the Rams paid $60 million for Trent Dilfer. Through about three quarters today, Bulger was having a classically Dilferian game: 8-20, 85 yards. He seemed to be ďmanagingĒ, though. He was the victim of some drops, played it safe in the pocket with some throwaways, and hadnít taken a sack. The Rams werenít scoring TDs but were still in the game. For those almost-three quarters, Bulger at least wasnít hurting the team, even though the Ramsí biggest problem in the red zone appeared to be the QB. The Rams got to 2nd-and-goal from the 5 their opening possession. Bulger had to throw away the 2nd down pass because Miami had everyone covered. On 3rd down, he forced a pass into the right corner of the end zone Torry Holt never could have caught. Rams kick a FG. What was odd was that Bulger had Steven Jackson and Anthony Becht open in the middle, and Becht had a clear path to the end zone, but the dumpoff-prone Bulger didnít dump off this time. Like the next drive. Bulger settled for a short pass to Dane Looker on 3rd-and-long with Donnie Avery open deeper downfield. Rams kick a FG. They got back inside the 20 in the 2nd after Bulgerís nice throw to Holt under pressure, but on 3rd-and-5, Bulger tried forcing a sideline pass to Anthony Becht with Holt popping up wide open over the middle. Rams. Kick. A. FG. Down 13-9 late in the 3rd, Bulger began paying for the earlier opportunities to cash in. He locked in on Jackson and threw his first INT right to Akin Ayodele, lying in the weeds. The Rams recovered from that and got ANOTHER FG, their last, false, hope. Getting the ball back at his 33 with a chance to drive the offense to the lead, Bulger rolled out and threw an AWFUL pass, right to Renaldo Hill, yards short of intended (and open) receiver Becht, for a crushing INT that allowed Miami to extend their lead to 16-13. What should have been a big gain was instead a disaster because Bulger got nervous about Joey Porter five yards away, got happy feet and threw terribly off-balance. Bulgerís protection was terrific today, and good on that play; his reaction and that throw are entirely inexcusable. The rest of the game, with chances remaining to take the lead, Bulger was a dumpoff machine except for the overthrown bomb for Derek Stanley at the end of the game that Andre Goodman fielded like he was the intended receiver for Bulgerís THIRD INT. Coupled with his poor completion percentage (16-35) and meager yardage (149), that sank Bulgerís passer rating for the day to a BRUTAL 22.2. The Rams blocked and ran pretty well. Special teams were pretty good. The defense was at least better than usual. Marc Bulger had the power to win or lose this game and he lost it with panicky pocket presence and questionable decision-making at key moments. The Rams paid $60 million for Trent Dilfer, and today, they got Tony Banks. Whatever happened to him? Did he get replaced?

    * RB: Rams Nation can pretend otherwise all it wants, but we miss Steven Jackson (21-94) when heís away. Right from the first carry it was too easy to see the Rams have no one else who runs with his power. Jackson ran decisively, got upfield quickly, and as usual, was happy to drag defenders along for the ride. He opened the game with an 11-yard run and added a 13-yarder later. He bailed Bulger out of trouble on the opening drive and took a hot pass for 16 to keep a FG drive moving. He pounded out the better part of 35 yards to set up the Ramsí third FG. The thigh injury didnít prevent him from cutting back for 10 yards in the 3rd, but issues rose about Jacksonís conditioning, which kept him out of the game for stretches, including the last half of the 4th quarter, though he denied any fatigue problems after the game. Antonio Pittman (6-25) didnít play nearly as well in Jacksonís shadow as he did out of it. He dropped a couple of easy passes and lost yards on a 2nd-and-4 late in the game by trying to improvise to the outside on an inside run. At that point of the game, and any time they were in the red zone, the Rams missed Jackson running the ball (and receiving Ė he had only the one catch). The sooner the Rams let the Train out of the shed, the better.

    * WR: Another quiet performance from the Ram receivers, who had a bad sort of timing problem with Bulger. He couldnít find them when they were open, and when he did find them, they werenít. Dane Looker (6-52) was the only one who could get reliably open much and thus led the receivers. Looker, Torry Holt (3-30) and Keenan Burton (1-23) all had third-down catches that kept FG drives alive, but thoseíd be TD drives if anybody would get open in the end zone one of these days. At the Miami 20 in the 4th, they tried a go route to the end zone for Holt that was just kind of sad. Maybe it would have been a TD for the Holt of 2006, but 2008 Holt wasnít open against Andre (Who?) Goodman for even a nanosecond. Donnie Avery (0-0) drew a couple of DPIs on the opening drive but was invisible otherwise. We learned a few things from the Ramsí attempts to get the TEs involved today: Anthony Becht isnít a receiver, Joe Klopfensteinís sociology degree may come in handy for him any day now, and Daniel Fells (3-28) can probably be rushed into a starting role. He looks like a nice find. Heís a fluid receiver with good hands, a vast step up from the other two. Plus Fells is a big man and a strong runner that DBs donít want to mess with after the catch. Oddly, he may be this receiving corpsí best chance at YAC these days.

    * Offensive line: Unexpectedly, the offensive line had its best game of the season. Bulger was not sacked, and Miami didnít really come close on most of his dropbacks. They led Jackson and Pittman to an average of 4.3 a carry. Orlando Pace, back weeks earlier than expected from a knee injury, had a monster game and showed everyone why he is still the man. He collapsed the right side of Miamiís line on Jacksonís opening 11-yard dash. Jackson got 13 more to open the next drive with another big block from Pace and one from Richie Incognito on the pull. Alex Barron picked Pittman up and swung him around to break open an 11-yard run in the 3rd. Another Pace block sprung Jackson for 10 on a cutback right before Bulgerís first INT. Orlando also dominated in pass-blocking; Joey Porter didnít get anywhere against him today. He really didnít against Barron, either. Incognito left the game in the 2nd half due to ironic lightheadedness; John Greco replaced him and the o-line seemed not to miss a beat. (Dun dun DUN.) Jacob Bell even threw some good blocks. The only blemish was a Barron false start. Now, before we start declaring these guys the second coming of the Hogs, itís worth mentioning that Miami did not blitz much at all. The Rams picked up the few blitzes that did come well, but Miami really played into the hands of a team that usually struggles to pick up blitzes by blitzing very little. Still, whatís not to like about Bulger not getting killed, or RBs cavorting through big gaps, or Pace knocking people around like itís 1999? A-plus today for the front five.

    * Defensive line/LB: The local media have been all but gushing about the defense today; I donít get it, other than 16 points allowed being a respectable total for a change. They didnít sack Chad Pennington and barely pressured him at all. Who even had a QB pressure? Chris Long once or twice? James Hall once? Whatís to gush about there? Long probably did win his square-off with Jake Long on points. Dolphin RBs had 4.2 yards a carry and Miami rushed for 149 total; whatís the big deal there? Miami started their 2nd drive from their own 9 and still got a TD out of it Ė so whatís new? Dolphins ran around Victor Adeyanju repeatedly for big gains. Letís throw a parade! How is it that Adeyanju is considered the run stopper among the Ram DEs? Does he ever stop a run? Ronnie Brown scored from the 3 after Corey Chavous didnít wrap up and Pisa Tinoisamoa blew his second ankle tackle of the drive. And they got out of a first-and-22 hole getting there! Send that tape to the Hall of Fame! Leonard Little jumped offside and kept Miamiís third FG drive alive. Save that for the highlight reel! The Dolphins grinded out 2 first downs and 2:30 of game clock with the Rams trying to get the ball back at the end of the game. Ooh, clutch! OK, thereís a couple of good things to say. David Vobora may have gotten run over a couple of times, but he did a good job staying in most plays in his first career start at MLB. The secondary (next) made some good plays. After the Rams narrowed the lead to 13-12 in the 4th, Adam Carriker and Will Witherspoon stuffed Ricky Williams on 3rd-and-short and forced a 3-and-out. Leave it to Bulger to throw an awful INT to stem the rising Ram tide. The Ram defense competed and tackled better than usual, but with the Dolphins notching 5 runs of 10 yards or more, 16 of 5 yards or more, Iíd hold off on the ceremony with the President in the Rose Garden, too.

    * Secondary: OJ Atogwe and Jason Craft are probably going to enjoy reviewing game tape Monday; Fakhir Brown and Ron Bartell, maybe not. Craft shut down Miamiís opening drive by stopping a screen to Davone Bess with a nice open-field tackle. Atogwe tracked down TE David Martin, wide wide open on a squirrelly Wildcat halfback option pass in the 3rd, and knocked the ball from him for the Ramsí only turnover. Ted Ginn (4-55) partied most of the first quarter at Brownís and Bartellís expense. He beat Brown for 15 when Fakhir got caught looking in the Miami backfield. He beat Bartell badly for 19 on Miamiís TD drive and was wide open over the middle for 13 a couple of plays later. Someone named Brandon London beat Brown, who unsurprisingly couldnít find the ball, for another 13 that drive, and Patrick Cobbs started it with a 14-yard sweep where he beat Bartell around the right corner with stunning ease. Bartell struggled and got run over by the Miami running game. So did Corey Chavous, who was knocked aside on Ronnie Brownís TD run and beaten by Bess for 21 on 3rd-and-2 during Miamiís first FG drive. Todd Johnson came in as an injury replacement for Chavous. The big pass of the day went to Bess for 37 against a beaten / picked Craft and set up a FG. Brown and Bartell got a little face back with good pass defenses later on, but wound up paying for too-loose coverage at the beginning of the game.

    * Special teams: Maybe the Rams need more high school coaches (Like Mike Jones, who just won the Missouri state title with Hazelwood East). Top to bottom, Al Roberts has the Rams special teams looking better than they have for some time. Derek Stanley should have been returning kicks all season. His first move is forward, heís good at using his blocks and getting better at making defenders miss. Blockingís improving, especially the wedge on kickoffs. Josh Brown hit four FGs, with a long of 51. Kick coverage was terrific, played with discipline and stayed in their lanes. Jonathan Wade is a key man outside on kick coverage and did a terrific job. And you gotta love how Keenan Burton gets in there on kick returns. I think he even drew a holding penalty. Donnie Jones welcomed his old team back with a couple of 60-yard blasts. Now, is it too much to start asking for some TDs out of this unit, since the offense canít score any?

    * Coaching/discipline: Al Saundersí offense was balanced and was able to put together some drives because of its success on 3rd down (7 of 14). The obvious problem today was the Ramsí failure in the red zone, and with receivers popping open on critical plays, Saundersí calls down there werenít as big a problem as Bulgerís play was. But it sure seems like there would have been ways for Saunders to help Bulger out. I know the injury and layoff played a factor, but I canít square with Steven Jackson getting ONE carry inside the 20. 39 should get the ball on 1st-and-goal at the 7, not Antonio Pittman. The 2nd-and-goal play on the opening drive was the same old play the Rams always run down there. Drag a WR (Holt) across the back of the end zone, hook one (Looker) at the goal line. Miami had that scouted. The Rams got to the Dolphins 23 in the 4th by mixing run and pass, but then passed three times and kicked a (4th) FG. Saunders knows Jackson needs to carry the load on this offense, and itís too bad, for whatever reason, that the Ramsí money RB didnít get the ball more in money territory today. Itís also too bad Rick Venturi has apparently forgotten how to blitz. The Ramsí nearly complete inability to pressure Pennington didnít mix very well with the coverage breakdowns downfield. Though they recovered well, the Ram defense got off-balance a lot against Miamiís high-schoolish offensive attack. Venturi earns a thumbs-up for having Vobora ready to play, but Iím puzzled at his continued expectation of a 4-man pass rush.

    It took three weeks, but the Rams finally returned to the competitive level Jim Haslett had them at his first two weeks after taking over. After eight weeks, Haslettís led the Rams to two wins, two close losses and four stinkbombs. Luckily for Haslett, in Chip Rosenbloomís eyes, that probably makes him .500, even though maintaining this level of play, for what itís worth, shouldnít be enough on its own to get Haslett renewed. For instance, 0-6 in the division wonít get it done, not for a team where even 2-4 would be a reversal of recent trends. Itíd be nice if somebody would get Bulger straightened out to where he could at least turn in a passer rating over 50 sometime soon. And maybe now that itís gathered itself a little bit, the defense can start going aggressively after QBs again. This team needs to hit as many high notes as possible by the end of the season; no time like the present for Haslett to really start tuning up the band.

    * Upon further review: 98% of the job Ron Winterís crew did today looked pretty good. They were good about calling offensive holding and penalties on kick returns. They made a few good defensive pass interference calls. They were right the first time on a Miami challenge (Holt sideline catch in 4th) and a booth challenge (Looker catch/fumble late in game). Little was lucky not to get 15 yards for sacking Pennington hard after jumping offside in the 4th. But a couple of plays in the 3rd loom as critical. Radio called out Ernest Wilford for a pick on Craft that set up Davone Bessí 37-yard catch and an eventual Miami FG. Next series, Holt strenuously objected to an OPI thrown on him in the Miami red zone, arguing he was the player being held. The Rams moved back ten yards, and the next play was Bulgerís first INT. Going from the analysis on Fox, that OPIís the kind of play Holt and Bruce used to get ripped off on all the time before Mike Martz complained to the league and the referees cracked down. Sounds like some refresher courses may be in order once todayís game tape is thoroughly reviewed.

    * Cheers: The list of stuff Iíll never understand about the NFL is, I admit, a long one. High on that list is how it is that this game counts as a ďselloutĒ. Estimating the Dome at half-full would not be lowballing the crowd today. Iíll say 40,000. Those who did show seemed to still be in a Thanksgiving food coma, only perking up a couple of times, to boo Incognito during player introductions and to boo Bulgerís INTs. Which is a shame, because Miamiís jumpy offensive line would flinch at even a small din, but there wasnít much sustained noise from Ram fans. Something else I donít understand is where the hell all the Dolphin fans came from. They seemed as thick as last weekís Bears fans, even though itís Thanksgiving weekend and Miamiís over 1,000 miles away and 40 degrees warmer. Does Missouri have a huge population of closet Dolphin fans? And why are Miamiís fans the most obnoxious opposing fans Iíve encountered this season? Seriously? What have you guys had to be cocky about since, oh, 1984? Halftime was the always enjoyable Punt, Pass and Kick exhibition; snacktime was the not-so-enjoyable, charcoal-like in appearance, taste and texture, seven-freaking-dollar buffalo popcorn chicken. Donít repeat my mistake there. Zero stars.

    * Whoís next?: The football fates have thumbed their noses at me all season and threaten to jam their thumbs in my eyes next week. A Rams loss coupled with a Jets win in San Francisco will clinch, yes, clinch, the NFC West title for the Big Dead, guaranteeing them their first home playoff game since they were the Chicago Cardinals. Dare I hope to be spared the fate of the loathsome Bill Bidwill achieving history at the Pink Taco Dome by again beating the city he dumped 20 years ago?

    To avoid that fate, the Rams are going to have to perform far, far better in the trenches than they did when the Dead won here a few weeks ago. Todayís game is a good sign they might, though Arizona is guaranteed to blitz a lot more than Miami did. Orlando Pace owes Bertran Berry a receipt for the beating he took in the Dome. The Ram o-line may be helped further by Brett Romberg settling in at center and continued contributions from Greco. A healthy Steven Jackson is also going to be a must for the Rams to stand a chance in Arizona. Bulgerís going to have to play a lot smarter, and maybe this time around try to get the ball over the Arizona d-line more often. But the Rams are going to have to show the most improvement over the last meeting up front. They have to pick up the Cardinal blitzes and they simply have to play far stronger than they did in the Dome last month. Otherwise, same old story, different day.

    And the defensive line has to do something. Tim Hightowerís averaging 2.9 yards a carry this season. Against the Rams in November, he averaged 5.0. Thatís ridiculous. I know the Cards have Kurt Warner and Godzilla Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin, but if the Ram defense canít play with some spine against the run Ė they allowed 177 yards last time to the now 32nd rushing offense (76.4 yds/gm) in the league Ė it wonít matter if Arizonaís passing game is third in the league or 23rd. (Try the former.) Letís get some simple stuff right against these guys for a change. Stop the run, hold your own in the trenches on both sides of the ball, and good things will happen.

    And you know what thatís all about? Attitude. Willingness to get after it. Motivation. Jim Haslett gets this out of his team in spurts; now itís time to sustain it. I like Kurt Warner, but his Cardinals arenít the Joe Montana ***** or the Terry Bradshaw Steelers or the Bart Starr Packers. The Rams donít have to get slaughtered by Arizona like the last two meetings. They donít have to lose to the Big Dead for the fifth straight time. Given the comparative histories of these franchises, that by itself is a crime against nature. Every week and especially this week, Haslett better have his boys ready to compete, and if theyíre not, it shouldnít matter if Chip Rosenbloom likes him or not.

    -- Mike
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    Re: RamView, 11/30/2008: Dolphins 16, Rams 12 (Long)

    Good to see you back Mike. I love your write ups.
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    Re: RamView, 11/30/2008: Dolphins 16, Rams 12 (Long)

    Good to see you're back here with your post-game analysis, as always interesting reading.

    And you're spot on about the Rams losing to the Cardinals being a crime against nature, it's simply against the natural order of things. Like a hamster mauling a bear or a shark flying or something

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    Re: RamView, 11/30/2008: Dolphins 16, Rams 12 (Long)

    Great job.
    I'm sorry some of our fans were D-bags. I didn't come across anyone from either side out of hand in my experience and had some good conversation with several rams fans.

    I think the knockdown on Pennington was a good no call. If it was Farve or Brady it would have been a flag, but I say let them play ball.

    There is quite a bit of press out there on the battle of the Longs, all leaning towards Jake having the better day and I have to agree.

    As far as the stadium being full, I saw the same thing last year. Nobody but opposing fans until we win a few and they come out of the wood work.
    Just remember all the fans you suddenly had when you became "the greatest show on turf". Goes with the territory with almost any team but that was by far the quietest place I have ever watched a sporting event barring tennis.

    I think you will win again this year. You have good blocking and a great RB. If you can keep the QB in 2nd and 5 all day, it will be alright.

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    Re: RamView, 11/30/2008: Dolphins 16, Rams 12 (Long)

    I love reading these writeups each week, but I have one particular problem with what you are writing, and I have seen it over and over again all season ...

    What is your problem with Adeyanju?

    Are we watching different games? Because we are seeing different things, as Adeyanju has been very solid against the run ...

    Adeyanju plays about half the snaps, yet he is 38th amongst ALL NFL defensive linemen with 37 stops, and is in the top ten in the league with 5 tackles for loss ...

    Big Vic gets around the ball alot, and I don't recall many of these tackles being into the second tier of the defense. I don't know what more you expect from a part-time DE. The NFL leader for tackles by a lineman has 60 ....

    Tackles can be a very misleading stat, especially for defensive backs and defensive tackles, but they usually tell a big story for DE's. A DE with a low tackle total is either ineffective against the run, or simply a pass rusher ...

    So, in short, I just don't understand the gripe. Adeyanju is an absolute must sign in my opinion, and if he can ever learn to rush the passer, will be a good DE in this league ....

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    Re: RamView, 11/30/2008: Dolphins 16, Rams 12 (Long)

    Quote Originally Posted by huck1974 View Post
    Great job.
    I'm sorry some of our fans were D-bags.
    They weren't that bad, and without them the place would have been empty. One Fins fan in front of me got a little cocky and was mocking the home crowd booing another Bulger interception, but when I said "You can shut up, your team were so bad last year a game was sent to England so you didn't have to watch it in person" and he stopped crowing, said "yeah, last year was brutal, I feel your pain". Even with our present crapivity, I'm still very disappointed with the crowd, they barely seemed to care and wasn't interested in generating noise. Plenty of crap teams play in noisy stadia, but Rams fans struck me as timid and milquetoast.

    I didn't expect a win given current form, but I'm glad my first game wasn't a blow out, that would have been harrowing, we competed, and was one flash of QB/WR brilliance from winning the game, sadly, our QB isn't up to it any more. Sad, very sad. The D did reasonably well, they kept us in the game but if the offense can't get in the end zone then you won't win games.

    The pulled pork was great, but a big thumbs down to the Pro Shop, which had hardly anything that I'd seen on the site that I wanted. They also had replica shirts with sewn on numbers in an attempt to pass them off as EQT Premier jerseys, (you could tell they were replica by the thin material and the shoulder stripes) and priced at $138, that's despicable. I was disappointed with merchandise availability full stop until I visited West County Mall, Champs Sports and Sports Fan Attic were great, I picked up a EQT Premier Chris Long jersey for $60, I', chuffed to bits with that.

    I'll be back, I loved St. Louis and I'll reserve full judgement on the fans till I see them watching a team that can compete, I understand the torpor as we're truly, frigging awful right now. Chris Long and Oshiomogho Atogwe were very classy, stopping to talk after the game, when they must have felt awful.

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    Re: RamView, 11/30/2008: Dolphins 16, Rams 12 (Long)

    It seems like there have been many long runs going by Victor or long sweeps going around him where he's gotten pinched off fairly easily or where he seems to have read a play wrong.

    Let me get back to you on this, though. I'd like to check and make sure I'm not reading things the wrong way myself. We know the line hasn't been getting great support from the LBs, could be their problem and I'm misdiagnosing.

    --Mike

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    Re: RamView, 11/30/2008: Dolphins 16, Rams 12 (Long)

    Quote Originally Posted by MFranke View Post
    It seems like there have been many long runs going by Victor or long sweeps going around him where he's gotten pinched off fairly easily or where he seems to have read a play wrong.

    Let me get back to you on this, though. I'd like to check and make sure I'm not reading things the wrong way myself. We know the line hasn't been getting great support from the LBs, could be their problem and I'm misdiagnosing.

    --Mike
    I could be wrong also. I try to watch each game twice, but there is too much information to absorb.

    I have noticed him make several stops for loss, and I have noticed him force several runs outside ...

    And at the end of the game, I look at his tackle totals and figure that he must be doing a solid job. Seems like an unusually high number of tackles for a part time DE to have if he isn't doing his job ...

    Let me know what you see ...

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