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    REPORT CARD: Comeback can't bring up final scores

    Rams Report Card: Comeback can't bring up final scores

    11/27/2005

    Quarterback
    Neither Warner nor Bulger had a Rams debut quite like rookie Ryan Fitzpatrick's. Grade: A


    Running back
    Jackson topped 100 yards, but that's hardly man-bites-dog news against Houston's defense. Grade: B


    Receivers
    Big plays by Holt, Bruce and Curtis eventually did in Houston's overmatched secondary. Grade: B


    Offensive line
    Patchwork group finally gave Fitzpatrick enough time, but only after yielding seven sacks. Grade: C-


    Defensive line
    A decent job on run defense, but where's the pass rush? Grade: D+


    Linebackers
    Tinoisamoa's interception got the fourth-quarter comeback started. Grade: B


    Secondary
    Andre Johnson had a field day working against Rams cornerback Chris Johnson. Grade: D


    Special teams
    Onside kick recovery and Wilkins' 47-yard FG made up for pooch kick gaffe in first half. Grade: B-


    Coaching
    Decision to keep throwing deep on Houston seemed dubious until the end. Grade: C+
    I'm not arguing with any of it although I think Coaching should be a D+ not a C+ because if Fitz wouldn't have made that excellent throw to Bruce for the TD on 4th and 6 we wouldn't be here, he executed it perfectly and also that onside kick was executed perfectly. All players not coaching staff and the D stunk as usuall.

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    Re: REPORT CARD: Comeback can't bring up final scores

    Quote Originally Posted by RamsFan16
    All players not coaching staff
    So who called those plays, then?
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    Re: REPORT CARD: Comeback can't bring up final scores

    Neither Warner nor Bulger had a Rams debut quite like rookie Ryan Fitzpatrick's. Grade: A
    I seem to recall Warner's debut against the Ravens was quite impressive. 27-10, if I recall correctly.

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    Re: REPORT CARD: Comeback can't bring up final scores

    Quote Originally Posted by sbramfan
    I seem to recall Warner's debut against the Ravens was quite impressive. 27-10, if I recall correctly.
    Technically, Kurt Warner's Rams debut was in 1998 against the Whiners, where he went 4/11 for 39 yards.

    I agree that the first game of the 1999 season was impressive, but it technically wasn't his debut, and even if we say that it was, Fitz still put up better numbers and had a better performance this weekend than what Warner did back then against Baltimore.

    Kurt: 28/44, 316 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INTs, QB RAT 88.8
    Fitz: 19/30, 310 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT, QB RAT 117.4
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    Re: REPORT CARD: Comeback can't bring up final scores

    Quote Originally Posted by NickSeiler
    So who called those plays, then?
    Yes the coachs called the plays but the players had to execute them. Never mind I made no sense.
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