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    Exclamation St. Louis vs. Miami

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    Rams-ranked 31st
    The Rams began playing football in 1937 -- and until this season, they had never started 0-7. On the positive side, Donnie Jones' 80-yard punt Sunday was the franchise's longest since 1947. So there's that.

    Dolphins- ranked 32nd
    Anybody else feel sorry for British fans who shelled out big bucks to see two NFL teams play a meaningful game in London ... and one of those teams is the league's worst? Maybe they won't know Ronnie Brown is out.


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    Dolhins-Ranked 31st
    In the midst of the horrible gloom of this season, the NFL came up with some cheery news. The Dophins will be the home team against the Giants in London. Vegas immediately dropped the line by three points.

    Rams-Ranked 32nd
    QB grades for the last four games -- Bulger, 35.6, 42.7, 38.0, Frerotte 30.6. They look like my grades my senior year

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    Dolphins- Ranked tied for 31st
    Said Jason Taylor on Monday: If the Dolphins can't win games in America, maybe they can win one overseas. The Londoners must be clamoring at the sight of the 0-7 Dolphins arriving in town.

    Rams- Ranked tied for 31st
    Did Marc Bulger really have to come back for this? A three-interception performance in a 33-6 loss at Seattle. The Rams' bye isn't until Nov. 4, but maybe the NFL should consider granting them another open date somewhere along the way.




    I could go on and go look up every ranking and theyd all be back and forth. I was watching nfl live earlier and they were debatting who was worse, rams or dolphins, and it was a split decision.

    In my opinion the rams are a better team. If we were healthy we'd be a great team, but were not. The Dolphins entire team has as many injuries as our defense alone. But since we are plagued by the injury bug, we are not doing to good.

    So my question to all of you is this- If the the Rams and Dolphins were to play this next Sunday, who do you believe would win?

    I believe even with our injuries we could still beat the Dolphins. The Dolphins are the absolute worst team in recent history i think.

    GO RAMS!!!!!
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    Re: St. Louis vs. Miami

    Rams would win especially with Jackson back. Mark my words the Rams will not go 0-16 and neither will the Dolphins.

    Other teams will catch the injury bug and start to pull them all together.

    My prediction Rams 5-11 and Dolphins 3-13
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    Re: St. Louis vs. Miami

    With the Rams not scoring a TD in the past 2 games, an 11.3 avg. points per game. The Dolphins...scoring 28 points against the Patriots...I see the Dolphins winning the game.

    Prediction...

    Dolphins 5-11 Rams 4-12

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    Re: St. Louis vs. Miami

    More like Rams 2-14

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    Re: St. Louis vs. Miami

    Quote Originally Posted by LA Rammer View Post
    Rams would win especially with Jackson back. Mark my words the Rams will not go 0-16 and neither will the Dolphins.

    Other teams will catch the injury bug and start to pull them all together.

    My prediction Rams 5-11 and Dolphins 3-13
    The way things have been going?! 5 wins would be awesome!

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    Re: St. Louis vs. Miami

    Quote Originally Posted by DualHazzarD View Post
    With the Rams not scoring a TD in the past 2 games, an 11.3 avg. points per game. The Dolphins...scoring 28 points against the Patriots...I see the Dolphins winning the game.
    I agree do anyone really believes we could put up 28 points on the pats Dolphins would win going away.
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    Re: St. Louis vs. Miami

    On the positive side, Donnie Jones' 80-yard punt Sunday was the franchise's longest since 1947. So there's that.
    At least theres been some positive things happen this year.

    ......what a sad statement!
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