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    There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    NFC WEST STANDINGS
    Seabags (3-3) (1-1) in our division
    Tards (3-3) (2-1) in our divison
    Whiners (2-3) (1-2) in our division
    RAMS (0-6) (0-2) in our divison

    Schedules:

    (SEABAGS)

    vs RAMS
    bye
    @ Cleveland
    vs Whiners
    vs Chicago
    @ RAMS
    @ Philadelphia
    vs Tards
    @ Carolina
    vs Baltimore
    @ Atlanta

    (TARDS)

    @ Washington
    bye
    @ Tampa bay
    vs Detroit
    @ Cincinnati
    vs Whiners
    vs Cleveland
    @ Seabags
    @ New Orleans
    vs Atlanta
    vs RAMS

    (WHINERS)

    @ New York Giants
    vs New Orleans
    @ Atlanta
    @ Seabags
    vs RAMS
    @ Tards
    @ Carolina
    vs Minnesota
    vs Cincinnati
    vs Tamap Bay

    (RAMS)

    @ Seabags
    vs Cleveland
    bye
    @ New Orleans
    @ Whiners
    vs Seabags
    vs Atlanta
    @ Cincinnati
    vs Green Bay
    vs Pittsburgh
    @ Tards


    Needless to say this Sundays game at Seabags is do or die!!!!


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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    After the way the seahags looked last night, that is a winnable game for the Rams. They can't generate nearly the pass rush that the Ravens did, and we should be able to hurt their secondary. Linny should bring Stanley up from the practice squad to add some speed to the receiving corps. He could be used mainly as a decoy to run defenders off. His speed would make him a constant threat that the D would have to account for. The result? No doubling of Holt.

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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    LaRam, this now qualifies as the single most optimistic post in the history of the board. The Rams are as dead as julius ceasar. Do we look like the kind of team that is capable of going 8-2, which is what we would need to do to wind up at .500? We have no functioning offensive line and that situation isnt likely to change. as a fan, i admire your ability to stand by the squad. Realistically, i think its pure fantasy.

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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    We are likely going to get Bulger and Jackson back this week. The defense is almost fully intact ...

    I think Bulger might have been able to beat Baltimore. Receivers were open, Frerotte just couldn't hit a school bus ....

    I'm optimistic. We went 0-6, why can't we rip off 6-0? :-)

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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    We cant "rip off" 6 in a row because our offensive line stinks and our sked is tougher over the second half. Freotte hit hagans for a td which was dropped and mcmichael in the hands for a td which was dropped. Meanwhile, he was almost killed in the process. What makes anyone think we are capable of protecting bulger without him getting killed again? Jackson is great, but he isnt going to run through five defenders staring at him at the line of scrimmage.

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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    It's incredibly sad that someone you have deemed a MODERATOR is so clueless that he repeatedly uses the word "TARDS" as a demeaning term while referring to a division rival. This word is the developmentally disabled equivalent of referring to a black person as the "N" word. What a proud moment for this site.
    "You people point your 'f'in' finger and say theres the bad guy....what that make you....good?" Tony Montana

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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    I have to say it, it won't matter who you put back there they are going to get killed!!!behind those guys..............


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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    Fargo, birds take craps, thus being the tards. They're not being referred to as a team being "retarded", they speak of the Cardinals, and as a divisional rival they deserve to have a funny nickname that isn't offensive. You just saw it differently. Tard can also be #2 my friend...


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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fargo Ram Fan View Post
    It's incredibly sad that someone you have deemed a MODERATOR is so clueless that he repeatedly uses the word "TARDS" as a demeaning term while referring to a division rival. This word is the developmentally disabled equivalent of referring to a black person as the "N" word. What a proud moment for this site.
    I'm sorry if I offended you. So from now on it will be the BIG DEAD.

    For your informatiom I have a child that is in fact mildly-retarded and I don't take that lightly.
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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by Varg6 View Post
    Fargo, birds take craps, thus being the tards. They're not being referred to as a team being "retarded", they speak of the Cardinals, and as a divisional rival they deserve to have a funny nickname that isn't offensive. You just saw it differently. Tard can also be #2 my friend...
    I think you mean turd.
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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    @ Seabags- Winnable
    vs Cleveland- Winnable
    bye
    @ New Orleans- Winnable
    @ Whiners- Winnable
    vs Seabags-Winnable
    vs Atlanta- Winnable
    @ Cincinnati- Nope
    vs Green Bay- Possibly
    vs Pittsburgh- Nope
    @ Tards- Winnable

    With a lot of luck I can see us going 7-3 with the last 10. Could 7-9 get us in? who knows.

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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by ramsbruce View Post
    I think you mean turd.
    I think you are right...I need to stop smoking crack in the morning


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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    Can we please pull all the nails out of the coffin? Then throw Linehan in and nail it shut!

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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    We may not have been dead when this thread was started but we are dead now!!! I do not get to see many games living in Denver but from what I see on the internet this team is really bad, bad, bad.

    I do think that the injuries are the major factor in our demise this year. With that said this team is not mentally ready to play. How many false starts can you possibly have during a game. How many dropped passes. We have talent at the skill positions!!!

    This team is not mentally prepared to play.

    That is coaching

    Fire the sorry *******!!!

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    Re: There are several nails in our coffin but we're not dead yet.

    I will say that I have to marvel at the optimism of this thread.

    The St. Louis Rams, or as fans of opposing teams appropriately call us, The Lambs, have no chance of getting back in this thing. None. Zero. Ziltch. Nada.

    Forget looking at the schedule, forget about what players may be returning soon. This team is dead. A team that is averaging barely 10 points per game has no chance of putting together a string of two wins, let alone going 8-2. I've been watching this team for almost 40 years, and this team is as bad as ANY I've ever seen.

    If the Rams were known around the league to be "soft", well, this team is downright "mushy". There's no fight, no desire, no effort on offense. Sure, injuries are the biggest culprit as to why this thing unravelled. But it just revealed what many of us feared. Our receivers are getting old and we're extremely thin on talent at the offensive line positions. Even when we're still in a game, we find ways to give it away. Fumbles, interceptions by the handfuls, missed field goals, kick returns for TD's. It's sickening to watch. Which in fact is why I'm not planning on watching any more Ram games this year and I'm putting my Ram gear away until this organization proves to me they want to win. Maybe a 0-16 season and 20 thousand no-shows a game is what this team needs.

    This team, from top to bottom, needs an anema.


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