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    vs. Giants

    Giants are 2-1. Big lose at San Diego! They are favored against our Rams.

    When we analize what they have accomplished this far, they beat a Cardinal team that is not living up to its hype. We were in a close one, but one that we could of won handily, still the cards are tough at home.

    They also beat a homeless New Orleans team which was dupped out of a home game.

    Sand Diego let loose with LT, well we have SJ and MF with an offense that in my opinion has not broken out yet due to our fledgling offense of line.

    San Fran gave us a tough time, but still a game we could of pulled out minus the interception at the end.

    My Point we are due and I say its here. Go Rams. I say we win big and move up in the power rankings!:football:
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    Re: vs. Giants

    The trouble with comparing what others teams did against each other is that every game seems to take on its own identity.

    I don't see any dominant teams in the league. I think the league is fairly even from top to bottom. The players need to excute and minimize mistakes to give their respective teams the best chance to win games.



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    Re: vs. Giants

    I see another tough game on the road. Alex will start his first game and see of Michael Strahan this will be a big test for him. The O-line has to have a great game before we can win a game going away. Both pass blocking and run blocking has to improve. They have a big TE in and WR going to be a match up problem for us if we don’t get to the QB. We never play great in NY, it's a tough place to play.

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    Re: vs. Giants

    We never play great in NY, it's a tough place to play.
    Remember the 89' playoff game, Everett to Flipper? :clanram:
    JUST WIN ONE FOR THE FANS


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    Re: vs. Giants

    It's just that I'm starting to see another trend in our game as in times past and that is winning games at the end. My poor little heart can't take it because every time we get into a close one I get all jiddery and shaky. I'm about to start calling Elizabeth because I always think it's gonna be the big one!

    Dominance in the early part of 2000 took it easy on me, but man I need to retire or we have to win some games outright.

    I'm trying to get the positives and pump myself up for BIG WINS!!!

    :O

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    Sanford and Son reference!

    Quote Originally Posted by LA Rammer
    I'm about to start calling Elizabeth because I always think it's gonna be the big one!

    :O
    Any poster that quotes Red Foxx is a winner in my book!

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