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    Unhappy Wow!!!

    Football news has sure been quite the last 2 weeks! I hate this....I want my NFL back in full swing!!!


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    I know I've found it hard to pay much attention to football but here's looking forward to a Rams win on Sunday

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    The noise...

    Yes, it has been quiet indeed! A natural process of anger when combined with deep pain ...soon to explode into a healthy ruckus of the sport.

    Go RAMS!!!

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    i'm definitely pumped, the quietness was good, people were interested what was going on.

    I'm confident the athletes will channel their anger and this will be one of the greatest years for sports, not just football. it should be interesting.
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    Turmoil to therapy...

    Good observation DJRamFan.

    Sports in general, particularly those of national interest, are one of the best remedies to relieve the stress and the tension of tragedy and turmoil. It is evident that this country is looking forward to, seeking the soundness of collegiate and/or professional sports to begin to return to normalcy.

    And it is so good to see the character of so many athletes responding accordingly, mature, with a great sense of responsibility. Valiantly.

    Like you said, it will be interesting; most interesting indeed.

    GO RAMS!!!

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    All this tension and nothing to vent it on has been frustrating to say the least. Look out come Sunday! I have a feeling it's been the same for the boys in blue and gold. Especially Grant Wistrom. I feel so sorry for the first guy he hits.
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    I am proud of the NFL and the way the players/coaches/owners/and staff have handled this tragedy.That goes for MLB and College football also.I have never been more proud to be an American.I am a Vet and have done my fair share of worrying about things to come,but I believe we need sports right now.We need to focus our energies on our nation,but we need an emotional outlet also.For me it's Rams football.I cant wait until our ClanRam forum starts buzzing again.It is a great stress reliever and I pray all of us can get some normalcy back into our lives.


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