As far as the Chiefs, they had no business losing a 28 point lead in the second half under any circumstances.
He's named after the title of a Stephen King novel?
Must be nice to be in the playoffs and get a big win. I think I remember it being a good feeling anyways. About nine years ago that MB led the Rams to a 3 game season sweep and wild card win in seattle. That might have been the last time the Rams won in seattle? Wasn't "IT"?
Nine flippin seasons without the playoffs! What a flippin joke!
In the NFL it's all about winning and making the playoffs. The Rams are way behind the curve. It's long past time to get the team turned around and back to being a proud and winning franchise.
was waiting for this comment lol
I'm not giving up as a rams fan. Too many years in the books for that. But its been proven that a franchise can do better than a five year run as a winner in a span of 23 years.
Certainly you are not trying to say its perfectly acceptable simply because anything is possible? As we know its also possible to continue to lose year after year.
What are your expectations for when the rams should get back to being a consistent winner? Are you happy with losing year after year simply because anything is possible for next year? Yes anything is possible but not necessarily probable.
Coca-cola used to have a slogan, "Coke is it!"
So as Luck has Coke?
Is the "It" that Andrew Luck has the ability to get absolutely beasted by the Rams defense? Because that's what happened when he played against Robert Quinn, Trumaine Johnson and co.
Luck's so called "it" factor was helped tremendously by the injuries the Chiefs had to deal with. The loss of Jamal Charles so early in the game was a huge blow to the Chiefs offense.
I'm stealing a page from Av's book.
Andrew Luck should not take medical advice from message boards, and should seek the opinion of a doctor to determine whether or not he has contracted "it."
He is a seeker in hide and go seek?