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I can't believe what Indy did in giving up that game. Oh well Manning won't get hurt. Last thing I want is Seattle winning the superbowl. I hope we get a good team next year. Imagine we beat the defending superbowl champs 35-0 and post a division sweep.
It's Jim not Chris
-12-24-2005 #2akseahawkfan Guest
Well as long as you're dreaming, you may as well dream big. The Rams will probably better next year, simply because I can't believe that could be this bad two years in a row. But to think that they are going to improve enough in one season to sweep the Seahawks next year is just wishful thinking. It's going to take a number of years of rebuilding for the Rams to be competitive again with a new coaching staff and front office. I think you are looking at a lot of years looking up to the Seahawks in the standings, may as well get used to it now.
Don't feel bad, this just gives you an early start on your draft board, and no matter who you pick they will probably be better than who you have now.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
-12-24-2005 #3Milan Guest
Re: Anti-SeahawkOriginally Posted by akseahawkfan
It happened in one year.
-12-24-2005 #4akseahawkfan Guest
Yes, but the Seahawks last year were better than the Rams this year. There wasn't a big change in coaching or personnel from last year to this year. Sorry, but from an outsider looking in I think the Rams are a long way from challenging for the Division championship. I think AZ is actually closer if they can settle on a QB.
-12-25-2005 #5Seahawk_For_Life Guest
Re: Anti-SeahawkOriginally Posted by LA Rammer
-12-25-2005 #6RamsFan16 Guest
Indy would have won it no doubt had there starters been in the hole gaem. Plus with TonyDungy
Re: Anti-SeahawkOriginally Posted by Seahawk_For_Life
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 18:59:06 -0800
The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts LB Cato June (hernia, ankle and knee) will not make the trip to Seattle for the team's Week 16 game.
Colts | Diem staying home
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 18:58:36 -0800
The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts OL Ryan Diem (knee) will not make the trip to Seattle for the team's Week 16 game.
Colts | Harrison staying home
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 18:58:06 -0800
The Associated Press reports Indianapolis Colts WR Marvin Harrison (hand) will not make the trip to Seattle for the team's Week 16 game. Harrison's injury is not believed to be serious. Earlier this week, head coach Tony Dungy said Harrison was being fitted for a "hand apparatus" and likely could play through the injury.
Colts | Freeney downgraded, not expected to play much
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 18:42:05 -0800
Indianapolis Colts DL Dwight Freeney (foot) missed practice Friday, Dec. 23, and was downgraded to questionable for Week 16. He is not expected to play much in the game, if he plays at all.
Colts | Reagor OUT for Week 16
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 18:41:35 -0800
Indianapolis Colts DL Montae Reagor (knee) missed practice Friday, Dec. 23, and will not play in the Week 16 game.
Colts | Sanders OUT for Week 16
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 18:40:56 -0800
Indianapolis Colts FS Bob Sanders (back) missed practice Friday, Dec. 23, and will not play in the Week 16 game.
Colts | Simon OUT for Week 16
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 18:40:43 -0800
Indianapolis Colts DL Corey Simon (foot) missed practice Friday, Dec. 23, and will not play in the Week 16 game.
Colts | Mathis OUT for Week 16
Fri, 23 Dec 2005 18:39:47 -0800
Indianapolis Colts DL Robert Mathis (foot) missed practice Friday, Dec. 23, and will not play in the Week 16 game.
To top it off Dungy wasn't there and the whole team was in mourning.
So let's be real, the Hawks didn't beat the full strength Colts.
Last edited by ramsbruce; -12-25-2005 at 05:12 PM.Originally Posted by ramsbruce
-12-25-2005 #8RamsFan16 Guest
Re: Anti-SeahawkOriginally Posted by ramsbruce
-12-25-2005 #9Milan Guest
Wow I was surprised to see that that many didn't play...now I'm wondering what they're going to say now.
-12-25-2005 #10DanS761 Guest
Here are some you never looked up
Trufant(CB) out 3 quarters
Darby (DT) out
Sharper (LB) out
both teams had injuries. colts lost, hawks won.
Re: Anti-SeahawkOriginally Posted by DanS761
Face it the Hawks are fairly healthy right now, Hamilin hasn't played in forever, same with Sharper so you can't use those players as reasons because who knows how the Hawks would have done with them in there, you just can't assume it improves the Hawks or makes the Hawks worse, you will never know. So if some Hawks fans want to think that they beat the real Colts, if they meet again you could be in for a rude awakening.Originally Posted by ramsbruce
-12-25-2005 #12DanS761 Guest
and some colts fans seem to think they beat the real seahawks. I guess it depends what jersey you wear And to say 5 starters on defense isnt that bad is completely rediculous.You also cant "assume" the colts would beat us with thier starters. Point being this game doesnt really mean much. Just that the hawks backups are good, colts werent too impressive
Re: Anti-SeahawkOriginally Posted by DanS761
I'm not picking the Hawks apart, they have played well this season. I respect any Hawk fan who realizes that they didn't play the real Colts and understand that if they meet the Colts in the Superbowl it will be a much different Colt team, anyone can win but the Hawks will have to play much better to beat a full strength Colt team.
Just don't get to full of yourself you haven't even won a playoff game yet.Originally Posted by ramsbruce
-12-25-2005 #14DanS761 Guest
just dont understand your logic when you say the hawks were "as real as they get" THEY HAD 5 STARTERS OUT! you cannot discount that. There will be 2 DIFFERENT teams if these 2 teams face eachother in the superbowl. Whos getting full of themselves? Is it against rules on being excited aboput a 13-2 team?
I can discount these two, Sharper has hardly played (if at all, not sure), Hamilin missed over half the season, and neither will be back, so they are out of the equation and have been for a long time.
I don't see what's so hard to understand. The Hawks are as real as they get because the team won't look much different with 3 players possibly coming back. What we saw yesterday was the Hawks pretty much in a nutshell. What we saw yesterday from the Colts were 2nd stringers for most of the game. The whole Hawk offense is intact.
The only way the Hawks will look radically different is if they have more injuries in the playoffs.Originally Posted by ramsbruce