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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by IBleedBnG83 View Post
    Is that why Portis rushed all day?
    Obviously he didn't rush enough.


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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0 View Post
    So let's see.....

    Great play + Great play + (Great play + 75) = 6

    That wasn't so hard.
    you got it all wrong. 4 fumbles and horrible punting = great field position for Rams. That divided by the fact that the rams didnt scoore an offensive touchdown shows that the rams are garbage.

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by btimsah View Post
    Yeah, try to go 4 wides again and watch your QB get OWNED. Did you hear that? Leonard Little just sacked Jason Campbell again.

    Yeah they can run block, but what about pass blocking? What about catching a ball and then running with it - hahaha.. Just kidding. You're a sore loser. I'm gonna go later and watch the game again.
    Campbell had more passing yards than the whole Rams offense...

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by supachump View Post
    Obviously he didn't rush enough.
    how so? or was it the turnovers?

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by foreverST21 View Post
    you got it all wrong. 4 fumbles and horrible punting = great field position for Rams. That divided by the fact that the rams didnt scoore an offensive touchdown shows that the rams are garbage.

    There didn't seem to be a need in the game I watched.

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam View Post
    How do you know it was an accident?

    Allow me to answer for you: you don't.
    Hmmm, actually I do. GO back and look at the film. NFL.com to be exact. The DB put his head down, as normal, to make the tackle and the ball came loose. ARe you telling me the DB PLANNED to hit the ball with his head. Aren't you the dreamer....

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by IBleedBnG83 View Post
    Considering the Rams were only going for a FG, its a bit difficult for about any team to stop. Avery made a good play. The Redskins held the Rams to only 7 first downs all day. There were no offensive touchdowns and Campbell had more yards passing than the Rams did on offense total.
    Oh, so apparently the problem you guys are having is with the rules of the game. You apparently would like the outcome decided based upon a comparison of statistics. Perhaps some sort of elaborate formula, resulting in a team performance rating between 1 and 100?

    Well, good luck with that. Right now, all we have to determine which team prevailed is that pesky scoreboard.

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by IBleedBnG83 View Post
    Campbell had more passing yards than the whole Rams offense...
    Good for you!

    Hope your guys win the yardage bowl this year.
    The Breakfast Club. You want cheese with that?

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by supachump View Post
    There didn't seem to be a need in the game I watched.
    You guys didn't need to score an offensive touchdown? I'm sure thats what the coach is telling his team. Please don't get a first down. Just do enough to win the game. Lets just hope they fumble the ball.

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by rampower View Post
    Good for you!

    Hope your guys win the yardage bowl this year.
    Hey thanks. I appreciate. I'll tell you what he will win...more games than the Rams.

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by IBleedBnG83 View Post
    Hmmm, actually I do. GO back and look at the film. NFL.com to be exact. The DB put his head down, as normal, to make the tackle and the ball came loose. ARe you telling me the DB PLANNED to hit the ball with his head. Aren't you the dreamer....
    I watched it too. Sure looks like he's going for the ball to me.

    What's even more interesting is that the replay shows Kendall yelling out "do over!" as Atogwe is streaking down the sideline. Guess the refs didn't hear him.

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Players are coached to hit the area of the ball with their helmet, hand, pad, whatever they can hit it with. But I am sure you are aware of that. And why.
    The Breakfast Club. You want cheese with that?

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by IBleedBnG83 View Post
    Hey thanks. I appreciate. I'll tell you what he will win...more games than the Rams.
    Guess you better hope that's true, because if the teams tie, I'm pretty sure the tiebreaker goes to the Rams!

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam View Post
    Oh, so apparently the problem you guys are having is with the rules of the game. You apparently would like the outcome decided based upon a comparison of statistics. Perhaps some sort of elaborate formula, resulting in a team performance rating between 1 and 100?

    Well, good luck with that. Right now, all we have to determine which team prevailed is that pesky scoreboard.
    Nope. Just putting things into perspective. The Rams caught some big breaks. Lets not forget a 51 yard field goal where the ball hit the upright and bounced in...or was that skill too?

    The Redskins are a better team. They made mistakes and the Rams capitalized on them. The Rams did not play better overall but made the plays that counted. Good for them. They deserved to win.

    However if you Rams fans are going to think that the game was played great by the Rams, then good luck trying to get another win, because the Rams aren't going to be able to win anymore games like that.

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    Re: As a redskins fan

    This is too much fun. How many days can we expect you clowns to be around?

    Whether we scored 0 TDs or 100, it doesn't matter. The rules state that whoever has the highest score at the end wins.

    Sure who wouldn't want to score 100 TDs, but we didnt. And IT DIDN'T MATTER. We still did enough to beat the oh-so-powerful-skins.

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