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    Re: The Best of the Best: A Football Simulation (come join!)

    -Warner: 18/30, 301 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT; 1 att, 6 yards
    Man, this Warner guy is good. When did he play for the Rams? :redface:
    Just a joke. Don't start anything.

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    Re: The Best of the Best: A Football Simulation (come join!)

    Just to let you know, I didn't forget about this. It's just been rather hectic for me and I haven't had the time to sit down, sim the games, then type out the play by play. I'll probably get to it this weekend sometime.
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    Re: The Best of the Best: A Football Simulation (come join!)

    I hope so Nick, I'm ready to kick the stuffing out of whoever wins this thing.

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    Re: The Best of the Best Quarter-Finals: '85 Bears vs. '01 Rams

    Quote Originally Posted by RamWraith
    Told You! Unstoppable!!
    See, Wraith, I knew it all along. Once the '01 Rams and the '85 Bears played, there was no reason to go on. We had the two greatest teams ever, they played each other, the Rams won, and now the simulation has come to a screetching halt. Therefore, I believe we have proven that the 2001 Rams are indeed the GREATEST FOOTBALL TEAM OF ALLLLLLLLL TIME!!!!!!!!

    ....or Nick just hasn't got around to finishing the sim, one or the other.
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    Re: The Best of the Best Quarter-Finals: '85 Bears vs. '01 Rams

    come on already lets get it on


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    Re: The Best of the Best Quarter-Finals: '85 Bears vs. '01 Rams

    Should be up soon. Was out of town this weekend, and I've got some stuff on my plate now that I'm home. Patience is a virtue!
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    Re: The Best of the Best Quarter-Finals: '85 Bears vs. '01 Rams

    I am a Child of Martz ........................... I have NO PATIENCE


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    Re: The Best of the Best Quarter-Finals: '85 Bears vs. '01 Rams

    Im looking for a trophy, seeing how I can't win one of them Clannie awards ;-)

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    BEST OF THE BEST QUARTER-FINALS: GAME THREE

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                             1st       2nd       3rd       4th       TOTAL
    
    í82 REDSKINS             7         0         0         15        22
    í89 RAMS                 0         3         10        3         16
    SCORING SUMMARY
    First Quarter
    -WAS TD (7-0): 1-yard pass from Theismann to Monk (extra pt good)

    Second Quarter
    -LOS FG (7-3): 49-yard field goal by Lansford

    Third Quarter
    -LOS TD (7-10): 17-yard pass from Everett to Anderson (extra pt good)
    -LOS FG (7-13): 44-yard field goal by Lansford

    Fourth Quarter
    -WAS TD (14-13): 3-yard pass from Theismann to Walker (extra pt good)
    -LOS FG (14-16): 35-yard field goal by Lansford
    -WAS TD (22-16): 14-yard pass from Theismann to Brown (2-pt conversion good)



    KEY STATISTICS
    Redskins
    -Theismann: 23/29, 213 yards, 3 TDs
    -Riggins: 25 att, 83 yards
    -Monk: 7 rec, 73 yards, 1 TD
    -Brown: 5 rec, 61 yards, 1 TD
    -J. White: 1 sack, 1 INT
    -McDaniel: 1 INT
    -Liebenstein: 1 INT

    Rams
    -Everett: 15/27, 260 yards, 1 TD, 3 INTs
    -Bell: 26 att, 104 yards
    -Ellard: 5 rec, 113 yards
    -Anderson: 2 rec, 36 yards, 1 TD
    -Wilcher: 1 sack
    -Irvin: 1 sack


    GAME SUMMARY
    The first quarter of the game was fairly quiet, but Washington clearly won the possession battle with their six-minute drive from their own 23-yard line which resulted in a one yard touchdown pass from Theismann to Monk. The Rams were unable to really sustain a drive, going three and out on three possessions in the first quarter. When the Redskins did turn the ball over in the second half off of a fumble by Riggins, Everett and the Rams couldnít make anything happen. Inside the Redskins red-zone to start the drive, Everett was intercepted on the fourth play of the drive.

    Inefficiency marked both teams throughout the second quarter as a battle of punters ensued, until the final seconds of the half when Mike Piel recovers a fumble in Redskins territory and the Rams are able to put some points on the board with a long field goal before they head to the locker room. Coming out in the third quarter, the Rams looked rejuvenated. Everett hit a number of great deep passes as he drove the Rams toward their first touchdown of the day. Washington still canít get off the ground in the second half, which allows the Rams to once again throw the ball down the field this time for a field goal, a drive which was highlighted by a huge 33-yard pass to Holohan.

    Demoralized, the Redskins almost had even more wind sucked out of them when Joe Washington went down after a 15-yard catch. He turned out to be okay, but the Redskins werenít: their drive stalled. Fortunately, the Rams seemed to have run out of steam and Washington got the ball back and in record time scored a touchdown. Los Angeles responds with a field goal to once again take the lead, showing that they wonít surrender this game without a fight. But Theismann and the Redskins have something else in mind. From their own 20-yard line, a few clutch throws by Theismann and great runs by Riggins help the Redskins get another touchdown and regain the lead. To top it off, the Redskins go for the two-point conversion and are successful! With less than two minutes to go, the Rams need a successful drive to stay in this gameÖ but they canít deliver! Everett is intercepted by Liebenstein! The Redskins try to run down the clock, but the Rams have all their timeouts and force a punt. With three seconds left, Everett tries a bomb down the field, but itís picked off by McDaniel and the game is over!
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    BEST OF THE BEST QUARTER-FINALS: GAME FOUR

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    í79 RAMS                 0         0         16        7         23
    í99 RAMS                 6         10        3         3         22
    SCORING SUMMARY
    First Quarter
    -STL FG (0-3): 20-yard field goal by Wilkins
    -STL FG (0-6): 29-yard field goal by Wilkins

    Second Quarter
    -STL TD (0-13): 11-yard pass from Warner to Bruce (extra pt good)
    -STL FG (0-16): 36-yard field goal by Wilkins

    Third Quarter
    -LOS TD (8-16): 33-yard pass from Haden to Dennard (2-pt conversion good)
    -LOS TD (16-16): 16-yard run by Dennard (2-pt conversion good)
    -STL FG (16-19): 26-yard field goal by Wilkins

    Fourth Quarter
    -LOS TD (23-19): 2-yard run by Tyler (extra pt good)
    -STL FG (23-22): 35-yard field goal by Wilkins



    KEY STATISTICS
    í79 Rams
    -Haden: 13/25, 177 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs
    -Tyler: 22 att, 126 yards, 1 TD
    -Bryant: 13 att, 54 yards
    -Dennard: 4 rec, 67 yards, 1 TD
    -Nelson: 2 rec, 52 yards
    -Justin: 1 sack
    -Elmendorf: 2 INTs
    -Cromwell: 1 sack, 1 INT

    í99 Rams
    -Warner: 21/37, 239 yards, 1 TD, 3 INTs
    -Faulk: 20 att, 113 yards; 9 rec, 76 yards
    -Bruce: 7 rec, 96 yards, 1 TD
    -Holt: 2 rec, 25 yards
    -Styles: 1 sack
    -Lyght: 1 sack
    -M. Jones: 1 INT
    -Fletcher: 1 INT
    -Coady: 1 sack
    -Carter: 1 sack


    GAME SUMMARY
    Los Angeles comes out swing on St. Louisís first drive with an unnecessary roughness penalty Ė it looks like the Rams are going to really play the Rams tough. But Warner stands in the pocket under pressure and delivers pass after pass, driving the Rams down field to their first points of the day, a 20-yard field goal by Jeff Wilkins. Los Angeles canít do anything on the following drive and give St. Louis the ball back, but the Rams sputter as Los Angeles blitzes on nearly every down, taking Warner out of rhythm. On the following drive, Los Angeles turns the ball over on their first play! Cullen Bryant fumbles after catching a pass from Pat Haden and the St. Louis Rams get the ball inside the Los Angeles red zone. But St. Louis canít move the chains and theyíre forced to take their second field goal of the game.

    After exchanging a few unsuccessful drives, the St. Louis Rams get the ball back in the second quarter near midfield and begin working some magic. With some short swing passes to the sidelines and some nice running by Marshall Faulk, the Rams enter Los Angelesí red zone and come away with a beautiful touchdown pass from Warner to Bruce! The Rams are now up by nearly two touchdowns over Los Angeles, who canít do anything on their next drive and again are forced to punt. The Rams respond with Warnerís blazing arm, hitting receivers all over the field as he helps the Rams get another field goal.

    Los Angeles knows they need to do something, and they respond well. The running game helps them get to around midfield, and Pat Haden his a 21-yard strike to Preston Dennard to put them in St. Louis territory. But as Haden goes for the money down the middle of the field, Mike Jones jumps in front of the ball for the interception. With slightly over a minute left, St. Louis tries their own last second hurrah but Warner is intercepted by Elmendorf! On Los Angelesí next drive, Haden is intercepted again, this time by Fletcher! Warner tries a hail mary at the end of the half, but itís broken up, and the St. Louis Rams entire halftime with a comfortable lead.

    But that would all change in the second half. Los Angeles comes out and scores a huge touchdown on a long bomb in three minutes, putting them on the board for the first time today. On the following drive, Kurt Warner is intercepted at his own 24-yard line, and Los Angeles starts in St. Louisí red zone. They come away with another touchdown, this time an end around to Dennard! All of a sudden, the Los Angeles Rams are back in this game! The score is tied after two touchdowns and two two-point conversions! With Warner reeling from his turnovers, St. Louis goes with the bread and butter and hands off to Faulk, who gets them in position for another three points after a long drive. The third quarter ends with two failed drives from both teams, as the defenses begin turning things up a notch.

    Los Angeles comes out slinging in the fourth quarter, hitting a near 40-yard bomb to Nelson, which puts them in position for another touchdown! Los Angeles takes the lead! But St. Louis has nearly the entire quarter to come back. Can they do it? Not on their first drive, but their second yields three points as Faulk continues to work the unthinkable on the field, dodging left and right. With over seven minutes left, Los Angeles works their hardest to run out the clock. They manage to keep the ball until the two-minute warning, but missed a 53-yard field goal. Warner and the Rams come back onto the field for what could be the game-winning drive, but it wasnít in the cards. On their first play of the two-minute offense, Warner is off the mark and is picked off for the third time! Los Angeles runs out the clock and comes away with a huge victory!
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    Re: The Best of the Best: The Quarter Finals

    After four heated match-ups, the Quarter Final round looks like this....

    -'75 Rams vs. '01 Rams
    -'82 Redskins vs. '79 Rams

    Three Ram teams... will one of them prove to be the best ever?
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    Re: The Best of the Best: A Football Simulation (come join!)

    Whoah! I wouldn't have guessed that outcome. But why was Haden playing instead of Ferragamo? I guess it was early in the season.

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    Cool Re: The Best of the Best: A Football Simulation (come join!)

    Trash Talk continued.....:tongue:


    LMAO....whatever!!!

    I ran the sim numerous times, with the '79 rams as the home team and the '99 rams as the visitor, the '79 team wins about every third time. With the '99 team as home and the '79 team as visitor, which is how this appears, I had to sim it 7 times to get the '79 team to come out on top. Wow what a surprise.....NOT.

    I can just about guess who wins this thing....get ready to loft your trophy Wraith....LMAO!!!


    Trash talk complete....:tongue:

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    Re: The Best of the Best: A Football Simulation (come join!)

    Well, even if Wraith doesn't win, he'll probably give himself another trophy! :redface:

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    Wink Re: The Best of the Best: A Football Simulation (come join!)

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    Well, even if Wraith doesn't win, he'll probably give himself another trophy! :redface:
    Good point Av and that reminds me of something....time to extend the trash talk.


    Trash talk extended.....:tongue:


    They cheated us.....WHAAAAAAA.......there was a bias and the thing was fixed and rigged.......WHAAAAAAAAA.........They cheated........WHAAAAAAAAAA


    Will the trash talk coninue....stay tuned......:tongue:

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