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  • Sam's Silver Linings - Week Fourteen

    Sam's Silver Linings - Week Fourteen

    With three games left to go in the 2012 season, the Rams are still in the playoff hunt.

    If you’re a Rams fan, those are some of the most beautiful words you have heard this week. I know they are beautiful to me. The chances that the Rams will actually make it to the wild card round are very slim. If the season ended today, the Rams would be the 10th seed. Over the next three weeks, we will be facing three teams who are also in the hunt for a playoff spot. First, it’s the Vikings,...
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  • Av's "Looking Wild" - Week 15

    Av's "Looking Wild" - Week 15

    As the Niners have the NFC West well in hand, and the Cardinals are entirely irrelevant, I’m going to be “Looking Wild” rather than “Looking West” from here on out.

    Hopefully, my picks this week will be more on target!


    Rams 24
    Vikings 16
    I think the offense will wake up a bit this week with some home cooking. The key to the game will be containing Adrian Peterson and forcing Christian Ponder to make plays. Without Percy Harvin on
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  • RamView, 12/10/2012: Rams 15, Bills 12 (Long)

    RamView, 12/10/2012: Rams 15, Bills 12 (Long)

    RamView, December 9, 2012 From the Couch (Report and opinions on the game.) Game #13: Rams 15, Bills 12 Behind Sam Bradford and some unlikely contributors, the Rams make an unlikely second-half rally and pull out a late, tense win in Buffalo. Even more unlikely, the Rams have pushed their way into the NFC playoff race, winning the kind of game they've been losing for years. An ugly, but memorable, win. Position by position: * QB: Sam Bradford (19-39-209, PR 62.9) and the Ram offense sucked...
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  • Nick’s Rams Draft Primer – Offense

    Nick’s Rams Draft Primer – Offense

    Welcome to the first installment of the ClanRam’s St. Louis Rams 2013 Draft Primer for the offensive side of the ball. As a draftaholic, my motto is that it’s never too early to start looking at the draft, especially since these prospects have been showing off their talents for the last four months and are ready to showcase their abilities in the next few weeks as bowl games begin. My objective is to evaluate team needs for the Rams, identify which are of greater priority than others, and determi...
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  • Av's "Looking WILD" - Week 14

    Av's "Looking WILD" - Week 14

    I'm going to add to my "Looking West" feature a new twist which I'll call "Looking WILD."

    I'm assuming (for the moment), that 5 playoff spots are essentially accounted for in the NFC (East - NYG, South - Atlanta, West - San Francisco, North - GB or Chicago, Wild Card 1 - GB or Chicago).

    That leaves several teams fighting for the remaining spot, including the Rams.

    Here are my predictions for those teams in Week 14:

    Rams 24, Bills 20
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  • RamView, 12/2/2012: Rams 16, ***** 13 (OT) (Long)

    RamView, 12/2/2012: Rams 16, ***** 13 (OT) (Long)

    RamView, December 2, 2012 From Row HH (Report and opinions from the game.) Game #12: Rams 16, ***** 13 (OT) It took two-and-a-half games to decide the 2012 chapter of the once-again epic rivalry between the Rams and the *****, and this season, the Rams are the team on top, after winning in another crazy overtime thriller. And it was worth every second of the wait. Position by position: * QB: Sometimes, you gotta be able to make chicken salad out of, um, substandard ingredients, which Sam ...
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  • RamView, 11/25/2012: Rams 31, Big Dead 17 (Long)

    RamView, 11/25/2012: Rams 31, Big Dead 17 (Long)

    RamView, November 25, 2012 From the Couch (Report and opinions on the game.) Game #11: Rams 31, Big Dead 17 The Rams make a long-awaited rebound, ending their winless streak, their turnover drought and their road rut while sweeping the stumbling Cardinals for the first time since 2003. Dare we accuse this young team of finally having “learned how to win?” Position by position: * RB: Putting the ball in Steven Jackson's hands works. The Rams knew all week they had to do it to beat Arizona...
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  • SJax Is Making It Tough To Say Good-Bye

    SJax Is Making It Tough To Say Good-Bye

    A few weeks ago, we learned that the Rams and Steven Jackson had made a deal that will allow SJax to opt out of his contract and become a FA at the end of the season. After this was revealed, there was a lot of speculation about a possible trade to a contender, though a deal never materialized (and, perhaps, was not even seriously discussed). Throughout all of this, the general sentiment of Rams' fans was best characterized as a general acceptance of the inevitable. SJax was a nearly 30 year old...
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  • RamView, 11/18/2012: Jets 27, Rams 13 (Long)

    RamView, 11/18/2012: Jets 27, Rams 13 (Long)

    RamView, November 18, 2012 From Row HH (Report and opinions from the game.) Game #10: Jets 27, Rams 13 A colossal letdown in St. Louis sees the Rams crap the bed and turn the reeling Jets into world-beaters in front of the biggest home crowd of the season. With the Jets walking in and doing everything to the Rams the Rams were supposed to do to them, which is the franchise heading in the wrong direction again? Position by position: * QB: Nothing more rewarding then spending three hour...
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  • Av's "Looking West" - Week 11

    Av's "Looking West" - Week 11

    I am going to go out on a limb here and GUARANTEE that the Rams' game will not result in a tie this week.

    Week 11 Picks

    Rams 27
    Jets 16
    This should be the week that the Rams win without any fourth quarter dramatics. The Jets' offense is weak, and the Rams should be able to move the ball on the Jets' defense. While the media is playing up the Tebow angle, I think the bigger story will be Brian Schottenheimer's ability to game plan for a defense he is very familiar...
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    by clarasDK
    Good write up.

    I think it was ugly that we accepted the penalty with the Seagulla on 4 and 10. Giving them a new (long) third down. I am pretty sure they would not have gone for it on 4 and 10.

    Else great game.
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