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    The Rams should have drafted him. What a playmaker. He routinely makes big plays on offense and kick returns. What were his character concerns in college? As far as I can see, he is just confident and can back it up.

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    Re: DeSean Jackson

    i was thinkin that while i was watchin the game. we could really use him


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      Re: DeSean Jackson hurts a lot to watch him be on the brink of breaking records in his sophmore campaign.


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      • bruce4life
        goes to show that jackson is our team...
        by bruce4life
        when jackson goes, we go... you guys were all saying that jackson needs to go.. well let me tell you brother jackosn needs to be resigned because he is the heart and soul of this team
        -10-28-2007, 02:12 PM
      • psycho9985
        Which Jackson will show up
        by psycho9985
        I'm not on the stephan Jackson band wagon,sure the guy gets yardage,but I'm not seeing it when the chips are down.I dont like the way he hops and skips around trying to find a hole,why cant the guy just run the play called.
        I know our offensive line is in not so great shape right now,but I hope the coaches are talking to him.He needs to play smash mouth football.Jackson is big enough and strong enough to be a fullback and I wish he'd run with power at the line of scrimmage.Marshall faulk has the speed and moves to skip around and blast through a hole in the line,but Jackson doesnt.
        -09-23-2006, 12:44 PM
      • LA Rammer
        by LA Rammer
        where are you? :|
        -08-19-2008, 11:35 PM
      • RamDez
        Jackson Jackson Jackson
        by RamDez
        Our new star Running Back...
        -10-07-2004, 08:46 PM
      • RamWraith
        Memo to Steven Jackson
        by RamWraith
        By Bernie Miklasz

        I believe Rams RB Steven Jackson has a good heart, and that he wants to win. I also respect that he wants the ball in his hands with a game on the line. The great competitors always want to make the difference when it matters most.

        That said, Jackson shouldn’t be showing up his head coach, Scott Linehan, by screaming at the boss on the sideline late in the game, as S.Jax did Sunday with the Rams going down to the *****.

        Though Jackson was diplomatic in his comments the day after the 17-16 loss to San Francisco, he clearly was irate on Sunday afternoon when the Rams blew the chance to win.

        Jackson apparently wants the ball more often in meaningful situations. He doesn’t want to removed from a game when it can still be a win. I can respect that.

        But here’s the deal, delivered with some straight talk:

        Jackson is no victim here. He can play much better than he has, so he shouldn’t be fuming at others.

        Jackson lost two critical fumbles in the opening loss to Carolina. And against the Niners, Jackson did a terrible job on his blitz pickups, and was directly responsible for multiple body blows absorbed by QB Marc Bulger.

        Moreover, Jackson wasn’t sharp with his run reads. He missed a few excellent chances for cutback runs. And he did the Peter Pan too often, fluttering and floating instead of powering into the hole.

        Jackson is a huge talent. I also think he’s a good dude. He is capable of greatness. But that is earned. So is the respect that Jackson craves.

        The NFL isn’t a Nike commercial. In the real game, backs have to make blocks and run hard and take care of business on the field.

        And before hollering at the coach over the job he’s doing, make sure that you’re doing your own job to the best of your ability.
        -09-18-2007, 04:07 AM