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    Now we will find out if it was physical or personal with the Rams and Warner. He will sign with the Giants and if he is not hurt he should have no problem beating out a rookie QB.

    Notes: We donít play the Giants this year unless itís in the playoffs. The official web site of the Rams donít mention Warnerís release, if they do itís so small I missed it.

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    It's Bulger's team. It wasn't personal. Even Faulk said Martz is great to play for. A players coach.

    A HC is paid to win or lose. Not to make friends. Hard decisions have to be made by someone, and you can't argue with the results from last year.

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    • #3
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      Wow who said Martz was the bad guy; there is a GM and President, in the FO. Yeah I can argue with last year, when it was Marcís team, we did not win it all, in fact we lost at home, playing for a tie. Now that was the head coach or lack of confidence in Marc. Whatever the case you are right itís Marcís team; we have a tough schedule, letís see if he can do it without out Warner coaching him on every other series. Letís see how Marc and Martz do if the kid plays like he did in his last seven and we start to lose against above .500 team. Itís going to be funÖ

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      • #4
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        What I think is interesting is can Warner win without Martz?

        We'll see....

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        • #5
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          That seems to be the popular viewpoint of Warner, that he was "made" by the Rams' and Martz's system. While he became a superstar with that system he succeeded at every level of professional football before reaching the Rams. I think he's shown to be versatile and adaptible, excelling in various offensive systems.

          Does that guarentee success with a new team? No, but I think if I had to guess which qb's success was based solely on the system they were in, I would go with Bulger at this point since he hasn't done anything in any other offense.

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          • #6
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            Warner had one of the best offenses of all time, and only a great qb like Warner could have taken it to that level. The team is moving on because its a short career in football and Bulger has more upside. Now better prepared, Martz will use his weapons more effectively. I think Warner would be a great fit for alot of teams, there's just too many teams committed. Wherever he goes will be a positive for that team.

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            • #7
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              Originally posted by moklerman
              That seems to be the popular viewpoint of Warner, that he was "made" by the Rams' and Martz's system. While he became a superstar with that system he succeeded at every level of professional football before reaching the Rams. I think he's shown to be versatile and adaptible, excelling in various offensive systems.
              Excellent points!

              I never bought into the system QB viewpoint.

              Warner was also a success at the high school and college levels.

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              • #8
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                Nothing interesting about your question TX ... it was just another weak attempt at protecting your false idol - sMartz.

                If the players execute, it's the system;
                If the players fail to excute, it's the players. This kind of logic ought to be taken out behind the tool shed and beaten like a rug.

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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by adarian_too
                  This kind of logic ought to be taken out behind the tool shed and beaten like a rug.
                  ROTFL...

                  If that is what happens behind the tool shed, then I shudder to think what goes on in "The Hollow"

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                  • #10
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                    You yourself said Ferter, that discussion of the many evils lurking should be left for a rainy day ... raining where you are now?

                    The Hollow waits for no man.

                    "Must I do all the evil I can before I learn to shun it? Is it not enough to know the evil to shun it? If not, we should be sincere enough to admit that we love evil too well to give it up." - Gandhi - '48

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                    • #11
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                      We'll see adarian.....we'll see.

                      I'm one Rams fan that is comfortable with every offseason move. Even this one.

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by adarian_too
                        Nothing interesting about your question TX ... it was just another weak attempt at protecting your false idol - sMartz.

                        If the players execute, it's the system;
                        If the players fail to excute, it's the players. This kind of logic ought to be taken out behind the tool shed and beaten like a rug.

                        Word...Warner is a system QB. Put him in a system and he will run it. :smile:

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                        • #13
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                          Who is the OC for the 'ants? What system/philosophy do they plan to use? what receivers are still there? Does KW have a chance with a crappy OL "protecting him" when he holds on to the ball too long (with the secondary game plan smartz called for him vs mb)?

                          Brilliant
                          Socrates: Surf to live! and Live to Surf!

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