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  • Tie Breaker Vs Bears

    If the Bears win out, and the Rams lose to an NFC team, the Bears would
    win the tiebreaker, as they would have a 10-2 conference record to 9-3 for
    the Rams.

    If the Rams lose only to Indy, then they tie with the Bears in conference
    record and then it goes to common games, where again the Bears would win the
    tiebreaker 6-0 to 5-1.

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    Keeping the Rams Nation Talking

  • #2
    not a chance in ...

    The bears have a decent defense but their offense can't do ****. There's no way they'll run the table...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by DJRamFan
      not a chance in ...

      The bears have a decent defense but their offense can't do ****. There's no way they'll run the table...
      They looked formidable today. They finally figured out that running behind Brockermeyer might be a good idea ..........

      Just a thought ........

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      • #4
        Yes,the Bears looked good today and I'm glad they won.This way the Rams fate is in their own hands.The Rams want homefield and the solution to getting it is simple:Just win baby.Our Rams now have some added motivation before playing the Saints.The Whiners and Bears are not going to do us any favors so we just need to keep on winning.The Saints are gonna play us tough,but I have to believe the Rams wont let this one slip away.




        :angryram:GO RAMS! STAY FOCUSED! WIN!:shield:
        Last edited by Aries51; -12-16-2001, 06:10 PM.
        ST.LOUIS RAMS:THE MOST FRUSTRATING TEAM IN THE NFL!!!

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