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  • Eagles Propaganda

    Hey fellow Ram fans. A buddy of mine (well not really) who is a Eagle fan sent me this:

    'Rams love Eagles, tastes like chicken'

  • #2
    They are just pumped about their team, glad to see it actually. Hey they have a good football team. However, I sense they are predictable. They did play 8 games in the NFC East which was not known for its competition level.

    Staley is a prototype of Green but smaller. Stop him, then McNabb has to throw. I like the Rams chances with McNabb throwing.


    • #3
      From what I read,Arch and Fletcher didnt say anything that could be considered bulletin board material.The Eagles feel slighted by the media.Well, we've felt the same way.This game is not going to be an easy win for our Rams.They will have to earn the victory.I dont think they would want it any other way.

      :angryram: GO RAMS! STAY FOCUSED! WIN!:shield:


      • #4
        Eagles propaganda

        It´s absolutely OK that their town and their fans support the Eagles. They reached the NFC championship game. That´s it. You have to be a good football team to do that. So i like how they fire themself up.

        I read usa today in my hotel this morning. Isn´t it good read, that
        one of the best defenses wasn´t able to stop us at all. WE won the first match, even if it was a close game.

        So let them get excited. The Rams know what they can do. If we can come up with a strong defense (ask Brett what he thinks about it) and a solid and balanced offense (like in most of the regular season games) there´s nothing to fear.

        Play tough and self-confident and let´s face the Steelers in New Orleans.



        • #5
          Originally posted by txramsfan

          Staley is a prototype of Green but smaller. Stop him, then McNabb has to throw. I like the Rams chances with McNabb throwing.
          Not really. Green is much speedier than Duce. After having heard all about Green's yards-after-contact ability, I was surprised to see him go down more or less on first contact when they played you last Sunday.

          Duce is more of a weaver, and an open-field tackle-breaker--maybe even better than Green in that respect--and he's been running hard in the past few games. Not great after taking a hand-off, but on screens and dumpoffs in the open field, he's at his best.


          • #6
            So, what exactly did those guys say that was so wrong? Sounded to me like they are confident and feel the defense is better now than it was at the begining of the season.

            Whiners. The lot of them. Whiners.


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              One Fan's Prediction: Rams 13 - Eagles 31
              by Guest
              Unfortunately, I have to put this game down as a loss. :|

              I know some of you want me to pick this from my heart, but that's never worked before. Knowing Linehan and Haslett were gonna struggle most of the game. Our offensive line will get Bulger killed because their out of shape and unprepared. Our horrible secondary will be chasing them all day. Andy Reid will be out-scheming us as usual and there will be numerous "big plays" that many will be excusing. Saying "if we'd gotten rid of that 30-40-50-60 yard touchdown run and pass we'd have had a close game". Most however will be immediately demanding Linehans job. That's the only positive I can imagine.

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