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  • If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

    Does anyone have any thought on if we would promote
    from within or go get a different coach for next year.

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    ...................... no ......................

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    • #3
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      Whoever it is won't be as good as Martz.

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      • #4
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        If Martz comes back in 4 weeks and the Rams win the superbowl who will they get to replace him????

        Martz is not the problem. We need to get some help on the defensive side and this team will go from pretender to contender....

        Leave Martz alone and if anything hope for a speedy recovery....

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        • #5
          Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

          Ray Malavasi.
          John Robinson. LOL
          JUST WIN ONE FOR THE FANS
          :ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram::ram:

          "HIT HARD, HIT FAST, AND HIT OFTEN"
          Adm. William "Bull" Halsey

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          • #6
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            One of the college players projected to go in the top ten of the 2007 NFL draft, if you follow my drift.

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            • #7
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              I couldn't picture the 2005 Rams without Martz. I don't know, we'll have to wait until the indy game or further, I suppose.

              BTW, what about Butch Davis?
              :helmet: The Greatest Show on Turf :helmet:


              ! Best offense ever !

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              • #8
                Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

                Martz is not the problem. We need to get some help on the defensive side and this team will go from pretender to contender....

                Leave Martz alone and if anything hope for a speedy recovery...
                :up: Sensibly and seriously said.

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                • #9
                  Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

                  Since the core talent of the RAMS is on the offensive side off the ball. I'm leaning toward a defensive minded coach, say Jim Johnson Philadelphia's DC.
                  He's ripe for a job.

                  GO RAMS

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                  • #10
                    Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

                    Originally posted by RAMBLE_ON
                    Since the core talent of the RAMS is on the offensive side off the ball. I'm leaning toward a defensive minded coach, say Jim Johnson Philadelphia's DC.
                    He's ripe for a job.

                    GO RAMS
                    Or Pittsburgh's D coordinator

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                    • #11
                      Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

                      I agree philly, pittsburgh d cooridinators or Lovie Smith ?

                      Martz is the man on the offensive side of the ball.

                      :helmet: :helmet: :clanram: :clanram:
                      sigpic :ram::helmet:

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                      • #12
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                        If a solid D coordinator comes in, major changes to the offense will take place.

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                        • #13
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                          To the offense or defense?

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                          • #14
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                            offense. He'll want to bring his style of defense in and he won't be able to do that with 66% of the salary cap going to the offensive side of the ball.

                            Four wide out sets....gone.

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                            • #15
                              Re: If Martz Resigns Who Would We Get

                              We have 66% of our Salaries going to the offense!

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                              • Nick
                                Martz bashers now have proof: He doesn't know the score
                                by Nick
                                Martz bashers now have proof: He doesn't know the score
                                BY JEFF GORDON
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                                09/03/2004

                                I believe we all like a little self-deprecating humor in our coaches. In a field of know-it-alls and Inventors of the Sport, the ability to mock oneself is an endearing quality.

                                We can only take so much of the Bill Walshs and Marty Schottenheimers of the world.

                                However, I'd like to use this corner of cyberspace to give Rams coach Mike Martz a little advice.

                                Never, never, NEVER come clean during a post-game news conference. Never admit to a lapse in your cognitive powers.

                                Never admit you didn't know what the score was in the last minute of a game.


                                You know how some citizens of Rams Nation are. They doubt Martz as a head coach and disparage his game management skills. They bristle every time he burns his timeouts, as he did in the second half of the Raiders game.

                                They hang on his every word, waiting for him to make an incriminating statement or use an improper tone of voice. There are folks who walk around town muttering one of Martz's favorite lines, "Shoot, we'll fix that," under their breaths.

                                As veteran talk show host Howard Balzer noted on 1380 ESPN Friday morning, Martz should NOT have made a confession after Thursday night's 28-24 loss at Oakland.

                                He admitted ordering Jeff Smoker to throw a sideline pass with nine seconds left, even though the Rams needed to get in the end zone.

                                "I can't believe I was yelling for a field goal," Martz told reporters. "That was the dumbest thing I've ever done as a football coach."

                                Oh, boy. You don't want to get Rams fans going down that road.

                                That was tantamount to throwing out a three-hour radio call-in topic. That was like throwing fresh hamburger into the shark tank. Fans will be eager to respond to that assertion.

                                "Smoker was yelling at me, 'Hey coach, we're down by four!'" Martz continued. "Can you imagine Jeff Smoker telling me what the score was?"

                                Everybody at once: YES!


                                Now I'm a pretty big Mike Martz fan. He inherited outstanding talent from Dick Vermeil, but he also had to rebuild an atrocious defense.

                                He has accomplished plenty on his own, including winning an NFC Championship and reaching postseason play three times.

                                The NFL is a tough place to coach, as Steve Spurrier would tell you. Rams fans tend not to give Mad Mike all the credit he deserves.

                                But Martz DOES do some goofy things. He seems to become immersed in his scripted play chart, to the point of becoming impervious to all the drama swirling around him.

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                                -09-03-2004, 05:19 PM
                              • fred10licious
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                              • Nick
                                Martz on Tuesday: 'We know what the issues are'
                                by Nick
                                Martz on Tuesday: 'We know what the issues are'
                                Compiled by Jeff Gordon
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                                The Rams defense lost its fight Monday night in Green Bay. Coach Mike Martz
                                drew that obvious conclusion after reviewing the debris from that 45-17 loss at
                                Lambeau Field.

                                “I was very pleased with the first few series, anyway,” Martz said at his
                                Tuesday news conference. “As the second half moved on, I was disappointed
                                defensively just in some of the errors and mistakes that began to occur, guys
                                out of position. At one point, we had 10 people on the field. Those things are
                                unacceptable. We began to lose our focus somewhat on defense.

                                “It’s kind of a personal thing with some of these guys. We can’t lose the
                                resolve when things go bad. In the past, we’ve always been able to rebound. . .
                                . As it snowballed, they had a hard time with that.

                                “Some of the veterans, they get frustrated, they try to do a little bit more
                                than what they need to. They’ve got this gap and you try to do it all. You
                                think the ball is going there and you run over there and you’re not where the
                                ball is coming out.

                                “We’ve got to get this team playing better. It’s a step-by-step process. We’ve
                                got some veterans not playing as good as they should, or as well as they have
                                in the past, and some young guys learning how to play. That’s not a good
                                combination.”

                                * * *

                                More from Martz's press conference:


                                On the team’s porous rushing defense:

                                “As the game wore on, our run fits and fills were not what they should be. It’s
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                                that. It’s just having the discipline and resolve to fill where you’re supposed
                                to and you've got to make a play, make a tackle.

                                “When Aeneas (Williams) went out at free safety, there was significant
                                confusion out there, some of the calls and what not. We had a hard time on
                                their field. That may have contributed to some of the problems.

                                “We just have to be more physical and more disciplined in how we play. We know
                                what the issues are. It’s easy to look at the tape and find out ‘here’s what
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                                enough to make those corrections and understand the discipline of playing the
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                              • RamDez
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                              • woodyramfan1
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