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    Date Opponent Time
    Sep 8 at Denver 4:15 PM
    Sep 15 NY GIANTS 4:05 PM
    Sep 23 at Tampa Bay (Mon.) 9:00 PM
    Sep 29 DALLAS 1:00 PM
    Oct 6 at San Francisco 4:15 PM
    Oct 13 OAKLAND 4:15 PM
    Oct 20 SEATTLE 1:00 PM
    Week 8 OPEN DATE
    Nov 3 at Arizona 4:15 PM
    Nov 10 SAN DIEGO 1:00 PM
    Nov 18 CHICAGO (Mon.) 9:00 PM
    Nov 24 at Washington 4:15 PM
    Dec 1 at Philadelphia 4:15 PM
    Dec 8 at Kansas City 1:00 PM
    Dec 15 ARIZONA 8:30 PM
    Dec 22 at Seattle 4:05 PM
    Dec 30 SAN FRANCISCO (Mon.)

    Keeping the Rams Nation Talking

  • #2
    I have to say we have a killer December ........... all those cold weather games ...... Its a friggin nightmare

    Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


    • #3
      This Schedule doesn't look Tough enough for the National Conferance Champs!!!!! Looks Fairly Easy!!!


      • #4
        Is the new Seattle stadium a dome? I would hope so with all the rain up there. If so, two home games would get them down to K.C. and Philly outdoors in December. Winning those would shed the "dome team" label. I have to say that I grew up with the football Cardinals, along with the baseball team and the Blues. Bidwell stuck a knife in the heart of all St. Louis football fans, and I for one am looking forward to thrashing the birdies twice a season!


        • #5
          I do beleive Seattle is a Coverd Statium....Don't Quote me..


          • #6
            Sorry to repost the complete schedule, but I added some details so I could print it out and thought others might want it too... Sorry for the formatting...

            Date Opponent 2001 Record Time
            Sep 08 at Denver (8-8) 3:15 PM
            Sep 15 NY GIANTS (7-9) 3:05 PM
            Sep 23 at Tampa Bay (9-7) 8:00 PM *
            Sep 29 DALLAS (5-11) 12:00 PM
            Oct 06 at San Fran (12-4) 3:15 PM
            Oct 13 OAKLAND (10-6) 3:15 PM
            Oct 20 SEATTLE (9-7) 12:00 PM
            Oct 28 OPEN WEEK
            Nov 03 at Arizona (7-9) 3:15 PM
            Nov 10 SAN DIEGO (5-11) 12:00 PM
            Nov 18 CHICAGO (13-3) 8:00 PM *
            Nov 24 at Washington (8-8) 3:15 PM
            Dec 01 at Philly (11-5) 3:15 PM
            Dec 08 at K. C. (6-10) 12:00 PM
            Dec 15 ARIZONA (7-9) 7:30 PM **
            Dec 22 at Seattle (9-7) 3:05 PM
            Dec 30 SAN FRAN (12-4) 8:00 PM *

            Combined Opp. Record (138/256)
            Combined Opp. Win % 53.9%

            * Monday Night
            ** Sunday Night
            This space for rent...


            • #7
              That makes at least (6) six games I will get to see for sure!!!


              • #8
                Make that (5) five games. One of the monday nites is w/ Whinners.......


                • #9
                  I like our schedule. I like the December ending schedule like it is. Take care of our conference late. Keep us sharp.

                  Now, stay healthy and lets see where this year takes us.


                  • #10
                    Can anyone say 72' fins.????


                    • #11
                      Some hawks by the sea...

                      Huntdux, Moosey56, here's info on the Seahawks new stadium:

                      Not a dome per se, but whether the Rams play indoors or out, it shouldn't be that much of a factor. I like every year's schedule!

                      BTW, on a different note, ARTIFICIAL TURF Vs. NATURAL GRASS, issue OR myth?

                      Denver: natural
                      Tampa Bay: natural
                      San Fran: natural
                      Arizona: natural
                      Washington: natural
                      Philly: field turf
                      K. C.: natural
                      Seattle: field turf

                      Is the above correct? Are the Rams only playing in one stadium with Astroturf this year -- our own?

                      :ram: Should be a great season! GO RAMS!!!


                      • #12
                        Just ask the Rams if they prefer turf or grass. Almost all football players would rather play on grass, so I don't see it as a big factor to decide our games. If it slows us down, it will slow the other team down just as much, so it actually cancels out.



                        • #13
                          Statistics, I believe show that we do beter on turf........


                          • #14
                            Statistics can be misleading. Sometimes, a team feels that the Rams have a disadvantage on grass, and are more hyped up because they think they have a chance to win. That leads to a better performance from our opponent, and a possible loss. It's not necessarily the grass that does it.

                            That's just a theory, of course. For all I know, it could be the grass.



                            • #15
                              Yes! -- I can!

                              Originally posted by Moosey56
                              Can anyone say 72' fins.????
                              Funny you mention that Moosey56. I was just thinking the same! Call it bias, confidence, or gud'ol daydreaming, but ... this year ...
                              RAMS RELOAD and RETURN with REVENGE!
                              2002 U-N-D-E-F-E-A-T-E-D!?! Yes!, the timing would be great, just perfect! :cool:

                              Hey J-Ram, you got it: "We don't rebuild, we RELOAD!" :angryram:
                              Last edited by RealRam; -03-28-2002, 02:58 PM.


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