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    I just caught Marshall Faulk on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. He was introduced as the All Pro Running Back for the Rams. It was strictly a comedy piece. Basically Faulk was trying to teach him how to trash talk. Ferguson made a comment on Faulk's number being 28 and if that was his number or IQ. To which they both agreed that the only person with that low of an IQ would be on the Oakland Raiders. Another highlight was that Ferguson said something about Faulk's mother, to which Faulk put his fist up and threatened to beat Ferguson's bit**a**. All in all it was pretty funny. I knew nothing about Faulk's appearance on the show though, and just happened to come across it back accident.

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  • Atlas
    Marshall Faulk
    by Atlas
    He sure as hell played like it....
    -12-23-2001, 02:25 PM
  • AvengerRam_old
    I want Marshall Faulk to retire
    by AvengerRam_old
    Will Marshall Faulk retire?

    I don't know. Nobody here does. Marshall's not saying, and everything else is mere inference and speculation.

    Do I want Marshall Faulk to retire?

    Without question... yes. Yes I do.

    I am a big Marshall Faulk fan. I think his performance from 1999-2001 was the greatest three year run by any RB in NFL history, bar none. We can all talk about Martz, Warner, Bruce and Holt, but make no mistake... the element that made the GSOT one of the greatest offenses ever was Marshall Faulk's ability to be a threat on every single play.

    I know many are holding out hope that Faulk can play another year or two at a high level, even if that means being more of a role player in Steven Jackson's shadow.

    I have my questions as to whether Faulk, or, more specifically, Faulk's knees, can still do that.

    But the main reason I want Faulk to retire is my impression of where Faulk's head is right now. From all I've heard, read and seen, Faulk's words and actions this offseason are those of a guy who just doesn't have that drive anymore.

    Who can blame him? I'm sure its hard for him to accept that he's no longer the feature back. I'm sure he's feeling unsure of what his role will be under a new coaching staff. I'm sure he's concerned about returning at this stage of his career to a team that went 6-10 last season.

    If he does return, what would be his reason? Money? Records? Glory? Faulk has all of these things.

    Some players reach this stage of a career and are still the kind of players you want around because of their "locker room demeanor." Faulk's not that kind of guy. He's not a vocal leader of the team, and he has had the reputation of being a difficult personality when he's not happy.

    Add all of this up, and I can only conclude that the best thing for the Rams this year would be to have Faulk ride off into the sunset. Frankly, I think that may be what is best for Faulk as well.

    All good things must end.
    -06-23-2006, 08:11 AM
  • argpdt
    Rams Owe Marshall Faulk Playing Time
    by argpdt
    I find it disgusting the way that the Rams are "utilizing" Marshall Faulk these days. The past 5 or 6 games Faulk is getting very few on field plays with even fewer touches. I think that now that the season is over, the Rams should let Faulk start and see if he brings anything to the running game. Steven Jackson may be the back of the future for the Rams, but his performance has helped contribute to this lost season. When Jackson catches the ball he can be a threat, but he doesn't make people miss in the open field like Faulk either running or receiving, and Jackson has looked like he has hands of stone on far too many passes.
    Faulk needs less than 40 yards receiving to be #1 all time amongst NFL RBs and the Rams owe him that honor.
    :helmet:
    -12-06-2005, 03:38 PM
  • Bruce=GOAT
    Craig Ferguson trash-talks Faulk
    by Bruce=GOAT
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDJYycDHbfw


    Link to late night talk show host interviewing future HOF Marshall Faulk. Roughly 3:21 long.
    -02-14-2007, 01:35 AM
  • BigGameMN
    Faulk on PTI
    by BigGameMN
    Marshall Faulk is on Pardon the Interruption right now on the 5 good minutes segment. PTI will be replayed 1 hour from now at 6:30 EST/5:30 CST. Almost all the talk is about his coming back.
    -01-30-2007, 03:53 PM
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