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    The Rams offense with no Warner. I hope we all saw last night (K.C. game) how important Warner is to this offense. Warner is the engine to this thing! And all the others are the wheels, yes even Faulk. I am getting pretty tired of hearing that Faulk is the man (although a stud!) without Warner there, how does he get the ball? Faulk can not take a game over like some backs, he relies more on his recieving ability and without a good quarterback we are in trouble. I hate to say this folks but if Warner goes down this year, we could be in for a long season. He by far is the most valuable piece to our car, and it showed with flying colors last night. We couldn't even control a game if we had a gret defense cause we can't run the ball with any type of authority, we have to pass to set up the run *LOL*.

    Here's to a healthy season to ALL the positions on this offense, as we all know to well what an injury may due to the greatest show on earth.

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    Originally posted by J-Ram
    The Rams offense with no Warner. I hope we all saw last night (K.C. game) how important Warner is to this offense. Warner is the engine to this thing! And all the others are the wheels, yes even Faulk. I am getting pretty tired of hearing that Faulk is the man (although a stud!) without Warner there, how does he get the ball? Faulk can not take a game over like some backs, he relies more on his recieving ability and without a good quarterback we are in trouble. I hate to say this folks but if Warner goes down this year, we could be in for a long season. He by far is the most valuable piece to our car, and it showed with flying colors last night. We couldn't even control a game if we had a gret defense cause we can't run the ball with any type of authority, we have to pass to set up the run *LOL*.

    Here's to a healthy season to ALL the positions on this offense, as we all know to well what an injury may due to the greatest show on earth.
    I noticed last night, Warner was giving play calls to Marc near the end of the game. Even when he doesn't play, he carries the team. Think the Rams could have come back so easily if Warner wasn't telling Marc what to do?.....With Brister on the other team, I think so too.

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      I am one of those who thinks Marshall Faulk is the man,but I have to agree that this year Warner is the key to our success.This season we dont have T.Green as as a safety net and Im pretty sure that defenses will be looking to knock Warner out.I hope Martz goes back to the 1st down attack offense and our line busts their butts trying to protect our QB.For our offense to work we need both Warner and Faulk healthy.GO RAMS!
      ST.LOUIS RAMS:THE MOST FRUSTRATING TEAM IN THE NFL!!!

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      • #4
        You know, I'm really looking forward to football on Sundays so I can follow what you guys are speaking of ;)

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