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    I want to heat EVERYONES opinion on the offense this weekend. Is it time to get nervous????

  • #2
    don't get nervous...yet. we get atlanta next week so we'll have some time. Also, defenses progress better than offenses, there is consistently a 3-4 week difference because of the intricacies of offense compared to defense - not just on the Rams.

    The O-Line was horrible and should be ashamed of themselves, we can see why Martz was pissed at them going back to the preseason. We better step it up here or Marshall and Kurt will watching a lot of games.

    Warner did OK, coulda been better, but he won the game with a bruised finger - still have to see what happens here. Neither INT was really his fault and he threw the ball to the WIDE open man everytime. All his incompletes were b/c he was looking into the eyes of Hugh Douglas, and Co. thanks to the o-line. I also LOVED the ball movement, everyone touched it and Conwell did awesome.

    Marshall and all receivers were fine.

    I was disappointed in the fumble by Cason but it was cool to see him and Yo in their new #s.

    Bottom line, we scored on TOs, always a must, however we did NOT score on non-turnover drives (only 6 points). We need to be able to drive down the field better (although we did eat up the entire first half of the 3rd quarter until a fumble). We need to watch the fumbles on our end, we got lucky and it coulda been A LOT worse.

    Grade: C+

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    • #3
      Nervous? What?

      Why? Hey, Philadelphia has 2 of the best corners in the NFL, and there Front 4 isn't bad either. They are a very good football team. There defense is well known to be punishing. Warner threw for over 300 yards, that was just a bad call down in the red zone. Martz admits that. Faulk rushed well for the first game, and no one came out hurt. We showed how dangerous we really are in OT. Just ask the Eagles. Bruce and Warner haven't thrown much to each other this year, so that looked to me like things to come. And with Candidate in the same backfield as Faulk? Talk about sticking an LB in a round room and telling him to find the corner. Least we forget Conwell being healthy. No, not worried about the O at all. Last year, we would not have received the extra stop from the D. This year we did. I would rather win 20-17 on the road in hostile Philadelphia and no injuries on that ridiculous thing they call turf, than to score 35 and lose.

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      • #4
        I'm sure our offense will be fine this weekend.I expect them to score 30+ this weekend.Also to
        txramsfan:How did you create and upload your avatar?Uploading has been kicking this computer rookies butt.I dont expect you to go into details,but any advice would be helpful.Thanks!

        GO RAMS!
        ST.LOUIS RAMS:THE MOST FRUSTRATING TEAM IN THE NFL!!!

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        • #5
          agree

          I must say I fully agree that we will score at LEAST 30 points this week. All will be great in Ramland again :-)

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          • #6
            I got it from Atlas, he had a link for a bunch of them. I'm just not savvy enough to figure out how to make it wave. I don't know where the url is, but Atlas will be happy to show you

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