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    2004 St. Louis Rams

    September 10, 2004

    By SportsTicker



    OFFENSE


    WR 81 Torry Holt 84 Shaun McDonald 82 Mike Fu rrey
    LT 76 Orlando Pace 63 Scott Tercero
    LG 66 Chris Dishman 61 Tom Nutten 72 Darnell Alford
    C 67 Andy McCollum 61 Larry Turner
    RG 62 Adam Timmerman 60 Blaine Saipaia



    RT 77 Grant Williams TE 86 Brandon Manumaleuna 87 Cam Cleeland


    WR 80 Isaac Bruce 83 Kevin Curtis 89 Dane Looker
    QB 10 Marc Bulger 12 Chris Chandler 9 Jeff Smoker
    RB 28 Marshall Faulk 39 Steven Jackson 33 Arlen Harris
    FB 44 Joey Goodspeed 45 Chris Massey




    DEFENSE

    LDE 91 Leonard Little 97 Tyoka Jackson 96 Erik Flowers
    LDT 92 Damione Lewis 73 Jimmy Kennedy
    RDT 79 Ryan Pickett 98 Brian Howard
    RDE 94 Bryce Fisher 95 Anthony Hargrove



    SLB 54 Brandon Chillar


    MLB 55 Robert Thomas 57 Trev Faulk
    WLB 50 Pisa Tinoisamoa 52 Tommy Polley
    LCB 23 Jerametrius Butler 24 DeJuan Groce 20 Dwight Anderson
    RCB 21 Kevin Garrett 22 Travis Fisher
    SS 31 Adam Archuleta 25 Rich Coady
    FS 35 Aeneas Williams 32 Justin Luca 30 Jason Shivers





    SPECIALISTS
    K 14 Jeff Wilkins P 5 Sean Landeta


    H 89 Dane Looker 12 Chris Chandler 10 Marc Bulger
    LS 45 Chris Massey 87 Cam Cleeland
    PR 84 Shaun McDonald 89 Dane Looker 24 DeJuan Groce
    KR 33 Arlen Harris 39 Steven Jacksonv 89 Dane Looker

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  • ZigZagRam
    53-Man Roster
    by ZigZagRam
    Here's my take on the 53-man roster. I can't remember if we IR'd Kennedy or not but here it goes.

    QB: Bulger, Chandler, Smoker
    RB: Faulk, Jackson, Gordon, Harris
    FB: Goodspeed, Massey
    WR: Holt, Bruce, McDonald, Looker, Curtis, Furrey
    TE: Manumaleuna, Cleeland, Brake
    OT: Pace, Williams, Tercero
    OG: Timmerman, Tercero, Dishman, King
    C: McCullom, Turner
    DE: Little, Fisher, Jackson, Hargrove, Flowers
    DT: Pickett, Lewis, Howard
    LB: Tinoisamoa, Thomas, Chillar, Polley, Newson, Faulk
    SS: Archuleta, Coady
    FS: Williams, Lucas, Shivers
    CB: Butler, Garrett, Groce, Anderson, Fisher
    K: Wilkins
    P: Landeta

    Notable Cuts: Greg Randall, Erik Jensen, Sean Moran, Brandon Spoon, Tom Knight

    Your thoughts?
    -08-31-2004, 10:40 AM
  • AvengerRam_old
    My Offseason Scorecard
    by AvengerRam_old
    Given that the Rams probably won't make any major personnel changes from now until the season starts, its a good time to evaluate the offseason. Here's how I see it:

    QB:

    2003: Bulger/Warner/Covington
    2004: Bulger/Chandler/Smoker

    The starter has not changed. Chandler, though not as good as Warner, may be better suited in the backup role as his presence does not create controversy. Smoker is a better prospect than Covington. IMPROVED

    RB/FB:

    2003: Faulk/Gordon/Harris; Goodspeed
    2004: Faulk/Jackson/Gordon; Goodspeed/Harris

    The addition of Jackson is an upgrade at RB. Harris at FB is intriguing. IMPROVED

    WR/TE:

    2003: Holt/Bruce/Looker/Furrey/McDonald/Curtis; Manumaleuna/Cleeland
    2004: Holt/Bruce/Curtis/Looker/McDonald/Furrey; Manumaleuna/Cleeland

    Same cast, but Curtis and McDonald are healthy. IMPROVED

    OL:

    2003: Pace/Turley/Wohlabaugh/McCollum/Timmerman
    2004: Pace/Turley/Wohlabaugh/McCollum(?)/Timmerman

    Other than the possibilty that McCollum might be supplanted by a younger player, nothing has changed. SAME

    DL:

    2003: Wistrom/Pickett/Lewis/Young/T.Jackson/Little/Fisher/Kennedy
    2004: Fisher/Pickett/Lewis/T.Jackson/Little/Kennedy/Hargrove/Moran

    The loss of Wistrom and Young put this unit in decline, but there is at least hope with the potential of players like Kennedy and Hargrove. DECLINE

    LB:

    2003: Tinoisamoa/Thomas/Polley/Duncan
    2004: Tinoisamoa/Thomas/Polley/????

    It is uncertain who will emerge as the fourth LB (Chillar, Spoon, Faulk, Newson, Lloyd are all possiblities). But, whoever it is, the depth should be better than last year. IMPROVED (slightly)

    DB:

    2003: Fisher/Butler/Williams/Archuleta/Groce/Garrett/Walton/Sehorn
    2004: Fisher/Butler/Williams/Archuleta/Groce/Garrett/Shivers/Walton

    Again, not much change. I expect that Shivers will be an improvement over Mr. Angie Harmon, but we'll have to see. SAME

    ST:

    2003: Wilkins/Landeta/Harris(KR)/Furrey(PR)
    2004: Wilkins/Landeta/????/????

    Unclear who will be the KR and PR. I hope that Groce can emerge as the PR (i.e. not muff punts), as I think he has a lot of potential there. UNCERTAIN

    Coaching:

    2003: Martz/Fairchild/Smith
    2004: Martz/Fairchild/Marmie

    The addition of Marmie should not change too much with the defense, other than the weight of the DTs. Fairchild seems to be getting more responsibilities. Too close to call. SAME

    Total scorecard:

    IMPROVED: 4
    DECLINE: 1
    SAME: 3
    UNCERTAIN: 1

    All in all, despite the minimalist approach, a pretty good offseason for...
    -06-10-2004, 08:26 AM
  • Guest's Avatar
    Rams roster into training camp
    by Guest
    During the ceremony my daughter and I held tonight at exactly 5pm central, as the players were checking in for camp, i did my best public address anouncer imitation for her and recited the entire 53 man roster from memory as she cheered for each guy. I believe that barring injury, the offense is basically set unless sump beats out furrey for a receiver spot in order to serve as the return guy.

    bubble spots- backup linebackers (special teams key). we will carry six, two spots available for tony newsom, spoon, lloyd, justin smith, trev faulk, mwilliams.
    Defensive end- Will moran make the team? I predict no.
    Defensive Tackle _ Will brian howard make the team. I predict practice squad.
    Punter- Will Landetta get beat out? Could go either way.

    Here is what it looks like

    bulger, chandler, smoker
    faulk, jackson, gordon
    goodspeed, harris
    bruce, holt, looker, curtis, macdonald, furrey (sump)
    mamliamula, cleeland, jensen
    pace, turley, williams
    wolabaugh, turner
    timmerman, mccollum, king, tercero

    Wilkens, Landetta/Nicasso, Massey

    Little, fisher, tyoka jackson, hargrove, flowers (moran)
    pickett, lewis, kennedy, holsey (brian howard)
    thomas, pisa, polley, chillar, two of the following (spoon, lloyd, newson, burley, justin smith, trev faulk, mcwilliams)
    fisher, butler, garrett, groce
    aeneas williams, archuleta, coady, shivers, lucas


    Biggest variable, outside of the backup linebacker spots is injuries. Hopefully, we will make it through camp and the preseason with nothing more than a few bumps and bruises here and there.

    ramming speed to all, as always, i would love your analysis of the roster,

    sign the big man

    general counsel
    -07-27-2004, 09:03 PM
  • Guest's Avatar
    Updated projected 53 man roster
    by Guest
    Updated 53 man roster to reflect the recent moves (praying of course for no injuries in camp that effect this)

    Offense (26)

    bulger, chandler, smoker
    faulk, jackson, gordon
    goodspeed, harris
    mamliamula, cleeland, jensen
    bruce, holt, curtis, looker, mcdonald, furrey
    pace, turley, williams
    timmerman, mccollum, king, tercero
    wohlambaugh, eby or turner (the other makes the practice squad)

    Defense (24)

    pickett, lewis, kennedy, holsey/brian howard
    little, fisher, jackson, hargrove, flowers/moran
    thomas, pisa, polley, chillar, two of the following (newsom, spoon, lloyd, trev faulk, justin smith, mcwilliams)
    fisher, butler, groce, garrett
    a williams, archuleta, coady, shivers, lucas

    specialists (3)

    wilkens, massey, nicassio/landetta



    Other guys with a shot, but more likely candidates for the practice squad (unless someone gets hurt)

    nick burley, sheddrick copeland, nijrell eason, brian sump (kick returner)

    Other practice squad candidates- the 4th qb, coleman (wr), anyone else??????

    If Moran gets beat out, he probably gets waived. If brian howard gets beat out, he probably winds up on the practice squad, along with two linebackers and at least one guy from the secondary.

    Any updated thoughts from anyone?

    ramming speed to all

    general counsel
    -06-21-2004, 09:50 PM
  • RamDez
    Rams Position Analysis
    by RamDez
    Rams Position Analysis
    By Jim Thomas
    Of the Post-Dispatch
    Saturday, Sep. 11 2004

    QUARTERBACKS

    Starter: Marc Bulger.
    Reserves: Chris Chandler, Jeff Smoker.

    For the first time in his career, Bulger enters an NFL regular season as a
    starting quarterback. He actually got a lot less work in exhibition games this
    preseason as opposed to his previous three campaigns with the club. After
    averaging 75 throws in the 2001, '02, and '03 preseasons, he threw only 36
    times this preseason.

    After a rocky game against Kansas City, and a few erratic tosses against
    Washington, Bulger closed strong against the Redskins and looked sharp in his
    only series against Oakland. He must cut down on his interceptions, improve his
    deep touch and avoid rushing through his reads. If he does that, he will make
    the jump from a good NFL quarterback to an elite one.

    Veteran Chris Chandler outplayed Bulger in the preseason, with a 97.9 passer
    rating and a 65.9 completion percentage, easing concerns about his ability to
    be an effective QB at age 38. He looks like a good fit for this offense, and
    can still zing the deep ball.

    The third QB, rookie Jeff Smoker, isn't close to being ready to play in an NFL
    game.

    The Stat: Bulger's .818 winning percentage (18-4) is the best among
    active NFL quarterbacks with a minimum of 10 regular-season starts.



    RUNNING BACKS

    Starters: Marshall Faulk (RB), Joey Goodspeed (FB).
    Reserves: Steven Jackson (RB), Arlen Harris (RB/FB), Chris Massey
    (FB), Stephen Trejo (FB/TE).

    Faulk says he feels better entering this season than he has in a few years. But
    who knows how his right knee will hold up in this, his 11th NFL season? Faulk
    doesn't have the burst he displayed three years ago. But his vision,
    intelligence, pass-receiving skills, and competitive fire appear to be as good
    as ever. It's unrealistic to think he can get 20-25 touches a game and hold up
    for most, or all, of a 16-game season. That's where rookie Steven Jackson comes
    in.

    Jackson led the NFL in rushing during the preseason with 323 yards, and is a
    good pass catcher. How he handles a regular-season game plan remains to be
    seen. The same goes for his blitz pickup and pass-blocking in general, an area
    in which Faulk excels.

    Slowed for part of the preseason with a hamstring injury, Joey Goodspeed has
    shown that he can at least be a competent fullback. He's a willing blocker,
    with decent pass-catching skills.

    Although no game breaker, Arlen Harris can do a solid job running the ball and
    also may be used at fullback in certain formations. Once again, Chris Massey is
    a good insurance policy...
    -09-12-2004, 02:03 AM
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