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  • MikeB1603
    You really care about the Rams?
    by MikeB1603
    This week against the ***** could be a proving time for Linehan. The 9ers have won 3 in a row and are streaking while also looking like their transition stage has ended or begun to show results. Meanwhile us Rams have lost 5 in a row and are looking like a team with a new face. But even though we are not as well prepared as the ***** (their system has been in place a very beneficially longer time than ours, as well as most of the rest of the league, the NFL keep in mind, not some amateur easy to win league), we still know that this is a rivalry, this is Rams-9ers. So whatever we are doing now to progress, it takes a back seat for a week. But, I foresee a very dead crowd at the dome, a very unhappy uninterested crowd that makes it seem to be a less important game because we are in a slump. That has to be so unmotivating for all the players (and don't try to fool yourself in thinking that because they are proffesional athletes that makes them impervious to something like crowd atmosphere). I hadn't planned on attending this game but I am finding tickets and am bringing friends to cheer them on. It may help, it may not, but I'm gonna do what I can as a fan.
    -11-20-2006, 05:33 AM
  • AvengerRam_old
    Arch Enemies (Week 2): San Francisco Niners
    by AvengerRam_old
    No rest for the weary.

    ITS WHINER WEEK!

    (Niner fans, please read the "Arch Enemies" rules thread before you post here.)
    -09-10-2007, 07:48 AM
  • Varg6
    How do the OTHERS think we'll do...
    by Varg6
    Ok, I have an interesting question for all the Rams fans out there.

    Ok, we won against Denver. A team with very high expectations. Jake Plummer, a guy who threw 7 ints last year, and now, already has 3 in his first game.

    Will this change from no respect, to hmm...maybe the Rams are the real deal after all?

    Personally, (well, obviously), I think we're the real deal, and this win was HUGE for us, and it was especially a huge win for us because our defense basically won it. Who would've thought, right?

    So...Are we finally going to get some respect from others after being a team that basically everyone said we'd get annihilated by?
    -09-11-2006, 05:31 PM
  • ZiaRam
    My World: Five Stages of Rams' Fans' Grief
    by ZiaRam
    by Patty Hsieh

    Yes, it's another week without a win.

    Yes, the Washington Redskins delivered the Rams yet another painful loss on Sunday.

    And yes, that keeps the Rams winless. We can all wishfully think the numbers were somehow reversed, but the fact of the matter is the Rams are 0-4.

    We have to come to grips with that reality, do we not?

    If I were a therapist or psychiatrist I'd ask, "But how does that make you feel?"

    Well, let's go through the progression of emotions Rams fans are experiencing, shall we?

    Stage One: Denial
    Dictionary.com's definition of denial: "An assertion that something said, believed, alleged, etc., is false."

    "I can't believe the Rams are 0-4!"

    Some fans are in a state of shock and not understanding what happened. Things just don't make any sense.

    Didn't the Rams go undefeated in the preseason? The pundits say the preseason doesn't mean anything and the record should be ignored. I agreed with them but many went ahead and drank the Kool-Aid anyway.

    It wasn't pretty at times, but they at least moved the ball down the field and put up 10 total touchdowns and six field goals. Those four wins did happen, right? Or was all that just an aberration?

    Fans aren't the only ones in denial though. When asked if he's noticed any bad body language from quarterback Sam Bradford, head coach Steve Spagnuolo replied, "Did I see any? I have not."

    Just go back to Sunday's game. It's written all over Bradford's face and the way he's gimping to the sideline. He's had more than just the proverbial wind knocked out of him. Even after the game Bradford admits the losses are getting to him: "A little bit. Yeah, I'm not going to lie. It is getting frustrating."

    Spags might not be able or want to see it, but the fans do. We see it.
    Stage Two: Anger

    "A strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence aroused by a wrong; wrath; ire."
    You would not believe some of the hate tweets Rams players received after the game on Sunday. Fans have the right to express their feelings. I'm not denying that, but you can't cross the line between the player and the plays they make (or not make in these cases).

    I can't share the worst of them here, but I was in shock at how low supposed fans went to vent their anger. Too bad some of them don't use proper grammar or spelling (we cleaned it up here so as not to embarrass anyone). That would make their point come across more civilized, right?

    For example,

    "NOT GOOD ENOUGH!!!!"

    "That's great you can be so happy after a shameful display on Sunday. You're a good example of why we lose. #ramswhodontcare"

    "Hey @Austin_Pettis are you too retarded too call Fair Catch?...
    -10-04-2011, 11:11 PM
  • LaRamsFanLongTime
    Paging Live&letdie
    by LaRamsFanLongTime
    I noticed something this morning while I was sitting here. Join date 9,18,06 is it just me or is that the day after the game. You sat back and waited for your team to win till you had the courage to come on here what a pansy. While Okie and scrapie have to put their heads together to make one coherant thought, at least they were here before the game. Your the ultimate troll. I would be suprised to see our Niner fans on here disagreeing with me on this one.
    -09-19-2006, 10:28 AM
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