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    I love touchdowns, you can never have enough, but does Mike Martz need a new touchdown celebration technique??

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    Dude...I can't say I've seen a technique...other than maybe a total blank face or two arms in the air like he just made a field goal...what technique to date do you speak of?

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      I think you're right on with the technique being referred to, viper.

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        Dude...I can't say I've seen a technique...other than maybe a total blank face or two arms in the air like he just made a field goal...what technique to date do you speak of?
        The dorky one.

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          Re: A Question About Martz

          Originally posted by r8rh8rmike
          I love touchdowns, you can never have enough, but does Mike Martz need a new touchdown celebration technique??
          It is pretty funny to watch him when he even surprises himself.

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          • GasBag
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            Forum rules:

            "By clicking the Agree button, you warrant that you will not post any messages that are obscene, vulgar, sexually-orientated, hateful, threatening, or otherwise violative of any laws."

            You might consider this as obscene, vulgar, sexually-orientated, hateful, threatening, or otherwise violative of any laws, but is intended as a legitimate question for those that care the most about the Rams.

            How long will you allow Martz to run down the Rams before you insist he be fired?
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          • Nick
            Martz bashers now have proof: He doesn't know the score
            by Nick
            Martz bashers now have proof: He doesn't know the score
            BY JEFF GORDON
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            09/03/2004

            I believe we all like a little self-deprecating humor in our coaches. In a field of know-it-alls and Inventors of the Sport, the ability to mock oneself is an endearing quality.

            We can only take so much of the Bill Walshs and Marty Schottenheimers of the world.

            However, I'd like to use this corner of cyberspace to give Rams coach Mike Martz a little advice.

            Never, never, NEVER come clean during a post-game news conference. Never admit to a lapse in your cognitive powers.

            Never admit you didn't know what the score was in the last minute of a game.


            You know how some citizens of Rams Nation are. They doubt Martz as a head coach and disparage his game management skills. They bristle every time he burns his timeouts, as he did in the second half of the Raiders game.

            They hang on his every word, waiting for him to make an incriminating statement or use an improper tone of voice. There are folks who walk around town muttering one of Martz's favorite lines, "Shoot, we'll fix that," under their breaths.

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            Oh, boy. You don't want to get Rams fans going down that road.

            That was tantamount to throwing out a three-hour radio call-in topic. That was like throwing fresh hamburger into the shark tank. Fans will be eager to respond to that assertion.

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