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    To see how this team looks at the end of the year, who will be here and who won't. Yes the game was disapointing, but let's be honest with ourselves. With the way the team played over the course of two years, and the horrible draft picks. Did we really think the team was gonna be that good? Well in a nutshell I did, I thought we would win against the SHawks, but that was me drinking too much of the Blue and Gold Kool-Aid. So as of now I have no expectations, I'll just enjoy as much of the season as I can. Let's hope they make next week, at least interesting. I'm a USC fan how bout that Sanchez, just to think we had the opportunity to pick him up.

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    Re: It will be interesting.....

    NEEDS TO GO:

    Bell
    Bulger
    Jackson
    Incognito


    These guys are killing this team

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    • #3
      Re: It will be interesting.....

      Originally posted by rNemesis View Post
      NEEDS TO GO:

      Bell
      Bulger
      Jackson
      Incognito


      These guys are killing this team
      I can think of at LEAST one thing wrong with this list.

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      • #4
        Re: It will be interesting.....

        It didn't include Culberson? lol

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        • #5
          Re: It will be interesting.....

          Look, we hit bottom the last two years and I think we are crawling our way back, but it will take time. While yesterdays game was ugly, there were some positives. Mainly, I saw heart. I saw people that were ashamed of the scoreboard, but didn't quit. Big difference over last year. We'll get better, maybe win five or six games this year. With another good draft, we will only improve.

          Remember one thing. It took the NYG defense 3 or 4 games before they completely bought into Spag's system. Now, they had better personnel than we have now, but give it time. We'll get there.

          IN SPAG'S I TRUST.
          This space for rent...

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          • #6
            Re: It will be interesting.....

            We are so bent over the proverbial salary cap by dead money that Thoey is right, it's gonna take some time. I just don't know how much patience the fans of STL have with certain players, namely Bulger.

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              You've heard it all before.

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              You more than have the right to criticize. Be critical of anything you want. But to simply bypass the merits and demerits of an entire season in anticipation of greener pastures is absurdity. I guarantee you, without withstanding this season, without drawing and learning all we can from this season, next season will inevitably promulgate a return to the drawing board. again. The time is nigh to learn from what we've done wrong today. To correct what we can and struggle on with what we can't...until we can.

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              So what am I tired of? I'm tired of the fans who are too busy whining about Bulger (who did a great job today), fans who are complaining about our defense (who actually did a decent job) to notice that we are getting better.

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