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  • Every body hear me out!!!

    ok so the hawks game is over, ya we lost but honestly to me its no big deal, the fact is that week 1 is over and 16 teams have lost and 16 have won, unfortunately we fell into that losin group but we are WAY better then we showed, the game film shows that! we were neck and neck with the hawks all first half until the penalty on the blocked kick changed things, which changed our approach and made us more pass oriented and then the penalties came roillin threw which completely crashed our offense and the defense got tired which showed and before we know it we lost 28-0, the panthers,texans,lions, and bucs all pretty much got blown out along with us and the panthers and texans have alot of talen, both which were top play-off picks. we will win in DC this week, lets not forget EVERY team has to knock some rust off in week 1 and bulger didnt practice nearly at all so ofcourse our offense was goin to struggle, ontop of that our whole team is young and you know they were jittery before there first big game. POINT: we lost, o well , ya it was a blow out but not because lack of talent or scheme , we beat ourselves, we were rusty, our QB was rusty and penalities killed us


  • #2
    Re: Every body hear me out!!!

    This game in D.C. is crucial. We nend to come out strong and show that we have left our losing mentality from last year in the past. St. Louis needs to show up on offense and keep that ball moving. Punting wil lose us the game. Our D will do well as long as our offense does their part too. Lets go St. Louis!


    • #3
      Re: Every body hear me out!!!

      AMEN, Iam gonna be ready come sunday. With my jackson jersey and trashtalking my friend who loves the skins.


      • #4
        Re: Every body hear me out!!!

        Originally posted by 3STL9
        AMEN, Iam gonna be ready come sunday. With my jackson jersey and trashtalking my friend who loves the skins.
        Lol me too bro! I live in D.C. so all my friends are skins fans and I always give them heat for our win in FedEx last year. And ya, I also wear my Jaxx jersey on gameday and I wear it to school the next day if we win too. We need a win, there's a lot on the line for the rams and my reputation at school lol!


        • #5
          Re: Every body hear me out!!!

          I hear you, I don't agree with you.
          You said it my friend, we were neck to neck until the penalties came rolling down . . . that shows you that we were horrible.
          Yes, if we compare ourselves against last year we are much better, but until we can have very few penalties, then we'll suck.

          If we can come up with 2-4 penalties, then yes, we have a chance in DC, if we have again 85 yards against us . . . I doubt it


          • #6
            Re: Every body hear me out!!!

            we shall see. If we can eliminate these unnecessary penalties and continue to create turnovers, I think we can prove we are much improved. Key is to keep our defense off the field. if we can do that we will be happy campers.

            Go Rams!!!
            LA RAMMER

            It's Jim not Chris


            • #7
              Re: Every body hear me out!!!

              OFFENSE IS THE KEY FOR THIS TEAM because even though both offense and defense are not playing well the offense always seem to find a way to put the defense in bad positions and tire them out so I blame the offense for not getting it in gear


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                > No possible way this team travels on a short week to the Rams to win. We complete 2 passes in a half on offense. This is not an NFL offense. It's clear the defense has also dropped off. We can't stop anybody anymore. Plus the read option is worthless this year. All the WR's and TE's are hurt. Coaching and play calling are questionable. Forget the division. That's done. It's the Seahawks. Forget the wild card. I don't think we are making the playoffs. We will get a high draft pick.

                > Our read option has done nothing but HURT our REAL run game.... Unless we go back to what worked in 2011, we will lose.

                > I expect 1-3 to be honest. No confidence in this team until Harbaugh and Roman admit the pistol read-option does not give us the best chance to win anymore. We need to go back to the type of football that's proven to be successful for the last several decades.

                > A short week + travel + the Rams have our # + their stadium + the way our offense is playing. We aren't winning that game. I'd be surprised if it's close.

                > Final score: 2 - 0 Rams.

                > It's obvious we don't have deep threats right now. Instead of the deep ball, why not primarily run the ball, and when necessary, go to short passes and rely on YAC? I've read that the Rams' secondary is suspect to put it mildly.

                > Another loss coming our way. Actually make it 2 more, our next win might not happen until the Cards game. Right now, we are just too out of sync plus our mental game and confidence is to totally shattered.

                > I'm glad it's a short week, I don't know if I could wait till Sunday to get this taste out of my mouth.

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                We went into Jacksonville today with a desire to come out with a win. It came down to the last 7 seconds before we ended up going for a tie instead of a win. Spags played it safe for a chance to win instead of gambling and possibly losing. The decision to go for three may have been the wrong one (remember Carolina in the playoffs a few years ago?) but it gave our guys something they haven't had in a long time - hope.

                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.

                Yeah, let's trade our best player. That way, we can get a RB who runs like crap - because that's all that's left in free agency. Let's bench our QB - the one who knows the plays and is really showing that he can execute once again. That way, we can start someone who can't be consistent at throwing either completions or interceptions. Let's trash the whole team - after all, it's only been six weeks, and if they haven't won us a super bowl by now, they never will.

                I'm not looking at the team through rose colored glasses. I'm being realistic. The Rams are bad - no doubt about it. But the Rams of week six are far better than the Rams of week one. I didn't expect a quick turnaround. Even Spags said it will take time. Anyone who thought we'd be an NFL powerhouse by now should at least try to be realistic.

                Most of us on here thought we should have won today. I'm one of them. Anyone who is whining about the effort put forth by anyone on the team today needs to watch the game again, because the game I watched showed a Rams team that fought hard for a win. Had we won the coin toss in OT...we would have had that elusive "W".

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                “We didn’t win. It’s like if you have a great season and you go to the Pro Bowl, but your team doesn’t win the Super Bowl. It doesn’t matter. You have to win. It is all about winning.”

                (On if this game reminds him of the opening game last season)
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                “Yeah, keep us in the game but it is a team thing. It is not a win. I don’t care how good we played. We still lost the game. We had plays in there that we need to get better at. We could have made some turnovers and kept it a little closer.”

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                “We have a lot of talent on offense, and they will bounce back. I am not worried about that. We just have to keep playing good resistance

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              • RamsFanSam
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                And I still have concerns about this game. Don't get me wrong, we will win, but it will be a nail biter.It is still early in the season, we could still go 15-1 (I wish), but there are things that keep nagging me, and I don't just mean Tawn.
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                Since Detroit, we have won two games, lost another. We played well, but didn't dominate. For some reason, teams don't feel scared of the Rams unless we completely dominate our opponents. I know it's a small thing, but the psychological aspect of the game is still important. Other teams need to fear us...not just a little, but enough to make the other teams wet themselves in cowardice when they see the Rams come on the field.
                Our offense is there...putting up the yards, the first downs, but not getting past the red zone. A lot of teams have the same troubles. It's not a lack of talent or desire, but for some reason, our opponents are able to read our plays better than they should. We have the manpower, the skill, and the coach to come up with the ideas. Yet, somewhere, the whole thing is breaking down. I'm not 100% convinced of this, but I think today we will see the beginning of the end to our red zone problems. Why? Well, one sore spot in the whole thing was the RT. Jackson could singlehandedly plow thru 5 or 6 defenders to score...but he needs blocks to open up holes. And, since there have been several comments made by Martz and some players concerning Barron, I wouldn't doubt that he may be on the field at some point today.
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