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  • PFW's Match-up Tidbits for Rams/Redskins

    St. Louis at Washington

    WAS 19TH OFF; STL 28th DEF

    WAS 8th RUN; STL 29th VS. RUN

    WAS 23rd PASS; STL 19th VS. PASS

    WAS 28th PTS; STL 31st PTS ALLOWED

    STL 27th OFF; WAS 4th DEF

    STL 25th RUN; WAS 8th VS. RUN

    STL 26th PASS; WAS 7th VS. PASS

    STL t-30th PTS; WAS 6th PTS ALLOWED

    STL 23rd TO/TA; WAS t-17th TO/TA

    STEVEN JACKSON HAD 16-67-0 RUSHING, INCLUDING A 22-YARD RUN, VS. SEA IN WEEK 1.

    JACKSON TOTALED 111 YARDS IN STL'S UPSET WIN OVER WAS IN '08.

    JAMES LAURINAITIS HAD 14 TACKLES IN HIS FIRST START IN WEEK 1.

    WAS DID A NICE JOB CONTAINING NYG RBS BRANDON JACOBS AND AHMAD BRADSHAW (28-106-0) AFTER A SHAKY 1ST QUARTER.

    CHRIS COOLEY MATCHED HIS 2008 TD TOTAL WHEN HE CAUGHT A SCORE IN THE OPENER VS. NYG.

    ALBERT HAYNESWORTH MADE 4 TACKLES IN HIS WAS DEBUT.

    WAS HAD ONLY 529 YARDS OFFENSE AND 14 POINTS IN 2 GAMES AGAINST STEVE SPAGNUOLO, WHO WAS NYG DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR.

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    Re: PFW's Match-up Tidbits for Rams/Redskins

    The fact the Spags is the HC helps. But lets be serious, a team like the Pats have shown us how much personnel makes the team and not necessarily the coordinators. All have gone on to do nothing while the team remained solid.

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      Re: PFW's Match-up Tidbits for Rams/Redskins

      Hard to go by last years stats for how the Rams were ranked, but a good comparison. I think we should be improved in a lot of areas this year and as time will tell with how much we can be improved. Interesting to know though.

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