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    I have NEVER been more confident that the Rams are gonna win of the Jags or Hags as I call them. If Bartell can do a decent job Holt we will win hands down. (I say Holt cause we cut him, he's gonna show up, and show out). Just for the number guys here's a couple stats and rankings according to
    Jags Total Off: 18th 328 ypg. Jags Total Def: 30th-380 total ypg
    Run Off: 13th 113 ypg. Run Def: 18th- 107 ypg
    Pass Off: 18 214 ypg. Pass Def: 31st-287ypg
    If that doesn't excite you even a little how about this, the Jags only have 4 sacks. Which means they don't get enough pressure to the QB. If this holds true it will give our line more confidence and Swagger. I'm not saying that the Jags will just lay down and accept defeat, the Rams will have to go out and compete for 60 mins. But if they play 4 quarters like a pro football team and don't shoot themselves in the foot...then we will have a "W" in the books. Want some, get some...better yet take some....GoRams

  • #2
    Re: Pop the champagne.....

    I love the enthusiasm, but I'm not going to call a victory quite yet. This is by far our easiest game so far, yes, but we're not exactly a powerhouse that's rolling over teams. I think and hope we'll win this week, but it's definitely NOT a guarantee.
    I believe!:ram:


    • #3
      Re: Pop the champagne.....

      I wouldnt get excited yet, remember last year when dallas had already chalked up the win agianst the rams but still had to play them? I believe the underdog won that game by over 20 points. But i do agree this is our best chance at a win, I would be more worried about garrard then holt. When garrard shows up and plays that offense is very good.


      • #4
        Re: Pop the champagne.....

        the way the Jags have been playing, i also agree we can get a win. we just have to protect the ball and create turnovers. If we limit our mistakes, 1-5.
        LA RAMMER

        It's Jim not Chris


        • #5
          Re: Pop the champagne.....

          Holding off on the celebration would be best..I bet the Jags LOVE our penalties per game and our -TO ratio, especially in the Red Zone..


          • #6
            Re: Pop the champagne.....

            Rams win 24-6.

            Just watch ;)


            • #7
              Re: Pop the champagne.....

              You better hold off that celebration dude....

              Jones-Drew has more touchdowns than our entire team does. Garrard has a few touchdowns as well.

              So until we beat them, lets hold off on the celebrations...


              • #8
                Re: Pop the champagne.....

                Originally posted by invisiblehorns314 View Post
                But if they play 4 quarters like a pro football team and don't shoot themselves in the foot...then we will have a "W" in the books.
                Yeah, that's the part that's got me worried...


                • #9
                  Re: Pop the champagne.....

                  If the rams can just crowd the line like EVERY team does against us and force Garrud to pass the ball we have a chance. Otogwe is a great safety and i think over the top he's gonna have Jax's number. As long as MJD is shut down, steven jackson will go crazy



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