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  • Shocked

    It was shocking to see Setterstrom on the field. I thought he was lost for the season. Although he looked gimpy he appeared to help open some holes.

    Setterstrom or no, Steve J. had a great game.
    Look away. I'm hideous. __ Cozmo Kramer

  • #2
    Re: Shocked

    yea setterstrom had a great game our whole o-line did great . well done rams


    • #3
      Re: Shocked

      I don't think Marc was sacked at all that right? WOW!!!!!!
      sigpicThis is for Randy! GO BRM!


      • #4
        Re: Shocked

        Was Bell hurt, or just rotated?
        Look away. I'm hideous. __ Cozmo Kramer


        • #5
          Re: Shocked

          Great job by the OL today. They are really coming together, despite the injuries. They gave Bulger time, didn't allow a sack as Mom mentioned, and opened up enough space to let Jackson do what he does. Very encouraging.

          Originally posted by live4ramin View Post
          Was Bell hurt, or just rotated?
          He was hurt and had to leave the game.


          • #6
            Re: Shocked

            This line is gelling weekly. Bulger didn't have the best game, but hey, Jackson did and we won son! haha


            • #7
              Re: Shocked

              Originally posted by Mooselini View Post
              Bulger didn't have the best game
              At this point I would start using Null to see if that position is one we can pass on in the draft. Otherwise great win, way to stop the losing streak.

              For no sacks on Bulger he should have been more effective.
              LA RAMMER

              It's Jim not Chris


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                Good job guys!

                Go Rams!!! :l
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              • MauiRam
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                "I just want to contribute in whatever fashion that is. I just want to help this team to be a better team. I just want to be a part of the team," he said.

                Setterstrom's No. 1 priority is staying healthy. Nearly two years have passed since his improbable rise into a starting role was scuttled by a double-dose of bad luck.

                Setterstrom, a 6-foot-4, 314-pounder from the University of Minnesota, was a seventh-round draft pick in 2006. He was among the inactives for the first nine games of his rookie season, finally suiting up for the 10th in a reserve role.

                As injuries ripped through the line, Setterstrom found himself starting at left guard the following week. He remained there for the rest of the year, then re-earned the job heading into the '07 season.

                In Week 3, while blocking on a field-goal attempt, Setterstrom tore a ligament and suffered cartilage damage in his left knee. He had surgery and was placed on injured reserve.

                After months of tedious and painful rehab, Setterstrom arrived at training camp last summer as the first-team right guard. But in the second preseason game, vs. San Diego, he fractured his right kneecap. Again, his season was over.

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              • Nick
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