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  • #31
    Re: WzzzUp Rams Fans

    Originally posted by saintsbro View Post
    We've outscored opponents in the 4th quarter, some ridiculous thing like 91-18.
    If you were to tell me that the Saints would outscore THE RAMS in the 4th quarter 91-18, I'd believe it.

    We are no match this week.
    The Rams... Where dreams go to die.

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    • #32
      Re: WzzzUp Rams Fans

      Originally posted by Ahmedrams81 View Post
      Offensively, we know what Jaxx can do. I think Burton is going to step up big time in this game. Outside of Sharper, that secondary isn't too great. Of course, our defense has to create some turnovers. It's very possible, as Drew Brees has not been looking all that great these past few games. IMO there i sno way the Saints should be undefeated right now. The Phins, Falcons,a nd panthers should have beaten them, espicially the phins and panthers. I think if our offense can jump us out to a lead, we will be able to hold up strong unlike those other teams........
      Why??? Because they got a lead? I dont understand.

      We outscored the panthers 30-6 in the final 3 quarters. So we had a bad 1st quarter, ( We overcame 4 turnovers ) does that mean they played a better game?

      We outscored the Phins 43-20 in the final 3 quarters. ( We overcame 4 turnovers ) Does this mean Miami should have won?

      If the Rams are up 14-10 at the half and the Saints end up winning 48 -17, should the Rams have won the game?
      Last edited by ; -11-13-2009, 08:21 PM.

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      • #33
        Re: WzzzUp Rams Fans

        To win a football game, it takes 4 solid, consistent quarters of good football to win. Even if the Rams jump ahead in the first quarter, even in the first half, there is no guarantee that we can hold on that. Look what happened in the Jacksonville game. Ugh.

        Especially now that we are playing against Brees instead of Leftwich, and a scoring-frenzy team like the Saints instead of a mediocre team like the Jags.

        What I'm saying is that we have to play better than our best to win.

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        • #34
          Re: WzzzUp Rams Fans

          Originally posted by Toicat View Post
          OK Eric...I thought that ya had me on the "Ramfans" wearing bags picture. I sent the photo off to the Jet Propulsion Lab and they have determined that those are not true Ram Fans wearing bags, but rather Seahawk and 49'er fans that somehow managed to break-in the RCA Dome.

          Thanks for the photo, it will keep us all (True Ram Fans) on High Alert!

          Best,
          OMG to funny girl!

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          • #35
            Re: WzzzUp Rams Fans

            Yes it would take 60 good football minutes to win against the saints. The unfortunate truth is that the rams often play well in the first half and the game is close, and then something happens in the second half and the game gets away from them. I swear we were in some of those games that ended up being shut outs, at least for the first half.

            This game will be won or lost in the second half. Apparently sometimes it takes the Saints a while to warm up, or their coaching staff is trying to figure out what works and what doesn't. Hopefully our coaching staff is watching and adjusting also. It is hard for me to tell how good our coaching is right now, but we certainly have not played well in the second half. Good teams, good players, good coaches, are going to find ways of winning in the second half.

            I am just hoping for a close game and some scoring by the Rams. I hope Bulger looks good this week. We need him to step up and play well.
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            • #36
              Re: WzzzUp Rams Fans

              Hey Showerbeers, thanks for the update! I'm hoping that we will be able to see all our wide receivers come out and have a consistent game and not necessarily have great down the field catches but enough short to medium passes to keep the running game effective. Possibly Burton will command more attention to see Gibson's talents. By the way how did you come up with the name showerbeers?

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