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  • Who Rules The West!!!!!!!!!!

    WE DO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re: Who Rules The West!!!!!!!!!!

    :king: :O ;) :angryram: :ramlogo:

    Adm. William "Bull" Halsey


    • #3
      Re: Who Rules The West!!!!!!!!!!

      Who rules the West? It appears that the Rams still rule the West and the Seahawks have never had the grasp of it, as much as their fans tried to believe they did.


      • #4
        Re: Who Rules The West!!!!!!!!!!

        To be the best, YOU'VE GOT TO BEAT THE BEST!!!


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          Good Article on the front page of

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          Hyperbole? Sure. But I also truly believe it. At worst, Seattle and San Francisco are two of the three best teams in the NFL. At best, they are the top two.
          Pete Carroll has done a superb job in Seattle. Jim Harbaugh is, quite simply, one of the top coaches in the NFL. I think the Seahawks and ***** have the two finest defenses in the league -- they both punch you in the mouth. Seattle's "Legion of Boom" defensive backfield is the best in the business. San Francisco's linebackers are elite. And both clubs maul opponents with the defensive line. They punch you in the mouth running the football, too -- Seattle gets Marshawn Lynch in beast mode, while San Francisco rides Frank Gore and friends. Oh, and did I mention that each team boasts one of the best young quarterbacks in the game? Thirteen months ago, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick were ticketed to be backups. Now, they've proven to be clutch quarterbacks and are only getting better. These teams are deep, too -- both can sustain injuries during the course of the season. For example, key receivers Percy Harvin and Michael Crabtree are out for the bulk of the season (at least), but these teams are so good that you don't downgrade them.
          And that's just the top of the division. Don't sleep on the St. Louis Rams or Arizona Cardinals.

          Jeff Fisher is a fabulous coach, always getting his teams to overachieve. After inheriting a mess last year, Fisher somehow helped the Rams achieve a 4-1-1 record in the division. And all signs point to the Rams being better in 2013.Sam Bradford finally has continuity with his offensive coordinator, and he's a great fit with Brian Schottenheimer.Tavon Austin will be my pick for Offensive Rookie of the Year. I expect big things out of receiver Chris Givens, as well. Daryl Richardson has earned the top spot at running back. Jake Long helps solidify the offensive line. I love Chris Long and the defensive front. James Laurinaitis is a big-time linebacker. General manager Les Snead stole Alec Ogletree near the end of the first round in April. Janoris Jenkins is a play-making stud in his second year.
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          Seahags - 9 - 99 yards
          Rams - 7 - 59 yards
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          Whiners - 12 for 121 yards
          SeaHags - 10 - 84 yards
          Rams - 7 for 53 yards
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