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    the Rams kept bringing it and got the win after Holmie and the 'Hawks shut it down. Good job.

    Hopefully the Seahawks can learn how to finish a game, it was one of their weaknesses last year too.

  • #2
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    This is developing into a great rivalry. See you guys later in the year! :ramlogo:


    • #3
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      well the first thing you do is you dont stop in the second half and start reading your stats LOL.

      Good teams finish game.

      But well done for coming back and showing your face. It shows more bottle than your team ;)

      Keeping the Rams Nation Talking


      • #4
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        I think we had something to do with them shutting it down. Marc was "Joe" like!


        • #5
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          I commend bluengreen for coming back and admitting defeat. I doubt we see that from other Seahawk fans.



          • #6
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            A bottle of Pick stuff later and I'm a happy man. :ramlogo:

            Adm. William "Bull" Halsey


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