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  • Where do you see the Rams.....

    Now i know all of us 'hope' the Rams become a competitive team in the next few years, Bradford becomes a star, Onobun fulfills his potential, maybe even Selvie can become a sack master! I want to know what you guys 'think' the Rams will be like in say 2-3 years time?

    Do you think Bradford will have made this offense his own? Or will he be a bust?

    Will Jackson still be pounding away?

    How do you think future draft picks will turn out?

    Do you think Spags can mould a superbowl winning team?

    .....
    Last edited by Bing69; -08-24-2010, 09:38 AM.

  • #2
    Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

    16-0 this year.

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    • #3
      Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

      Trevor, you're a moron.

      We'll be 19-0.

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      • #4
        Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

        Originally posted by DPskywalker View Post
        Trevor, you're a moron.

        We'll be 19-0.
        We can do without the name calling.

        19-0 works for me though.
        sigpic :ram::helmet:

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        • #5
          Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

          I want to know what you guys 'think' the Rams will be like in say 2-3 years time?
          Different than it does now. It will be much improved, maybe even a playoff contender. Certain positions (QB, OT, MLB, DE) will have their anchors; which have been missing for a while. They won't be SB contenders, but they could win the West.

          Do you think Bradford will have made this offense his own? Or will he be a bust?
          Yes, Bradford will be the face of the offense. It will be molded to his strengths.

          Will Jackson still be pounding away?
          No, he will not. He will still be a starter, but his touches will be cut in half if that many. A good 2nd RB, maybe even 3rd, will be more visible.

          How do you think future drfat picks will turn out?
          I think DeSpags has shown to be credible voices in a warroom. I see no reason to believe that will change in the future. Two specific picks I see turning out........ 2011 first rounder, WR A.J. Green & 2012 first rounder, DE Aldon Smith.

          Do you think Spags can mould a superbowl winning team?
          He absolutely could. Will he? Hmm, hopefully.
          The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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          • #6
            Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

            we need a new OC first.

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            • #7
              Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

              It is very hard to predict the future so early into Spags reign. In all honesty, the offense looks horrendous again if the ball isn't in SJs hands. In addition SJ will probably be in sharp decline the next few years. Bradford should provide some spark, but we need to have another good running back in the works, and I mean right now.

              If we can land a decent running back and an pro-bowl potential wide out in the next couple of years, we might be contending for the division.

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              • #8
                Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

                2010: Poor season, 4-6 wins.
                2011: Good season. 8-10 wins, playoff appearance.
                2012: Good season, 9-11 wins, playoff appearance and a win or two.
                2013: 8-10 wins, minor step back, get to the playoffs, but don't do anything.
                2014: We take the next step up, 12 wins, Super Bowl Champions.

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                • #9
                  Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

                  Originally posted by HUbison View Post
                  Different than it does now. It will be much improved, maybe even a playoff contender. Certain positions (QB, OT, MLB, DE) will have their anchors; which have been missing for a while. They won't be SB contenders, but they could win the West.

                  Yes, Bradford will be the face of the offense. It will be molded to his strengths.

                  No, he will not. He will still be a starter, but his touches will be cut in half if that many. A good 2nd RB, maybe even 3rd, will be more visible.

                  I think DeSpags has shown to be credible voices in a warroom. I see no reason to believe that will change in the future. Two specific picks I see turning out........ 2011 first rounder, WR A.J. Green & 2012 first rounder, DE Aldon Smith.

                  He absolutely could. Will he? Hmm, hopefully.
                  Dead on on all points in my opinion, especially about Jackson and that's the one thing that scares me the most. This team doesn't as of yet have a legit "waiting in the wings" kind of guy to step into Jacksons shoes. The Rams can ill afford the let him touch the rock as many times as he did last year, if he has to do that 2011 could be his last dance!
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                  • #10
                    Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

                    Well, as I havent been impressed with much that the post Linewho era hasn accomplished, this is my, not-so-company man take


                    Do you think Bradford will have made this offense his own? Or will he be a bust?

                    I still do not think that Bradford has what it takes to be an average NFL QB. I stand by Ndominating Suh as the pick of choice here. There have been too many Oklahoma QB products in recent years that excelled and won Heismans under the Stoops we trust system that havent translated well into the NFL. I still see no reason to think differently here other than to be the company man and say he will be great.


                    Will Jackson still be pounding away?

                    This is a multi tiered query as many outsiders critizie the Ram's O-line. However for the past few years SJ has proven he can get it done with or without an O-line. That says a lot about his tenancity and talent. If an individual can perform WITH NO SUPPORT, then that individual is indeed a special player. SJ has about 3-4 more years of pounding IMO.

                    Which leads me into the other tier of this discussion. If and if our O line is as terrible as outsiders say, and IF and IF Bradford is a special player, then he should be able to CREATE opportunity when none is there, O-line or not. If Bradford can be like Archie Manning in his Saints Hey days (bad team but still productive player), then I'll finally agree he was a good pick.

                    How do you think future draft picks will turn out?

                    Given the drafts that this regime has completed Ill have to say that the furture is bleak. I say this because we passed on a sure a bet as there ever was in Ndominationg Suh as well as the head scratchers and misjudged picks we currently have.

                    IE Spags' love with the CB position when other need or more talented positon players were available.

                    And Im gonan say it in un company man like fashion, taking Jason Smith.
                    whatever you want to say about this #2 pick, the fact remains that being on the Injured reserve for most of your career just is not a promising start. Great players seem to spark from the get go, stay off IR from the onset.

                    The only picks Ive really liked by this regime are the tail end of this past draft with the DE selections.

                    Yes JLaura seems to be a nice pick, but his impact for the Rams hasnt done anything to help the defense as of yet.


                    Do you think Spags can mould a superbowl winning team?

                    I really think Spags need to stay a D coordinator. He really seems lost as a HC, and the people he is surrounding himself with are only emphasizing that fact IE Pat Shurmer who seems like he is emulating his father as a D coordinator, as Pats Offensive numbers look like great defensive numbers.

                    In any event thats the way I feel, and while it will more than likely rub most of you the wrong way-- someones got to say it.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

                      Originally posted by punahou View Post
                      In any event thats the way I feel, and while it will more than likely rub most of you the wrong way-- someones got to say it.
                      You say that as if you speak the truth that no one will admit to, as opposed to your opinion. That is you opinion and you are entitled to it, I just happen to disagree.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

                        Instead of Revis, Jackson, and McNeil holding out, it will be Murphy, Alexander, and Saffold holding out.

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                        • #13
                          Re: Where do you see the Rams.....

                          Originally posted by punahou View Post
                          Do you think Bradford will have made this offense his own? Or will he be a bust?

                          I still do not think that Bradford has what it takes to be an average NFL QB. I stand by Ndominating Suh as the pick of choice here. There have been too many Oklahoma QB products in recent years that excelled and won Heismans under the Stoops we trust system that havent translated well into the NFL. I still see no reason to think differently here other than to be the company man and say he will be great.
                          You mean Jason White with two blown out knees? Or Josh Heupel who won a NC with an arm that was made from a Jell-O mold by the end of his senior year?

                          Cum hoc ergo proctor hoc, dude.

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                          • the chosen1
                            If Rams do decide to go with Bradford...
                            by the chosen1
                            barring any set backs, I think even if we do go 4-12 or 3-13 with a rookie QB, we need to keep Spags here. I think he is the right guy for this team and if he is given time he can build a team that contend for the future. Im not really worried about next year as I think that we are going to rebuild till then but the 2011 season is where we should really expect anything. Go RAMS

                            Bradford
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                            and a new defense ran by Spags should contend for the future for many years.
                            -03-08-2010, 07:15 PM
                          • laram0
                            What do we do now?
                            by laram0
                            I'm not sure which of the following applies:

                            1. Our RAMS "have" a legitimate chance of winning the NFC West.

                            2. Our RAMS "had" a legitimate chance of winning the NFC West.

                            If #1 applies than we have to do something to shore up our depleted WR corp.. There's no way we will be successful as a one dimensional team. Bradford needs a go to guy of the deep pass variety. I have no faith in Robinson, Gibson is servicable, Amendola is a ball control type of receiver and well we don't know what we have in Gilyard yet. What can we do? Has the trade deadline passed? Who's out there? Should we have gone after Vincent Jackson or Deion Branch? Or does any of this really matter? Which leads me to option #2.

                            What exactly is in the business plan if you will? Maybe Despags is satisfied with how things are going and the plan calls for year 3 to be the year we go all out to win at any expense? I really believe we have done alot better this season than was expected by DeSpags. Let's face it they're not going to come out in the public at let us in on their plan. Are they satisfied with we "had" a chance or are they going to step it up and go for it now?


                            Whichever applies......

                            As always.....

                            GO RAMS!!!!!
                            -10-30-2010, 10:34 AM
                          • 1980RAMS
                            How do you feel about this season?
                            by 1980RAMS
                            Its a new year and where starting fresh. I hope that Bradford has a decent year. He is a rookie and it will be a learning year for him I am sure.

                            What do you guys think?
                            -08-04-2010, 01:11 PM
                          • tomahawk247
                            Do the Rams play out of the shotgun more next year if they take Bradford?
                            by tomahawk247
                            Its looking increasingly likely that Bradford will be our first round pick this evening. There has been some criticism that Bradford has come from a spread offense, despite the fact that he did play under center often at Oklahoma.

                            There has also been talk of Jason Smith being moved to left tackle, and a possibility that Alex Barron gets traded on draft day. At Baylor, Smith often played out of a two point stance at tackle. Some questioned his ability to run block as a result of this, but from his play last year, especially in the Detroit game, i think its clear there is no run blocking issues.

                            However, if Smith and Bradford are more comfortable running out of a shotgun kind of offense, do you think we will see it used more than it has in the past?

                            I can see it happening, but im not sure because obviously the offensive focal point is Steven Jackson, and the shotgun makes it more difficult to run the ball.
                            -04-22-2010, 04:13 AM
                          • Revenge
                            The plan all along?
                            by Revenge
                            With A.J Feeley out this week with a injury to his hand, Sam Bradford will start. but I think even If A.J Hadn't gotten injured, Sam would still end up starting this game. the plan I think was to ease Sam through the first 2 games, and then Let him start the 3rd game where the starters play into the 3rd Qrt. the only difference now is that Spags can say that Sam is only starting because of the Injury to A.J, I think it's clear that Sam will be our opening day starter, IF he drives us down the field againts the Pats.

                            Go Rams
                            -08-25-2010, 03:22 PM
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