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    Hey guys...not really a troll. I am looking forward to the game next week. The Pats just got their ass kicked by the Steelers and they should be pretty mean, but things look real bad on the injury front. Dillon did not play. BOTH starting tackles got injured. Law went out in the 1st quarter. The UDFA that took his place got injured and they had the FS playing corner. Doesn't bode well for all of the excellent receivers that the Rams have.

    Anyway, I'll be lurking here for the next week, and you guys are all free to come on by PatriotsPlanet to talk about the upcoming game as well.

  • #2
    Re: Patriots Troll Alert!

    Many thanks, UT#59, for your up-to-the-minute update. Welcome to the Rams' ClanRam! :helmet:

    From your report the Patriots were almost decimated by injuries today. Sorry about that.

    I look forward to an exciting game Vs. NE. Can the Pats lose two in a row after being undefeated 'till today? Will we, the Rams, confirm that we are limping and lamenting as far as achievements from the defense is concerned?

    Big, BIG game for us at midway 2004. Let's get it on! :angryram:


    • #3
      Re: Patriots Troll Alert!

      With the way things have been going, I don't think 150 yds would be out of the question for Kevin Faulk next week. :redface:

      This should be a great game. The Patriots will be playing angry, while the Rams will get their first shot at avenging that SuperBowl loss.

      Hopefully the good guys can pull a strong defensive performance out of their ass and upset the mighty Patriots.


      • #4
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        How is C. Dillon doing -- injured and out for Sunday? Or questionable...


        • #5
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          The Dillon situation was weird. On Wednesday he was not on the injury report. Thursday he was questionable, Friday he was doubtful. But then he warmed up and ran before the game and looked fine, but was not activated. So who knows if he'll play? My gut tells me he will.

          What is more important to the Patriots offense right now is whether the two starting offensive tackles will play this week.

          We'll see what the injury report looks like on Wednesday.


          • #6
            Re: Patriots Troll Alert!

            Originally posted by UT59
            We'll see what the injury report looks like on Wednesday.
            Yea, like Billy B. will give anything away on the injury report. I don't know who's injury report is more mis-leading, Belicheck or Shannahan. Of course, not that there's anything wrong with that. I love watching the cat-and-mouse games coaches play with the NFL and the injury report. I wish more coaches were as creative. It's the best football to be found on Wednesdays.
            The more things change, the more they stay the same.


            • #7
              Re: Patriots Troll Alert!

              Oh yeah, he never gives away much, but its the best thing we Patriots fans can go by for any indication.


              • #8
                Re: Patriots Troll Alert!

                Hey Undertaker, what's the story in your signature of "Girlie Pic Thread?" I'm afraid I didn't have time to read anything. :redface: Do other team fan sites have those? I think Tx should set that up on this site. He made a nice contribution yesterday! How about it Tx? We could be onto something here!


                • #9
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                  Story? No is what it says. No porn, but lots of beautiful women. No reading required. ;) But, yeah, we got the idea from ChiefsPlanet.


                  • #10
                    Re: Patriots Troll Alert!

                    Originally posted by Undertaker #59
                    Story? No is what it says. No porn, but lots of beautiful women. No reading required. ;) But, yeah, we got the idea from ChiefsPlanet.
                    The LPGA will never be the same.
                    The more things change, the more they stay the same.


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