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    Well, with a running game on medical leave, O line banged up, Ty Law hurt.....does that play into the Rams favor coming off a bye week?

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    Re: Patriots limping into STL

    Originally posted by txramsfan
    Well, with a running game on medical leave, O line banged up, Ty Law hurt.....does that play into the Rams favor coming off a bye week?
    Well, it sure couldn't hurt anything.
    The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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      Re: Patriots limping into STL

      It certainly does play into the Rams favor. I won't be using injuries as an excuse for losing, you put your best 45 men out there...but the list of walking wounded ought to be pretty big this week.

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        Re: Patriots limping into STL

        The Patriots had virtually no injury problems last year. It had to happen sooner or later. Lucky for us it's all happening right before the Rams play them.

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          Re: Patriots limping into STL

          Originally posted by ZigZagRam
          The Patriots had virtually no injury problems last year. It had to happen sooner or later. Lucky for us it's all happening right before the Rams play them.
          That's not true. Ted Washington broke his leg and was out for at least 6 weeks. Colvin broke his hip in the second game and was done for the season. Vrabel broke his arm and was out for several weeks. Bruschi was out with a bad knee for quite awhile. There were more, but I can't remember the specifics, but I do remember this one stat: The Patriots had 42 different starters last year.

          That is why a team needs depth.

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            Re: Patriots limping into STL

            Most of the time I would be screaming "Run the damn ball",but this week I think the Rams should pass,pass,pass.If our defense made "Jay Jay the wrecked airplane" look like Joe Montana imagine what Brady will look like.Well,he'll probably play like Tom Brady which is why the Rams will have to put up alot of points to win this one.I think if our D can create a couple of TO's we might pull this one out.GO RAMS!!!!!
            ST.LOUIS RAMS:THE MOST FRUSTRATING TEAM IN THE NFL!!!

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            • #7
              Re: Patriots limping into STL

              Yes it does TX, I think that Bruce and Holt will both have huge games but only if the O line holds up and gives Bulger time....Holt with 1 catch at the fins, will certainly be bitting at the Bit to get the game going!!!!... Jackson is going to get his yards too, 221 yards the Pits put up....a good run-pass ratio we will WIN this....I SOOOOOOOO WANT TO WIN THIS GAME!!!!


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              "The breakfast Club":helmet:

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