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  • Can we beat Packers?

    I think we will come out in full force on Rodgers but he will still put up 3-4 TD's/300-400 yards. I don't think they will contain #39 and hope that we can play with effort.

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    That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
    sigpic :ram::helmet:


    • #3
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      If Green Bay plays down to their opponent, Rams pressure Rodgers, and the offense plays as good as they are capable of.. then YES!


      • #4
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        In a word.



        • #5
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          Is this a trick question?
          If a team won their division seven straight times, that would be a NFL record. Now add on that team did it with seven different QB's in seven straight years,that record is unbeatable. To do that feat, you must of had a great Defense. Jack Youngblood was the captain of that defense.


          • #6
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            I think it's undoubtedly a loss; however, I'd love to see this be a game where we really fought hard with them and saw legitimate progress. On the other hand, this could be a game that easily gets out of hand.
            Always and Forever a fan of the St. Louis Rams


            • #7
              Re: Can we beat Packers?

              Originally posted by Varg6 View Post
              I think it's undoubtedly a loss; however, I'd love to see this be a game where we really fought hard with them and saw legitimate progress. On the other hand, this could be a game that easily gets out of hand.
              Exactly, Varg6. It could be a game where we see fight and heart, or, a game that can EASILY become a laugher and another horrible a** Bernie Miklasz article...

              I definitely see a loss here...this is a really bad team against the defending champs who have shown, thus far, no signs whatsoever of slowing down anytime soon...

              I also think the question is wrong...YOu should NEVER ask " Can Rams beat ____? OF COURSE THEY CAN!!! The question should be " WILL be beat Packers?"

              The answer is no. 34-14 PACK. If not 34-14 then 31-17...


              • #8
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                If we had our two starting corners, maby even our nickel Murphy, then yes I would have confidence.The fact is, with our starting corners out against the best receiving core and arguably the best quarterback in the league, were just completely overmatched.I still have faith in the Rams every week though. IMO, Jackson needs to have a monster game so we can control the clock. Thats our only chance.


                • #9
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                  I'm not feeling it.


                  • #10
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                    Rams get beat by 40.


                    • #11
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                      Rams offense has its coming out party.

                      Packers 50 Rams 17


                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by NJ Ramsfan1 View Post
                        Rams offense has its coming out party.

                        Packers 50 Rams 17
                        lmao, now thats funny


                        • #13
                          Re: Can we beat Packers?

                          Can we? Yes.

                          Will we? I'm thinking no, but that won't stop me from cheering them on.


                          • #14
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                            Somebody needs to catch the ball......


                            • #15
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                              No, we cannot win, 0-5 is next, Pack wins 36-6.


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