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    For all you rams fan. Now is the time! Now is the time to be positive about our upcoming schedule. Get optimistic and get pumped. I may be going out on a limb here but i say we make playoffs.

    I may be jumping the gun, but i don't care. I say the only game we lose from here on out is against Pittsburgh. I say we beat the San Francisco *****, i say your wrong, If we can pressure smith like we did brees we can beat anyone. And brees is a much better QB than smith.

    Let's believe guys, Spagnolo said that after the last game he challanged his team and called them out, maybe not as voraciously as SJ39 but, he did tell them "you guys flat out cannot tackle and your professionals, get back to the basics." as said by him in a video before the saints game. They came out and responded, i also think we should credit him and ken flajole and sj39 on getting the defense going on the mental side and helping them tackle better.
    Spags says were a couple games away from being second in our division. Which to me is a great sign that he believes in this team, and he believes in his players. I like that!

    I dont know about you but i am a tired rams fan, and i am ready for playoffs. lets do this!!!

    :8 I bleed blue and gold!







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    Re: Now is the time..

    Originally posted by hawaiianpunch View Post
    I may be going out on a limb here but i say we make playoffs
    Playoffs? We win one game and you want to talk playoffs?
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    • #3
      Re: Now is the time..

      I am down with the faith for the team each week. However, the playoff talk is very premature.

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      • #4
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        Let's try to string some wins together before we talk playoffs.

        The tired old cliche "one game at a time" applies here. We have to build on what we accompished last week vs. New Orleans. We cannot let all the good will we garnered after last week's upset get ruined by a disgusting performance vs. John Skelton and the Arizona Cardinals. It goes without saying that we are not in a position to overlook ANYONE. We are still a 1-6 team with a huge hole to climb out of. We must continue improving across the board. If we can make a commitment to doing things the right way and playing to potential, the wins will take care of themselves.

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        • #5
          Re: Now is the time..

          I love the enthusiasm, my friend. Like the others said, and I agree, it's preemptive. However, who can honestly say they haven't thought about it?
          Always and Forever a fan of the St. Louis Rams

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          • #6
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            Hey, some positivity is always nice to see. While making the playoffs might be a bit farfetched, as of now, theres nothing wrong with being optimistic about it. Thats why we watch our team. Im right with you buddy. Lets just hope they can get a W in arizona. A second when in two weeks would be crucial in the teams and the fans confidence. They NEED to prove that the Saints win was no fluke.

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            • #7
              Re: Now is the time..

              Talking about the playoffs after one win is like a 18yr old about to get lucky for his first time and blows his load a little prematurely .

              Dont get me wrong I want to see it happy, let's see if we can win a road game first ya?

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              • #8
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                If the Rams can get to the playoffs, it would need to be a record breaking run for the ages.? Stranger things have happened though. The chances of the two big St.Louis sports teams, doing it in the same season must be near zero.? All Im realistically hoping for is some increased consistency from both our offense and defense, and the results will take care of themselves.?
                GO RAMS

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                • #9
                  Re: Now is the time..

                  The only thing that scares me is that we are a 3 point underdog this weekend. I thought that this would be a pickem' game....especially if Kolb is out.......Vegas know something we don't ? ?? ?

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                  • #10
                    Re: Now is the time..

                    Originally posted by hawaiianpunch View Post
                    I may be going out on a limb here but i say we make playoffs.










                    Out on a limb? You're standing on a TWIG. Oy vey.
                    "You people point your 'f'in' finger and say theres the bad guy....what that make you....good?" Tony Montana

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                    • #11
                      Re: Now is the time..

                      Isn't being 3point underdogs on the road a pickem game? Being that you get 3 points for being st home..

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                      • #12
                        Re: Now is the time..

                        This is the Mother of all trap games for us in what I'll call a trap season if it goes according to our m.o..

                        I'll not bite. I've been here before.

                        Be afraid. Be very afraid.
                        Look away. I'm hideous. __ Cozmo Kramer

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                        • #13
                          Re: Now is the time..

                          Just trying to keep the Optimism going.
                          Last edited by hawaiianpunch; -11-06-2011, 01:11 PM.

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