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    OK, thats the by week done and dusted. now its on to those Panthers who swept us last year.

    Scores please, get them in by Thursday and I will include them in the newsletter.

    Mine ??? .................. well, OK :o

    Here me out now. I think this will be a tight game with the Rams squeeking out a win.

    Rams 28 - Panthers 21 :rolleyes:

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  • #2
    I think we are going to be a little rusty out of the gate. The Panthers are very hungry for a win. Games in our division are always closer than they should be.

    The difference will be playing at home and a guy named Faulk.

    Rams 31
    Panthers 20

    Expect the Rams to be behind at the half with a strong Rams fourth quarter.

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    • #3
      I'm not even going to try anymore, RamDez. I picked the Jaguars, Steelers, Browns, and Seattle. Man, this season is starting to bug! How's anyone supposed to pick the winners when everyone that is supposed to win or lose...doesn't?! I think I'll pick the Titans to lose every week. Everytime I do, they end up winning. :p
      Last edited by ; -11-05-2001, 03:28 PM.

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      • #4
        Rams are pissed...panthers suck...panthers swept us last year...

        Rams 38
        P-cats 7

        Rams go back to #1 in power polls we're they belong...much jubilation amongst continues ;) :o

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        • #5
          Originally posted by DJRamFan
          Rams are pissed...panthers suck...
          Right on DJ. LMAO

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Atlas
            I'm not even going to try anymore, RamDez. I picked the Jaguars, Steelers, Browns, and Seattle. Man, this season is starting to bug! How's anyone supposed to pick the winners when everyone that is supposed to win or lose...doesn't?! I think I'll pick the Titans to lose every week. Everytime I do, they end up winning. :p
            Yep, I did the same this week and look what happened :eek:

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            • #7
              :eek: :eek: Rams win in a blow out ..... Our boyz are PISSED .... and its Panther-fodder time !!!


              RAMS 45

              fodder 10


              :confused: :confused:
              DASPEERMAN!!!!!!
              "Life should NOT be a journey to the grave intending on arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, martini in hand, body thoroughly used up, worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!"

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              • #8
                I also have a feeling this weeks game will be close.The Panthers havent won since week 1 and teams on a losing streak are always dangerous.Rams in another nailbiter.


                RAMS 24 PANTHERS 20


                GO RAMS! STAY FOCUSED! WIN!
                ST.LOUIS RAMS:THE MOST FRUSTRATING TEAM IN THE NFL!!!

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                • #9
                  I hope this isn't a close one. I can't handle it after that series.

                  I know the Panthers are thirsty for a win, but I think the Rams are thirstier to pound someone into the turf after handing that game to NO. I'm still drinking Maalox.

                  C'mon, we all know why the Panthers swept us last year...

                  Rams 37
                  Panthers 24

                  I'm giving Weinke some room to score here, sorry Rams D.

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                  • #10
                    My gut says the Rams O will be rusty, but special teams will make a comeback and the D is pissed.

                    Rams 31
                    Kitty Cats 10

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                    • #11
                      With all the quarterback trouble the Panthers are having, I see many turnovers in the Rams favor.


                      Rams 42

                      Panthers 10 :p

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                      • #12
                        White panthers...

                        Welcome BigDaddy to theee one and only ClanRam!

                        Let's see now, healthy St. Louis Rams..., ailing Carolina Panthers... hmmm, I would expect the black felines coming out pale white after this game against the Ram stampede: STL 42 - CAR 6.
                        :mad: GO RAMS!!!

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                        • #13
                          This is the week that the Rams start their glorious march to the Super Bowl.

                          Rams 56

                          Panthers 3

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                          • #14
                            Ramcrazy took my guess. Can we have the same guess? If so, 42-10--the Marshall is back in town! If not, then 42-9, kicker gets injured and doesn't get the extra!:evil:

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                            • #15
                              THIS WEEK IM ON!!

                              I messed up last time not following my gut but following my heart.

                              This week though it is ALL Rams after the first half rust is shaken off. Revenege from last year and mental mistakes last game are erased with a good old fashion a$$ whoop'in.

                              Rams 42
                              Panthers 13

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                              • RamDez
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                                Scores only, please.

                                Mine:

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                                Rams 28-17.

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                              • Guam rammer
                                Its time to roll!!! ******will fall!!!!
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