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  • I blame the offense for the loss

    Take out the 6 points on blown field goals
    Take out the 14 points on fumbles
    put in the int in the end zone giving 7 points

    That 27 points on the offense

    Yes the defence was bad but green bay is not so bad on offense .Therfore
    I blame the offense for this loss.

  • #2
    Re: I blame the offense for the loss

    I blame the horrific fake FG call.

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    • #3
      Re: I blame the offense for the loss

      Originally posted by ramavenger
      Take out the 6 points on blown field goals
      The field goal unit isn't a part of the offense. It's special teams.

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      • #4
        Re: I blame the offense for the loss

        Originally posted by NickSeiler
        The field goal unit isn't a part of the offense.
        Granted......however, it is the OC/HC making the calls when it comes to FG's.



        :ramlogo:
        Curly ~ Horns

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        • #5
          Re: I blame the offense for the loss

          Originally posted by Ferter
          Granted......however, it is the OC/HC making the calls when it comes to FG's.
          He said he blamed the offense, not the OC/HC.

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          • #6
            Re: I blame the offense for the loss

            Granted.......however, what's the difference........LOL



            :smile:
            Curly ~ Horns

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            • #7
              Re: I blame the offense for the loss

              We're talking apples and oranges, I suppose.

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              • #8
                Re: I blame the offense for the loss

                I bet the worm in that apple could rush for 150 on this defense. :confused:

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                • #9
                  Re: I blame the offense for the loss

                  You're right, the offense should take most of the blame. They get most of the salary cap money, they should be held up to a higher parameter.

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                  • #10
                    Re: I blame the offense for the loss

                    How many yards did Davenport run for again?

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                    • #11
                      Re: I blame the offense for the loss

                      You're right, the offense should take most of the blame. They get most of the salary cap money, they should be held up to a higher parameter.
                      Funny, I seem to recall making that point repeatedly last year when I said the offense was underachieving and that they should be a little more consistent based on the talent level we had. In response I got regularly lambasted for expecting this offense to resemble "the greatest show".

                      What a difference a year makes.
                      Clannie Nominee for ClanRam's Thickest Poster

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                      • #12
                        Re: I blame the offense for the loss

                        Its funny, most of the salary cap has gone to the offense while most of the picks of the first 2 rounds have gone to the defense. At this time, it seems neither strategy is working. Maybe we should switch the strategy and maybe it has already started with Stephen Jackson.

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                        • #13
                          Re: I blame the offense for the loss

                          Originally posted by Yodude
                          Funny, I seem to recall making that point repeatedly last year when I said the offense was underachieving and that they should be a little more consistent based on the talent level we had. In response I got regularly lambasted for expecting this offense to resemble "the greatest show".

                          What a difference a year makes.
                          I wouldn't necessarily expect "the greatest show on turf" but a few more points than 17 shouldn't be unrealistic.

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                          • #14
                            Re: I blame the offense for the loss

                            I wouldn't necessarily expect "the greatest show on turf" but a few more points than 17 shouldn't be unrealistic.
                            No argument there!
                            Clannie Nominee for ClanRam's Thickest Poster

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                            • #15
                              Re: I blame the offense for the loss

                              I have been expecting more points from the offense all season and they are not producing. It's strange, since there is so much talent there.
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                              • onslaught11
                                How bad is our offense?
                                by onslaught11
                                The Rams have scored 39 points through 4 games. This is the second lowest total in the league. The Saints have scored 38 points but they did that playing 3 games so far.

                                Let look at the Rams points total and see how much can be contributed to the offense. I give credit to the offense scoring if on a field goal they move more than 30+ yards and credit for a touchdown if they move 40+ yards.

                                Looking at it I have to give the special team 10 points because Dante Hall return for a TD against Dallas (7pts) and Dante Hall 60 yd return against Carolina (3pts).

                                I have to give the Defense 6 points for Clifton Ryan sack, FF, Fumble recovery against the ***ers. The offense only move the ball 10 yds before kicking a field goal. The fumble recovered against TB. I believe the offense moved it 25 yds before it kicked a field goal (3pts)

                                I think I got everything but I might be missing a credit for defense or special team.

                                All and all that leaves the offense credit for 23pts. Average that out and that leave 5.75 pts a game. Less than a TD a game scoring by the offense.

                                That is pathetic.:\
                                -10-03-2007, 06:32 AM
                              • laram0
                                How many points will our 2007 Offense Score?
                                by laram0
                                The GSOT teams scored:

                                1999- 526 points
                                2000- 540 points
                                2001- 503 points

                                How will the 2007 version do?
                                Less than 400 points
                                0.00%
                                0
                                401-450 points
                                20.00%
                                5
                                451-500 points
                                52.00%
                                13
                                over 500 points
                                28.00%
                                7
                                -04-25-2007, 08:26 AM
                              • fearlessone
                                Two timeouts and seven points ...
                                by fearlessone
                                I do not like the 2 timeouts but I do Love the 7 points!

                                7-0 RAMS :tongue:
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                                -01-08-2005, 02:54 PM
                              • RockinRam
                                20 Points Each Game...Just 20 Points...
                                by RockinRam
                                And we would be 6-1. Heck, we might even be 7-0 because confidence and mentality goes a long way.


                                20 points is the amount of points we have needed to score each week to win the game (I'm not including the abomination in Detroit).

                                Just 20 points!

                                Two touchdowns, two field goals.

                                It's really not that hard.


                                So, what does this mean. It means several things.


                                1. Our defense is keeping us in games, and even basically handing us a WIN.

                                2. Our offense cannot take full advantage of the opportunities our defense gives them.

                                3. The play-calling. Some very surprising conservative calls. No screens or "more exciting plays" after the half? Not taking advantage of our personnel.




                                It must be frustrating for the defense to see their hard work of fending off their opponents wittle away into wasted effort because the offense cannot finish off the game.

                                The defense has been playing solid this year, even with some missed opportunities and some missed tackling. For the most part, they are giving us VERY WINNABLE CHANCES every Sunday.



                                It's time for Pat Shurmur and Steve Spagnuolo to step it up, and show that they can make this team play good football for 4 quarters.

                                It's time for Sam Bradford to step it up even more, and show that he will be rookie of the year.

                                It's time for the receivers to step it up and prove that they will make this team next year.

                                It's time for the offensive line to step it up and give our rookie passer solid protection. It's time that they blow open holes for Jackson.

                                It's time for our tight ends to distinguish themselves due to a lackluster receiving corps.

                                It's time for Darby to step it up, and prove that he CAN be our #2 back.


                                20 points is all the defense is asking. It's time for this offense to step it up.
                                -10-25-2010, 04:53 PM
                              • r8rh8rmike
                                Rams Offense Is Historically Impotent
                                by r8rh8rmike
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