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  • If the Rams win next week, I'll be happy... regardless.

    At this point in the season, given all that has happened, I'm happy that the Rams still have a shot at the playoffs. I hope things work out and they make it, but if they beat the Jets, who will be motivated and are a tough team, I'll be happy. Even if it doesn't work out so the Rams make the playoffs, I'll be happy to end the season on a positive note and move on to the offseason.

    That said... I sure hope the Rams make the playoffs!

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    Re: If the Rams win next week, I'll be happy... regardless.

    Like I said last week, it's like a p-season game if they do! This team is spent and they need to rebuild hard in the off-season. Big coaching changes possibly. Don't kid yourself, the coaching is a big problem!

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      Re: If the Rams win next week, I'll be happy... regardless.

      Originally posted by theodus69
      Like I said last week, it's like a p-season game if they do! This team is spent and they need to rebuild hard in the off-season. Big coaching changes possibly. Don't kid yourself, the coaching is a big problem!
      No doubt, but do you really think the FO will take a hit on swallowing MM's last year?

      Our FO members are not exactly the best economists and are cheap in all the wrong places. Although I dislike Steinbreiner, I do like his win at all costs mentality to some degree.

      Hoping for some positive changes but I remain realistic considering the personnel in the decision making department.
      Socrates: Surf to live! and Live to Surf!

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      • #4
        Re: If the Rams win next week, I'll be happy... regardless.

        I'd also like to see the Rams come out and play hard against a talented Jets team and make the playoffs. If it doesn't happen, well, sometimes it doesn't happen - it's the nature of the sport - and we can start looking full time to next year.

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        • #5
          Re: If the Rams win next week, I'll be happy... regardless.

          I want the Rams to beat the Jets this week. It may not mean that they get to go to the playoffs, but it will leave me with a big smile if they win their last game.

          If I was coaching, I would be looking at the Jets games where NE, Pittsburgh, and even the Cardinals kept the Jet's offense from scoring many points. Don't watch the Seattle game. Nothing to see there.
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          • #6
            Re: If the Rams win next week, I'll be happy... regardless.

            That's your best post in a while dude.....good job! :king:
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