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    :angryram: This is the fact.The Saints have own our number for the past 3 out of 4 encounters. Fact,we have given the games away with turnovers. Fact, they have every right to trash talk, they are the defending NFC West champions. Fact, our defensive unit is angry and they will not allow another word after Monday Night!
    The thought of losing to the Saints is not the issue. The thought that we beat ourselves and give them all the glory of victory is in fact the issue. So we put up or shut up come Monday Night.

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    Of course the rams are for real. The only reason the Aints have beat us is because of us. Turnovers SUCK!! we will KILL the Aints if we dont turn the ball over 8 times like the last game.

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    • FirebirdRamsam
      The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
      by FirebirdRamsam
      The good.......there was very little in the saints game.
      The bad.........there was alot!!!
      The Ugly........ditto!!!

      I was kind of afraid that the saints were going to pull off a victory. If anyone read my last post which read: Will the saints go marching on. It talks about a possibility of them having our number. For some reason the team plays with added intense due to their coach and team mates being fired up since we have been ex-superbowl winners who have won with bull **** flee flickers and screens and fancy plays. The saints coach seems to think that we are a bunch of crap players with crappy non-football plays.

      Truth is, the Rams beat the Rams fair and square!!! We lost the game due to silly penaltys, fumbles, interceptions, costly errors, un-special teams, blown plays and a missed field goal. If we played error free football or at least hanged on to the ball without giving it away with our fumbles and interceptions, we would have won yet as murphy's law plays out so many sundays, it was a game of 'what can go wrong will go wrong' and to think that the Rams are exempt from murphys law is wrong! It was bound to happen and I say good, why?

      Well, lets just say that the next time we play the saints on their turf, it will be a different game. We should learn from our mistakes and hopefully on the next meeting, we will be playing with a healthy Faulk, and fumbleless game, a zero interception, a game plan that will have many flee flickers, trick plays so that it will inferiate the saints coach and perhaps a few on side kicks to boot ;-). I think that the Rams have learned a valuable experience of this loss and that if they can bounce back and play with added aggression due to this loss, perhaps this will propel them into the nfc playoffs.

      This game against the saints truely was a horror film for the players as well as the fans and we didn't even get to see georgia for her halloween yearly appearance :mask: , darn!!! I believe that we see the saints mid december again. I will hope that we will bring with us a more intense game plan and an error free game in the georgia dome so that it can erase this bad taste that this last game left. And I hope that Martz will remember what the saint's coach said about the Rams and their so called plays so that he can fire up the team to seek revenge. I honestly don't think that the saints coach should be talking smack until he takes his team to the big dance and wins the big one! Rememeber, we walked the walk and can talk the talk since we are a past victorious superbowl team.

      We now have a 'bye' week to rest, gather our thoughts and hopefully allow Faulk to return with 100% healed on his knee.
      I predict a victory againt Carolina after the return from the bye week yet I will go out on a limb and predict.......no.....wait........
      I guarantee a victory (IE: Joe Namath/broadway Joe) against the...
      -10-29-2001, 06:45 PM
    • Saint Fanatik
      NFC South - Good For The Saints & Rams?
      by Saint Fanatik
      With the impending NFC West getting split up and the Saints going to the NFC South, do you all think that will “stunt” the growth of our teams’ rivalry? All they’ve (ESPN, Fox, etc.) been saying how this is a new and heated rivalry. Personally, I love the rivalry, although the games give me a coronary, I am sorry to see the conference split up.

      I like Kurt Warner. For that matter, who can’t? The guy has one of the greatest stories in the NFL plus the guy has been through hell and back. He’s a nice guy as well. In the same breath, he scares the hell out of me as a Saints fan.

      Do you all think that when our two team meet up maybe once a year AND in the playoffs, the rivalry will be as heated as it is now with the recent history?


      Prediction: December 17, 2001 - Saints vs. Rams - Highest Rated Monday Night Game of 2001. ;)
      -10-30-2001, 01:47 PM
    • rNemesis
      We can beat the Saints...
      by rNemesis
      next week if we play our style of football for the entire game . I really think we can, however, I dont think that this defense can afford to stay on the field for too long against that offense. Its probably best, and very important, that we keep it close and keep Brees off the field for as long as possible. Not exactly sure if we want to and are able to get in a shootout with them.
      That being said , I expect a hard fought game with the winner probably having the least amount of turnovers. This is, once again, a huge test for us because I feel that beating other teams outside of the division says a lot. If teams like the Browns and Cardinals can do it then we can too . No excuses here guys.
      I didnt mention the other teams on our schedule because our focus is not, nor should it be, on them. If I had to say which game would mean the most for us winning, its not the Chiefs in STL (ok, maybe I did ;) ) or the Seahawks in Seatle , its the CHAMPS in the Metrodome .
      I expect every bit of fight from our RAMS
      -12-05-2010, 07:09 PM
    • Guam rammer
      Haslette aints the Saints
      by Guam rammer
      There's no way haslette lets the Saints beat us with their offense. If we lose, it'll be because our O really can't get things together. I'm really stoked about the posibilities of our D going in there and getting it done!!!
      -11-11-2007, 05:09 AM
    • MauiRam
      Rams will face a rejuvenated Saints team ..
      by MauiRam
      BY JIM THOMAS Thursday, December 9, 2010 12:10 am


      Your offseason's a month shorter than most since you've been playing all the way into early February. And once the new season begins, there's a bull's-eye on your chest, because 31 other teams want to get where you've been.

      "We talked so much about that coming into the season," Saints quarterback Drew Brees said. "Everybody wants to accomplish what you accomplished less than a year ago. I think we knew coming into the season that we were going to get everybody's best performance, and that everybody would mark us on the calendar as kind of the team to beat until you prove otherwise."

      For the first couple of months of this season the Saints sure looked a little groggy. In 2009, the Saints started 13-0 en route to a 31-17 victory over Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLIV.

      This season, the Saints lurched out to a 4-3 start that included losses to a couple of less-than-stellar foes in Arizona and Cleveland. By New Orleans standards, the league's most dynamic offense of a year ago had to huff-and-puff its way to points.

      But just in time for the Rams, Sunday's opponent in the Louisiana Superdome, the Saints have started humming on offense. The Saints (9-3) have won five consecutive games, and during the last four victories have averaged 33 points. (They averaged a modest 21 points in their first eight contests.)

      "We're running the ball a little bit more effectively than maybe earlier in the season and that's been a point of emphasis for us," coach Sean Payton said. "I think that's helped us."

      Actually, the Saints have run it a lot more effectively. Through eight games, New Orleans averaged 84.8 yards per game and 3.6 yards per carry on the ground. Over the last four contests? Try 126 yards per game and 4.8 yards a carry.

      This has happened even though Pierre Thomas has been sidelined since suffering an ankle injury in Game 3 against Atlanta. The University of Illinois product was full participation in Wednesday's practice and is expected to return against the Rams. Reggie Bush missed eight games with a fractured fibula. Since returning on Thanksgiving against Dallas, he has only 10 touches in two games.

      The player who has rescued the Saints' running game is unheralded Chris Ivory, an undrafted rookie from Tiffin (Ohio) University. When it was mentioned during a conference call that not many people had heard of Ivory, Brees quipped: "I hadn't heard of him either."

      Saints opponents are learning about him the hard way. Ivory has rushed for 636 yards and is averaging a robust 5.2 yards a carry. He is coming off a 117-yard, two-touchdown outing against Cincinnati.

      "He's doing great," Brees said. "Just a guy, and we have a lot of these guys, the undrafted...
      -12-09-2010, 12:42 AM
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