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  • Marcus Peters had a message for Amari Cooper after Rams' win

    By: Cameron DaSilva | 2 hours ago Follow @camdasilva


    There was plenty of talk leading up to Saturdays game about the matchup between Amari Cooper and the Los Angeles Rams cornerbacks. With Cooper, Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib all spending three-plus years in the AFC West playing against each other, they had plenty of past history.

    Cooper did the most talking leading up to the game, saying he knows Peters and Talib inside and out.


    Obviously I know their tendencies, but at the same time, they know mine, Cooper said, via the Dallas Morning News. I think it definitely helps me. I played against those guys twice a year, both of them. I know them in and out, how they play. And Im able to tell my teammates, my quarterback their tendencies.

    Knowing their tendencies didnt exactly work out well for Cooper, who was held to just 65 yards on six catches with one touchdown. It was a complete team effort holding him in check, not singularly Peters or Talibs doing.


    After the game, Peters had a message for Cooper.

    These scary-(expletive) was talkin (expletive)! he yelled toward Cowboys players, per Robert Klemko of the MMQB. What now?

    That was for Amari Cooper. He got strapped today. He said he knew us. Looks like he dont know us too well cuz yall just lost.

    Peters opened up even more to Mike Silver of NFL.com, saying Cooper was crying for his mama.

    Tell Coop I thought he knew us. He said he played us two times a year thats 12 times he played against me and (Talib). I think he got strapped tonight. He had that TD, but he didnt do (expletive). Peters said. (While incurring the personal foul) I choked him out. He couldnt do nothin. He was crying for his mama. Thats how he is. Thats why the Raiders got rid of him.

    Peters and Cooper went at it during and after the game, nearly coming to blows multiple times. Peters was flagged for a 15-yard penalty after getting into a shoving match with Cooper in the first quarter, one play before the wideout scored his 29-yard touchdown.

    Neither player managed their tempers very well on Saturday night, but ultimately, it didnt cost either side. Future opponents should just take note of this and make sure not to instigate Peters because he seems to feed on adversity.

  • #2
    I don't know about you, but I've had enough of Peters. He'd be my first cut after the season is over. No discipline, gets out of position more often than not and can't keep his mouth shut. Good riddance.

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    • #3
      Peters is an interesting man. He runs hot and cold and talks too much. I would be fine with letting him go.
      "The disappointment of losing is huge!"

      Jack Youngblood

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      • #4
        Originally posted by viper View Post
        I don't know about you, but I've had enough of Peters. He'd be my first cut after the season is over. No discipline, gets out of position more often than not and can't keep his mouth shut. Good riddance.
        I agree completely. I could put up with his BS if he backed it up on the field, but he rarely does. All the talent in the world, wasted because of a "me first" attitude. The guy is a nut who can't keep it together. That said, I hope he proves me wrong in the coming weeks.

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        • #5
          Agreed, just let him go, get rid of him.

          He even looks like a trouble maker - and not a very good DB. Peters is another pro bowler whose shine has faded mostly due to character and the wrong type of pride.

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          • #6
            I would be ok with him going now. I know they won't. His mouth runs overboard and his skills are even less impressive.

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            • #7
              If I was Peters I wouldn't get too mouthy because Peters mostly was every bodies (censored by Ram Dragoon {lol!}) most of the season and a lot of TDs scored off him.

              I like the fact Peters put Cooper in is place for spouting off about what he knows and could do against the Rams, and the W counts more then the L being the PERIOD in that sentence. Still could have been better worded

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              • #8
                Well he can make it up to his team next week by not being torched all over the Superdome and looking like he's never seen a football which happened in their first encounter. If only his on field play matched his off field mouth. I hope he wins a Super Bowl this year and moves along.

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                • #9
                  Peters is exhibit "A" as to why I do not want talented jerks on any team I root for. When you've had the lousy season he's had, one would think you might show a little humility and just keep your mouth shut, but of course that's not in Peters' nature. He did the same thing after getting torched vs. New Orleans, yapping at Sean Payton and running his mouth. This is what we signed up for, and he is who he is. And if he shows himself to be incapable of covering guys Sunday, the coaches should get his ass out of there early. Totally sick of his nonsense and lack of good play.

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                  • #10
                    Im done with this clown, they better let him walk..The guy gets torched left and right, gets hot headed penalties, and does all this smack talk, what a joke. Its simple, he is awful. Im trying to think positive about it, at least, the rams know NOW, before they give him a lot of money in an extension. I wouldn't even want him at a significant discount, he sucks that bad.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by NJ Ramsfan1 View Post
                      Peters is exhibit "A" as to why I do not want talented jerks on any team I root for. When you've had the lousy season he's had, one would think you might show a little humility and just keep your mouth shut, but of course that's not in Peters' nature. He did the same thing after getting torched vs. New Orleans, yapping at Sean Payton and running his mouth. This is what we signed up for, and he is who he is. And if he shows himself to be incapable of covering guys Sunday, the coaches should get his ass out of there early. Totally sick of his nonsense and lack of good play.
                      I so agree here. My son was highly rated BB prospect until he tore his shoulder out. But I was most proud of the fact he ALWAYS let his actions speak for him. We are teaching my grandson same lesson. I simply am disgusted with his antics His play has been VERY suspect. He should be a Raider.

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                      • #12
                        Shut up Marcus

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Ram Dragoon View Post

                          Still could have been better worded

                          Understatement. (^_^)

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