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    Funny how the criticism goes all to one side when both teams put up an offensive turd in arguably the worst SB ever. The pats just happened to make A FEW MORE PLAYS than the Rams. That's it.... A FEW MORE PLAYS.

    NE won the TOP and had the better field position almost the entire game, yet they only made A FEW MORE PLAYS. The pats did not have to suffer a phantom hold on a key play for a big gain. No one was holding one of gronk's arms as he caught the pass that put them at 1st & goal inside the five. The Rams chose not to double edelman while the pats doubled Woods. And yet the pats only made A FEW MORE PLAYS.

    If that is getting out coached then so be it. I guess belicheat was out coached in every SB the pats have lost with him as HC? Yet I don't think I've ever heard him admit it or any of the media make that claim? McVay is just the bigger man and that's one of the many reasons why I love the guy.

    I can almost hear belicheat now had the Rams made A FEW MORE PLAYS and won the game:

    "Got beat. Didn't make enough plays."

    Yeah, just A FEW MORE PLAYS !!!

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      How many more plays would the Rams have made if McVay had made effective adjustments? It's a painful question to ask.

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        Originally posted by r8rh8rmike View Post
        How many more plays would the Rams have made if McVay had made effective adjustments? It's a painful question to ask.
        Adjustments? We don't need no stinking adjustments. I pray coach M's ego is a lot smaller than the previous coach M's. You know, the one who took a possible decade long dynasty team and destroyed it within 3 years. Man I hate that guy.

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          Sure, a few more plays would have changed the complexity. I kept thinking, all the Rams need is a spark. Defense kept it within 3 or even for most of the game. At this level, a few more plays is the difference maker

          But to your other comments, I think you're being a little defensive. 3 points is all the Rams could cobble together in 60 minutes of play. The Patriots at least scored a touchdown to go along with the two kicks they made. Goff was 19 for 38. Rushing yardage was 154 to 62. Way I see it, Wade and the D did their job. McVay and the offense didn't. Sure, a few more plays could be the difference maker, but that's how it is in big games. I don't know about Belicheat, but I recall Jeff Fisher always mumbling about a few more plays after every loss.

          We got beat. It sucks. But at least we had a date at the big dance, 30 other teams didn't. Rams definitely have some work to do, though.

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