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    OK, here it is, within reach. It would be easy to overlook this Atlanta team with nothing to play for and banged up too. That's what worries me. Don't treat the Falcons lightly. On defense, they are better than the Colts. They would love to be the spoiler and they'd certainly like to extract some revenge. My guess is that Vick will start and play the whole game with Chandler banged up.

    Vick, although not a PRO yet, displayed some awesome talent on Sunday. His arm strength is the BEST in the league. I'd put his arm strength up against any QB in the league.

    His mobility is un matched in the pocket and out of the pocket.

    Yes, he's a rookie, and yes he makes mistakes. However, this would be a bad time to drop the ball on game planning. The Rams need this victory and it is THE MOST IMPORTANT game of the year with no exception. Very important for the defense to plan on containment. Very important that our offensive line protect Kurt Warner, very important to get a big lead early and take their hopes away so that we can rest our starters.

    I don't think Atlanta has it in them to beat the Rams, but then again, I didn't think they had it in them to beat the Packers either.

    Don't take the Falcons Lightly and win it all RAMS !!!

    GO RAMS !!!

    :nerd:

  • #2
    Diving Falcons...

    It's true MX, although the Falcons are wounded they're still flying, and they may actually become dangerous in their dive.

    I saw a highlight of their game against Miami where Vic threw an awesome pass -- make that a real rocket -- while being chased and made it good for a 45 or 50 yard completion! And that was no "floater." That rookie has an arm!


    Granted, he's still very green but Dan Reeves isn't. They have more than one issue to prove to themselves, so... bottom line: you never know! That's what ugly upsets are made of.

    Fortunately the Rams are well aware of all this. And of course, it IS an important game for St. Louis to win.
    GO RAMS!!! :angryram:

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    • #3
      The Dirty Birds do have the talent and motivation to upset the Rams, so we should be aware of that. In the first game against the Falcons, Chandler started the game. He is known as a pocket passer, and is deadly accurate. When he left the game with an injury, Vick came in. He's obviously known for his running ability and has a cannon for an arm, and is harder to defend than Chandler. However, our defense adjusted wonderfully, shutting Vick down. I have faith that our defense will do the same again, as we have the speed to match Vick's. But we cannot let this one game ruin our chances for home-field advantage. I'm sure the team is aware of this and will come out fired up and ready to RAMble. :evil:

      :shield:

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