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    Time To Panic, This Is The Worst Case Scenerio.
    No Respect From The Powers That Be, For A Team That Has No Respect For Themselves.

    Face It Ramsfans This Team Has Gotten Old.
    I Know It's Early In The Season, But It's The Same Old Bull$#!+ From These Old Goats!!!

    A 31 Power Ranking Is Well Deserved, The Rams Can Only Go Up From Here Or Dwell In Cellar Hell.

    Will Somebody Please Light A Fire Under These Motherf**kers!!!!!

  • #2
    Re: Power Rankings-Saint Louis Rams #31

    Yes we should hit the panic button, for it is well known that without a good Power Ranking a team is going nowhere.


    • #3
      Re: Power Rankings-Saint Louis Rams #31

      Originally posted by UtterBlitz
      Yes we should hit the panic button, for it is well known that without a good Power Ranking a team is going nowhere.
      Well said, Utter. In week 1, we made half a dozen mistakes, the correction of any one of them would have resulted in a different ballgame:

      1. Johnson stepping out at the one
      2. The brain fart by the front line on the on-side kick
      3. Someone tackle Amey on his return
      4. Curtis dropped two in the endzone
      5. Bulger missed a wide open Holt in the back of the endzone

      Any of those would have changed the game. Just like I said after the Chargers game when the sky was falling like the price tag on a Jose Canseco rookie was just a couple of mistakes that made the difference. They corrected those mistakes and came out to donkey stomp Detroit the next time out. Nine times out of ten we beat the niners....Sunday just happened to be that one out of ten.

      I checked the weather report and regardless of what CBSsportsline says, the sky is most certainly still in place.
      The more things change, the more they stay the same.


      • #4
        Re: Power Rankings-Saint Louis Rams #31

        shoddy post and stop the hyperbole. Not only that but you're wrong. The Rams aren't in the top half of oldest teams in the league if you look at starters. And if you drop to full roster it gets even younger.

        Lot's wrong with the Rams but dumb post

        Originally posted by dgr828
        Time To Panic, This Is The Worst Case

        Face It Ramsfans This Team Has Gotten Old.
        I Know It's Early In The Season, But It's The Same Old Bull$#!+ From These Old Goats!!!


        • #5
          Re: Power Rankings-Saint Louis Rams #31

          The Hype with these rankings is unfounded..The fact is...Columnists like the one over at CBS Sportsline lost lots of Money on their "Suicide Pools" so they are pissed off!

          Im sure we eliminated Lots of people...and people get mad when they lose money. LOL

          Anyway, San Fran will be better the 2-14 this year...First game of the year, with nothing to game plan for...Poor special teams...and a good steady performance from the 9ers resulted in a loss...Not the end of the world..Nor does it warrent a 31st ranking...

          How can we be ranked 3rd overall on O and 7th overall on D..and be ranked 31 in the power rankings..its ridiculous.

          Oh and by the way, It wouldnt suprise me in the least, if San Fran beats the heard it here first.

 thats good stuff....
          Last edited by StRams; -09-15-2005, 07:45 AM.


          • #6
            Re: Power Rankings-Saint Louis Rams #31

            Of course the Rams' stats look good, they played a crappy team. It's a great reminder that stats do in fact often lie. All the offensive and defensive rankings mean nothing after one game. Ignore the inflated stats and look at the fact: they lost to last year's worst team in the NFL. As of now, that's the only real information that matters to any "power ranking". It's not a "power ranking of how they are going to eventually be", it's based on the now. The Rams actually should be ranked #32 for that garbage. But bottom line, who really cares about power rankings anyway, it's just somebody's biased opinion that's no better than anyone else's.


            • #7
              Re: Power Rankings-Saint Louis Rams #31

              It's nice to be respected and recognized as a good team, but at the moment, we don't deserve it. These rankings mean as much as a Sean Salisbury comment, especially after week one. I'll bet a few games before the end of last season, we weren't exactly lighting up any power rankings, yet we made the playoffs and advanced, something the vast majority of the NFL did not do.


              • #8
                Re: Power Rankings-Saint Louis Rams #31


                Here's the link to it. To Prisco's defense, he did say all of this was based on week 1 on who really could fault anyone for ranking us that low after last Sunday.

                You gotta find a way to win.


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