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  • Overconfident?

    I was just wondering if anyone here perceives the Rams as being overconfident.I personally dont think that they are.From everything that I have read the Rams have had a lot of praise for Brett Favre and the Packers,but the media has all but given the game to the Rams.I really dont like the fact that the media constantly fuels Green Bays fire by saying that they cant beat the Rams.I dont know,I may be paranoid,but I still feel that the media does its best to work against the Rams.Anybody else have any thoughts on this?

    :angryram: GO RAMS! STAY FOCUSED! WIN!:shield:

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    You know, no one is really recognizing this defense. All the focus is on Favre and Warner. This D shuts down a slow Packers offense. Anything can happen, but this would be a MAJOR upset if the Packers win.


    • #3
      Good point txramsfan.Our defense is hungry to earn respect and that could be the difference in this game.I've just been reading too many damn press clippings.Sunday cant come soon enough for me.:rolleyes:

      :angryram: GO RAMS! STAY FOCUSED! WIN!:shield:


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        • #5
          It doesn't seem as though the rams are overconfident. Torry Holt's article at was very respectful of favre and the packers in general. Martz hasn't said anything that would indicate overconfidence. Last year I thought Martz was prone to giving the other team locker room bulletin board material. This year we have been confident but not ****y.

          This wait is killing me. Sunday, why do you forsake me?

          Go Rams!!



          • #6
            I was just wondering if anyone here perceives the Rams as being overconfident
            I don't think it's overconfidence any more. There comes a time, when a team knows that they can compete with any other team in the league.

            At first I thought the Rams were over-confident in a couple of games they played. Yet, they continue to display that "I'm better than you and I just proved it", mentality.....

            It's the best thing they have going for them, right now......

            Confidence breeds success.

            It would be a big surprise to me, if the Rams don't make another run at the Lombardi.

            Winning it, that is.........


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              TUNICA, Miss. (AP) - Brett Favre, one of the NFL's great quarterbacks, is still unsure if he will play another year with the Green Bay Packers.

              "No change. I don't know, once again," he said Saturday during a brief news conference from the site of his charity golf tournament. "I don't know why you guys wasted a trip down here. The Packers and I will make a decision at some point soon."

              Once again, Farve is doing his annual 'Idunno' speech.

              IMO, he needs to s*** or get off the pot!
              -04-08-2006, 08:08 AM
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              -12-21-2006, 07:57 AM
            • Nick
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              The Green Bay Packers are conducting business as if they think Brett Favre will be their quarterback in 2005.

              Favre hasn’t told the Packers whether he’s going to retire this offseason, but more signs are pointing to him playing in 2005 barring unforeseen circumstances.

              Both coach Mike Sherman and General Manager Ted Thompson have talked several times with Favre’s agent, Bus Cook, in recent weeks, and though neither has spoken directly with Favre since the Packers’ last game, Sherman said assistant coaches Tom Rossley and Darrell Bevell have been in regular contact with him.

              Favre’s retirement would trigger extensive changes in the team’s offseason planning and priorities, but all signs from the Packers are business as usual. Though free agency begins in only three weeks, both Sherman and Thompson said they haven’t asked Favre to decide before the free-agency signing period opens March 2 whether he’s going to retire.

              “I just said I’d like to know something at some point,” Sherman said. “We never set any specific dates.”

              When asked if he had any reason to think Favre won’t return, Thompson said: “I don’t have a specific reason to think he won’t be back. The only thing I know is the same thing he said after the (last) game, when he said he wanted to think about things. I think that was the gist of what he said. But I haven’t talked to Brett. I think he’s going through this time where he needs to think it out, and he’s earned that time.”

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            • Nick
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              Favre was in a reflective mood after throwing four interceptions in Green Bay's 31-17 loss to the hated Minnesota Vikings at Lambeau Field on Sunday.

              He said he didn't want his poor playoff performance to play a role in his decision whether to retire or return to Green Bay for a 15th NFL season.

              "It would be easy to walk off the field after that game and say, 'I've had enough,"' Favre said. "But I'm going to try to be as fair to myself and to this team as possible. I've had a lot of great games. This obviously was not one of them. But I can't base my decision on this game."

              Favre met with coach-general manager Mike Sherman for about 45 minutes after the loss to discuss his future.

              "He just had a long talk, a good talk and he just wanted me to know that: don't make any decisions off of this one game, as tough as that may be. And he's right," Favre said. "I still feel like I can play."

              Favre is still on top of his game -- he threw for more than 4,000 yards and 30 touchdowns again this season -- and he's guided Green Bay to the playoffs 10 times, tops in the league during the salary cap era.

              "There's no fine line here. I love to play the game, I don't think it's passed me by yet. It's a good thing to still have juice to play and still physically be able to play," Favre said. "But in some ways you almost want that decision to be made for you."

              Favre suggested he give Sherman an answer by the draft in April but Sherman can't wait that long. He said before he flies home to Mississippi this week he expects to have a deadline from Sherman.

              At 35, Favre feels the tug of family, not just football.

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              "It's not about me anymore," Favre said. "My wife has gone through some difficult times and continues to and so that is going to play into my decision-making. I know if my family was up here right now, they would say, 'He's coming back.' But I also have to be fair to them, too, and they're going to be involved."

              Favre, scheduled to make $6.5 million in 2005, said he's never played for the money and won't start now.

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              "No weight," Sharper said. "They don't carry any weight right now because Javon Walker is a Pro Bowl player and he's going to do what he wants to do. He is not in Javon's shoes right now. Javon should not pay attention to his comments at all."

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              "What's going on with the minicamps and whether or not Javon's there - Brett wasn't at minicamp so it really doesn't make a difference who is there," said Sharper. "He wasn't there, so he shouldn't have anything to say about Javon not being there."

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              "Brett shouldn't have anything to say about that," Sharper said. "I have the utmost respect for Brett and what he feels as far as guys on his team but when it comes to contract situations, those are personal matters. Brett should not have anything to say about that. It has nothing to do with him."

              Sharper played for the Packers for eight seasons before being released for salary-cap reasons. Sharper then signed with the Vikings.
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