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    Lets get it on

    RAMS 42 ...... Eagles 10 :rolleyes: :shield:

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    Keeping the Rams Nation Talking

  • #2
    OVER RATED

    I agree to the extent that Philly is much better team then the Pack, but, its not going to be close!!

    31-14

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    • #3
      The Eagle defense is much better than Green Bay's. But they haven't proven to me that their offense is all that good. When McNabb is running all over the place making plays because you don't have an answer for him they can score points. But if you can contain him, they don't score. Let's not forget that although they are spewing the fact that they almost won in week 1 (almost...), this same team lost to both Arizona and Washington this season. Washington in particular hounded McNabb all game with LaVar Arrington and frankly, he looked scared. The result: 3 points for the Eagles. If the Rams can contain him (and I think they can), the Eagles have nothing else. They have no running game even when he is on, and no passing game when he is off. The key to this game is containment.

      Early Prediction:

      Rams 31
      Eagles 10

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      • #4
        I think it's gonna be a real tough close game and gonna have to go with:

        :ram: 31

        Eagles 21

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        • #5
          Well, if the offense can get on track this week, and the defense keeps up its intensity – the RAMS will prevail and demolish whoever gets to play them in Super Bowl XXXVI.

          The Eagles played the RAMS tough in week one, but the defense was just getting started. This is a different team than the one who played them in the first game of the season.

          I gave Green Bay a chance last week. Philadelphia won’t be so lucky. :evil:


          Eagles 17
          RAMS 31


          :ram:
          Always a Rams Fan............

          Rex Allen Markel

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          • #6
            I think it will be a relatively close game, speaking in Rams terms.

            Rams 38
            Eagles 17

            Rams finally finish what they started in week 1. This time though we put them away and it doesent come down to a fumbled kickoff. As long as McNabb is contained and he isn't allowed to run free it is not close. Lets just put it all on McNabb's shoulders to throw and try to beat us. I can't see it. They can't run and they manage the clock worse than any team in the league. Add the extra motivation of the national media disrespecting the Rams and sprinkle in some smack that is bound to come from Hugh Douglass and the rest of those load mouth Eagles fans and you've got the directions to New Orleans.

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            • #7
              Not wavering from my 40's theme:

              Rams 47
              Eagles 3

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              • #8
                I will stick with a close prediction just because.......


                RAMS 24 EAGLES 17




                :angryram: GO RAMS! STAY FOCUSED! WIN!:shield:
                ST.LOUIS RAMS:THE MOST FRUSTRATING TEAM IN THE NFL!!!

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                • #9
                  sorry

                  The eagles look nasty. They will remember week one, we are not an unknown factor to them. This works both ways a realize, but that defense is scary. Ours is great too. McNabb has turned into a superstar. Warner has been one for a couple of years now. I just have a bad feeling about this one guys (and gals). Flame me if you must, kick me off of the board, ignore me or whatever, but I think it is going to be a tough day sunday.

                  Eagles - 24
                  Rams - 10

                  I pray I am wrong. I would love to come back here and have you all tell me what a loser I am for picking such a score.

                  GO RAMS!!! PLEASE prove me and Tom Jackson wrong.

                  :helmet:

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                  • #10
                    The key to this game is contain MCNABB!!!!!!

                    They did it in week 1 and now in the playoffs the EAGLES will be facing an even more confident bunch!!!!!!!!!!!!!


                    :o RAMS 35


                    EAGLES 13


                    :lid: ELEVEN MEN BELIEVED IN 99 AND THEY WILL DO IT AGAIN IN 2001
                    "The breakfast Club":helmet:

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                    • #11
                      Rams Dominate...

                      Rams 38
                      Wiggles 18

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                      • #12
                        radjohns, you're out of your mind. Get with it Bro. Everything is going to be okay. Believe it.

                        First thing you have to do is stop listening to Tom Jackson, he's an idiot.

                        Second thing you need to do is believe, my friend. This team is the real deal.

                        No one stops this team this year!!!
                        Last edited by RAMSWIN; -01-21-2002, 05:05 PM.

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                        • #13
                          NFC Championship score

                          :ram: 's 38
                          Pigeons 13




                          :shield: See ya in New Orleans

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                          • #14
                            Rams 34
                            Eagles 10

                            Eagles can't run...(except for McNabb)...

                            :lid:

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                            • #15
                              In keeping with my tradition of predicting a loss to guarantee a victory

                              Eagles 27
                              Rams 24
                              Last edited by The Limey; -01-22-2002, 08:07 AM.

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                                by Guest
                                Unfortunately, I have to put this game down as a loss. :|

                                I know some of you want me to pick this from my heart, but that's never worked before. Knowing Linehan and Haslett were gonna struggle most of the game. Our offensive line will get Bulger killed because their out of shape and unprepared. Our horrible secondary will be chasing them all day. Andy Reid will be out-scheming us as usual and there will be numerous "big plays" that many will be excusing. Saying "if we'd gotten rid of that 30-40-50-60 yard touchdown run and pass we'd have had a close game". Most however will be immediately demanding Linehans job. That's the only positive I can imagine.

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                                I fully expect a bounce back from our boys.

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                                Eagles 16

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