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  • Eagles Turnovers

    This defense has been wreaking havoc as of late, starting with the whiners. Turnovers have been so key to the Rams success, so how many come our way this week? We get at least 2 in my view.
    24
    0 -1 This would not be good
    8.33%
    2
    2-3 good chance of a win
    50.00%
    12
    3-4 Solid chance for a trip to the Big Easy
    37.50%
    9
    5 or more Book them Dano, Super Bowl here we come
    4.17%
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    Last edited by txramsfan; -01-21-2002, 07:36 PM.

  • #2
    Battering Rams...

    Good poll TXRamsfan!

    After yesterday's stampede, the Rams are still running wild and they know what it takes to blow high flying eagles out of the sky. Indeed, turnovers caused by our new, no-name demolishing Dee is a real buzz, so let's do it!
    :evil:

    I'll settle for three (say two INT's + one fumble) to create mayhem, momentum and motivate Rams "big O" to come back to stellar performance.

    :angryram: Go D-E-F-E-N-S-E!

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    • #3
      Greed

      I don't want to be greedy, but I'm feeling two interceptions (Bly, Polley) and one fumble recovery (Archueleta). That's really an understatment, but hey, we'll see on Sunday. Wouldn't it be nice to have McNabb on the run, Wistrom comes up from the rear, bashes the ball out of McNabb's hands, recovers, lateralls to a ram and they run it back for a TD? Anyway, go rams.

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      • #4
        Guys I love watching our defence these days, I know that something is going to happen when they are on the field and I think we will get 2-3 turnovers this game. There confidence is skyhigh and I still don't think our defence is getting the respect it deserves, which I think is working in our FAVOUR, THEY ARE GOING TO BE FIRED UP!!!


        I just love watching POLLEY play, GUYS he is going to be a star!



        :o FINISH THE JOB!!!!
        "The breakfast Club":helmet:

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        • #5
          i'm expecting another solid performance from the D, but prob not what we saw last week...

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          • #6
            Very good poll TXRamsfan!!!!

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            • #7
              Thanks Jorge and Toxic,

              and especially to Toxic, welcome to the Clan. Don't worry Toxic, Jorge won't mind me making sure YOU get the special thanks. :o

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              • #8
                I think DJ makes a good point but only because 8 turnovers is unheard of for the most part. 3 to 5 is a good number because McNabb also tends to make mistakes when his team is down. This doesn't always translate into turnovers, but the way our D has played lately, it may turn out that way on Sunday. This defense has been very oportunistic as of late and I think that will continue this week.

                Great poll by the way TX!!!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by RAMSWIN
                  I think DJ makes a good point but only because 8 turnovers is unheard of for the most part. 3 to 5 is a good number because McNabb also tends to make mistakes when his team is down. This doesn't always translate into turnovers, but the way our D has played lately, it may turn out that way on Sunday. This defense has been very oportunistic as of late and I think that will continue this week.

                  Great poll by the way TX!!!
                  Actually Donovan tends to play his best ball and pull out all the stops when he's down. You should know. You had us in a 17-3 rut in the opener, before he really turned it on. Last week against the Bears, he brought us back twice from behind, including a TD drive that came immediately after he'd thrown an INT for a TD.

                  Donovan's a gamer. You're not going to break his spirit until the 60 minutes are over and you've got the higher number on the scoreboard.

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                  • #10
                    Can we PLEASE, PLEASE FORGET about Game 1?

                    It is about as revelant as the last pre-season game. Ok, all you Eagles fans that want to talk about how CLOSE you came then go ahead. If moral victories stoke the ****les of your heart then by all means use them. I for one would not refer to game 1 if I was an Eagles fan for numerous reasons:

                    1. YOU LOST. Slice it, dice it, make julian fries with it. YOU LOST. AT HOME.

                    2. That was the first full game the starting unit for the Rams O played a whole game together. AND YOU STILL LOST.

                    3. Wistrom did not play, and you STILL couldn't move the ball.

                    Oh yea, did I mention that YOU LOST.

                    Quit bringing up game 1. There are no moral victories. You lost to the Rams. If you wish to be the best, find a way to win. Period.

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                    • #11
                      More reasons to forget...

                      4. This is the NFC Championship game. It doesn't matter who won/lost game #1. Whoever wins this game will be in the SB...

                      5. Did we mention, YOU LOST???

                      Seriously, BOTH teams did not play that game well. BOTH teams have improved. BOTH teams have GREAT DEFENSES.

                      This game will be decided by Special Teams (RAMS scariest squad) and which ever offense is able to break which defense. If we (THE RAMS) don't give up a lot of points on special teams, I say we win the game...

                      GO RAMS GO!!!
                      This space for rent...

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                      • #12
                        I just cannot believe......

                        that I am the only one so far predicting more then 5 TOs.

                        After last weeks awesome showing bt our 'D', ya know they're really fired up!

                        I'm looking at 3 fumble recoveries & at least 2 picks!

                        Wistrom will shine on 'D' with 1 recovered fumble & 1 pick.

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                        • #13
                          Actually, i don't like to hear about that game because neither team deserved it. The Rams played nowhere near their capability. The Eagles showed themselves to be a better team later in the year too. It was an all-around bad game and not a benchmark for either team preparing for sunday.

                          ...that piece of crap of a turf didn't help anything either.

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