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    very nice 16.....I like it. There are some nice shots of that defense that can't be stopped. Steven Jackson is wicked fast, Avery is fast and fun, OJ making that long interception....Beautiful....Carriker getting in there, Spoon making a sweet diving catch, Holt catching a nicely thrown ball, Bulger winging them, and Haslett clapping. I love all the celebration on the field and on the sidelines.

    These guys are loving winning and I love it too. Nice job 16.


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    • dgr828
      Rams go APPALOOSA on the Cowboys
      by dgr828
      Looks like Linehan's system is finally coming into fruition!
      Who would've thunk it!
      All the talk was on the Cowboys, all week, leading into the game.
      Everyone now will have to start to recognize these NEW RAMS!
      We could have easily scored over 40 points.
      Steven Jackson is a Workhorse!
      Bulger managed a good offensive!
      Avery is a star in the making!
      OJ's got Juice!
      Torry Holt is the model veteran Receiver!
      COGS kept his COOL!

      Where was T.O. today?

      Still, too many sacks on Bulger. This must be addressed this week in practice!

      *RAMS now lead ALL-TIME series with the Dallas Cowboys (11-10).

      What a Great Show On Turf, Today!

      Can U say PLAY-OFFS?

      -10-19-2008, 02:10 PM
    • RamsInfiniti
      WR's against Cowboys!! WOOOHOOO!
      by RamsInfiniti
      Saw a qoute from Haslett in an article by Coats.

      Says the five WR's that will be active for the Cowboy's game are, drumroll please:


      C'mon, if that doesn't give you a warm and fuzzy feeling about the new coach, nothing will!
      -10-16-2008, 04:16 AM
    • RamWraith
      Rams-Cowboys: The breakdown
      by RamWraith
      By Jim Thomas
      Sunday, Oct. 19 2008
      When the Rams run the ball

      Another tough challenge for Steven Jackson & Co. Dallas comes to town with the
      NFL's seventh-ranked rush defense. The Cowboys have the speed at linebacker to
      make it tough to get outside, and the size up front to make life difficult
      between the tackles. One of the key matchups will be Rams center Nick Leckey
      against Cowboys nose tackle Jay Ratliff. This is the first 3-4 front the Rams
      have faced in the regular-season, so Leckey will have the underrated Ratliff
      over him all day. If Leckey can't neutralize Ratliff, who uses quickness and
      leverage to his advantage, Jackson won't have much running room inside.

      EDGE: Cowboys

      * * * * * * *

      When the Cowboys run the ball

      With speedster Felix Jones out with a hamstring injury, the Rams will see a
      steady dose of Marion Barber all day long. Don't be surprised to see Barber
      approach his career high of 28 carries Sunday. Barber enters the game ranked
      seventh in the NFL in rushing (440 yards) and third in yards from scrimmage
      (674). "The guy runs to hurt people," Rams coach Jim Haslett said. "I mean, he
      runs hard." A powerful, relentless runner, Barber also is a threat as a pass
      catcher and a determined blocker. The danger for the Rams is getting worn down
      as the game progresses, and pushed around by the Cowboys' big, physical
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      EDGE: Cowboys

      * * * * * * *

      When the Rams pass the ball

      With Terence Newman out with an abdomen injury and Adam (Pacman) Jones serving
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      Safeties Ken Hamlin and Roy Williams are big hitters, but can be liabilities in
      coverage. So there could be opportunities here for St. Louis, if the Rams can
      protect quarterback Marc Bulger. The Cowboys are tied for sixth in the NFL with
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      for pressure, without much blitzing.


      * * * * * * *

      When the Cowboys pass the ball

      No matter who's at quarterback for Dallas, the Rams will be hard-pressed to
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    • Goldenfleece
      Rams show anything is possible
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      Rams show anything is possible

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      Posted by's Mike Sando

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      ST. LOUIS -- Quarterback Marc Bulger overthrew a potential 85-yard touchdown pass to Donnie Avery in Week 7.

      Oh, well. There was plenty more where that came from.

      These are the new St. Louis Rams, after all. The resilient Rams. The Jim Haslett Rams.

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      Tough-minded, physical, passionate and explosive, these new Rams staked their record to 2-0 against the NFC East since Haslett replaced Scott Linehan following an 0-4 start.

      The Rams' 34-14 victory over the Dallas Cowboys in the Edward Jones Dome did more than validate St. Louis' road upset over the Washington Redskins in Week 6. It did more than expose the Cowboys as a fragile team made even more vulnerable without quarterback Tony Romo. This Rams victory reintroduced St. Louis as a potential player in the NFC West, trailing only idle Arizona (4-2) in the division.

      "What do you have to lose?" Haslett had asked the Rams' players after their 0-4 start.

      "I think a lot of guys just embraced that," running back Steven Jackson said after trampling the Cowboys for 160 yards on the ground.

      Haslett is the right man in the right place at the right time. A fiery linebacker during his playing days, the Rams' former defensive coordinator under Linehan has won over the players.

      "He knows how our emotions go and he knows what we're feeling and I think he knows how to get to us and how to motivate us," guard Richie Incognito said, "and we run with it. "Football is an attitude and we got the right one going for us right now."

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      -10-20-2008, 02:22 PM
    • ram3057
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