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    The official site of the St. Louis Rams - Media Center

    I liked what he had to say.

    Feel free to give your opinion.


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    It would be nice if they added the questions in to the video.

    So far I am liking Spags and what he has to say.
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      Sounds to me as though he's going to give Cogs another chance, judging by the fact that he said that he likes passion and shoulders the responsibility for the penalties himself, as HC. I like Spags but his devotion to Richie is bewildering, to say the least.

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        I didn't get that impression at all from him???????????????? He benched Cogs for a while..[QUOTE=DistantRam;303458]Sounds to me as though he's going to give Cogs another chance, judging by the fact that he said that he likes passion and shoulders the responsibility for the penalties himself, as HC. I like Spags but his devotion to Richie is bewildering, to say the least.[/QUOTE]

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          He was not angry with Cogs when he came out of the game. I think Spags may have even given him a pat. What a huge size difference between them. Incognito is a big man.
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            Originally posted by CaliGirlRamsFan View Post
            I didn't get that impression at all from him???????????????? He benched Cogs for a while..
            Judging by Spags' subsequent comments to the media, it looks as though he's forgiven Richie for his stupidity. If that's the case, I'm not impressed. How many drives does Cogs have to kill before Spags gets the message? As I said in another thread, Cogs has to have some damning pictures of Spags somewhere, I reckon....

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            • #7
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              I didn't see the interview, so if thats the case, then I have to agree. Edit, I did see it, just missed those comments I guess.
              Last edited by CaliGirlRamsFan; -09-15-2009, 06:33 PM.

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