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  • Wow, talk about a roller coaster ride Sunday!

    Wow, talk about a roller coaster ride Sunday! In the early games we had 2 easy
    victories if you're betting all my picks as Minny and Atlanta easily made their
    number. And we were looking great with the lowly Chiefs who battled Baltimore to a
    tie with about 3 minutes to go. Then they lose by 14 and our strict system Bet A
    loses by a half point!

    But to show the gambling gods have a sense of humor, our B bet was looking lost with
    little over a minute as Green Bay only needed a field goal to win the game. That
    wouldn't have done us any good though as we needed at least a 4 point victory. Then
    what do you know a 60 yard bomb for the TD.

    Add on a victory in our lone MLB play and damn that makes for a good Sunday. If
    you're scoring at home the NFL system goes 1-0, overall 3-1 and we go 1-0 in the
    bases.

    No Bet on the New England - Buffalo game or the Oakland-Chargers Game

    Sincerely,

    Rich Allen aka Sports Betting Professor

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  • unorthodox1999
    This Sunday...
    by unorthodox1999
    Whatsup guys, hope all is well. Been somewhat of a long week and I'm ready to see our boys put it down at the dome. With 4-4 at our fingertips the outcome of the season relies on our play. Took me a while to get over the Tampa loss but think it was well deserved. Now let's see what adjustments, if any, have been made to not be a first half team. Here's to another Sunday! Oh yeah.......


    GO RAMS!!!!!!!
    -10-29-2010, 05:30 PM
  • ljcrayton
    The Rams will LOSE Sunday
    by ljcrayton
    I have heard alot of talk about how we have a very winnable game against our 'best shot" in the Seattle Seahawks. Well I have news for you guys. The way we have been playing lately, we are SO NOT beating them! I TOLD YOU WE WERE GOING 0-16. THIS IS NO JOKE FOLKS ITS GOING TO HAPPEN. and i dont like to talk about my team like that but its the truth. DO you REALLY think we can beat anyone given how pathetic we are on offense and defense? COME ON MY FELLOW RAM FANS ITS GOING TO BE UGLY FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON. and dont feel good about garbage wins near the end because they dont count in my book against teams who have "packed up their weapons" for the playoffs or whatever.




    ;)
    -09-09-2015, 09:40 AM
  • MauiRam
    Bernie: Rams are numbingly bad
    by MauiRam
    KANSAS CITY, Mo.

    There is hope, Rams fans. There is absolutely hope because I am sitting here in the Arrowhead Stadium press box early Sunday evening, high above the field, and Iím looking across the parking lot to Kauffman Stadium.

    There will be a World Series game played at Kauffman on Tuesday night, and if the home team can win it, Game 7 will be played on Wednesday. And for as long as this October ride lasts, an entire town of wild-eyed, overjoyed people will be wearing blue, hanging banners and signs, and putting costume crowns on their heads.

    After failing to make baseballís postseason tournament for 29 consecutive seasons (1986 through 2013) the Kansas Royals will have the chance to win a World Series at home, a few hundred yards from the spot where your Rams just absorbed a punishing 34-7 beatdown administered by the KC Chiefs.

    So that is why there is always hope of a Rams turnaround.

    The Royals show that anything is possible.

    Just donít ask me to predict if the Ramsí revival will occur in your lifetime. I canít even tell you where theyíll be playing.

    I donít believe the year of the Ramsí next winning season is listed in the Mayan calendar, but Iíll double check.

    Maybe your grandchildren will be able to enjoy it.

    As for the present day Ö

    The Rams are 2-5 on the season and have lost four of their last five games after a 1-1 start. The trail will only get bloodier over the next month, with road games at San Francisco and Arizona, a home game against Denver and a road contest at San Diego.

    The Rams franchise is now 45-105-1 since the start of the 2005 campaign. Pardon my mixing of sports here, but thatís 151 games, or nearly enough to add up to a full major-league baseball season.

    So basically, the Rams are cousins of the 1962 New York Mets (40-120), or maybe the 2003 Detroit Tigers (43-119). Or, closer to home, the 1939 St. Louis Browns (43-111.)

    This is where we are.

    And there isnít a thing anyone can do about it.

    I could sit here and write another angry column, the spittle flying as a I knife away at the keyboard, demanding the firing of coach Jeff Fisher, the ouster of GM Les Snead and the dismissal of the offensive and defensive coordinators.

    Yeah, and whatís the point? No one is getting fired. And itís not as if the team owner will pick up the phone to answer questions about his team and his plans and this whole mess.

    Weíre stuck in an endless cycle of losing, caught in a draft of increasing alienation. I prefer disengagement over distemper. Frankly, the Rams arenít worth the rage and the risk of high blood pressure that comes with it.

    Thatís why I dropped a í62 Mets reference in here; sometimes, a team is so bad it almost becomes comical. Iím not suggesting laughter here....
    -10-27-2014, 10:15 AM
  • ljcrayton
    The Rams will LOSE Sunday
    by ljcrayton
    I have heard alot of talk about how we have a very winnable game against our 'best shot" in the Alanta Falcons. Well I have news for you guys. The way we have been playing lately and yesterday especially, we are SO NOT beating them! I TOLD YOU WE WERE GOING 1-15 THIS IS NO JOKE FOLKS ITS GOING TO HAPPEN. and i dont like to talk about my team like that but its the truth. DO you REALLY think we can beat anyone given how pathetic we are on offense and defense? COME ON MY FELLOW RAM FANS ITS GOING TO BE UGLY FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON. and dont feel good about garbage wins near the end because they dont count in my book against teams who have "packed up their weapons" for the playoffs or whatever.






















    -09-14-2013, 04:38 PM
  • Nick
    Some Questions about Coaching on an 0-4 Team
    by Nick
    It's undeniable in the NFL that in every game, one team will win and one team will lose. Ultimately a team is in large part judged by their record, and fans will seek something to explain the outcome of their game.

    Some will try to find someone to blame for the loss, some will point to the disparity in talent or the effect of injures, some will isolate the poor play of individual players as a focal point, some will point to the coaches. Few will truly give the opposing team credit for winning the game; it's the nature of the fan to hold their team responsible, win or lose.

    We've heard a lot about coaching problems over the last four weeks, and clearly there are issues that can be pointed to and questioned. Pass/run ratio decisions, going for it on fourth down, kicking a long field goal, conservative playcalling, playing an ineffective injured quarterback, not playing to the strength of our roster, halftime adjustments. There is definitely a list of concerning issues that I've seen through four games, many of which played significant roles in the result we see on the scoreboard.

    But let me present a brief recap of events before posing a question to you.

    -In Week One, the Rams played the Carolina Panthers (now 2-2). The Panthers are a team that many pick year in and year out to be a contender in the NFC playoff picture. The Rams went into the locker room at halftime of that game with a 10-7 lead, and extended that lead to 13-7 early in the third quarter. A turnover by Jackson allowed Carolina to take the lead, and they never looked back.

    -In Week Two, the Rams faced the San Francisco *****, a 2-2 team many thought were improving coming into this season. Once again, the Rams went into halftime with a lead, 13-7. But poor tackling allowed the previously bottled up Frank Gore to run for a huge touchdown to take the lead. The Rams and ***** fought back and forth until the final seconds of the game, at which point Jeff Wilkins missed a 56-yard field goal.

    -In Week Three, the Rams headed south for a showdown with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-1 after four weeks). This game was a slugfest. The Bucs had four first half drives. Two ended with punts, one a missed field goal, and one a made field goal. The Rams didn't do much in the first half either, punting twice with an interception and a missed field goal. After the half, Tampa scored a touchdown to make it a 10-0 game, but the Rams hung in there and got it back to one possession before Tampa added 14 points in the mid to late fourth quarter. Jeff Wilkins missed two field goals in this game, Marc Bulger threw three interceptions.

    -Last week the Rams took on what many consider to be one of the best teams in the NFC this season, the 4-0 Dallas Cowboys. Among the Rams wounded was Pro Bowl runner Steven Jackson (out for the game) and Pro Bowl quarterback Marc Bulger (playing with broken ribs). The Rams...
    -10-05-2007, 07:37 PM
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