RAMS THINKBLUE's RAMS Thread

Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Nov 4, 2018.

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who wins...

  1. rams in a blowout

    11.1%
  2. rams in a close game

    22.2%
  3. patriots in a blowout

    44.4%
  4. patriots in a close game

    22.2%
  1. Fall Winslow

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    Rams will have another opportunity next season if injuries don't hittem where it hurts. The NFC is trash.
     
  2. ColoradoKidWitGame

    ColoradoKidWitGame DSP Legend Moderator

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    Man, I’ve got a deposit down for season tickets, but I just don’t know anymore. I was excited for Gruden, but after this year, I just don’t know...
     
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    It’s like being a Dodgers fan.. bro you just own it. When they finally win, you’ll be that guy who stayed strong with your team and finally taste the glory.

    My first game ever was a Raider home game against the chiefs.. raider girls and Jim plunket. Hooked..

    How many Pats fans do you know who have never even been to Boston? Exactly.. stay strong homie.

    Ride or die Raiders!!!
     
  4. THINKBLUE

    THINKBLUE DSP Gigolo

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    Would love to say I'm that die hard, but I'd be lying. Just not that into football. Never watched an entire game in my life until the Rams moved back and even then I tune in and out.
    Bummed out but wont lose a minute of sleep.
    Wanted this one for the old timers in my family
     
  5. THINKBLUE

    THINKBLUE DSP Gigolo

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    The thing that makes it a little tougher is the opponent is from Boston. I think we can all get behind how much that sucks.
     
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    I've been a Rams fan since the mid 70's, but in 93 we started a fantasy football league. Back then they were rotisserie leagues, nobody called them fantasy. Anyhow, 26 years later and we're still going strong. 14 teams - ultra-competitive. I won it this year for the sixth time... but I digress. The point of this is that I've been so into the fantasy league that it has diluted my loyalty to the Rams (as in if I need a TD from one of my players to win my game, but it will send the Rams to defeat, well, sorry Rams). It's this very reason that I won't do fantasy baseball.

    Of course I wanted the Rams to win today, but oh well. The worst part of it for me is the Patriots.
     
  7. fsudog21

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    Without dumb fuck Dee Ford, it would have been the Chiefs.
     
  8. Chiefdodgerslkrs24

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    Shit like that always goes the Pats way. Patriots still had 3 timeouts when that happened, too.
     
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    Jared Goff is a system QB that Bill Belichick just cracked open the book on stopping. Saints will be there, Philly probably will too (They got ravaged by injuries like no other).
     
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    Jared Goff just looks retarded.

    You look at his eyes and wonder if a guy like that can even spell his own name.

    What a horrible game. May the Rams never make it back again.
     
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    i think the entire team including the staff froze solid in the face of greatness
     
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    Goff was trash coming down the stretch in the regular season, so Belichick didn't really discover or expose anything. We already knew Goff was benefitting from Gurley's excellence.

    I'm not counting on the Saints getting back. Not just the way they were screwed, but that NFC south division is known for it's turnover year to year. Wouldn't shock me to see Atlanta back or Tampa come to life under Arians. Newton's shoulder is shaky, so I don't expect anything from Carolina. Outside of that division, maybe the Vikings will figure their stuff out
     
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    Watching him gives me hope for Carr Lol
    Brees probably didn't sleep at all
     
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    Most boring Super Bowl I have ever witnessed.
     
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    Defense held up pretty well. Holding Brady and Co to one TD is an accomplishment.
     
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    A lot of QBs would have cracked under the pressure that Goff faced last night. His offensive line was overpowered much of the game. It's part of the learning experience for both the QB and his coach.
     
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    at least in 79 they scored
     
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    kudos to mcvay
    i have a lot of respect for this guy
    https://www.yahoo.com/sports/rams-coach-mcvay-says-blame-loss-051154803--nfl.html

    "Coach Belichick did an outstanding job," McVay said. "There is really no other way to put it. I'm pretty numb right now, but definitely, I got out-coached."

    when was the last time you heard a guy say that about himself?
    we all saw it but thats manning up big time imo
     
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    KC lost the Super Bowl as far as I'm concerned
     

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