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Justin Hoover82


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 8:02 am    Post subject: Cowboys fan here. Honest non biased opinion of your team Reply with quote

Hey guys, I'm going around giving my opinion of all the other teams except Giants, Shegals, and Deadskins cause I'm a cowboys fan and I'm biased against them. Now I'm just a guy so don't destroy me just giving my honest opinion of your team.

For the Rams fans, I think you guys have alot to look forward to and be excited about! I believe in Bradford and the addition of Titus Young will help him alot. On offense you guys need a new rb to replace sjax and some o-line help and your offense will be young and ready to roll. On defense I think yall have a chance to have a dominate d. You already have one of the best young d-line's in football, a beast mlb and great athletic cb's ( Jenkins was a steal ). Only real weakness is the safety spot. Another thing that will help is the two 1st round picks this yr and next yr. Soon you guys should be a real force to be reckoned with assuming Bradford is the real deal.

Let me know what you guys think of my assessment.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 9:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sam Bradford is clearly the solution at Quarterback. Rumors circulated about the Browns inquiring, but that trade seems outside the realm of possibility. Although, Matt Barkley could be an enticing option if that inevitable LA 2015 Move catalyzes.

Sam took major steps this year. The issue was the supporting cast. While most fan bases apologize for poor QB play with this excuse, the numbers are revealing. With Danny Amendola in the lineup, the team converts over 40% of its 3rd Downs. Without him, it's below 27%.

The offensive line isn't as dismal as Fans make it out to be. Rams brought back Paul Bodreau last year and he has a track record of molding together a cohesive group.

Titus Young isn't a major addition, but he can compete to fill out the WR corps. Clearly he's talented but troubled.

There's a major decisions of what to do with Danny Amendola (27) this offseason. As a FA, the Franchise Tag seems unlikely. While he's valuable, he's not worth 10 million a year on a one year prove it deal.

The Front Office has boldly locked up Chris Long & James Laurinaitis which I appreciate. Clearly sorting out the Defensive Coordinator is a priority. Rex Ryan never made sense. 3-4 Guy when the team has exclusively 4-3 Personnel.

I expect the Rams let Bradley Fletcher depart in FA. With an exceptionally deep CB FA group, they can supplement Jenkins & Finnegan with a 3rd Corner.

Future does look bright. However, the team remaining in St. Louis is a real concern. The Rams will play 3 consecutive years in London. And negotiations to upgrade the stadium have reached an impasse. Moving the Rams back to LA is almost a certainty.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 10:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Conquest8089 wrote:
Sam Bradford is clearly the solution at Quarterback. Rumors circulated about the Browns inquiring, but that trade seems outside the realm of possibility. Although, Matt Barkley could be an enticing option if that inevitable LA 2015 Move catalyzes.

Sam took major steps this year. The issue was the supporting cast. While most fan bases apologize for poor QB play with this excuse, the numbers are revealing. With Danny Amendola in the lineup, the team converts over 40% of its 3rd Downs. Without him, it's below 27%.

The offensive line isn't as dismal as Fans make it out to be. Rams brought back Paul Bodreau last year and he has a track record of molding together a cohesive group.

Titus Young isn't a major addition, but he can compete to fill out the WR corps. Clearly he's talented but troubled.

There's a major decisions of what to do with Danny Amendola (27) this offseason. As a FA, the Franchise Tag seems unlikely. While he's valuable, he's not worth 10 million a year on a one year prove it deal.

The Front Office has boldly locked up Chris Long & James Laurinaitis which I appreciate. Clearly sorting out the Defensive Coordinator is a priority. Rex Ryan never made sense. 3-4 Guy when the team has exclusively 4-3 Personnel.

I expect the Rams let Bradley Fletcher depart in FA. With an exceptionally deep CB FA group, they can supplement Jenkins & Finnegan with a 3rd Corner.

Future does look bright. However, the team remaining in St. Louis is a real concern. The Rams will play 3 consecutive years in London. And negotiations to upgrade the stadium have reached an impasse. Moving the Rams back to LA is almost a certainty.


The Rams don't play in london anymore, they pulled out.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/eye-on-football/19789502/rams-pull-out-of-london-commitment-for-2013-and-2014
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The J.R.S.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 2:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hoj398 wrote:
Conquest8089 wrote:
Sam Bradford is clearly the solution at Quarterback. Rumors circulated about the Browns inquiring, but that trade seems outside the realm of possibility. Although, Matt Barkley could be an enticing option if that inevitable LA 2015 Move catalyzes.

Sam took major steps this year. The issue was the supporting cast. While most fan bases apologize for poor QB play with this excuse, the numbers are revealing. With Danny Amendola in the lineup, the team converts over 40% of its 3rd Downs. Without him, it's below 27%.

The offensive line isn't as dismal as Fans make it out to be. Rams brought back Paul Bodreau last year and he has a track record of molding together a cohesive group.

Titus Young isn't a major addition, but he can compete to fill out the WR corps. Clearly he's talented but troubled.

There's a major decisions of what to do with Danny Amendola (27) this offseason. As a FA, the Franchise Tag seems unlikely. While he's valuable, he's not worth 10 million a year on a one year prove it deal.

The Front Office has boldly locked up Chris Long & James Laurinaitis which I appreciate. Clearly sorting out the Defensive Coordinator is a priority. Rex Ryan never made sense. 3-4 Guy when the team has exclusively 4-3 Personnel.

I expect the Rams let Bradley Fletcher depart in FA. With an exceptionally deep CB FA group, they can supplement Jenkins & Finnegan with a 3rd Corner.

Future does look bright. However, the team remaining in St. Louis is a real concern. The Rams will play 3 consecutive years in London. And negotiations to upgrade the stadium have reached an impasse. Moving the Rams back to LA is almost a certainty.


The Rams don't play in london anymore, they pulled out.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/eye-on-football/19789502/rams-pull-out-of-london-commitment-for-2013-and-2014


Your entire last paragraph was unsubstantiated crap.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 6:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Rams aren't leaving for LA. In the end all NFL teams will use the LA threat to leverage new stadiums only to end with either the Chargers moving north a bit or the Raiders moving south, most likely the Chargers.

Here's a great article discussing Stan and the thought some have he's going to move. Makes a very compelling case for him staying in St.Louis.

http://101sports.com/category/misc-blogs/20130128/Will-St.-Louis-Keep-Rams/
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice.

Thread starts with a Cowboy stating his opinion of our team and asking what we think about it and it turns into Rams moving to LA.

Stop with this crap.

Justin Hoover82 wrote:
Hey guys, I'm going around giving my opinion of all the other teams except Giants, Shegals, and Deadskins cause I'm a cowboys fan and I'm biased against them. Now I'm just a guy so don't destroy me just giving my honest opinion of your team.

For the Rams fans, I think you guys have alot to look forward to and be excited about! I believe in Bradford and the addition of Titus Young will help him alot. On offense you guys need a new rb to replace sjax and some o-line help and your offense will be young and ready to roll. On defense I think yall have a chance to have a dominate d. You already have one of the best young d-line's in football, a beast mlb and great athletic cb's ( Jenkins was a steal ). Only real weakness is the safety spot. Another thing that will help is the two 1st round picks this yr and next yr. Soon you guys should be a real force to be reckoned with assuming Bradford is the real deal.

Let me know what you guys think of my assessment.


I agree with most of your assessments, except for the need of RB if Jackson leaves. We have 3 young Rbs, but I understand your reasoning on it and other Rams fans disagree with me. RT, LG, and a WR/TE (playmaker) would the Rams needs on offense. On defense, FS and OLB are the needs. The Rams most pressing need is FS in my opinion.
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