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Who was the Player of the Week for week 5?
Cortland Finnegan- 5 tackles, 1 Sack
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James Laurinaitis: 7 tackles, 1 Sack
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Robert Quinn: 3 Sacks, 1 FF, 4 Tackles
97%
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Jo-Lunn Dunbar: 5 tackles, 1 Sack
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Sam Bradford: 141 yards, 2 TD's, 1 INT
2%
 2%  [ 1 ]
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

im stoked for this game i'll be there in miami watching live
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 10, 2012 10:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That lame dude in those pictures got released by the Colts a couple days ago. Just thought it should be known. Kind of a coincidence, eh?

I really want to see this defense to play the way it has at home in Miami. That's really the only thing that is holding this team back, the ability to play good away from the dungeon (I mean, the dome).
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 2:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

We are last in running % in the first quarter..
Here are the 5 worst..


1 Rams 32.7%
2 Saints 34.2%
3 Falcons 36.3%
4 Chargers 36.4%
5 Giants 36.9%

Dolphins are first..

1 Dolphins 54.4%
2 Seahawks 54.0%
3 Chiefs 53.8%
4 Vikings 53.7%
5 49ers 52.3%
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 2:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

According to that guy Huckaby in general...we are WAY over matched guys. We didn't know this...but Miami is the best team in the NFL! Shocked Shocked

We need to call Jeff and get him to stay in Saint Louy...This is gonna get ugly.

Forget that we have 10 days of rest and prep under our belts...not to mention riding the biggest win we have had since the early 2000's.

We gotta run!

Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



LACE EM UP..

Can't wait for Sunday..
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Riftt wrote:
According to that guy Huckaby in general...we are WAY over matched guys. We didn't know this...but Miami is the best team in the NFL! Shocked Shocked

We need to call Jeff and get him to stay in Saint Louy...This is gonna get ugly.

Forget that we have 10 days of rest and prep under our belts...not to mention riding the biggest win we have had since the early 2000's.

We gotta run!

Rolling Eyes


After reading that thread I can cancel Comedy Central on TV. Wow that was entertaining in a bad way.

Can't wait to see how our run D responds this week. Brockers has a game under his belt and they've had a week to prepare. I don't see them passing a lot on us.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

El ramster wrote:


LACE EM UP..

Can't wait for Sunday..

Same... I know it's going to be close either way and most likely go down to a final drive. I think we have a 50/50 shot. The defense doesn't scare me that much, we have faced better this season already in the bears/cards/hawks imo.
What does scare me is Bush...If he gets rolling that could be bad, we have to hit him early and often. Bush has a history of not responding well to getting hit in the jaw.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

With Daniel Thomas is on the shelf and Reggie Bush admittedly banged up, we may not see the same machine of a Running attack they have been putting out there the first 5 weeks.

We need to make them put the game on Tannehill's shoulders, and with our CBs against their WRs I like that match up.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I honestly see 3-4 picks coming in..
The defense has been getting better
every week.. Heck we started blitzing last
week.. Long and Quinn are playing with
confidence. Quinn has been playing like
a man CHILD..
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El ramster wrote:
I honestly see 3-4 picks coming in..
The defense has been getting better
every week.. Heck we started blitzing last
week.. Long and Quinn are playing with
confidence. Quinn has been playing like
a man CHILD..

Quinn has Long to play against this week.... This week will be a big one for him in terms of facing an elite LT.

I'm going to go with my gut and say Chris Long gets 2 sacks this game. JJ gets a pick six and we win 19 to 12. With LOTS of Field Goals.
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'Meet you at the QB' is Rams' defensive theme

October 08, 2012 12:05 am BY JIM THOMAS jthomas@post-dispatch.com > 314-340-8197

With the pesky Arizona Cardinals refusing to go quietly into the night, Rams defensive line coach Mike Waufle had a message for Robert Quinn late in the fourth quarter.

"Before we went out there Coach Waufle said the great players step up," Quinn said. "He started comparing me to DeMarcus Ware, Osi (Umenyiora), whatever."

Quinn must have taken Waufle's words to heart. Because with a first down at the St. Louis 45 and 1 minute, 41 seconds to play, Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb couldn't avoid getting some face time with the Rams' second-year defensive end.

Quinn raced around the edge from his right end position, dipped his inside shoulder to help get around Arizona tackle D'Anthony Batiste, and grabbed the arm of Kolb before he could get the pass away. The ball squirted to the ground, and William Hayes pounced on the fumble to preserve a 17-3 Rams victory. The Cardinals have been kings of the late-game comeback, including an overtime victory over Miami the previous week but not this time.

It was Quinn's third sack of the evening, putting a topper on his first multi-sack game as an NFL player. Besides the sacks, Quinn also had five quarterback pressures and three QB hits.

"His statistics and his plays were a result of everybody around him," Rams coach Jeff Fisher said. "He did a great job on the edge, we got inside push, we had coverage downfield, and he took advantage of it. They elected to chip and turn protection towards Chris (Long) and so Robert had a big day. Robert, along with our entire defense, had a very productive day as far as pressure was concerned."

Although Quinn was the headliner, the Rams totaled nine sacks, 18 pressures and 15 quarterback hits. In terms of sacks, Long, Jermell Cudjo, Jo-Lonn Dunbar, James Laurinaitis, Cortland Finnegan and Bradley Fletcher chipped in with one apiece.

Kolb took such a beating, you almost felt sorry for him, right?

"You know, that's our opponent," Quinn said, chuckling. "If I, as you said 'quote-unquote' felt sorry for him, then I would say I'm not doing my job to the fullest. ... He seemed like a tough player."

The Rams attacked this game like no other in terms of orchestrating pressure. They blitzed 20 times in the Thursday night game, with a blitz defined as sending more than four pass-rushers. The 20 blitzes were easily a season high; against Seattle four days earlier, the Rams blitzed just seven times.

The Rams sent linebackers up the middle or overloaded one side with them. Before suffering a concussion midway through the second quarter when he collided with teammate Josh Hull, safety Quintin Mikell was sent blitzing off the edge three times. Once Mikell was sidelined, cornerback Finnegan was sent several times, getting a fourth-down sack to end an Arizona drive that had reached the St. Louis 13 on the series before Quinn's sack-fumble.

"They were on the field an awful lot," Fisher said. "But they got consistent pressure throughout the day. We were a little frustrated with Kevin's mobility. He's really a fine quarterback from the 'leg' standpoint. But we hung in there and that was obviously a difference. We got sacks. We got field positions changes."

Only the first of Quinn's three sacks came in a blitz situation midway through the second quarter when the Rams lined up in a 3-man front but sent linebackers Dunbar and Hull from the opposite side. Quinn's second sack came with 4 minutes left in the third quarter, when he got Batiste leading to the outside, and then ducked to the inside to drop Kolb.

Quinn's final sack, as Fisher mentioned, came on a play in which the Big Red shaded its protection to Long's left end position by keeping a running back in on that side.

When all was said and done, it added up to a nine-sack night, the highest total for a Rams defense in 14 years.

"I think everything's finally starting to click," Quinn said. "It just doesn't happen overnight. Coach Waufle's definitely going to make the whole group of defensive linemen an elite unit, and hopefully we can keep putting up numbers like that."

Quinn, whose six sacks this season surpasses his total (five) from his entire rookie year, has the potential to be the team's most dominant defender. Long predicted that would be the case at the end of last spring. But the ends are playing a game of "meet you at the quarterback" this season.

"We joke around," Quinn said. "We're rushing to the quarterback, seeing who gets there first. I guess I jumped the count here and there on him a couple times and beat him. But it's a friendly competition. We're excited for each other."

At no time was that more evident than after Quinn's victory-clinching sack-fumble against Arizona. Just after the play, Long and Quinn hopped excitedly in front of each other and then did the man-hug thing.

There were no hugs, however, for Kolb.

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I think alot of people are excited to see the matchup between Jake Long & Robert Quinn, but they are seeming to forget that Chris Long is going to be on the other side going up against a rookie in Jonathan Martin. That could be the real matchup that really decide this game.

Brockers and Langford are going to be key to handle that Interior Line and let Laurinaitis & Dunbar run free to make tackles. Like I said, stop the run game, and make Tannehill beat us.
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Brockers made a huge difference.. Same as Kendall..
They held the Linemen from getting to that second level.
Miami should be a real good test..
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Riftt wrote:
According to that guy Huckaby in general...we are WAY over matched guys. We didn't know this...but Miami is the best team in the NFL! Shocked Shocked

We need to call Jeff and get him to stay in Saint Louy...This is gonna get ugly.

Forget that we have 10 days of rest and prep under our belts...not to mention riding the biggest win we have had since the early 2000's.

We gotta run!

Rolling Eyes


Yea, I was laughing while reading what he had to say. Not to say Miami can't beat us handily. I don't really trust us on the road but they're not anywhere near as good as he made them seem and they're not more talented than us. I'd say we have similar teams. We'll see if we took advantage of those extra days of prep.
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 11, 2012 6:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

On defense, just gotta make sure Brian Hartline and Reggie Bush do not beat you.

Offense is a different story. That Dolphins defense can not be ran on. Gotta attack the outside. Richard Marshall and Sean Smith have struggled a bit early on in the season. Gotta capitalize on that.
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