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I am still bitter, need therapy, SB 36

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by ABIGRAMFAN, Aug 12, 2014.

  1. VARam Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely. The offense allowed New England to hang around prior to the Ty Law INT. Warner made terrible decisions all night long(including missing a wide open Holt in the early minutes of the second half). So did Martz, but what's lost in all of this is Jeff Wilkins missing his second FG attempt prior to the Law INT. He makes that FG, the Rams leave New Orleans with another Super Bowl.


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  2. Stranger How big is infinity?

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    They knew our plays for gods sakes!!! That's one consistent comment by Ram players on offense who have been a little too open in their comments.

    Additionally, the only reason we scored a TD was because on 4th down Martz drew-up a play on the sidelines that they hadn't seen before.

    This took tremendous effort to pull-off. It wasn't just Kukar, and it wasn't just some lone videographer. A lot of people had to be involved to make this happen, or it doesn't happen. And even with all of the extra help, they still almost blew it. We were just that good.
     
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  3. Rambition Well-Known Member

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    i tend to agree.
     
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  4. Ram Quixote Knight Errant

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    Those declined penalties were window dressing. The Rams will decline that; I can throw a flag. Tell you what, the Patriots should have been flagged more than the Rams. They played defense recklessly, with no regard for their safety or their opponent.

    Again, there were NO personal foul calls. That's a reflection on the head referee, Bernie Kukar.
     
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  5. Ram Quixote Knight Errant

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    Actually, it was 3rd down. That was 6 failed playcalls in the redzone.
     
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    "I had Tom Brady & Bill Bellicheat, Oh, It was the left hand, then the right hand.... I love those guys, I would do anything for them".
    - The Crookedest Bastard to ever wear stripes for the NFL, Bernie Kukar

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