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One of my favorite (recent) Rams moments

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by -X-, Jun 2, 2014.

  1. RamzFanz

    RamzFanz Well-Known Member

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    I agree in as much as TA will be a better receiver IMHO. DA has great in him but he can't stay on the field. Patriots are learning a hard lesson. No way Fisher is letting that talent go without very good reason.

    You throw in TA's triple threat and there's no comparison. I would bet every Ram $ that when it's time to pay TA, it won't be a question.
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    Best GIF ever!


    And this one is Gregg Williams favorite!
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    SierraRam Recreational User

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    [​IMG] My favorite moment: When we took Donald at 13.

    Our committment to trench warfare was proven and every other team took notice!
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    Bluesy Reppin' the Rams since 2000

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    Oh yeah no doubt. There were some awful calls that game, I do remember getting heated about that.

    I think my favorite moment so far from the Fisher era is when we beat the Niners in 2012 in OT at home. Just a memorable moment from where I watched the game and the drama through the whole game. So much suspense and then Zuerlein came through in the clutch. I won't forget that one.
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    He was paid....yes, but not for his play making...it was because he was a cheaper version of Welker, who the Pats didn't want to pay...so they went the cheaper route, and got just what they paid less for...less production....by the time Amendola caught his first TD in 2013, Welker had 9...and add to that the fact that Amendola can't stay healthy...yeah, give me Tavon any day and twice on Sunday.
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    I like Amendola, and I wasn't really calling him mediocre per se. But what exactly in his history makes him a good to great receiver, exactly?

    I guess in some eyes 600 yards and 3 TD's is really good. But that's not my standard and I don't think it's anyone else's.
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    I still don't get why this is a penalty. He made a football move and got clocked. I thought this was the NFL not flag football.
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  8. -X-

    -X- I'm the dude, man.

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    It wasn't a penalty.
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    bwdenverram Well-Known Member

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    I thought they called it one? Was it just ruled no catch at the time? Because otherwise it would have been a TO.
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  10. -X-

    -X- I'm the dude, man.

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    Yeah, incomplete.
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    That was a clean hit IMO. The claim that he was defensless was BS.
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    LesBaker Mr. Savant

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    Admins give this man some ROD$ for finding this LOL....that was funny.
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    RamFan503 Grill and Brew Master

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    I believe it WAS. Fuggin refs!
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  14. -X-

    -X- I'm the dude, man.

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    It wasn't. It was an incomplete pass, but Shanahan went nuts and turned even more red when it didn't get called. He was on the sidelines screaming about it, and managed to get the refs into a circle to hear him out, but they never threw the flag on it.
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    Do you think if it would have been the "real" refs, they throw the flag? I do especially if it was Boger's crew, if he's the ref for our games it almost makes me not want to watch it.. :sick:
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    -X- I'm the dude, man.

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    Absolutely.

    There's also a play on Washington's final drive where Griffin is forced out of the pocket and ends up dumping off, but out of frame Craig Dahl gets caught looking in the backfield and lets his receiver fly right by him. If Griffin had just one more second, he could have hit his guy and ended the game right there. Man am I ever glad that Dahl ended up being jettisoned.
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    That shall be the story of our d-line's life, we will be hearing it quite often this year. My favorite penalty was when RGME was running down the sideline and we pushed him out of bounds while he was still in bounds and was called for unnecessary roughness. Or who can forget good ol' Bob yelling at the end of the play after he committed to a read option qb run, after the tackle he yells "Leading with the crown of his helmet ref!" GTFO you lil bitch!
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    I love the Ram fans reaction up in the right corner
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  19. RamFan503

    RamFan503 Grill and Brew Master

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    My bad. I thought they called that defenseless receiver on that play. Maybe another one I'm thinking of that was quite similar.
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    -X- I'm the dude, man.

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    The announcers did.
    Often.
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