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The Rams' highest-graded offensive player on Sunday, per Pro Football Focus: LT Greg Robinson. Score of 79.2. Not much else to choose from, but still a bit encouraging for the former No. 2 overall pick, who was benched last week.
Yeah, I was only half joking so don't let me down more posts here than a potential "Vent" thread. In the first half, Jared Goff has thrown 3 TD's, and Case Keenum is now making vacation plans, cuz he'll never be the Rams starter again (STAY HEALTHY JARED!).
While I am typing this, Ingram just ran like 60 plus yards, WTH?
Anyway, I have not been this happy about a Rams QB since Mark Bulger, and hopefully he is much better than Bulger. Those intermediate throws are so good, unlike the ducks Case throws. Since we are down 2 TD's again, looks like the kid may get 5 TD's today in a loss (hope not), but whatever...The future is bright because it looks like we have the most important piece on the team now, and the draft cost was worth it.
And what potential HC candidate wouldn't want Goff, Gurley, Donald, and LA?
THOUSAND OAKS – For the 10th time in his eight-year career, Kenny Britt is playing with a new starting quarterback.
This past Sunday, the Rams finally started No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff, giving fans reason to keep watching what has become an increasingly frustrating season. In a rainy debut at the Coliseum, he completed 17 of 31 passes for 134 yards — a performance that neither lifted nor doomed his team in a 14-10 loss to the Dolphins.
“He did OK,” Britt said. “He handled himself well for his first NFL game. He hasn’t been on the field for a couple of months now.”
It’s difficult to accurately assess Goff based on one game. In an offense that looked as constrained as ever last weekend, the former Cal star threw just five passes that traveled more than 10 yards through the air. Moving forward, the Rams’ hopes for an unlikely playoff...
I'm Thankful for the Rams and a forum like ROD. Thankful for all of you unique individuals on the ROD forum that make following our team even better. Thankful for Family and all the small things in life we take for granted.
Thankful that our wait finally ended and we get to watch our Rams young franchise quarterback start in his second career game at New Orleans this Sunday.
So whats up with our run game? Is it Gurley? Is it the O-line? Is it scheme?
It's a little bit of all 3. I went back and watched a lot Gurley's runs throughout the season and in this post I want to focus on some of Gurley's missed opportunities for big plays. I made a short video of some plays where Gurley could have broken a possible long run if he hits the hole.
Watching Gurley run this year he seems indecisive or sometimes he doesn't wait for his blocks to develop and hits the hole too fast, usually ending up plowing through the backs of his O-line. His vision has not been as good this year compared to last. His burst is lacking some and I begin to wonder if he's playing hurt. If Gurley is to become a top RB he needs to hit on some of these opportunities. The greats make plays and while Todd has made some they have been few and far between...
LOS ANGELES – The Rams being back in Hollywood and all, it seems only appropriate to tie their current situation into the essential elements of script writing and movie making.
Specifically, Rule No. 1.
Every spoken line and scene must be written, constructed and acted in a way that moves the story forward.
Any line or scene that isn’t advancing the story, no matter how clever or entertaining or cinematically brilliant it might be, is a complete waste of time and needs to be immediately cut.
You’ve got 90 minutes and 110 pages to tell your story. So make everything count.
Which brings us back to Jeff Fisher and Case Keenum and Jared Goff and how the Rams are clinging to ego and false hope while letting another season circle the drain.
Even when an opportunity to cease wasting precious time and...
Well, being a night owl on the West coast i'm thinking i'll just stay up all night for this one if i can.
It's time to end the 2 game skid and get to 4-3. Rams will still be sitting firmly in the thick of the race if we can get it done today.
Quick thoughts: Defense has to be awake, prepared and schemed. Undermanned today...less pass rush and cover corner. I don't like the idea of another shootout which it could very well become.
What a great day for #30 to go off and dominate right? Let it be so.
This game at Detroit probably and very likely will determine if the 2016 Rams are able to win more than 7 or 8 games.
History doesn't lie and when we ignore it, the same things almost always happen again. There is a trending truth about Jeff Fisher's Rams teams with a telling story about them starting 3-3.
With the usual common issues on offense, this 2016 Rams 3-2 team better not become another 3-3 Fisher team.
Many Rams fans might balk at the significance and impact that this game has next Sunday, but I believe this is coach Fisher's most important game since being hired as the head coach.
Do not let this team Fall to 3-3 Jeff Fisher. History doesn't favor your teams starting 3-3 and this 2016 team is not protected from your past. It is a different team but there are too many of the same issues that wiped out your other 3-3 teams.
Fisher has started the season 3-3 three different times as head coach of the Rams and his current team is 3-2 but on the...
Sorry for the fast post but just wanted to start off everybody's morning tomorrow with a nice video to get you pumped!
I hope your transition to LA has been ok for your fan base. We know first hand how that could have gone. Luckily, we had a billionaire invest a ton of money into our sports/city.
As you know, we shut out the Patriots on the road, the first team since 1993 to do so.
This is after totally dismantling the Cardinals on every phase. The Bills are clicking on all cylinders and are getting healthy. We get Marcell Dareus and Seantrel Henderson (6th OL/swing tackle) back against the Rams.
Our only injuries heading into the game are Sammy Watkins (IR), Reggie Ragland our second round pick (IR), and first round pick Shaq Lawson (back week 7). We expect the entirety of our roster to play except those three.
Outside of the Thursday Night explosion by the Jets (played their super bowl as Rex as tauanted Ryan Fitzpatrick for like 10 years), we have only allowed 10.6 points per game, and those three opponents are 7-5 (with two of those loses being from us).
Rex will ALWAYS play...
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