Rams Injury Updates 2020

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SWAdude

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BTW, underneath the bare—ass lingerie pics, I saw a comment from McVay who said Wolford was “trending in a positive direction.” Sounds like the initial impression is that Wolford’s injury is not a serious one
I love this sport but never these injuries. Some are scary like the images of Wolford with a neck brace in an ambulance.

Thanks for the update!

Need one for AD.
 

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Here I am, showing up like a man to eat tons of crow.
I was wrong. I said he'd probably not play again this season. I said at the very most he'd come back and try in the playoffs and play for only 1 half a game at the most. I was wrong. I admit it. (I'm so glad I was wrong because he helped a lot today, even though it was overly obvious he was no where near 100%)

The crow I am a eatin.
I thought we had seen the last of Whit. And so did many others.

Crow has become an endangered species because of the like of me.

And thank god!

What an amazing man.
 

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I need to read the rule book. There was only reason for putting a shoulder into Wolfords helmet AFTER he had already hit the turf. And I don’t forgive Adams any just because he spoke to Wolford after the hit.
There's No Hitting above the Shoulder.

It's one thing if it's accidentally, but Adam's clearly targeted him.

Tv ref said it was Defenseless Player penalty.
 

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There's No Hitting above the Shoulder.

It's one thing if it's accidentally, but Adam's clearly targeted him.

Tv ref said it was Defenseless Player penalty.
I am not a fan of Adam's style. He's too full of himself. But he plays hard. The tackle he made on Henderson a few weeks ago showed his amazing speed and play making ability. But that play against Wolford was pure stupidity. The refs were stupid for picking up that flag too. How do they not know that rule by now? If that was Brady the refs would have paused the game and had the firing squad come out for a quick execution. Hopefully Adams learned from that. It was a scary moment.
 

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I am not a fan of Adam's style. He's too full of himself. But he plays hard. The tackle he made on Henderson a few weeks ago showed his amazing speed and play making ability. But that play against Wolford was pure stupidity. The refs were stupid for picking up that flag too. How do they not know that rule by now? If that was Brady the refs would have paused the game and had the firing squad come out for a quick execution. Hopefully Adams learned from that. It was a scary moment.
Wolford was going to the ground and Adams lowered his shoulder to hit him in the head,No Excuse.

I don't care if it was a Ram player, I'd call them out . Targeting does not belong in the NFL.

BTW nice post Elm like always.
 

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Wolford was going to the ground and Adams lowered his shoulder to hit him in the head,No Excuse.

I don't care if it was a Ram player, I'd call them out . Targeting does not belong in the NFL.

BTW nice post Elm like always.
The ref covered his rear by stating that Wolford at that point was a runner and thus the hitting the QB in the head rule was waived
Sure looked like a dirty play to me, regardless of who the player was getting hit and what position he played. Was pretty much a defenseless player at that point
 

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The ref covered his rear by stating that Wolford at that point was a runner and thus the hitting the QB in the head rule was waived
Sure looked like a dirty play to me, regardless of who the player was getting hit and what position he played. Was pretty much a defenseless player at that point
So when a QB is running and gives himself up he is fair game? When did the rule change? Fuck those refs. They are so transparent the way they let certain QBs get fouled and the top 3 or 4 you can't blow on. He should have been kicked out of the game the way the rules are now.
 

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So when a QB is running and gives himself up he is fair game? When did the rule change? Fuck those refs. They are so transparent the way they let certain QBs get fouled and the top 3 or 4 you can't blow on. He should have been kicked out of the game the way the rules are now.
There’s no way in the world that if same play happened to Brady, Wilson, Mahomes etc that they don’t throw the flag. And then the outrage about how he tried to hurt ——. Such total nonsense.
 

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Report: Rams QBs John Wolford and Jared Goff both ‘should be OK’

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Report: Rams QBs John Wolford and Jared Goff both ‘should be OK’ (yahoo.com)

Rams will head into the divisional round of the playoffs with questions at quarterback, not even knowing who their starter will be. John Wolford left Saturday’s game with a neck injury and was even taken to the hospital as a precautionary measure, though he did return to the locker room to celebrate the win. Jared Goff is less than two weeks removed from thumb surgery, and it clearly hindered him against the Seahawks.

Sean McVay doesn’t know who will start or the exact status of either player for next week, but according to Adam Schefter, they’re both trending in the right direction. Wolford returned to Los Angeles with the team on Saturday night, and according to Schefter’s source, both quarterbacks “should be OK.”

After spending Saturday afternoon at the hospital, Rams’ QB John Wolford returned to LA last night with the team, per source. Both Rams’ QBs, Wolford (neck) and Jared Goff (thumb) are banged up, but in words of one source both “should be OK.”
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 10, 2021
Wolford started the game but left early in the first quarter, playing just 15 snaps at quarterback. Goff replaced him and didn’t have the best performance – he completed 9 of 19 passes for 155 yards and a touchdown – but given the circumstances with his thumb still an issue, he did enough to help the Rams win.

This will obviously be a situation to monitor as the week progresses, but it’s a good sign that both quarterbacks are expected to be OK.
 

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I'll give Adams credit he is a good player but that was a cheap shot. I told my wife after the play they should put Brown in and let him hit Adams with a blind side block after the next play was over. It would be worth 15 yards to sent that punk a message.