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Stupid Rams

Clemons and his 15 step drop lol
Yes. RUN the ball. OC should be fired today for that blunder.
Originally posted by grizzlyadams:
Rams had the Cheaphawks on the ropes ready to help the Niners get even with Seattle. But same ole' Rams. Losers couldn't help us out.

Not even worried, Seahawks have been average the past 5 games, barely beating the texans, losing to the colts and struggling vs titans, cards and rams. Their O-Line is weak, Okung is due to comeback on Nov 17th but its just a matter of time before he gets hurt again. I think the Rams showed a blue print on how to attack their defence, which is right up the gut. While the hawks do have athletic d-linemen, and they rotate those guys in and out, still they're built light... You can not abandon the running game when you play the Seahawks, something we've done the last 2 times up in Seattle. On offense, the Seahawks are mediocre without Lynch and it showed most last night, 134 yrds of total offense with 80 coming on one play.. pathetic. Crowd Wilson with rushing 5+ guys and he's a below avg QB. To me their 7-1 record is an aberration, 2nd half of the season is always the tougher... the #1 seed is still in play and there are four teams that will contend for it, Niners, Saints, Hawks and Packers.
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i hate the f**king rams and i hate them for making me root for them,, knowing they would find a way to f**k it up at the end. god i hate needing help from other teams but thats the result of the colts fiasco which of course goes back to roman in my opinion
They showed a good formula to beat them.
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
They showed a good formula to beat them.

they did or did the Colts
Bottom line, the Rams made more mistakes than the Seahawks and that's how Seattle escaped with the win. The Rams turned the ball over twice, missed a crucial 50 yd FG, and gave up ONE long TD pass that could have been an INT. End of story.
If you want a job done right, you have to do it yourself!

I hate having to root for the rams!
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by LasVegasWally:
They showed a good formula to beat them.

they did or did the Colts

Not necessarily. When SEA really wants to, they stack the box and go man coverage. This helps them contain the run enough to force an offense to pass on one of those 3 downs. What Indy did was hit them with the QB running.

I think Gore will gash them here and there but Kap will also need to gash them.

Another thing is that we have sucked against Lynch. Rams rocked Lynch.
lol Janoris Jenkins. Two weeks in a row he's been abused for a TD.
Originally posted by Niners99:
They were running the ball down their throat, and they let Kellen Clemens throw for the final 2 plays at the 2???

This is why the Rams are the Rams. We NEEDED this upset. Freakin Rams.

they would have had a better shot letting johnny hekker throw those passes
if kellen clemens plays as well as he did vs niners 2 years ago (game where he got an iinjured ankle at end) no way seattle wins
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
Originally posted by NeonNiner:
Honestly, I'm too mad at the Rams tonight. Props to their defense - strong all night despite the ineptitude of the offense and they let RW have it

Offense choked (it's the Lambs, duh) and although they didn't win, they did do something important. They exposed Seattle. They basically displayed the blueprint of how to beat or at least limit Seattle on both sides of the ball to the entire league. I really, really hope Roman and Fangio watched this game tonight because if the Rams with their back up QB came so close to causing an upset and adding a W against them tonight, we sure as hell got this game in Week 13 if we come with the RIGHT game plan.
seattle doesnt want to see us right now, nobody does. theyre declining while we are getting stronger. their homefield advantage is ridiculous, but they arent playing home every week and I think we would take them at home right now too playing like we are.

It's hard to call them declining. They are 7 - 1.

have you watched any of their games lately? they dont look like the team that beat us. they barely beat teams that we bulldozed and then again tonight against a peewee rams team with a s**tty backup qb leave it to the rams to f**k up for them to win. seattle's record may be 7-1 but they dont look like a dominant team to me

I'd rather be 7 - 1 than 6 - 2. Or 8 - 0 like Alex is even better....
8 games left man, id rather be 6-2 and improving than 7-1 struggling going into the playoffs.
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
8 games left man, id rather be 6-2 and improving than 7-1 struggling going into the playoffs.

The playoffs are starting now?!?!?!
Originally posted by maltz88:
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
8 games left man, id rather be 6-2 and improving than 7-1 struggling going into the playoffs.

The playoffs are starting now?!?!?!

playoff push usually starts in the 2nd half of the season and it develops a playoff atmosphere. most teams would rather lose the games they lose in the first half and play stronger in the second half. maybe youre not familiar with that, the niners usually make the playoffs so this is sort of standard procedure.