Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Bing Bong

Every time someone at my store opens the door, the door chime goes "Bing Bong" to alert me that someone has entered. This is exactly what the Rams have done to the NFL - a big loud "BING BONG" - We're here! Once again in first place where they belong, the Rams went into Denver and won where only a handful of visiting teams had won in the last several years. Albeit nearly snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, they did finally close out a game that they were leading in the fourth quarter and are now perched at the top with a pallitable 5-6 record.

Chris Long? "BING BONG!" Fred Robbins? BING BONG!" Bradford? "BING BONG BING BONG!" The Rams are here and here to stay. So what if a 7-9 team can win a Division and host a playoff game against a 9-7 or 10-6 team? So what! Can the ugly guy get the hot chick? Can the underdog win on the road? Can a black man be President in this country? Then a frickin sub .500 team can be in the playoffs! We're here and ready to play next week against a sorry, sorry Cardinals team who got a beatdown at home by the Whiners. 6-6? Bing Bong!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


Rumblings are going around to can Shurmur and hire Chili for the OC job. Not sure how that would pan out, since he seems to have a thing for pissing off his QB, but it may be worth a shot.

 This dink and dunk conservative crap that Shurmur is throwing out there is getting unbearable. If Childress will open up the playbook to use SJ39 more often and take more shots down the field then it could be just what the doctor ordered. Which doctor, I have no idea, but he ordered it.

 Now just do it.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010


I say turrible, just turrible that we lost that game. Can't win on the road if our lives depended on it, can't seem to stop normal joe schmoes from tearing us apart, and can't seem to get a good game plan two games in a row. What was with the dink and dunk in the second half? And the PI call on OJ at the end of the game - are you kidding me? OJ had inside position on a horribly thrown ball. If anything it should be Offensive Interference for the receiver knocking the defender down and thus denying an interception. At any rate we had plenty of chances to win the game but as long as we continue to allow TE's to burn us we will continue to lose. Our defense was turrible, our play calling was turrible, and to lose to the frickin whiners is turrible. Wonder what the Falcons will do to us this week.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Bye Bye Bruce

On the day when the Rams celebrated Isaac Bruce by retiring his number 80, OMG what a game! Sure it was against the Panthers, but they had just put a beatdown on the 49ers the week before and all the experts were expressing awe over their two rookie WR's who had torched the Niner's secondary. So much for that, eh?

 Ex Ducks QB Matt Moore had a hard time finding those rookies, as did the entire team in finding the endzone. Our Defense played as brilliantly as it had all year, and Bradford became the first #1-picked QB since the 1969 draft to win 4 of his first 5 home starts. This guy is unbelievable, and although Suh had a monster game yesterday too, he is far and away the best choice we could have made in the draft.

 Either player would have been a great addition for us, but without this leader on our team Suh would already be beaten down by being on the field for 50 of the 60 minutes every game. Sam's throws were on target and his overall game play was just incredible.

 Going into the bye week we are in sole possession of second place and are primed to take this division. Cards have no QB, Niners have no QB, and Hawks have Hasselbeck. We have Bradford, and the Niners next. Woohoo!