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Now the question is can the St. Louis Rams who were 1-15 last year in the first season under coach Steve Spagnuolo maybe win 2 games this coming season?
The Rams have a really deep hole to climb out of , but they have a pretty good coach so they should be competitive in a couple more years. Football season cannot get here soon enough !
hey you. . .so wanna give us an update on how it feels to be an iggly wiggly fan at this time of year?
The now get Bradford in Traing Camp which is a major deal. The Rams have a long way to go as a team. Bradford will gets his lumps this year.
Having Spags as a coach he is one lucky rookie!
So you getting on board with me in cheering the Jets on this year. . or at least until the Iggles get in together in the next 3-4 years?
I don't know about jumping on the Jet bandwagon, but they should be interesting to watch. Another entertaining AFC team will be the Bengals this year!
the Bengals will be entertaining for sure. . but will the 2 egos crash and burn . .Nov 25 the Bengals come to visit the Jets. . that will be quite a game. . .hehehe Revis is sure to shut down TOocho!!!
But he can only shut down one at a time!!! There will be Ocho, T.O. and also Antonio (Bryant). Hmmm those names rhyme.
Oh wow, the Jets/Bengals game is on Turkey Day? That WILL be awesome. -Marks the calendar-
As for everyone's analysis of Bradford, I wouldn't be surprised if he has a similar season as Stafford had last year. Being a rookie is tough, especially on a crap team. But hey, at least he has Steven Jackson, huh?
SJ yes and Sam has one of the greatest coaches ever . .Spags . .just look at what has happened to my Giants since he left NY . . The Rams are a challenge for Spags and I cant wait to see what he does with them and for them in the coming years.
$50M down the drain. He will be hurt most of the time. He is a good QB, but not that good. Maybe just a PR stunt to sell tickets. Takes a lot more than a QB to make a team good. If the OL isn't good then it will be many trips to the IR for Sam.
I remember the beating Peyton Manning took his first season as well as Troy Aikman. Not comparing Bradford to those, but those guys took a beating to start with. Bradford will get initiated to the NFL quickly.
Yes he will. I guarantee the defense's he faces will be teeing off on him partly because of the contract and partly because of his predisposition for getting injured.
I hope he turns out as good as Manning or Aikman, realistically though, I don't see it happening.
by Shari 7 years ago
The Rams in 2009 had a 1-15 record, they have doubled their wins from last season under Steve Spagnuolo in his second-year as head coach. The Rams are tied for first place in the NFC West after successfully beating the Seahawks in week 4. Despite the groin injury limiting star running...
by Shari 6 years ago
In order to secure the AFCâ��s No. 6 seed, the Jets have to beat the Dolphins in Miami and the Bengals have to lose to the Ravens in Cincinnati and the Titans must lose to the Texans in Houston and the Raiders must lose or tie the Chargers in Oakland or the Broncos must lose or tie the Chiefs...
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
I really want to see Tebow play. It's not enough that the Jets can't run the ball or pass it for Tebow to play significantly. What will it take. If he comes in and runs the table, the Jets could be a playoff team:)
by Ken R. Abell 7 years ago
Should Sam Bradford be the Rams starting quarterback now? Is he the real deal?
by tony0724 7 years ago
Atlanta ? Pittsburgh ? The Eagles ? The Pats ? Or somebody else ?
by AskAshlie3433 7 years ago
Where would you rank his performance among the greatest playoff performances of the past?
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