The St. Louis Rams won Sunday, beating the Seattle Seahawks 20-3 and killing several horribly embarrassing streaks:
17 consecutive losses versus NFC West teams.
Haven’t had a .500 record since 2006.
Hadn’t won two consecutive games since 2008.
Ok, that’s pretty great to get those horse collars off our neck. Not to mention Steve Jackson, @sj39, going out there at far less than 100% like a warrior and Sam Bradford continuing to make people forget that he’s only played half the number of NFL games than the number on his chest.
But lets just be cool about this St. Louis. By “St. Louis” we mean, the fans, the TV announcers, and of course, the sports radio pundits.
Just so we’re clear, this isn’t being cool:
It’s great to be excited, but if we spaz too much the other teams are going to laugh at all of us because of the hoosiers calling in comparing this team to the 1999 all because we beat two teams. A simple rule of thumb is to not say “playoffs” or “division winning” and instead say things like “good direction” or “promising future”…and maybe just completely stop putting Ram horns on your teenage special needs children.