The Rams had to win and they did, despite their usual lame offensive coaching when they get even the smallest of leads. Sam Bradford led the charge with 292 yards, going 28 for 37 with 1 touchdown and no interceptions, all while breaking Peyton Manning’s 12-year old record for NFL rookie completions. “I guess it’s pretty cool,” Bradford said of the record. “I’m all fired up about the win. If you don’t get excited for a game like this, you’re probably in the wrong business. [Read More]
Rams Lose Governor’s Cup to Chiefs. St. Louis on Suicide Watch
Yeah Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo, we’d be sad too if our team just went out secure play-off spot in the game that decided the all “important” Missouri Governor’s Cup and instead of winning, decided to go out and vag away the game with interceptions, sacks and getting shredded by a dude that just had his appendix taken out less than 2 weeks ago. Cassel went the distance only 11 days after an emergency appendectomy, leading the way in a 27-13 victory over the suddenly sagging St. [Read More]
Kurt Warner Turns Judas to Rams Fan Acolytes
Kurt Warner won a Super Bowl for the Rams and a probable Disney movie with his ultimate St. Louis scrappy life story. We don’t remember all the details since no one mentioned it much…pretty sure it had something to do with stocking shelves at HyVee, football and praying to Jesus/Cthulhu that Trent Green would get hurt (totally worked!). Eh. Not important. The important thing is that he is a Rams legend and not matter how many random stops he did along down the final path to retirement, he will always be a Ram. [Read More]
Rams Lose in Overtime to Crappy 49ers
Someone tell the Rams that the games on the road count too. For the second time in as many away games, the Rams let a win slip away in the final seconds as the 49ers beat the Rams in overtime, raising their record to 3-6 while the Rams dropped to 4-5 and out of 1st place in the NFC West. What the hell happened? Maybe we don’t have wide receivers worth a damn. [Read More]
Could Bad Boy Randy Moss Be a Ram Today?
_‘Fro-less Update: The Rams have passed. No Randy Moss for the Rams. Source: ESPN.com_ Original story follows… Randy Moss has always been one of the most talented wide receivers in the National Football League…when he wants to be. This year alone, he’s been sent packing from two teams, the Patriots and Vikings. Being cut from the Vikings after only four weeks has cleared the way so that by 4pm today, he could be a St. [Read More]
Mizzou Beats Oklahoma, Sam Bradford Loses Bet
The day before his current team was dealt an heartbreaking loss, Sam Bradford’s alma mater, Oklahoma, lost to Mizzou and in turn, Sam Bradford lost the bet he had in place with Rams wide receiver Danario Alexander. Quite a crappy weekend for Rams Quarterback Sam Bradford, but he seems to be enjoying himself all the same: Our Photoshopping (perfectly suitable for sending a photo link to your friends at Oklahoma) of a happy Sam Bradford rocking Mizzou gear is only a preview of reality, as the loser of the bet had to wear their collegate rival’s colors during practice the next week. [Read More]
Rams Beat Chargers to Even Record
The Rams beat the Chargers at home Sunday to pull to an unlikely 3 – 3 record. KMOV had the game for a change and pretty much pissed themselves with an overly-excited post-game show so that was “fun”. In the kinda way that watching a retarded kid get excited about tater tots is fun for a second and then you are like “Dude, calm the hell down. They are just tater tots. [Read More]
The Lions Pounced on the Rams and Ate Their Face
The Lions didn’t just beat our St. Louis Rams Sunday afternoon, they destroyed them, dropping their largest point total on an opponent in over 15 years. The Lions bent over the Rams and just went to town, causing Detroit wide receiver Nate Burleson to have to take a break from banging us because he balls were apparently on fire (above). So much for all that “We might make the playoffs!” talk from last week huh? [Read More]
The Rams Won Again. Everyone Just Be Cool.
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. [Read More]
The Rams Beat the Redskins!
If Adolf Hitler, Jeffery Dahmer, Corey Haim, George Steinbrenner and Dixie Carter are all thinking “Man it’s oddly temperate today.” it’s all because of the Rams dropping a W on the Washington Redskins and thus making hell get a little chilly. The Rams (1-2) won for only the second time in 29 games overall behind a strong start and even stronger finish, with the biggest offensive showing under second-year coach Steve Spagnuolo. [Read More]