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My Babies
Mon Nov 13, 2017 3:35 am
  • I have been posting here for idk, since 2012? ish.

    This was my home board when all of the St. Louis Rams boards banned me, cuz I hate St. Louis. Rams belong in Los Angeles - I said that then, and it's true now.

    Last week, I was in New York at Met Life Stadium to see my babies play. (omg! I was kinda in aww).

    I talked some little shit before the game, then Rams started winning. The Giants fans behind me said: HEY Rams girl, Now you can talk some shit. I had nothing to say other than, Rams are gonna win. I not very good at this.

    Yep.

    So, I feel the same here.

    I member, what 2013 when Rams drafted Austin and some dumbasses came in and were crazy. You all smartly shut down the overtalk fast.

    Now that Rams are w McVay, my concept of the Rams is coming true. I mean for sure, it has only existed in my head all these years until now, but hey.

    My babies are good now. I don't really know how that relates to discussing football with all of you here.
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Re: My Babies
Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:25 am
  • :twisted: I sure liked em better with Fisher coaching, they sure do look miles better with a staff change. The talent has existed for some time but wasnt utilized correctly. It's good for you and long term if the Seahawks can get healthy and used correctly its good for both. The 49ers sharpened the superbowl team Rams Seahawks may do the same.
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Re: My Babies
Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:25 am
  • Congrats on the terrific season this year. Your team was only lacking a good coach. Congrats
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Re: My Babies
Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:53 am
  • 1) Congrats, Alice. :)
    2) I'm glad that the Rams seem to have lost their ability to play at a Super Bowl-contending level twice per year exclusively against the Seahawks.
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Re: My Babies
Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:14 am
  • Yep, Rams looking good, Kupp being drafted there means I actually have to care a little about the Rams. Think you have a lot to look forward to, Alice!
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Re: My Babies
Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:52 am
  • I'm curious to see how the Rams do the remainder of the schedule. It really gets tough. 5 of their remaining games 7 games are against playoff caliber teams.
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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:42 am
  • Welcome back to the competitive side of the NFCW. It's been a while, Alice.

    And I'm glad your team is doing so well. We needed another team to step up in the division since the Whiners imploded and the Tweety Birds are on the verge of doing the same.
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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 10:16 am
  • Random thought: It's funny how my strong dislike for the Rams largely departed with Jeff Fisher.
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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:02 am
  • RolandDeschain wrote:Random thought: It's funny how my strong dislike for the Rams largely departed with Jeff Fisher.


    Eh...we've been so bad for so long, what's really to dislike?

    On the other hand, there was a seamless transition for my dislike of the Seahawks from Hasselbeck-Carroll/Wilson. Seamless.

    Plus, the Seahawks basically strolled into the NFC West and took over almost immediately...still hate the Niners the most because of the history but Seattle gains ground every year.
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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:08 am
  • Ramfan128 wrote:
    RolandDeschain wrote:Random thought: It's funny how my strong dislike for the Rams largely departed with Jeff Fisher.


    Eh...we've been so bad for so long, what's really to dislike?

    On the other hand, there was a seamless transition for my dislike of the Seahawks from Hasselbeck-Carroll/Wilson. Seamless.

    Plus, the Seahawks basically strolled into the NFC West and took over almost immediately...still hate the Niners the most because of the history but Seattle gains ground every year.


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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:11 am
  • If the Rams weren't in our division, they'd be an easy team for me to root for...................which you have no idea how hard that is for me to say cause I HATED the Rams back when Fisher and Williams just coached their players to be fake tough guys, punks and crank up the nonsense on the field cause they couldn't win any other way than to get under people's skin with cheap shots and trick plays.

    So good for LA and McVay, he obviously knows what he's doing. BUT, I'm not completely sold just yet, I need to see the Rams play some good teams, which they finally are for the 2nd half of the season. Other than the Cowboys win on the road, it's been nothing but dumpster fires on their schedule.

    If we're at week 17 and the Rams are rolling to their first division title in over 15 years? I'll be the first one back here to congratulate you guys.
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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 1:02 pm
  • McVay doesn't irritate me the way Harbitch or Mr. 7-9 did, or Ol' Hot Dog Neck does. I'll give him that.
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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:20 pm
  • RolandDeschain wrote:Random thought: It's funny how my strong dislike for the Rams largely departed with Jeff Fisher.

    Agreed. Rams under Martz were irritating -- just like him. Rams under Fisher were rage-inducing -- just like him.

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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:55 pm
  • Sgt. Largent wrote:If the Rams weren't in our division, they'd be an easy team for me to root for...................which you have no idea how hard that is for me to say cause I HATED the Rams back when Fisher and Williams just coached their players to be fake tough guys, punks and crank up the nonsense on the field cause they couldn't win any other way than to get under people's skin with cheap shots and trick plays.

    So good for LA and McVay, he obviously knows what he's doing. BUT, I'm not completely sold just yet, I need to see the Rams play some good teams, which they finally are for the 2nd half of the season. Other than the Cowboys win on the road, it's been nothing but dumpster fires on their schedule.

    If we're at week 17 and the Rams are rolling to their first division title in over 15 years? I'll be the first one back here to congratulate you guys.



    I must agree on proving themselves. A winless 49ers with Hoyer as QB only lost by 2 .
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Re: My Babies
Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:59 pm
  • Ramfan128 wrote:On the other hand, there was a seamless transition for my dislike of the Seahawks from Hasselbeck-Carroll/Wilson. Seamless.

    We had Carroll for two years prior to drafting Wilson; so which was it that did it for you, Carroll or Wilson? The two things are too far apart for it to have been a "seamless transition."
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Re: My Babies
Thu Nov 16, 2017 1:32 pm
  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Ramfan128 wrote:On the other hand, there was a seamless transition for my dislike of the Seahawks from Hasselbeck-Carroll/Wilson. Seamless.

    We had Carroll for two years prior to drafting Wilson; so which was it that did it for you, Carroll or Wilson? The two things are too far apart for it to have been a "seamless transition."



    All of the above.

    Hasselbeck was the QB until 2010 (when Carroll arrived) - Wilson in 2012.

    Hasselbeck was apart of the group that beat the Rams 10 times in a row, and I just really never liked him - especially after the whole "we want the ball and we're going to score" thing.

    Carroll I don't have a logical reason for necessarily - I live in Ohio, and even though Ohio State was good in the 2000s, we never clashed with USC - but I passionately disliked USC. Bush, Leinart, and obviously Carroll. Just never was a fan. Really couldn't stand Reggie Bush, and (accurately) proclaimed that he would be a bust in the NFL.

    Ohio State beat Wilson his only year at Wisconsin, but living in Big Ten country Wilson was the talk of the season. Developed a natural dislike for him.

    Then they end up together in Seattle, a team I already didn't like because of how badly they had dominated the Rams. Perfect storm.
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Re: My Babies
Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:22 pm
  • Ramfan128 wrote:Hasselbeck was the QB until 2010 (when Carroll arrived) - Wilson in 2012.

    Hasselbeck was apart of the group that beat the Rams 10 times in a row, and I just really never liked him - especially after the whole "we want the ball and we're going to score" thing.

    I think you are the first enemy fan of any kind to dislike Matt Hasselbeck. He's a joker and all-around good guy, every fan I know of another team liked him. This has to be because he's a Seahawk, combined with jealousy/rage at him having such a streak over the Rams...

    Ramfan128 wrote:Carroll I don't have a logical reason for necessarily - I live in Ohio, and even though Ohio State was good in the 2000s, we never clashed with USC - but I passionately disliked USC. Bush, Leinart, and obviously Carroll. Just never was a fan. Really couldn't stand Reggie Bush, and (accurately) proclaimed that he would be a bust in the NFL.

    Ohio State beat Wilson his only year at Wisconsin, but living in Big Ten country Wilson was the talk of the season. Developed a natural dislike for him.

    Then they end up together in Seattle, a team I already didn't like because of how badly they had dominated the Rams. Perfect storm.

    Fair enough, this is far more reasonable than the Hasselbeck hate.
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Re: My Babies
Sun Nov 19, 2017 6:55 pm
  • Well said lady, be happy.

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