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 by Dick84
7 months ago
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Italy   LA Coliseum
Hall of Fame

moklerman wrote:It all balances out IMO. Goff's INT wasn't on him but there were a couple that could have easily been picked that weren't too.

And, those are season numbers, not tonight numbers.

That's, to me, what is so maddening about Goff. The inconsistency. From penthouse to outhouse and back again all the time. He makes some incredible throws and then follows them up with some scuds.


Yeah... I’m saying tonight isn’t the night to apply the year’s TD number. He made the throws and decisions tonight and took care of the ball.

 by dieterbrock
7 months ago
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United States of America   New Jersey
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Dick84 wrote:I think tonight's the wrong night to hit those numbers.
The Int was not on him.
He was a challenge and a better play away from it being a 3 TD, no int night

So true.
Everett should have been credited with a TD. And he caused that fluke int.
Flip those 2 plays and his night looks quite a bit different.

 by bremillard
7 months ago
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United States of America   LA Coliseum
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I'm a realist. My dark colors are a reflection of what happens in the Coliseum with both the Rams and the Trojans. When wins come I won't scrutinize bad play but will praise what they did to get the W. Now last night's game was a much better example of how I want to see the extremely talented Rams play. Goff was great in the second half and the offense looked unstoppable. If he/they play like that the rest of the season they will win 11 or 12 games. Still choking on the missed FG. Greg is usually MONEY...especially from inside of 50.

 by ramsfan1977
7 months ago
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United States of America   New Jersey
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What was surprising is that when Greg is on the right hashmark his kicks usually start wide right and tail back in. This think never hooked back. If they kicked after the Everett completion to the 30 , yes it would have been 47 yards out but the ball was dead center on the field.

 by bremillard
7 months ago
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United States of America   LA Coliseum
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Good point and I agree completely. Wow...still hurting over that miss. An absolute heart breaker. We had them and let it go. Goff did all of the right things that great QB's do and the defense made THE STOP. Still came up short. Almost like a nightmare. Can't imagine what Zuerlein is feeling today.

 by ramsfan1977
7 months ago
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United States of America   New Jersey
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bremillard wrote:Good point and I agree completely. Wow...still hurting over that miss. An absolute heart breaker. We had them and let it go. Goff did all of the right things that great QB's do and the defense made THE STOP. Still came up short. Almost like a nightmare. Can't imagine what Zuerlein is feeling today.


Greg knows he has some credit built up with us after the NFC Championship. But he cashed his one token in. No more misses end of games. LOL

 by CanuckRightWinger
7 months ago
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Canada   VANCOUVER, BC
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Should be clear now after 6 games that Goff's poor numbers are merely THE SYMPTON OF THE REAL PROBLEM.....WHICH IS THAT POOR OLINE THAT KROMER SOLD McSNEAD ON FOR THE 2019 SEASON! :x :arrow2: :twisted2:

We're lucky that Goff drank his milk as a kid.....NFL QBs with less calcium on their bones would be IR'd by now with this Kromer Clown Car of an OLine providing protection!!! :x :arrow2: :evil2:

Going forward this season, it appears that opposing teams with strong Front Sevens will dominate us. Teams like Atlanta with poor D Fronts shud fall to us, but the RAM 2019 OLINE PROBLEM will not be solved till we trade for better beef than Demby and Allen.

As always, JMO.

 by ramsfan1977
7 months ago
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United States of America   New Jersey
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With the bad OL play teams are getting pressure and the Dbacks are playing up and negating our short passes. We need to take more shots with double moves and take our chances. Like the double move Sherman bit on Everett was open, Goff needs to hit that pass. More shots down field, no dink and dunk.

 by Dick84
7 months ago
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Italy   LA Coliseum
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One thing is clear to me, Jared is more dependent on his Oline than a lot of other QBs. *More*.
But his performance when the line is good is good enough for me. Just shows where resources need to be focused.
I believed in their plan for the Oline. That turned out to be wrong.

 by ramsman34
7 months ago
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United States of America   Back in LA baby!
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Dick84 wrote:One thing is clear to me, Jared is more dependent on his Oline than a lot of other QBs. *More*.
But his performance when the line is good is good enough for me. Just shows where resources need to be focused.
I believed in their plan for the Oline. That turned out to be wrong.


I don’t know if more that “a lot” of other QBs. But, sure. Also, he hasn’t enough experience to speed up his reaction time under duress. That “should” improve.

I so hope the get the line personnel and subsequently the play design/calling figured out as fast as possible.

I simply can’t watch the whiners dominate this division for years to come. It was bad enough watching f the shesquats do it.

When the fuck is it our turn? And, for more than 2 damn seasons please.

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