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 by JackPMiller
1 week ago
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United States of America   LA Coliseum
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If so, besides score more points, what way can we do it?

 by R4L
1 week ago
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United States of America   Dayton, Ohio
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JackPMiller wrote:If so, besides score more points, what way can we do it?


Just like last time, except make the fuckin field goal. The defense should be much better this time around.

 by Hacksaw
1 week ago
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United States of America   AT THE BEACH
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Yes. Break Wilson's knee caps. .

But seriously, we play these guys tough. They're pumped though so smack them in the mouth early and often. D has to play stout and the O-line must stone penetration and blow holes.

That green gak color must go down !!!

 by snackdaddy
1 week ago
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United States of America   Merced California
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Stopping them is going to be a chore. But we can move the ball on them. I expect a similar game to the first one. Might come down to a last second field goal. I still worry about home games. For some reason it seems we don't play as well at home as we do on the road. Especially the defense.

 by PARAM
1 week ago
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Barbados   Just far enough North of Philadelphia
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I like the comments McVay made on Gurley. We need TG to be a part of the attack. There is no longer a reason to limit his touches. In fact, it's time to ramp it up. Our defense looked good for a month and then Lamar Jackson shreaded them. Like Hacksaw said, we always play these guys tough and I'd add particularly on defense. Let's face it; every game is a playoff game from here on out. Use whatever clique you desire.....leave everything on the field, punch them in the mouth, don't hold back in any area, play like a champion......because we're going to need all of that the next four weeks. Oh yeah, to use one more, one game at a time.

 by rams74
1 week ago
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Italy   Glendale, Arizona
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Don't give up 30 points. We certainly can win those games, but it's a lot tougher that way.

 by aeneas1
1 week ago
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United States of America   Norcal
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well the rams are a gz shanked field goal and a kupp dropped td pass away from being 5-0 against these mooks since mcvay has been in town, and the rams offense has averaged 30 points per game against them so, yeah, they can beat the seahawks.

 by ziggy
1 week ago
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United States of America   LA Coliseum
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If Cousins can score on them, we can. We must use Gurley and we have to keep possession. If OL is going to be suspect (and it still is, despite recent trends), we need to game plan quick outs for Goff to earn 1st downs and keep possession.

I hope we have a slow, methodical game, vs risky deep balls. Seahawks D has been very opportunistic lately and will bait Goff. He needs to throw clean balls.

 by PARAM
1 week ago
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Barbados   Just far enough North of Philadelphia
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ziggy wrote:If Cousins can score on them, we can. We must use Gurley and we have to keep possession. If OL is going to be suspect (and it still is, despite recent trends), we need to game plan quick outs for Goff to earn 1st downs and keep possession.

I hope we have a slow, methodical game, vs risky deep balls. Seahawks D has been very opportunistic lately and will bait Goff. He needs to throw clean balls.


And PAHLEEZE, none of those wide receiver screens in the red zone on 3rd and 9!!!!!

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