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Thread: The Rams have taken Schotty, Mulligan, and Hunter from us

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    I guess we better hope like hell their offense does not out perform ours this year eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerfish View Post
    I guess we better hope like hell their offense does not out perform ours this year eh?
    Hey man, stop taking our Costco gas! And find that bottle of happy pills you lost.














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    Question WHY DIDN'T THE COACHES EVALUATE HUNTER PROPERLY.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny Testaverde's Niece View Post
    This really makes me question the evaluation abilities of the FO. How could they have given Hunter that crazy contract and put him out there with the obvious expectation that he was going to perform this year. How could they not tell in training camp that he wouldn't work out, and needed to see him stink it up in pre-season? Clearly his contract wasn't stopping them from trading him, why did they wait so long?
    Its very strange- isn't it ? ALL those coaches , and they don't notice that Hunter almost got their QB killed last year. ?? Makes the FO and Rex seem way overpaid when they can't notice the things we lowly posters do from watching TV.

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    so let me understand

    Tannenbaum just got rid of Hunter for a former #2 draft choice in the entire draft for NO ADDITIONAL cost...


    and a couple of gloomy gloomers are still glooming?


    unbelievable really when you think about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by section314 View Post
    Rams may be only organization that is run worse than the Jets. However, didn't they just "save" 1.7 MM in cap space?
    The Jets aren't a bad organization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsfanfromtheBURGH View Post
    It's like Cleveland from a few years back
    Are you saying...Shotty is a trojan horse????

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    with those washouts.how can they possibly contend.their front office is worse then ours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzelada121 View Post
    Our defense better destroy them this year
    Yeah - it has the potential to be some weird-ass parallel universe Met Life Bowl. Bradford should be on IR by week 3 - so what are the odds on a Clemens-to-Mulligan TD sealing the game for the Rams?

    If Hunter is the starter - my god - I hope the Rams are carrying four or five QBs . . .

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    They will win the Super Bowl this year.

    SBMVP- Kellen "the Cannon" Clemens.

    You heard it here first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    so let me understand

    Tannenbaum just got rid of Hunter for a former #2 draft choice in the entire draft for NO ADDITIONAL cost...


    and a couple of gloomy gloomers are still glooming?


    unbelievable really when you think about it
    The Rams paying some of Smith's salary has made me even keeled on this move.

    But if you think that Jason Smith is some kind of upgrade from Hunter, then you're kidding yourself.

    The guy is one of the biggest busts in recent memory.

    We better pray that Howard's performance on Sunday was the norm, not an abberation. Because we're basically f*cked if we have to rely on Smith as our starting RT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by section314 View Post
    Rams may be only organization that is run worse than the Jets. However, didn't they just "save" 1.7 MM in cap space?
    No - they paid him a sigining bonus so that he would rework his contract to enable the trade.

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