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Thread: Shotty's Ram 251 yds total, 3 sacks given up, 4-12 on 3rd Downs

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    Shotty's Ram 251 yds total, 3 sacks given up, 4-12 on 3rd Downs

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

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    how did hunter and mulligan look?

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    Hmmmm, shocking

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    Better than I thought.

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    Sam still had a good game just looking at the #1. 68% with a TD and no INTs. Jacksons 2.5 YPC was what killed him. Without a good run game Shotty is useless.

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    Not to mention the 3 INT's from the QB made from glass.

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    This addition by subtraction was our best move of the offseason!






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    Long Run was 11 yards


    Long Pass was 23 yards




    SCHOTTY SYNDROME, playing in a box

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    Yeah, I know just one game. Yes, I was a bit discouraged when he threw that dumb int to start the game but...

    It was nice to see Sanchez looking like he did in his first few games as a pro. He did not look like he was worried about making a mistake.
    He made decisive reads and throws.
    He looked like he was enjoying himself.
    He did not get down on himself after making a mistake.

    A big part of the difference is probably Sanchez's growth as a QB, but I think the coaching change made a big difference as well.

    I still remember the fourth game of Sanchez's first season where he made a mistake and Shoddy was chewing him out about it, as if he was the only QB to ever make a mistake. After that he started playing scared and indecisively.

    It was nice not seeing 3 guys motioning every play.
    It was nice not seeing the offense look confused leaving the huddle.
    It was nice seeing throws down field on a regular basis.
    It was nice not being able to accurately call most plays before the snap.
    It was nice not seeing every WR running a five yard route when we needed 8 yards to convert.
    It was nice seeing a game plan that relied on our guys making plays instead of a game plan where the OC though he was going to outsmart the other team.

    Again it was just one game but it was refreshing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanMadman View Post
    Yeah, I know just one game. Yes, I was a bit discouraged when he threw that dumb int to start the game but...

    It was nice to see Sanchez looking like he did in his first few games as a pro. He did not look like he was worried about making a mistake.
    He made decisive reads and throws.
    He looked like he was enjoying himself.
    He did not get down on himself after making a mistake.

    A big part of the difference is probably Sanchez's growth as a QB, but I think the coaching change made a big difference as well.

    I still remember the fourth game of Sanchez's first season where he made a mistake and Shoddy was chewing him out about it, as if he was the only QB to ever make a mistake. After that he started playing scared and indecisively.

    It was nice not seeing 3 guys motioning every play.
    It was nice not seeing the offense look confused leaving the huddle.
    It was nice seeing throws down field on a regular basis.
    It was nice not being able to accurately call most plays before the snap.
    It was nice not seeing every WR running a five yard route when we needed 8 yards to convert.
    It was nice seeing a game plan that relied on our guys making plays instead of a game plan where the OC though he was going to outsmart the other team.

    Again it was just one game but it was refreshing.
    Couldn't have said it any better.

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    Rams Notebook: Saffold appears to be OK

    http://www.stltoday.com/sports/footb...8de11a654.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanMadman View Post
    It was nice not seeing 3 guys motioning every play.
    It was nice not seeing the offense look confused leaving the huddle.
    It was nice seeing throws down field on a regular basis.
    It was nice not being able to accurately call most plays before the snap.
    It was nice not seeing every WR running a five yard route when we needed 8 yards to convert.
    It was nice seeing a game plan that relied on our guys making plays instead of a game plan where the OC though he was going to outsmart the other team.
    It was nice seeing the ball hiked with :11 or :12 seconds left on the play clock.

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    I drafted Steven Jackson completely forgetting that Schitty is over there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C Mart View Post
    Rams Notebook: Saffold appears to be OK

    http://www.stltoday.com/sports/footb...8de11a654.html
    Only delaying the inevitable. Soon they will have Hunter Time

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshBaked 24 7 View Post
    Only delaying the inevitable. Soon they will have Hunter Time
    Dear Lord!!!!!! lol!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Long Run was 11 yards


    Long Pass was 23 yards




    SCHOTTY SYNDROME, playing in a box
    Exactly...

    Another scenario where you see Bradford's numbers and they aren't garbage, but they didn't get serious yards or cause victory either. Schotty's offense is just bad... It will always be statistically good enough to get him a job, but it won't win a significant amount of games.

    It does work pretty well in the preseason and playoffs though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snell41 View Post
    I drafted Steven Jackson completely forgetting that Schitty is over there.
    LMAO I feel bad for you dude, also everyone who drafted Sam Bradford

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    Been waiting YEARS for this thread to happen. Sure beats talking about our home opener loss this morning.

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    http://www.rotoworld.com/playernews/...ll-player-news


    X-rays on Rams LT Rodger Saffold's injured neck have come back negative, but he will spend the night in the hospital as a precaution.

    It's the best possible news for Saffold, who appears to have escaped with "just" a sprain. He'll almost certainly be doubtful for Week 2, but could possibly return as early as Week 3. Jets castoff Wayne Hunter should man the blindside for St. Louis in Saffold's absence. It's a huge concern for the Rams, as they'll be hosting a Redskins team in Week 2 that held Drew Brees in check on Sunday.
    Wow. Wayne Hunter will be the starting LT next week for the Rams. Read that again. Wayne Hunter is protecting the blindside for Sam Bradford.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Batmans A Scientist View Post
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    Wow. Wayne Hunter will be the starting LT next week for the Rams. Read that again. Wayne Hunter is protecting the blindside for Sam Bradford.
    Hunter on the blindside, Schotty on the sideline, no WRs to throw to. He's living in QB hell. Poor guy.

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