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Vinny
08-23-2004, 07:18 PM
OWNED! by the long snapper.

infantrycak
08-23-2004, 08:35 PM
Flags on virtually every kick in the game for illegal blocks. The NFL really needs to do something on the consistancy of officiating down field contact. On one pass a ref was staring right at the DB on Sammy Parker while he engaged arms twenty yards down the field--directly before a ball in the air arrived and twenty times more flagrant than the six yard down the field hand pat by Faggins/Robinson (can't remember which) that got flagged in the Texans/Steelers game, but no flag. They have to be consistant enough that DB's know what to do.

PS--now they look inconsistant in the same game, throwing a flag when Battles literally touched the back of his hand to the WR--absolutely zero force or affect on the route run.

edo783
08-23-2004, 09:21 PM
Looks like KC MAY have developed at least a semblence of a defense. If true, look out league.

Fiddy
08-23-2004, 09:24 PM
Looks like KC MAY have developed at least a semblence of a defense. If true, look out league.Or they are picking on the extremely weak offensive line that the Rams are fielding, could be a long season for Bulger...

texasguy346
08-24-2004, 12:09 PM
Two lineman who were formerly retired, and an apparent lack of depth throught the O-Line. Bulger will become accquainted with the turf quite often. Luckily they'll get Pace back for the regular season, but not many bright spots besides him.

V Man
08-24-2004, 12:45 PM
Did anyone see Sports Center this morning, they were talking Rams football, mainly Bulger. Warner said "He thought he was a big help for Bulger last year being on the sideline, kinda like a coach." Bulger played the mid, while Marsh (who I can't stand, he seems so full of himself.) said Warner served no role with Bulger last year, escpecially not like a coach, any as to say we don't need coaches like that. Now who is telling the truth. idonno: