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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:34 PM

None of us fans care anymore and it appears guys like Sutton and Stewart are sulking on twitter while Smith is saying all the right things but not fixing anything on the field. Don't even get me started on Dwill, if you're sitting out with an injury and refuse to say what it is, you get no respect from me.

In comes Matt Moore, a fiery competitor. I remember when Beason and Smith would blow up like Moore did, but I guess they've just gotten so used to 'it is what it is'.

Moore's emotional breakdown was probably the highlight of the Rams game for me. I think everyone got the message. I saw a couple of his olineman come to try and calm him down and I think Smith's blaming himself was also a response as I believe Moore was really mad Smith threw in the towel while he was sitting in an open area of the zone. Soon as Moore threw the ball Smith bailed out. Not sure if he was trying to avoid being hit or if he was not focused since Moore missed him on sure TD passes earlier in the game. To Moore's credit he completed passes to other receivers on both of those plays IIRC.

Moore is probably the player I respect most on the team at the moment and that's a pretty sad state of affairs. He is clearly the best player on our offense. I mean can you seriously sit here and praise Dwill and Stew? They do nothing. Sure the Oline has a lot to do with it, but Moore has to pass behind that same Oline. He's the only one who I see overcoming the handicap occasionally.

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:37 PM

None of us fans care anymore and it appears guys like Sutton and Stewart are sulking on twitter while Smith is saying all the right things but not fixing anything on the field. Don't even get me started on Dwill, if you're sitting out with an injury and refuse to say what it is, you get no respect from me.

In comes Matt Moore, a fiery competitor. I remember when Beason and Smith would blow up like Moore did, but I guess they've just gotten so used to 'it is what it is'.

Moore's emotional breakdown was probably the highlight of the Rams game for me. I think everyone got the message. I saw a couple of his olineman come to try and calm him down and I think Smith's blaming himself was also a response as I believe Moore was really mad Smith threw in the towel while he was sitting in an open area of the zone. Soon as Moore threw the ball Smith bailed out. Not sure if he was trying to avoid being hit or if he was not focused since Moore missed him on sure TD passes earlier in the game. To Moore's credit he completed passes to other receivers on both of those plays IIRC.

Moore is probably the player I respect most on the team at the moment and that's a pretty sad state of affairs. He is clearly the best player on our offense. I mean can you seriously sit here and praise Dwill and Stew? They do nothing. Sure the Oline has a lot to do with it, but Moore has to pass behind that same Oline. He's the only one who I see overcoming the handicap occasionally.


When did Smith throw in the towel?

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:37 PM

That's what happens when you see your career going down the drain.

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:37 PM

None of us fans care anymore and it appears guys like Sutton and Stewart are sulking on twitter while Smith is saying all the right things but not fixing anything on the field. Don't even get me started on Dwill, if you're sitting out with an injury and refuse to say what it is, you get no respect from me.In comes Matt Moore, a fiery competitor. I remember when Beason and Smith would blow up like Moore did, but I guess they've just gotten so used to 'it is what it is'.

Moore's emotional breakdown was probably the highlight of the Rams game for me. I think everyone got the message. I saw a couple of his olineman come to try and calm him down and I think Smith's blaming himself was also a response as I believe Moore was really mad Smith threw in the towel while he was sitting in an open area of the zone. Soon as Moore threw the ball Smith bailed out. Not sure if he was trying to avoid being hit or if he was not focused since Moore missed him on sure TD passes earlier in the game. To Moore's credit he completed passes to other receivers on both of those plays IIRC.

Moore is probably the player I respect most on the team at the moment and that's a pretty sad state of affairs. He is clearly the best player on our offense. I mean can you seriously sit here and praise Dwill and Stew? They do nothing. Sure the Oline has a lot to do with it, but Moore has to pass behind that same Oline. He's the only one who I see overcoming the handicap occasionally.


pretty common knowledge that he had a sprained foot via john fox and the team website.

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:37 PM

Moore is probably the player I respect most on the team at the moment and that's a pretty sad state of affairs. He is clearly the best player on our offense.


How many games has Moore's competitiveness won us this year?

To say that Moore is our best offensive player is just laughable. Sorry. And I like the guy.

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:38 PM

:lol: Matt Moore slurping FTW

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:39 PM

Yeah and he refused to elaborate on his injury in a recent interview.

Also I don't know what else you call it when Smith is sitting in an area of the zone and then trots down field at the pace of a zombie.

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:39 PM

None of us fans care anymore and it appears guys like Sutton and Stewart are sulking on twitter while Smith is saying all the right things but not fixing anything on the field. Don't even get me started on Dwill, if you're sitting out with an injury and refuse to say what it is, you get no respect from me.

In comes Matt Moore, a fiery competitor. I remember when Beason and Smith would blow up like Moore did, but I guess they've just gotten so used to 'it is what it is'.

Moore's emotional breakdown was probably the highlight of the Rams game for me. I think everyone got the message. I saw a couple of his olineman come to try and calm him down and I think Smith's blaming himself was also a response as I believe Moore was really mad Smith threw in the towel while he was sitting in an open area of the zone. Soon as Moore threw the ball Smith bailed out. Not sure if he was trying to avoid being hit or if he was not focused since Moore missed him on sure TD passes earlier in the game. To Moore's credit he completed passes to other receivers on both of those plays IIRC.

Moore is probably the player I respect most on the team at the moment and that's a pretty sad state of affairs. He is clearly the best player on our offense. I mean can you seriously sit here and praise Dwill and Stew? They do nothing. Sure the Oline has a lot to do with it, but Moore has to pass behind that same Oline. He's the only one who I see overcoming the handicap occasionally.


THAT, ladies and gents, is how you troll. A+ work, Light. Complete and utter nonsense to enrage Huddlers. Bravo, sir.

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:39 PM

How many games has Moore's competitiveness won us this year?

To say that Moore is our best offensive player is just laughable. Sorry. And I like the guy.


1 the only game we've won....

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:40 PM

Matt Moore is a fiery competitor? Best player on offense? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:40 PM

None of us fans care anymore and it appears guys like Sutton and Stewart are sulking on twitter while Smith is saying all the right things but not fixing anything on the field. Don't even get me started on Dwill, if you're sitting out with an injury and refuse to say what it is, you get no respect from me.

In comes Matt Moore, a fiery competitor. I remember when Beason and Smith would blow up like Moore did, but I guess they've just gotten so used to 'it is what it is'.

Moore's emotional breakdown was probably the highlight of the Rams game for me. I think everyone got the message. I saw a couple of his olineman come to try and calm him down and I think Smith's blaming himself was also a response as I believe Moore was really mad Smith threw in the towel while he was sitting in an open area of the zone. Soon as Moore threw the ball Smith bailed out. Not sure if he was trying to avoid being hit or if he was not focused since Moore missed him on sure TD passes earlier in the game. To Moore's credit he completed passes to other receivers on both of those plays IIRC.

Moore is probably the player I respect most on the team at the moment and that's a pretty sad state of affairs. He is clearly the best player on our offense. I mean can you seriously sit here and praise Dwill and Stew? They do nothing. Sure the Oline has a lot to do with it, but Moore has to pass behind that same Oline. He's the only one who I see overcoming the handicap occasionally.


Which INT did you respect the most?

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:42 PM

Don't smoke crack kids

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:42 PM

THAT, ladies and gents, is how you troll. A+ work, Light. Complete and utter nonsense to enrage Huddlers. Bravo, sir.


It has nothing to do with trolling. You guys are living in the past and continue to credit guys like Stewart, Williams, Gross, Smith, etc when they let us down week in and week out. Come season end you will see what I mean about Moore. He is a calm guy outside of football, but make no mistake he is competing more than anyone on this offense.

Fox needs to put the game in Moore's hands. No need to let Stewart or Dwill run straight up the middle at all. Let Moore throw every down and if they change up to stop Moore, then run. I want to see a 60 pass game. If Stew and Dwill have a problem with it, they should do better than 2-3ypc.

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:43 PM

I think he's trying to get PFFL to come out of hiding with this thread

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 12:44 PM

By this logic, I guess Jake was the best offensive player on the squad last year.