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MNF: Seahawks at Rams

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I wonder what Rams fans will cry about after they lose tonight.

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I wonder what Rams fans will cry about after they lose tonight.

 

probably the Cardinals being down 3 games to 2 in the World Series

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These Rams are soooo desperate. They're loading the box with eight defenders to stuff Lynch. We only used a four man front and limited Lynch to 43 yards.

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when do the 'trade Bradford' threads start at RoD?

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If Browner were to the inside of Austin, that 2nd down play could've went the other way.

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If Browner were to the inside of Austin, that 2nd down play could've went the other way.

 

Nah, I think Thomas was lurking right behind Browner.

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Nah, I think Thomas was lurking right behind Browner.

 

I meant 6 for Seattle.

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they've already equalled their sack total against us.

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