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Failure to Flex Creative Muscle Dooms Rams

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Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome was a perfect example of how a team fails to execute a game plan that was doomed from the start. The Rams didn’t just lose 34-6 to the Vikings on Sunday, they lost on Monday, too. And Tuesday. And Wednesday. And every other day earmarked for preparation against Minnesota. I thought Jeff Fisher did ...

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Shaun Hill In, But Rams’ QB Questions Remain

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Immediately after news broke that Sam Bradford re-tore his ACL on Saturday night in Cleveland and would miss the entire 2014 season, I started receiving text and Twitter messages about available quarterback options for the Rams moving forward. My response was the same every time: Shaun Hill in the short term, to-be-determined in the long-term. The time to improve the ...

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Extra-Point Experiment a Fruitless One for NFL

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With only one second on the clock Friday night inside the Edward Jones Dome, Greg Zuerlein lined up for a 59-yard game-winning field goal attempt from the Saints’ 41-yard line. One of the reasons why it was a potential game-winning attempt for Zuerlein is because his counterpart, New Orleans’ Shayne Graham, missed an extra-point attempt following a Khiry Robinson 1-yard ...

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10 Early Observations from Rams Camp

Kenny Britt Featured

With just over a week in the books, here are some observations from Rams’ training camp: + The defense is well ahead of the offense as a collective unit. There have been times when Sam Bradford or the other quarterbacks can’t even complete a three-step drop because the defensive line is eating their facemask. It’s scary to think that Gregg ...

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Matheny Made Only Choice He Could in Wainwright

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On Monday, Adam Wainwright was named the National League’s starting pitcher for this year’s All-Star Game, and I don’t know how the city of Los Angeles didn’t shut down. I don’t know how public schools in Cincinnati are still open or how the entire transit system in New York didn’t go off line. Wainwright over Clayton Kershaw? Impossible. Blasphemy. It’s ...

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