View Full Version : How Many Points Would The Rams?..........

10-22-2000, 08:38 PM
The Rams had four turnovers and still hung 34 on a pretty descent and improving defense today. Here is a scary thought..............how many points would the Rams put up on their own defense?

j molina
10-22-2000, 08:43 PM
It's a moot point Kurty. The fact is the Chiefs defense flustered and harrassed Cinderella early and got them out of rhythm and jumped on them early, don't even try to say the Rams were flat or, off their game. Try to spin this any way you want because you will get the same answer from most of us here and that is:


Gracie Dean
10-22-2000, 08:47 PM
The rams would probably put up between 40 & 50 points on their D. Maybe we should arrange a RamsBowl at the end of the season. Wouldn't that be sweet?

10-22-2000, 08:49 PM
DJ-I don't recall spinning anything, I did say in another thread what I saw today, not that I am any smarter than anyone else but I do watch a LOT of FB...and then I watch it again. I asked a legit question, I was not trying to make ANY point other than (just for fun) imagine that the Rams O played the Rams D, what would they score?

You are right........scoreboard......now, back to the original question, or did you even read the post?

10-22-2000, 08:51 PM
KP-I would rather think that the O would score about 150 on the D. It really wouldn't matter that much as long as someone closelined that d@mned Dre Bly for dancing when he made a routine play and the D was behind.

j molina
10-22-2000, 09:13 PM
I was responding more about your post reply in "Kurt, What Was That about Cheap Hits?" by KCWolfman where you stated, and I am paraphrasing, that the Rams came out flat. In my book that is making an excuse, as if to say had the Rams REALLY come to play the Chiefs would not have been so lucky. I understand you are upset right now and are a bit touchy so I will take anything from you with good humor and leave you be.

To answer the post I think the Rams O could probably put up a good C note on their own D.

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10-22-2000, 09:27 PM
DJAY, Cool-Really, what I meant about the Rams coming out flat was that EVERY freaking game it seems like they come out running on three cylinders to begin with, same way today. It rarely hurts them though, today was different, their mistakes spotted the Chiefs 20 and I guess you know what the final score was. All that aside, the Chiefs handed them their @ss today!

10-22-2000, 10:05 PM
So, would the offense have the ball ALL the time? How would that work? Would the D play some O, as to simulate real game ball and time posessions?