Hello to all. What's on your minds today?
Yeah, he's sure being stubborn about the quarterback situation. I don't see how the Rams can keep him if the team fails to finish above .500. Then again, I would have said the same thing last year.
Nothing new in terms of the lawsuit. I know the St. Louis County Police have used it at least a couple of times for training exercises. But it's long-term use/future remains up in the air.
My question to Rob Lowe would be, what exactly did you think you were getting?
Which makes you wonder what has he been doing since the draft, and what have the coaches been doing with him? In the last several weeks, from people I know around the league, I've heard these 2 things: 1.) Goff doesn't appear to have much in the way of leadership skills. 2.) Behind closed doors in Thousand Oaks, the Rams aren't as high on Goff as they are proclaiming publicly.
Geez, I'm trying to remember. I'm pretty sure the parade meter was set at 6-10 at the start of the regular season.
I was listening on the radio driving back from Kansas City, where I had covered Chiefs-Saints earlier that day. I couldn't believe what I was hearing. And listening to Kurt Warner, who was doing the analyst work on the radio broadcast, was highly entertaining. Kurt couldn't believe what he was seeing. A part of me likes low-scoring defensive struggles. They're kind of like football's version of a pitcher's duel. And they are not all that unusual in the NFC West _ where it's just the nature of the beast. Of course, had I actually been watching the Cardinals-Seahawks instead of just listening to it, maybe I would have felt otherwise.
But do you really think Keeum is going to take this team anywhere?
What were Arians' coaching gaffes. I only picked up the game in the fourth quarter.
Wow. That one's going to stick with Goff for a while, isn't it? He did apparently score very high on the Wonderlic test.
1.) Hire a new head coach, an offensive mind who would put some excitement into the team. 2.) Hire a new general manager, someone who lived and breathed personnel _ this will take a lot of homework to find the right guy. 3.) Find some WRs, offensive linemen, and a quarterback.
Yeah, I think they both make it. Although Arizona's struggles on offense are puzzling to me.
Not too psyched up for that one, eh?
Interesting. In such a low-scoring game, I think you have to take the points (kick the field goal) on 4th down.
And you could probably use another cornerback and linebacker.
No, I haven't decided that at all. I'd just like to see the guy play.
I'm sure this has been a factor for some, even though NFL headquarters isn't willing to concede that's the case. But I don't think it's the only factor.
It changes almost from week to week. But it looks like Dallas is the top contender in the NFC at this point. I'd still rate Minnesota second, with Seattle third. In the AFC, have to go with New England No. 1, and Denver No. 2, maybe Kansas City No. 3 at least until Roethlisberger returns from his injury.
Yeah, I wonder about that, too. They are very solid. They play very sound football. After so many years of covering the Rams, it's nice to see a team that doesn't make a lot of mistakes. But I think there's room for the offense to grow, and I think the Chiefs are capable of improving over the course of the season. Spencer Ware has been a lifesaver in the backfield, both with his running and receiving, and I think rookie Tyreek Hill has big-play potential and plenty of room for growth. The defense has everything you need except for a top-tier pass rush (minus Justin Houston).
Yeah, from what I've heard, he wasn't moving that well Sunday night, eh? Remember, he had the knee injury in one leg, and the high ankle sprain on the other. And apparently the bye week wasn't enough to get him back closer to full health. His mobility certainly is a big factor in what he does.
I've heard of the show, but I have no idea what it's about. Except, I guess, dead people walking around. So I guess there's a sarcastic joke in there that I'm sure plenty of our chatters think is funny. I do appreciate the effort. (I'm making fun of myself, not you.)