I think as long as Kroenke and Demoff are involved in the Rams, there will be at least some degree of hate watching.
Again, I think the problem had as much to do with Gurley's approach to the season as any shortcomings on the offensive line.
I'm with you. I really liked Cunningham. He almost always made the first guy miss as a receiver, and was very good on pass protection and blitz pickup. But each staff always has it's own view on personnel, and the new staff obviously thought it could do better with Dunbar.
Pretty quiet from what I can tell.
We'll be back before you know it.
He just didn't seem to run as violently as he did as a rookie. But in terms of endurance, strength, etc., most of that is done in the offseason. Once the season begins, you're just trying to maintain in terms of strength, conditioning, etc.
That's certainly the side you try to exploit, that's for sure.
No, we're even beyond the garage sale phase. Usually, if you can walk and chew gum at the same time, you're gone by now.
Right now, I'd say Barron had a better career. He seemed to play up to the competition, and play better against the better defenders.
I don't know about being afraid to take a hit, but it just didn't look the same.
How do you want to be remembered? What is your legacy?
You're a dreamer, aren't you? :)
Yeah, I just checked Twitter. League owners have voted to give Tampa the 2021 Super Bowl, and move LA back to 2022. (Tampa has shown it can do a good job as Super Bowl host.)
No doubt the Cowboys have drafted well lately. As to why things have gone wrong with the Rams drafts, well, you don't have 13 consecutive non-winning seasons by accident.
Actually, and I repeat myself here again. I believe Cleveland is "back home."
No, they were in Anaheim then.