Wow, I'd have to think on that one. But that Chiefs stat you mention is pretty amazing.
Best finish _ naturally, Rams-Titans Super Bowl. Best game from start to finish _ for offensive pyrotechnics probably the Monday Night season opener in 2000 against Denver _ 41-36 Rams. Best defensive game _ Rams over Tampa Bay 13-6 in NFC title game of 1999 season. Best comeback _ Patriots rallying past Atlanta in last year's Super Bowl. Best game I wish I would've covered? The Ice Bowl, Packers-Cowboys, way back when.
A new stadium leads to a lot more money in club seats, luxury suites. And I'm sure there will be corporate sponsorship opportunities galore in Las Vegas.
Yeah, but they can always structure an extension to reward Donald after the 2017 season, with a large, guaranteed roster bonus in 2018. They've done it before. And sure you can blame management,but just blame them for not having a deal done already.
That's THE question isn't it? I think if it ever comes to a point where we see a noticeable decline in high school and college participation in the sport, then you have a real problem.
If that's the case, then why is it OK for a team to cut a player in the middle of his contract.
To this point, his play has shown no sign of deteriorating. I'm gonna say he goes until he's 44.
I'll put it this way. Had they been able to sustain that Greatest Show Success at least to a degree, a new stadium would be in the works, and they'd still been here. Not that it would have been easy, but the area would have found a way to make it happen. Indy, a considerably smaller market, is a great example. That great run of Peyton Manning helped build Lucas Oil Stadium. Do you think that Colts stadium would be standing if that organization went through 13 consecutive non-winning seasons including the worst 5-year stretch in NFL history (15-65)?
JK, interesting comments. Thanks for sharing
Thx. That's an interesting point on the CFL. I don't think there's anything in writing between the CFL and NFL _ I think it's basic a gentleman's agreement. But I think if the NFL really wants to be in Toronto. . .well, they'll find a way to be there.
Yes, he deserved more than Trumaine Johnson. If the Rams hadn't botched the Janoris Jenkins negotiations, he would've been the guy tagged, not Johnson.
After years of losing, the bar is set pretty low in Rams Nation. Has been so for sometime, preceding their move to LA. We'll see.
Tough call. Without studying the drafts and personnel moves over their two regimes, I'd have to say Devaney was worse just based on the won-loss record of the team during his time there.
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Thanks for your input and welcome back. How are things in Alton?