If you ask me, the play of the year was the "Mountaineer" _ the punt return trickery that led to the 90-yard punt return for TD by Stedman Bailey vs. Seattle on Oct. 19.
I think there's a good to very good chance all three are back.
There's always a surprise or two.
I think at least one will get in, and it's possible both get in. Bernie will have help on Warner from the Arizona voter.
He's under contract with Kansas City in 2015, so itt would have to be a trade. And he's making a lot for a backup. I think it might be $5 million next year.
Could be wrong, but I think there are many other more pressing things on the Rams' to-do list at this time.
Due to the money from the TV contract, it's basically impossible to lose money. So yes, the Rams are still making money, although I'm sure they're at or near the bottom in profitability. But here's a tip on how to make more money: try winning more than one out of three ballgames over an 11-year stretch.
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I'd say Seattle. That defense is something else.
Yes, as Peacock termed it, there will be a "modernized" lease agreement.
If they call, I will listen.
56-36 as Rams head coach.
What cable rights? Except for the 4 preseason games (those not shown on national TV, that is), that goes to the league and is split among the teams.
No. Unless the StL stadium plan collapses.
Bernie had a wedding anniversary weekend with his wife. It's been planned for a long time. So fear not, he'll be back writing his usual million words a week soon.
OK time to go. Thanks for playing. Lots of questions. Got to as many as I could.