Happy Thanksgiving To All!

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SONOMA, CA - NOVEMBER 24: With less than one week before Thanksgiving, turkeys stand in a barn at the Willie Bird Turkey Farm November 24, 2008 in Sonoma, California. An estimated forty-five million turkeys are cooked and eaten during annual Thanksgiving meals in the United States. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

First of all, I would like to wish everyone out there a Happy Thanksgiving. I hope you all had your fill of turkey and football on this fine day, and I hope you got the opportunity to spend it with family or friends. I did manage to get together with the family this afternoon for some lunch before I had to head off to work, so overall I’d say it was a good day.

Since I have missed a few posts due to a crazy work week and the holiday, I thought I should get on here tonight to talk some Rams football for the upcoming week. I really think this is a good chance for the Rams to get that first road win, and it looks like health should not be an issue. Rodger Saffold’s MRI came back negative, and he has been doing plenty of work at practice. Danario Alexander also told reporters earlier in the week that he is ready to play, and he has been working with the wide receivers throughout the week as well.

The Broncos are a team that is vulnerable, and the Rams have to take advantage. Their coach is on the hot seat, and they have been embarrassed several times already this season (although they have done some embarrassing of others as well: see Chiefs, Kansas City). They are on a short week after playing, and losing, on Monday night, so we have to be ready to pounce. Stay tuned for a game preview in the next few days, and once again, have a great Turkey Day.

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