Rams Fall To Chiefs

It was a rough day for the Rams, as they were defeated by the Chiefs in the Dome by a score of 27-13. Needless to say, it was a rough day for me and every other Rams fan as well. It got to a point in the second half that I stopped talking because I was so frustrated. This team had an amazing opportunity today, and they played like they didn’t want to take it. The penalties were ridiculous, and the offense just disappeared for about two and a half quarters. The defense tried to keep them in it, but then they gave up an 80-yard run to Jamaal Charles while the team was still in the game in the fourth in an obvious run situation. The third down defense wasn’t good enough, and the receivers dropped passes. Kevin Dockery picked off a pass, but other than that he was pretty terrible today. I could keep going, but I won’t because I fear emotion has already got the best of me. The complete recap will come tomorrow, when hopefully I have calmed down.

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  • Patrick

    You quit talking in the 2nd half? I lost consciousness for half the game. I would never consider myself a candidate for ADHD, and no alcohol was consumed, but at about the 8 minute mark of the 4th quarter, I realized I couldn’t even remember halftime. They did so much of nothing, the plays, drives, and quarters just melded into a black hole. The worst thing, and I think emotion concerning this team is okay at this point in the season, is that I’m worried about them having to beat 2 bad teams to make the playoffs. Whenever I think of any of these West teams and playoffs, the Mora tirade immediately enters my head. Somebody has to talk playoffs though, and I think it’s time the team plays like the division is theirs to lose. One Christmas Wish: Can the Rams please find a Bowe? His fantastic sideline catch on 3rd down in the 1st half reminded me just how much we don’t have that receiver, and how much we need one.