Rams Embarrassed In Seattle 30-13

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For those of you who suffered through the Monday Night Football game between the Rams and Seahawks, I feel your pain. Believe me. For anyone who didn’t see it, consider yourself lucky. We have seen some bad performances by the Rams this season, but I don’t know if we have seen anything as bad as this. The defense was pretty solid in the first half, as usual, but things fell apart in the second. The offense was abysmal all night, as usual, but nothing was worse than the team’s ineptitude from the one-yard line. I don’t even know if “ineptitude” is a word, but I don’t really know how else to describe it. The Rams did finally score a TD on a run by SJ39 , but it took them six tries from the 1 to do it. They also had 1st & goal from the 1 earlier in the game and settled for a field goal. It was awful.

I was chatting on Twitter about the game all night (@Ramblinfan) and there were a bunch of fans from both teams getting involved. At one point, someone told me that it looked like the Rams coaches didn’t want to watch this team play anymore. At another point, ESPN analyst Jon Gruden said “It looks like the Rams could play a doubleheader and not score.” I could go on and on about things that were said, but suffice it to say that everyone in the nation got to see just how bad things are with this team right now. I have been very hesitant to call for the heads of the coaching staff this season, but I don’t know if I can give them the benefit of the doubt anymore. After Monday night’s showing, I don’t see how Stan Kroenke could justify bringing them back. If there was ever a time to over-react, it’s after you get embarrassed in front of the entire nation. More on next page…

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