Well, I guess this was bound to happen after all.
From a Rams perspective, it makes sense. Their defense for the past few seasons has been absolutely disgusting. They could not stop a thing.
Passes? Nope, too high in the air.
Runs? Forget about it. The runners are too big and strong.
So now, having a defensive minded coach who is a true New Yorker (with the mentality and moxie to show it), is beneficial for the direction the Rams want to go with. They have a solid offense with Steven Jackson, Torry Holt, and Marc Bulger.
Now, if their defense can actually play football, they will be a pretty good team overall.
Now, onto the Giants side....well, not so pretty. Allow me to express my anger, sadness, and bitterness.
WHY??????????????????? OMG WTF???????????? SPAGS, HOW COULD YOU DO THIS TO ME????
After ALL of the great times we had!?!?!? Remember Tom Brady? Getting pooped all over by your exotic and mesmerizing blitzes in Super Bowl XLII??????
How about your guys: Tuck, Kiwi, Fierce Pierce, Robbins, and Cofield? You helped stop more players in their tracks that any other coordinator.
Most importantly, your fans, how could you let us down? I was gonna make my own Spags jersey and wear it for the opener next year...YOU ##### LITTLE #%#$% I'M GONNA $%%&^& KILL YOU!!!!!!
Well, after I have become completely sane again, I will say this.
If there is any team in the NFC I want to see succeed besides the G-Men, it's now the Rams. Once a Giant, always a Giant in my heart...
...except for Shockey, he's a #####.
I love you Spags. Have fun over in St. Louis. Hopefully your team's fans will understand just how incredible you are at what you do day in, and day out.
Now if you excuse me, I'm going to tear down all of my Spags posters. All they remind me of now, is a broken heart...
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