1. Packers Plagued By Penalties and Pressure In Loss to Bengals

    Where did the high-powered offense go? Where is this vaunted Packers defense? For the second straight week, the Green Bay offense was inconsistent...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about 5 years ago 908 reads 17 comments

  2. St. Louis Rams Defense is Solid, Offense Still a No-Show in Loss to Redskins

    The St. Louis Rams got one side of the ball playing well, while the other is still playing catch-up. The Rams defense held Washington without a touchdown in five red zone possessions, but the offense was limited to just 245 yards...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about 5 years ago 701 reads 1 comments

  3. ACC and Big 12 Take Center Stage in Less Glitzy Week Three Action

    While Week 3 of the college football season doesn't have the top 10 matchup we saw last week, it does have a pair of games pitting ranked teams against each other...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 520 reads 6 comments

  4. Rams Search for Veteran Help at Receiver

    When you finish a game with zero points, 17 completions, and only 191 passing yards, it's pretty easy to figure out that you have a weakness, or two, or three. The St...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 567 reads 7 comments

  5. Rams Listless in Shutout Loss to Seahawks

    As good as the St. Louis Rams defense looked in the first quarter of Sunday's game at Seattle, the offensive ineptitude was enough to make even the casual football fan turn away...

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  6. North Scold: Green Bay Makes Defensive Statement in 21-15 Win Over Chicago

    Was Green Bay's dominating performance in the preseason a mirage or for real? If Sunday night's 21-15 victory over the Chicago Bears was any indication, the answer is yes...and no...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 454 reads 13 comments

  7. Packers-Bears: Getting Together With Old Friends

    After all of the games are played Sunday afternoon, there will be one remaining—and it's the oldest rivalry in the NFL. The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears will meet for the 178th time Sunday night at Lambeau Field...

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  8. Can You Feel the Draft? The Rams Didn't

    Just days before the St. Louis Rams open their 2009 regular season schedule in Seattle, the team made a surprising move Thursday morning that could send shock waves through the locker room...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 319 reads 1 comments

  9. The Trojan Horse Invades the Horseshoe in Week Two

    The first weekend of the 2009 college football season gave us a few surprises, but could not have been worse for the University of Oklahoma. Not only did the then third-ranked Sooners lose to No...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 191 reads 4 comments

  10. Missouri Dominates Illinois in Arch Rivalry Game

    ST. LOUIS – Blaine Gabbert looked like a seasoned veteran as he returned to his hometown for his college debut...

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  11. Packers Enter 2009 Season with Excitement and High Expectations

    It’s hard to get excited about preseason games in the NFL, but have you been paying attention to what Green Bay has been doing this summer? The Packers went 3-1 this preseason, but that’s not the story...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 326 reads 4 comments

  12. End Of Preseason Means Final Cuts Loom For Rams

    I'm not certain of all 53 players, but I have a pretty good idea of most of the players who will make the final roster for the 2009 St. Louis Rams...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 955 reads 3 comments

  13. No Need To Badger Wisconsin with Expectations, They Have Plenty of Their Own

    As much as Barry Alvarez may want to avoid the topic, he may have to make a decision at the end of the year on Bret Bielema...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 189 reads 1 comments

  14. All-Star Win in Home City Special for Athletica Players

    This article can also be found in Soccer St. Louis Magazine. The St. Louis Athletica had three players in Sunday’s WPS All-Star game, and simply hosting the match made it that much more memorable...

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  15. WPS Proves Its Status Among World's Elite

    This article can also be found in Soccer St. Louis Magazine. If the whole soccer thing doesn’t work out, Lori Chalupny could have a career as a fortuneteller...

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  16. College Football's Top 10 Games of Week One

    I'm not sure how much it's been missed, but my top 10 games of the week caught on like a wildfire last year and the blog was featured on the ESPN.com home page more than once. So, it only makes sense to continue the tradition in 2009...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 3,521 reads 67 comments

  17. Joe Klopfenstein among Four Released by Rams Tuesday Morning; Tye Hill Traded

    To all you Joe Klopfenstein fans out there, if there are any left, I hate to say I told you so. The former second-round pick out of Colorado in 2006 was one of four players released by the St...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 679 reads 5 comments

  18. WPS All-Stars Prevail in Inaugural All-Star Game

    This article can also be found at Soccer St. Louis Magazine's blog site. The best of the best in women's soccer settled in St. Louis on Sunday...

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  19. St. Louis Offensive Line Gelling As a Unit

    The St. Louis Rams are expecting a lot more productivity from their offensive line this year. They brought in free agent center Jason Brown from Baltimore to anchor the middle...

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  20. East Carolina Ready To Defend C-USA Title

    The East Carolina football team under Skip Holtz has had the same two goals every season: win a conference championship and win a bowl game...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 269 reads 7 comments

  21. Tight End Battle Crucial For Rams in Final Two Weeks of Preseason

    While there are several roster spots up for grabs with the St. Louis Rams, one of the most interesting competitions is at tight end. The Rams will most likely keep three tight ends...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 261 reads 2 comments

  22. A Real Interview With Richie Incognito of the St. Louis Rams

    A few weeks ago, I was asked to formulate questions I would ask a St. Louis Rams player during an interview. Because of his personality, I figured an interview with Richie Incognito would be interesting...

    Ron Clements Written by Ron Clements about over 5 years ago 1,332 reads 5 comments

  23. Rams Starters Struggle Against Falcons in Preseason Home Opener

    As good as the St. Louis Rams looked at times in their preseason opener last week against the New York Jets, the starters sure laid an egg at home Friday night against Atlanta...

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  24. Bulger's Broken Pinkie Means Better Looks for the Other Rams QBs

    While their fans may have had their heart skip a beat Monday morning when they read that Marc Bulger injured a finger on his throwing hand, the rest of the St. Louis Rams were loose and upbeat during the afternoon session...

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  25. Samkon Gado Impressive In St. Louis Rams Debut

    The St. Louis Rams may have won their first preseason game Friday night, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they played well...

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