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It's nice to be recognized as a surprise team. But...
True, the St. Louis Rams have the worst coaching staff in the league, as recently opined by yours truly.
After a good start, Sam Bradford was knocked out of the 2013 campaign. He is on the final year of his massive rookie deal, and he should be hungry to prove he is worth a new contract.
The defensive front might be stellar in St. Louis, but the secondary could be problematic. The Rams did little to fix a woeful lot, pinning hopes of better safety play on diminutive rookie Lamarcus Joyner.
With such blatant inaccuracies; you sir, are totally unqualified to have an opinion about this team!
By: CGI Ram
seriously, how can you declare a 2nd round pick a bust before he plays a preseason game? i'm not even being annoying or rude, it's just thats absurd. no one legitimately calls someone a bust after 2 weeks of training camp
WAY TO REPORT THE news INSTEAD OF REPEAT WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING I AM WITH YOU NOW.
your an idiot.
I don't mind that the Seahawks are ranked #2, but there is a blatant omission you've made in your analysis of the Seahawks coaching staff. Seattle's development of third day draft picks and UDFA's is second to none. You say, "The Seahawks are loaded with talent, which is the only reason why the coaching staff hasn't been ranked higher here." You could use this excuse if the Seahawks were loaded with first round draft picks, but they are loaded with 5th thru 7th round picks...the only reason they are so talented is because they've been developed by the Seahawks coaching staff. Sometimes you have to give credit where credit is due.
Regarding the 49ers, you've made a somewhat incorrect statement, "He only took a perennially mediocre team to the NFC Championship Game in each of the past three seasons, including during his inaugural season in 2011." If you do some research, you will learn that the 49ers 2010 draft class is probably the best team draft class in at least the last 10 years. Harbaugh inherited a bunch of relatively new rookies that were incredible. To say he inherited a mediocre team is rather disingenuous. Here is a link to a cool article on Niner Nation that adresses what I've talked about here:
You can learn all kinds of tidbits in this article.
Hey your articles are terrible. Why don't you try leaving your personal opinion out of things and use some damn logic?
You're an idiot
Hey bud, when we wanna read about football, we wanna read about FOOTBALL. Not your political, religious, or moral beliefs. You're just another self important doofus who probably thinks you're "making a difference" by writing about the REDSKINS nickname.
You need to stay out of the politically correct arena and stick to football. What you said about the Redskins is B.S. You and the rest of your libtard friends need to get thicker skin. Crybaby!
You continue to write biased crap and take cheap shots at the Jets every article you have a chance. You'd be more respected if you wrote like a writer thats a fan of the NFL not the Dolphins.