Found September 16, 2012 on
St. Louis Rams
Rams CB Cortland Finnegan has always taken pride in getting in the heads of opposing players. The scab refs inability to control the tone of games can benefit players like him.
I hope that we’ve seen enough of the fill-in refs to stop the whole narrative of “well the real refs miss calls too” and start being honest with ourselves. The fake refs are losing control of games and it’s resulted in players looking to “get away” with calls. Trying to get away with things — and being successful– has made the game chippier with lots of pushing and shoving and in some cases punches thrown.
The Ravens and Eagles game was intense from the beginning. The announcers were insinuating that “nerves were frayed” and that was the reason for the unnecessary contact. But this is week 2 not week 12. The reality is that the fighting was a result of both the Eagles and Ravens having nasty teams. And when I say nasty I don’t mean dirty–I mean a lot of guys with attitudes and who don’t mind being physical on
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The replacement officials were at it again on Sunday. When will this national nightmare end? With the Rams trailing 14-3 midway through the second quarter, Steven Jackson scored a touchdown from one-yard-out. At least, that's what he thought. That's what it looked like on replay too, but according to the NFL's replacement officials, he hadn't. That's when Steven...
Steven Jackson has been the face of the St. Louis Rams franchise for several seasons.
Now, in just his second game as head coach of the Rams, it appears that Jeff Fisher is showing that "Action Jackson" may not be the face of the franchise any longer.
It looked as though Fisher benched Jackson after Jackson was flagged for a personal foul in the second quarter of the...
Josh Morgan commits 15 yard personal foul penalty by throwing the ball at Cortland Finnegan
Yesterday in the Redskins loss to the Rams, Josh Morgan made one of the worst boneheaded plays I have ever seen. Down 3 with 1:19 to play, the Redskins offense managed to get themselves in field goal range on a third down pass to Josh Morgan (we will excuse the fact that he should have...
Finnegan Makes Morgan Lose His Cool, Rams Take The Win -
With the Washington Redskins trailing 31-28 against the St. Louis Rams with a 1:27 left on the clock. QB Robert Griffin III hit WR Josh Morgan for a seven yard pass that Morgan turned into what I’m sure will be a candidate for bonehead move of the year. The catch wasn’t enough for a first down, but Morgan’s catch would...
According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, offensive lineman Roger Saffold injured his MCL in his left knee during Sunday’s win over the Redskins. The good news is that surgery won’t be needed. He’ll likely be out for a month.
Coach Jeff Fisher says Rodger Saffold has MCL injury in left knee. Non-surgical, but such injuries usually sideline player for about...
ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Rams offensive tackle Rodger Saffold will be out at least a month because of a right knee injury.
Coach Jeff Fisher said Monday that Saffold has a third-degree MCL sprain and other damage to the knee, but said it was not season-ending.
"He's going to miss a number of weeks. How many weeks, I can't speculate now," Fisher said. "He...
ST. LOUIS All eyes were on Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III Sunday after he burst onto the scene with a record-setting performance to upset the New Orleans Saints in Week one.
But Rams quarterback Sam Bradford reminded folks why he's got a Heisman Trophy as well. In arguably the best game of his young career, a motivated Bradford completed 26-of-35 passes for 310 yards...
Rams running back Steven Jackson missed the second half of his team's 31-28 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday, and it was believed to be due to a simple benching. Apparently, that wasn't the whole story. As it turns out, Jackson was dealing with some sort of hamstring injury.
Jason La Canfora reported on Twitter: "Steven Jackson had a hamstring issue, I'...
How do you spell "St. Louis Rams?" T-R-A-P.
After the Washington Redskins eye opening adventure last Sunday in New Orleans, fans expect the team to crush the Lambs. It's a dangerous attitude. The 'Skins could manage no better than 2-2 against the Rams in the last four games of the series, and barely that. It shows how far Washington fell after Joe Gibbs' abrupt...
FOR THE SECOND consecutive week St. Louis receiver Brandon Gibson found the end zone. His 34-yard TD reception from Sam Bradford helped the Rams take down the Washington Redskins, 31-28, on Sunday.
In a battle of Heisman-trophy winning quarterbacks, the home team prevailed Sunday as the St. Louis Rams escaped with a 31-28 win over the visiting Washington Redskins.
When it came to clutch plays, Washington rookie phenom Robert Griffin III showed poise and grit, even jawing with opposing defenders. However, Sam Bradford also had much to prove from his Oklahoma days, and the...
That’s right Josh, a Wide Receiver catches the ball he doesn’t throw it. Now you’ve got it.
Just a brief update on Redskins WR Josh Morgan who lost his cool after Cortland Finnegan slapped him on the head. Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said he won’t punish Josh Morgan for the mistake. He also said that he didn’t even pull Josh aside to talk about it rather addressed...
Sam Bradford had three touchdown passes on 26-of-35 attempts for 310 yards to lead the St. Louis Rams to a 31-28 win over the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Danny Amendola totaled 15 catches for 160 yards and a score while Matthew Mulligan and Brandon Gibson each caught a touchdown pass for the Rams (1-1), who snapped an eight-game losing streak that went back to last season. ...
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The Cruddy Show broadcasted for the first time ever on a Tuesday night and reviewed the St. Louis Rams 31-28 win over the Washington Redskins.
One of the things the crew talked about was who has been the Rams MVP thus far through the first two games? The consensus was split between wide receiver Danny Amendola and...