Sure you have, well we’re back in business…
I would absolutely love to come into games as the favourites, on the way to a winning record and a playoff berth. But there is something magical almost romantic about being the underdog and causing an upset.
Like the headlights of a Mini Cooper in the midst of thick fog, there are signs of light for the Rams.
Dear Mr. Davis,
In light of recent events, namely your heroic performance in leading the Rams to victory, we here at St. Louis Rams UK feel it necessary to put on record our deep regret at the things we may have said about you in the past
If waiting for week one is comparable to waiting for Christmas, then the Rams’ Christmas consisted of getting a sack of coal and being told Santa isn’t real. And sorry folks, he isn’t.
So the new season is upon us, finally. And more specifically our second year of covering the Rams.
After what was a positive draft, it is possible to see how the roster is shaping up; and equally what level of expectations we should have for the upcoming season. Having posed the question last week regarding people’s ‘realistic expectations’ for the 2014/15 season, there seems to be a general consensus.
After the excruciatingly long wait for the 2014 draft to finally arrive, and the never ending amount of mock drafts, in which it seemed the Rams had been linked to drafting everyone from Johnny Manziel to Postman Pat, the Rams eventually acquired quite a haul.
Yet it is not this draft class that I am most looking forward to seeing in Blue and Gold in 2014; it is the class of 2013.
With the announcement of the (tough) 2014 schedule, the return of Rams football has taken a step closer. Here is the full schedule courtesy of stlouisrams.com;
The declaration on Wednesday of Texas A&M’s superstar quarterback Johnny Manziel that he will be entering the 2014 NFL Draft is not one that was terribly surprising, but it is one that fanned the flames of a debate that has been burning ever since the end of the Rams’ season at CenturyLink Field a couple of weeks ago; should the Rams stay with Sam Bradford or cut him adrift?
Another NFL regular season has drawn to a close and the Rams didn’t quite manage that elusive .500 record ending the season at 7-9. Going into this one we hoped for and wanted that .500 but in all honesty Arizona going into Seattle and winning the previous week was probably the worst thing that could have happened, as now Seattle still had to clinch the division and No 1 seed.