Ray Lewis Posted November 21, 2010 Share Posted November 21, 2010 So, first of all of this talk about them being 4-1 at home. That's great. Now, they(the experts) keep going on and on about how great this Rams team is...wait arent they 4-5??? Arent they a team who has lost to Tampa Bay, Arizona, got blown out by Detroit, beat by the Raiders before they got their rushing game in week 2, and then outdueled by a San Fran team led by Troy Smith? Oh, and their victories....San Diego, Carolina, Washington and Seattle- combined record of 14 and 22. I dont get it... Wait, they just said it. Both games that we lost were road games this year. We definitely didnt lose to good teams one being the Steelers who have a rediculous DEF or a great Philadelhia offense, even with Kolb. I guess St. Louis is on the same level as those 2 teams. (On a side note, I dont think it matters who plays for the Eagles or how good they actually are, we just dont have good luck with them.) So I guess this means that our 2 road victories, vs a Browns team who has beaten the Patriots and the Saints or the victory vs. the Saints themselves whom are a NFC favorite amongst the press just doesnt count. OK, I got my rant out....please someone pass all of this information on to these guys so that I dont have to hear about our 2 road losses, or that the Rams are improved. This stuff is factual and cannot be overlooked. We all know that they are improved...but **** they havent played a high caliber team. If they are going to throw records out there, they need to use all of them. Additionally, mention our 2 road wins. Even with all of this said, every Sunday we know that anything can happen, but jesus they need to do some freaking homework and number crunching. Thanks for listening....please add any other points along these lines if you have them. I am curious to what I have overlooked. Ill be watching the game tomorrow hoping for a blowout, originally had planned to fly to St. Louis, however we all know how money is a factor. Ray Lewis Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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