7:14 am November 18, 2010, by D. Orlando Ledbetter
November 18th, 20103:31 pm
Lucky, I said “essentially he is a rookie” (in case you don’t get it the key word there being essentially)
I also said “Yep, Lucky, Jerry is in his second year”
So Lucky, why in the world would I say “essentially he is a rookie”???
C’mon, you can do it……………..!!
November 18th, 20103:35 pm
1911A1 November 18th, 2010 3:14 pm
Aw, registration…………..a marvelous concept………….I agree 100%.
They could easily limit one ID per computer…………..
November 18th, 20103:38 pm
Falcon Jim November 18th, 2010 3:24 pm
I know FJ, I do the same thing, just like responding to Lucky on here………….what is the point……he is a troll with nothing intelligent to say or respond to.
November 18th, 20103:41 pm
U dont like what I right sid? Then dont reed it.
November 18th, 20103:47 pm
BY Jim Thomas St Louis Dispatch-Post
What’s the deal with that scruffy beard St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford is sporting these days?
“A couple of the guys are going along with the ‘no-shave November,’ and they asked me to be a part of it,” Bradford said. “So I feel like it’s something I need to do.”
Bradford also has a “no-interception November” going. In fact, he hasn’t thrown an interception since the fourth quarter of the Rams’ Oct. 10 defeat in Detroit. That’s four games-plus without a pick. So what’s the deal with that?
“I think just understanding that I don’t have to force things, that I can take what the defense is going to give me, and keep the chains moving,” Bradford said.
Perhaps a bit superstitious, Bradford didn’t seem anxious to talk about the streak. In fact, he said he doesn’t know how many passes he has thrown without an interception.
“No, and I really don’t care to,” he said.
It’s 138. He’s nine passes away from passing Chris Miller for third place on the Rams’ list for interception-free streaks. Miller went 146 attempts without an INT in a streak that began in 1994 for the Los Angeles Rams and ended in 1995 with the St. Louis Rams.
Marc Bulger holds the franchise record with 249 passes without an interception, spanning the 2005 and ‘06 seasons. Roman Gabriel is second with 206 in 1968 and ‘69.
The NFL record? Cleveland’s Bernie Kosar went 308 passes without an interception in 1990 and ‘91.
November 18th, 20104:01 pm
That’s it Sid. Just don’t “reed” what he “rights.”
November 18th, 20108:55 pm
that’s a marvelous idea. Sid and FJ as much positive that yall bring to the table yall also keep the negatives going too, and lets be real 88% of the haters on here are seen hes a “die hard” aints fan and pretends to be a retarded falcons fan who misspells everything on purpose just to get a response out of yall, and like the blind leading the blind yall march on ahead. and that registering so you can only have one id is a good idea then “seen joe the fishy cheese tea bagger goes for the rams” might chill out a little bit. also did i miss any of his names? and Go Falconsssssssss and wb Spoon but only if you ready rather have you vs pack than the rams, and get hurt bc your not ready. but i do believe if there was any doubt he wouldn’t be playing yet.
True Falcon Fan
November 19th, 20109:01 am
All thoughs that care, cosider this – if Jerry is a bust then what is Trey Lewis? Is he a bust too?
November 19th, 201010:39 am
This particular subject concerns the weekly “talk up the opposition” video. I’ve posted pertinent info concerning the Rams on d’leds blog this week but the subject always seems to be about attacking “trolls” and “liberals”.
I’ll try again. The Rams scored 30 points in their first game; they have not scored more than 20 since then. The best team they played was a San Diego team (20-17 win at home) that hasn’t played nearly as well as the Falcons. How does that equate to a team we should consider anything more than a speed bump?
And, what exactly is a troll?
November 19th, 20101:52 pm
THANK YOU DOL for putting the blog back in the order it used to be. Much easier to read and follow along with the “sometimes” Falcon related posts. I just skip over the ones on here for no obvious reason.
The Dogkiller Returns
November 20th, 201011:24 am
I can’t wait to get this trap game over with. That’s why I HATE 4pm kick-offs!!
November 21st, 20103:06 am
Haiku: (inspired by Dave Choate of the Falcoholic)
The Saint Louis Rams
Get a lesson on their turf
Eight and two sounds good.
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