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Ram vs Seahawks: 1st Half Summary

The big difference in this game (so far) was the opening drive for the Seattle Seahawks.  A 61 yard pass from Whitehurst to Martin quickly moved the Seahawks down the field.  Then an errant and questionable holding call against Bartel changed a 4th down situation to first and goal.  2 Plays later, Whitehurst throws a 4 yard TD pass (Williams) and the Seahawks had drawn first blood.  There is another big difference in this game so far.  You can’t see it in the stats, but if you’re watching the game you know that it’s attitude.  The Seahawks just look a lot more confident than the Rams.  Maybe it’s a simple matter of playing at home, but they clearly ‘look’ better than the Rams even though neither has dominated.  This game is still wide open.  The halftime score is Rams 3, Seahawks 7.  I have a feeling that some amazing play is ahead so stay tuned.


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7 Responses to “Ram vs Seahawks: 1st Half Summary”

  1. BILL says:

    CATCH THE DAMN BALL

  2. A Narverud says:

    What poor coaching! Hurry up, then not. Challenge spot, cant get the flag out. Take time outs before half, not. What a dummy. Rams deserve to lose.

  3. Robert says:

    What a pathetic performance by the Rams tonight in Seattle. I don’t even know why I watch these games. Sam Bradford is a winner who want to win!!! What the Rams need to do is FIRE THE HEAD COACH AND HIS STAFF! He is a weenie who does NOT know how to win!!! Get a real head coach with this team and they should be able to dominate this weak NFC West Division.

  4. tommy boy says:

    Certainly the same old poor play calling and clock management, Seattle’s defensive coordinator did not even have to work up a sweat- Protect the short pass, stop SJ and then let them throw down field to receivers that cannot catch a ball. A 3 and 4 man rush pressures Bradford, too many tipped balls (poor passing lane blocking and again, good defensive coaching knowing how to pressure but then back off and hands up as Sammy releases the ball). Spagnulo definitely needs to not be involved in play calling and we need a coach with dynamic ideas…Martz like?
    Makes me think twice about my tickets next year.

  5. Scooter says:

    Fire Spagnola and Shurmur!!!!!!!! This team will never amount to anything with their coaching philosophies. Oh yeah, you might want to find a receiver who can catch, just ask any of the other teams in the NFL where to find one. Pathetic!!!!!!

  6. Ramsfan2101 says:

    Fire shurmur but keep spags! Our defense is a little better because of him but definitely get rid of shurmur for his weak 3 yard pass plays!! Shurmurs play calling is too conservative and predictable! Keep spags tho…

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