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Who Is On Your Mount Rushmore Of Rams Nation?

Mount Rushmore

Recently a lot has been made about ESPN’s interesting chat about who would be on various Mount Rushmore of professional sports leagues.

You know Mount Rushmore right – that National monument sculpture carved into the granite face of a mountain near Keystone, South Dakota. (Yes we looked it up on Wikipedia).

So today we throw out the question to our fan base – what Rams would make your ‘Mount Rushmore of Rams Nation.’?

Now of course right off the bat you would have to make sure a spot is saved for Deacon Jones – The great sack stud of the Rams who played from 1961 to 1971 and simply couldn’t be blocked for a decade.

While Jones is the George Washington, that leaves three spots left, and that’s where our loyal readers and fan base come in to play.

Let’s leave comments about the three spots and come up with our own ‘Mount Rushmore Of Rams Nation.’

So many names, so few spots.

Let’s hear from you Rams fans – four names – one monument.

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5 Responses to “Who Is On Your Mount Rushmore Of Rams Nation?”

  1. Ron says:

    After, or maybe even before Deacon has to be Merlin Olsen, followed by Marshall Faulk. It’s the fourth spot where I am torn. You have the all-time passing leader in Jim Everett with 23,758 yards, the all-time rushing leader Steven Jackson with 10,135 yards and the all-time receiving leader Isaac Bruce with 14,109 yards. Any of these three would be great. But what about Jackie Slater who played for 20 years, or Norm Van Broklin who threw for over 16,000 yards when no one else in the league was throwing the ball. On the other side of the ball, there is Jack Youngblood, (How can you not put a guy that plays in the Super Bowl, then plays in the Pro Bowl with a broken leg!)

    The bottom line is we need a bigger mountain, hell, maybe an entire moountain range would work!

  2. mark says:

    Merlin Olsen, Eric Dickerson. .. ?

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  4. Dirk says:

    Deacon, Merlin, Roman, & George Allen. Navy blue and white only.

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