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Gratuitous 2013 WK4 SF @ StL : Let the excuse-making ensue! (1 Viewer)

No Aldon, no starting NT, maybe no Vernon Davis..

Gore wants the rock. Bet they give it to Kendall Minus Yardage Hunter instead.

The battle of two 1-2 teams. Do they still pipe in crowd noise at the STL dome?

I don't wanna work. I just wanna bang on teh drum all day....

 
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.

 
No official injury report from SF, but Cam Inman has his list out:

Note - again this isn't official, just a list starters who are injured who may not be able to play

Aldon Smith likely won’t be the only starter missing from Thursday’s lineup in St. Louis. Other injured players whose status is in jeopardy: linebacker Patrick Willis (groin), tight end Vernon Davis (left hamstring), cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha (right knee), left guard Mike Iupati (right shoulder) and special-teams ace Bubba Ventrone (concussion).
http://blogs.mercurynews.com/49ers/2013/09/23/day-after-notes-aldon-smiths-potential-replacements-wr-issues/

 
No Aldon, no starting NT, maybe no Vernon Davis..

Gore wants the rock. Bet they give it to Kendall Minus Yardage Hunter instead.

The battle of two 1-2 teams. Do they still pipe in crowd noise at the STL dome?

I don't wanna work. I just wanna bang on teh drum all day....
Keep whining and making excuses. Team is a mess, Kaepernick has been solved. Done.

 
No Aldon, no starting NT, maybe no Vernon Davis..

Gore wants the rock. Bet they give it to Kendall Minus Yardage Hunter instead.

The battle of two 1-2 teams. Do they still pipe in crowd noise at the STL dome?

I don't wanna work. I just wanna bang on teh drum all day....
Keep whining and making excuses. Team is a mess, Kaepernick has been solved. Done.
http://www.idealaunch.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/lucy-doctor-stand.jpg

 
No official injury report from SF, but Cam Inman has his list out:

Note - again this isn't official, just a list starters who are injured who may not be able to play

Aldon Smith likely won’t be the only starter missing from Thursday’s lineup in St. Louis. Other injured players whose status is in jeopardy: linebacker Patrick Willis (groin), tight end Vernon Davis (left hamstring), cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha (right knee), left guard Mike Iupati (right shoulder) and special-teams ace Bubba Ventrone (concussion).
http://blogs.mercurynews.com/49ers/2013/09/23/day-after-notes-aldon-smiths-potential-replacements-wr-issues/
Willis would be massive. Not that the Rams can run, but with Willis in there, they wouldn't be able to even bluff the threat. If Davis is out, then there goes the main receiving threat for both the team and my fantasy squad. Nnamdi? Meh. Iupati would be big. Brockers devoured SF in both games last year, but if Iupati isn't there to try and keep him in check, it could get even worse.

Then factor in how badly Long was getting worked last week, and Smith being out could be the last morsel of salvation the Rams need.

 
No official injury report from SF, but Cam Inman has his list out:

Note - again this isn't official, just a list starters who are injured who may not be able to play

Aldon Smith likely won’t be the only starter missing from Thursday’s lineup in St. Louis. Other injured players whose status is in jeopardy: linebacker Patrick Willis (groin), tight end Vernon Davis (left hamstring), cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha (right knee), left guard Mike Iupati (right shoulder) and special-teams ace Bubba Ventrone (concussion).
http://blogs.mercurynews.com/49ers/2013/09/23/day-after-notes-aldon-smiths-potential-replacements-wr-issues/
Willis would be massive. Not that the Rams can run, but with Willis in there, they wouldn't be able to even bluff the threat. If Davis is out, then there goes the main receiving threat for both the team and my fantasy squad. Nnamdi? Meh. Iupati would be big. Brockers devoured SF in both games last year, but if Iupati isn't there to try and keep him in check, it could get even worse.

Then factor in how badly Long was getting worked last week, and Smith being out could be the last morsel of salvation the Rams need.
I expect Iupati to play, but if not 100 percent does have concern for the 49er offense. They have some depth on the offensive line, but it is a short week as well.

 
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be twerking-One-Direction giddy.
http://static02.mediaite.com/gossipcop/uploads/2013/09/Screen-Shot-2013-09-20-at-9.43.40-AM-300x257.png

 
The 49ers have an uphill battle with injuries, no Aldon Smith, no WR's to speak of, on the road and a short week. You can call those excuses if you want, I'm call them unavoidable realities.

This game comes down to the ground game. If the 49ers can get it going (I'll define this as 160 yards combined between gore and hunter), they win by 10 points. If not, they lose by 20.

If we lose, I'll be back here to give props to the Rams, just like I did the Seahawks in that thread. Here's the thing - if we lose, I won't give a rat's ### if you want to rub it in... YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO WIN THIS ONE.

 
The 49ers have an uphill battle with injuries, no Aldon Smith, no WR's to speak of, on the road and a short week. You can call those excuses if you want, I'm call them unavoidable realities.

This game comes down to the ground game. If the 49ers can get it going (I'll define this as 160 yards combined between gore and hunter), they win by 10 points. If not, they lose by 20.

If we lose, I'll be back here to give props to the Rams, just like I did the Seahawks in that thread. Here's the thing - if we lose, I won't give a rat's ### if you want to rub it in... YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO WIN THIS ONE.
"You're supposed to win this one" is a far cry from the "this division is a two-team race" rhetoric I had to endure all off-season.

 
Wait - is this thread where if 3 of the 4 offensive guys that are "supposed" to have good FF games do so, someone comes in and talks about the one and how it's Thursday Night Game Syndrome?

 
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
 
Wait - is this thread where if 3 of the 4 offensive guys that are "supposed" to have good FF games do so, someone comes in and talks about the one and how it's Thursday Night Game Syndrome?
I'd be hard pressed to name three guys that are supposed to have good games in this one.

 
The 49ers have an uphill battle with injuries, no Aldon Smith, no WR's to speak of, on the road and a short week. You can call those excuses if you want, I'm call them unavoidable realities.

This game comes down to the ground game. If the 49ers can get it going (I'll define this as 160 yards combined between gore and hunter), they win by 10 points. If not, they lose by 20.

If we lose, I'll be back here to give props to the Rams, just like I did the Seahawks in that thread. Here's the thing - if we lose, I won't give a rat's ### if you want to rub it in... YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO WIN THIS ONE.
"You're supposed to win this one" is a far cry from the "this division is a two-team race" rhetoric I had to endure all off-season.
I hate to take the bait, but if the 49ers lose this game. It will just be a one team race in the division, ie Seahawks and the rest. So we know you would like to have the Rams be part of a "new" two team race, but I don't see that happening this year.

 
why does a game between two 1-2 teams warrant a thread?
I'm interested, but mostly because I watch a lot of NFC West games being a Seattle fan. I expect this to be a good game for several reasons.

1. I want to see Kaepernick rebound. I think he's way better than he's shown in the past two games.

2. I think the STL pass rush on the edge is one of the best in the league.

3. I believe both coaches. I saw someone mention it in another thread. I would feel great about Harbaugh being in another division. Same for Fischer. Actually, I've thought that Fischer has been one of the most underrated coaches since he's been in the league.

4. Will Gore get more touches this week? Maybe HUnter?

5. Will STL game plan against Boldin like Seattle did?

Looking forward to some slobber-knocker football on Thursday.

 
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100523172402/peanuts/images/a/a0/1107charlie_brown_lucy_football.jpg

 
The 49ers have an uphill battle with injuries, no Aldon Smith, no WR's to speak of, on the road and a short week. You can call those excuses if you want, I'm call them unavoidable realities.

This game comes down to the ground game. If the 49ers can get it going (I'll define this as 160 yards combined between gore and hunter), they win by 10 points. If not, they lose by 20.

If we lose, I'll be back here to give props to the Rams, just like I did the Seahawks in that thread. Here's the thing - if we lose, I won't give a rat's ### if you want to rub it in... YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO WIN THIS ONE.
"You're supposed to win this one" is a far cry from the "this division is a two-team race" rhetoric I had to endure all off-season.
I hate to take the bait, but if the 49ers lose this game. It will just be a one team race in the division, ie Seahawks and the rest. So we know you would like to have the Rams be part of a "new" two team race, but I don't see that happening this year.
It's just game 4 into the season. The importance of the position between STL and SF in the first half of the season is whats at stake here. Anything can happen going into the second half, so over confidence of who wins the division should be measured and checked with one's self.

 
The 49ers promoted cornerback Darryl Morris from the practice squad to the 53-man roster today.


The roster move, of course, is great news for the undrafted rookie from Texas State, but it’s probably a bad sign for cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha.

Asomugha had an MRI on Monday on his right knee. The 49ers haven’t provided the results of the exam, but Morris’ promotion suggests Asomugha won’t play Thursday night at St. Louis.

The roster opening was created Monday when the 49ers placed outside linebacker Aldon Smith on reserve non-football injury list. Defensive coordinator Vic Fangio was asked if today’s roster move could be interpreted as a sign Asomugha won’t be available.

“We had the opening on the roster and we do have some questions with our health at the corner position,” he said. “So we just felt it was natural to bring up Darryl with that opening.”

If Asomugha can’t play, Tramaine Brock would assume his role as the No. 3 cornerback. Brock has played just 27 defensive snaps since 2012, including six this season, according to Pro Football Focus.

In other injury news, Fangio said linebacker Patrick Willis was progressing well after sustaining a groin injury in Sunday’s 27-7 loss to the Colts, but stopped short of saying he’d play against the Rams.

“He’s getting better,” Fangio said. “He’s making a lot of progress. It remains to be seen whether he’ll be ready on Thursday or not.”

Tight end Vernon Davis (hamstring), who missed his first game since 2007 last week, will likely be a game-time decision, according to offensive coordinator Greg Roman. Running back LaMichael James was also termed a game-time decision by Roman, although James did not appear on the injury report Monday for the first time since he sustained a sprained MCL on Aug. 29.
http://blog.sfgate.com/49ers/2013/09/24/injury-updates-roster-move-suggests-asomugha-wont-play-thursday/

Hey Spiff, any Ram injury updates?

 
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100523172402/peanuts/images/a/a0/1107charlie_brown_lucy_football.jpg
My link

 
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100523172402/peanuts/images/a/a0/1107charlie_brown_lucy_football.jpg
My link
Dr. McLucy, please pick up the courtesy phone. S. Weeny forgot what week were on again.

 
Wait - is this thread where if 3 of the 4 offensive guys that are "supposed" to have good FF games do so, someone comes in and talks about the one and how it's Thursday Night Game Syndrome?
I'd be hard pressed to name three guys that are supposed to have good games in this one.
Yeah, I agree. When I typed that I was thinking Kaep as a QB2, Gore as a fair RB1, Boldin as a WR2 and maybe V.Davis or Cook as a startable TE. But yep, the pickins are slim - which is kinda my point. Sometimes Thursday night production is bad, and it's got nothing to do with the short week. Sometimes the teams playing just aren't that good. I mean the Niners and Rams scored a COMBINED 14 points this past weekend. If the final on Thursday is 20-17 or something, it would be an offensive explosion relative to how they played Sunday.

 
Wait - is this thread where if 3 of the 4 offensive guys that are "supposed" to have good FF games do so, someone comes in and talks about the one and how it's Thursday Night Game Syndrome?
I'd be hard pressed to name three guys that are supposed to have good games in this one.
Yeah, I agree. When I typed that I was thinking Kaep as a QB2, Gore as a fair RB1, Boldin as a WR2 and maybe V.Davis or Cook as a startable TE. But yep, the pickins are slim - which is kinda my point. Sometimes Thursday night production is bad, and it's got nothing to do with the short week. Sometimes the teams playing just aren't that good. I mean the Niners and Rams scored a COMBINED 14 points this past weekend. If the final on Thursday is 20-17 or something, it would be an offensive explosion relative to how they played Sunday.
I dunno how what you FF guys do with Kickers, but this may be one of those games that has a few key FG's.

 
drummer said:
DoubleG said:
Max Power said:
DoubleG said:
Wait - is this thread where if 3 of the 4 offensive guys that are "supposed" to have good FF games do so, someone comes in and talks about the one and how it's Thursday Night Game Syndrome?
I'd be hard pressed to name three guys that are supposed to have good games in this one.
Yeah, I agree. When I typed that I was thinking Kaep as a QB2, Gore as a fair RB1, Boldin as a WR2 and maybe V.Davis or Cook as a startable TE. But yep, the pickins are slim - which is kinda my point. Sometimes Thursday night production is bad, and it's got nothing to do with the short week. Sometimes the teams playing just aren't that good. I mean the Niners and Rams scored a COMBINED 14 points this past weekend. If the final on Thursday is 20-17 or something, it would be an offensive explosion relative to how they played Sunday.
I dunno how what you FF guys do with Kickers, but this may be one of those games that has a few key FG's.
:lmao: Different thread.

 
drummer said:
mad sweeney said:
drummer said:
mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100523172402/peanuts/images/a/a0/1107charlie_brown_lucy_football.jpg
My link
Dr. McLucy, please pick up the courtesy phone. S. Weeny forgot what week were on again.
Aren't you the guy constantly pointing to the past as a measure of the team's worth? Maybe this will help.

 
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mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
Too bad the Vikes suck huh

 
mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
Too bad the Vikes suck huh
Uh, wat?

 
mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
Too bad the Vikes suck huh
Uh, wat?
muahahahaha

 
mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
Too bad the Vikes suck huh
Uh, wat?
muahahahaha
Well, you do make more sense than drummer. So that's good at least.

 
mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
Too bad the Vikes suck huh
Uh, wat?
muahahahaha
Well, you do make more sense than drummer. So that's good at least.
You always seem to be in niners threads trying trash whatever you can, pretty sure I remember seeing you being a vikes fan in some thread.

 
mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
Too bad the Vikes suck huh
Uh, wat?
muahahahaha
Well, you do make more sense than drummer. So that's good at least.
You always seem to be in niners threads trying trash whatever you can, pretty sure I remember seeing you being a vikes fan in some thread.
Not ever.

 
Dammit Spiff, I gotta do the work for ya now?

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- On Monday's injury report, the St. Louis Rams listed nine players, but most weren't necessarily dealing with injuries so much as soreness from playing a game a little more than 24 hours earlier.


Tuesday's injury report brought some reality back to the list, as the bulk of the players on it were upgraded in some form.

In fact, the Rams had just two players who did not practice or were limited in some capacity Tuesday afternoon. Tackle Rodger Saffold and defensive end William Hayes, both of whom are dealing with knee ailments, did not practice. Offensive tackle Joe Barksdale also did not practice as he tended to a personal matter.

The other seven players who were listed Monday were full participants in Tuesday's workout. Receiver Chris Givens, who did not participate Monday because of knee soreness, moved up to full participation.

Here's the full breakdown of Tuesday's injury report:

Did not participate: Barksdale, Hayes, Saffold.

Full participation: Givens, linebacker James Laurinaitis (foot), tight end Mike McNeill (chest), left guard Chris Williams (foot), safety T.J. McDonald (knee), running back Daryl Richardson (foot), left tackle Jake Long (foot).
http://espn.go.com/blog/st-louis-rams/post/_/id/1191/most-injured-rams-return-to-practice

 
drummer said:
mad sweeney said:
drummer said:
mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20100523172402/peanuts/images/a/a0/1107charlie_brown_lucy_football.jpg
My link
Dr. McLucy, please pick up the courtesy phone. S. Weeny forgot what week were on again.
Aren't you the guy constantly pointing to the past as a measure of the team's worth? Maybe this will help.
Seattle Seahawks Franchise Encyclopedia

Regular Season Record (all-time) : 283-300-0
Playoff Record (all-time) : 9-12 (Last appearance after 2012 season)
Super Bowls Won: 0 out of 1 appearance
Championships Won: 0
http://www.pro-football-reference.com/teams/sea/

The September Seahawks

 
mad sweeney said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
drummer said:
Junior McSpiffy said:
Whichever team goes 1-3 will most assuredly be in a massive hole, but if the Niners start 0-2 in the division, that'll be crippling.
Plus, Ram fans don't want it to be their team that the 49ers get back on track against.
Oh, most assuredly. If the Rams could be the one who puts the proverbial first nail in their coffin, I'd be tween-meeting-One-Direction giddy.
By my count, this would be at best the second nail. Home loss to an underdog has a claim for #2 as well, so you're probably looking at nail number three. Just like a desperate fan to try and overstate the importance of a game between bottom feeders.
So... why are you even here? You don't like either of these teams and you aren't really adding anything. It seems you meet every criteria by which I was uninvited from the thread a couple of weeks back. Integrity, thy name is... well, I suppose thy name could be a whole lotta things, but I know it ain't mad sweeny.

But to act like you wanted the point seriously addressed, down by two games is rough but not insurmountable. Three* would be stretching it to the point where people can legitimately question. And if you think 1-2 is out of the question, have you written off Atlanta?

* Presuming a road win for Seattle against Indi. So maybe I'm jumping the gun in many regards.

 
Dammit Spiff, I gotta do the work for ya now?

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- On Monday's injury report, the St. Louis Rams listed nine players, but most weren't necessarily dealing with injuries so much as soreness from playing a game a little more than 24 hours earlier.


Tuesday's injury report brought some reality back to the list, as the bulk of the players on it were upgraded in some form.

In fact, the Rams had just two players who did not practice or were limited in some capacity Tuesday afternoon. Tackle Rodger Saffold and defensive end William Hayes, both of whom are dealing with knee ailments, did not practice. Offensive tackle Joe Barksdale also did not practice as he tended to a personal matter.

The other seven players who were listed Monday were full participants in Tuesday's workout. Receiver Chris Givens, who did not participate Monday because of knee soreness, moved up to full participation.

Here's the full breakdown of Tuesday's injury report:

Did not participate: Barksdale, Hayes, Saffold.

Full participation: Givens, linebacker James Laurinaitis (foot), tight end Mike McNeill (chest), left guard Chris Williams (foot), safety T.J. McDonald (knee), running back Daryl Richardson (foot), left tackle Jake Long (foot).
http://espn.go.com/blog/st-louis-rams/post/_/id/1191/most-injured-rams-return-to-practice
Dude, I was literally just going there as soon as my daughter got her juice cup.

 
Dammit Spiff, I gotta do the work for ya now?

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- On Monday's injury report, the St. Louis Rams listed nine players, but most weren't necessarily dealing with injuries so much as soreness from playing a game a little more than 24 hours earlier.


Tuesday's injury report brought some reality back to the list, as the bulk of the players on it were upgraded in some form.

In fact, the Rams had just two players who did not practice or were limited in some capacity Tuesday afternoon. Tackle Rodger Saffold and defensive end William Hayes, both of whom are dealing with knee ailments, did not practice. Offensive tackle Joe Barksdale also did not practice as he tended to a personal matter.

The other seven players who were listed Monday were full participants in Tuesday's workout. Receiver Chris Givens, who did not participate Monday because of knee soreness, moved up to full participation.

Here's the full breakdown of Tuesday's injury report:

Did not participate: Barksdale, Hayes, Saffold.

Full participation: Givens, linebacker James Laurinaitis (foot), tight end Mike McNeill (chest), left guard Chris Williams (foot), safety T.J. McDonald (knee), running back Daryl Richardson (foot), left tackle Jake Long (foot).
http://espn.go.com/blog/st-louis-rams/post/_/id/1191/most-injured-rams-return-to-practice
Dude, I was literally just going there as soon as my daughter got her juice cup.
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