I commented a similar version of this post and some people seemed to get a kick out of it. Maybe it's time for a little light humor on TST.
In a parallel universe, Mike Martz and the Rams won their 7th consecutive Super Bowl in 2010. Kurt Warner is just now retiring and finally handing over the QB reigns to a healthy low-mileage 33 year old Marc Bulger. Warner throwing downfield to the speedy Avery, across the middle to Joe Klopfenstein, and to Jackson coming out of the backfield has been as unstoppable as the days when he had Bruce, Holt and Faulk. Alex Barron, Jacob Bell and “Mr. Professional” and United Way spokesman; Richie Incognito have been spectacular at blowing out defensive lines all over the league for years. And thanks to new-comers Jason Brown and Jason Smith, the now retired All-Pro Orlando Pace has hardly been missed. Madison Hedgecock has been superior as a FB in both running, plus blocking for Jackson. Brian Leonard and Kenneth Darby at RB have been marvelous at spelling Jackson.
Veteran defenders London Fletcher, Dexter McCleon, Dre' Bly, Leonard Little, and Todd Lyght are retiring after multi-pro bowl careers with the Rams. But the Defense led by Coach Lovie Smith and his assistant Steve Spaguola is still deep with talent including Pro Bowlers OJ Atogwe, Brandon Chillar, James Butler, JL, Adam Carriker and Chris Long.
Picking 32nd in the draft again this year, the Rams snaked QB Jimmy Clausen to be Bulger’s protege’. This fall should be no different as the Ram Dynasty continues to pummel the rest of the league like an unrestrained Juggernaut. Who will be this year’s victim? The Rams have already defeated both New England and Pittsburgh twice in the Super Bowl to avenge earlier losses. It was especially sweet how Tom Brady and Big Ben were completely shutdown in those games. After his second blowout SB loss to the Ram, Pat's Coach Bill Belicheat threw in the towel and quit. And it looks like the Super Rams will keep the Manning brothers from ever winning the big one.