Hello Rams fans! It was quite an interesting Week 15 in the NFL. I'm going to begin by saying that the events of December 14, 2012 in Newtown, Connecticut are beyond tragic and unspeakably heinous. I can stand a lot of things but not crimes of this magnitude against innocent children. The evil, cowardly, and malignant piece of human excrement who did this shouldn't have taken the easy way out and committed suicide. This man is the defining example that extreme capital punishment should be brought back in all 50 states. Out of the ashes of a dramatic and unfortunate tragedy like the one on Friday, there are stories of ordinary people stepping up to save countless lives by heroically giving theirs with no thoughts of their own personal safety. These people should be honored every day. It is absolutely heartbreaking to see this happen to children who were completely innocent and especially the parents of the dead children need everyone's full support. Please think about these poor souls who have to do what no parent should have to do: bury their own child when you have a spare moment. Also, if you have a spare penny or two, donate it to a charity that provides for folks who've survived this kind of tragedy. In the grand scheme of things, the NFL is merely inconsequential compared to life. With heavy hearts, we must get on with this post.
The Rams loss can be summed up in short order: Adrian Peterson and the inability to stop him. There's no shame in that, though as every other team can't stop him. He's a crazy freak of nature and is the MVP in my eyes. It certainly is mind boggling to see what he is doing after suffering a major knee injury. Sometimes, you just have to tip your cap to a vastly superior player and move onto next week.