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Rams fans react to a fine, fine win...
The day started a tad gloomy when many Rams fans missed their prime opportunity to score with Kate Upton.
Well @kateupton is at the Rams-Bucs game. Should have made the trip to Tampa Bay— Brennan Smith (@BrennanJSmith) December 23, 2012
We asked for some bold predictions, and fans didn't disappoint.
@turfshowtimes janoris Jenkins gonna have four picks ... two for touchdown ...— D.O.S_dumpONsite (@try_me_fukker) December 23, 2012
@turfshowtimes Jackson will get 1,000.Mike Martz will say less than 3 stupid things today......not.— Brandon Birkhead (@birktothehead) December 23, 2012
The game started out with the Bucs chewing up some serious time in the first quarter. No bueno.
Bucs chewed up a lot time on that drive just to kick a field goal. 9minutes 38 seconds. Bend don't break by StL defense— Rene Knott (@reneknottsports) December 23, 2012
The Rams defense didn't start hot. And neither did the offense.
INT was so bad, so many ways. Bradford locked on Amendola, no separation, and if it must be thrown, ball has to go outside.— Bernie Miklasz (@miklasz) December 23, 2012
With Brockers, Givens and Jenkins making huge contributions, i don't remember last time #stlrams had a better draft class. Name one.— Sean Hixson (@HixxinSoulard) December 23, 2012
Then the Rams went on some type of crazy turnover and scoring frenzy. Everybody started tweeting joyously.
Where the hell was this all season?— D.J. Gelner (@djgelner) December 23, 2012
You can't stop our offense, you can only hope to contain it...— Daniel K (@CGI_Ram) December 23, 2012
Craig Dahl then wanted to join in on the fun. Kinda ruined the party. Did nothing to stop Mike Williams on a 61 touchdown.
Steven Jackson disappeared and the Rams then didn't do too much.
What the hell happened to the Rams offense? Looks like garbage when they should be putting their foot on the Bucs' throats.— RamsHerd (@RamsHerd) December 23, 2012
Other than the 4 interceptions by James Laurinaitis, Janoris Jenkins, and Tru Johnson, and Euegene Sims, the Rams allowed a shaky Josh Freeman to do some damage. Still, fans were exited to see the Rams capitalize on Freeman's mistakes.
Rams coverage has been terrible. TO's have hidden that a bit today.— Tyler Bishop (@TylerBishop) December 23, 2012
I heart Eugene Sims— brandon bate (@NoPlanB_) December 23, 2012
Me likey. #Rams— John (@johnjf125) December 23, 2012
There was the issue of offense wanting to sit and sit some more...
Rams have no clue how to play a complete game— Tyler Bishop (@TylerBishop) December 23, 2012
7-7-1 is nothing to complain about. Talk about an improvement from last year. #Rams— Casey Christopher (@caseychristophe) December 23, 2012
Next week. Seattle. Who's ready to beat the Seahawks!?
Feelin' a Rams win next week?
HELL YES! (105 votes)
Nah, man! (34 votes)
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