Todays game was going pretty good.
Then we had 3rd and goal at the 2 and ....
I wasn't particularly that upset
with Kellen Vincent Clemens or
Brian no-middle-name Schottenheimer,
as oldboy1x might have been referring to them,
but I was pretty hot.
Our defense responded, pushed them back
3 yards in 3 plays, almost a safety. That cooled me down.
And then, " The Special Teams Special ", penalty !
I'm kind of upset again.
And then, on our first offensive play... Eff-U-mble !
Fuming at this point is what I'd normally be, but I wasn't,
Zac Stacy fumbled !
My reaction was, ' I love this guy '.
All the carries he's had and all the big shots he's taken,
and this is the first time he's dropped it !
I actually thought, ' Well it's about time '.
It's true that this play didn't ultimately affect
the outcome of the game, but even if it had,
I'd still feel the same. And it's not just his results
that make me a fan of his, but even moreso,
it's his effort, his heart that gives good reason to stand by our Rams.
( Way too corny, defenitely delete that )
I've read some of todays post game TST articles
and it seems like the feeling is mutual,
I haven't even heard it mentioned.
It's pretty awesome to have a player who makes a play
that would normally send us over the edge
and yet we're all cool with it.
There's talk around here about looking at the bright side.
Some of us try to but find it a challenge,
a few of us seem to always see it. But for most of us
it looks like seeing it in last years 5th round pick needs no effort.
And then, there's the case of a particular 2nd round pick .....
all of a sudden I gotta hit the little boys room.