Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 49: Think About the Future

Mike and Anthony praise the 2013 draft class and argue about cutting the injured Jake Long. Jon narrates the nuances of flying with a baby and gives Austin Pettis tweet of the week honors.

Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 48: Who Dat?

Mike and Anthony compare Rodger Saffold to Robert Gallery and argue against the idea that Janoris Jenkins is regressing. Patrick reminds Jason Whitlock that the Rams have the Redskins’ first-round pick and Jon fights through baby puke to serve up several tweet of the week options.

Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 47: Play Through the Whistle

Mike and Anthony ask the officials to pocket their whistles and plead for an all-youth movement for the remainder of the season. Jon confuses Anthony with questions about his impending wedding and the random scheduling of podcast episodes.

Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 46: Cash Money Cry-Baby

Mike and Anthony recap the Rams loss to the 49ers and look ahead to the rematch against against the Cardinals. Patrick locks on to the 49ers at home against the Seahawks. Jon hates on movie marketing, Drake, and the lack of innovation in Olympic figure skating.

Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 45: All Leather Everythang

Mike and Anthony recap the Rams blowout victory over the Bears and look ahead to the rematch against against the 49ers. Patrick vents his frustration over Brockers roughing-the-passer penalty and Jon is perplexed by both Chase Daniels’s business savvy and Kendall Langford’s all leather ensemble.

fun with special teams

jonny hekker having fun around rams compound.

Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 43: Bizarro Rams

Mike and Anthony interrupt their bye-week vacation to talk about the Rams’ greatest performance in years.

Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 42: Colts, Quarterbacks, and Baby-Faced Bullies

Mike and Anthony review the Titans game and preview the Colts game with Chris Price from Jon delves into the dysfunctional Miami Dolphins locker room. Patrick puts his faith in the Broncos and Carl breaks down the 2014 QB draft class.

Rams Addiction Podcast, Episode 41: Lonely at the Lunch Table

Jonathan Martin sucks so bad at playing football that he got stuck sitting at the loser’s table during lunch. This made him sad, so he ran away. Also, the Rams played the Seahawks, they’re going to play the Titans, Patrick makes his picks, and Mike and Anthony talk about the future of the QB position for the Rams.

Larry Fitzgerald on trading block?

Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted Sunday that "Larry Fitzgerald will be in play this off-season, in likely event a deal not completed before Tuesday’s trade deadline." The 3-4 Cardinals would be waving an early white flag by dealing their franchise player prior to the Oct. 29 deadline, but Fitzgerald’s numbers continue to suffer at the hands of a shoddy line and QB play in the desert.

Fitzgerald also has five more seasons left on the eight-year, $128.5 million deal he signed in 2011. Even though he finished shy of 800 yards receiving last season and is sitting on a sub-1,000-yard pace in 2013, Fitzgerald could draw a substantial return package for the Cardinals. That possibility may be especially intriguing ahead of the 2014 draft, which features a bevy of potential star quarterbacks — a position of great need for the Cardinals for multiple seasons now.

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