Reactions to the St. Louis Rams 27-23 last-minute loss to the Detroit Lions span the range of emotions. There were those pleased that this was not the same collapse-prone team that marked the Spagnuolo era as well as those understandably upset with losing a game they should have had in hand.
A roundup of the different reactions after the jump.
Torry Holt saw progress.
He could have creamed Sam. Good game guys. Back to the drawing board. Safe travels to the Lou.#Rams— Torry Holt (@BigGame81) September 9, 2012
Michael Brockers, who watched in his street clothes while recovering from an ankle injury saw the positive.
Disappointing lose but we played like champs and it's a long season #Rams—Michael Brockers (@MichaelBrockers) September 9, 2012
Jo-Lonn Dunbar, who had a big game that included an interception, promised better things to come.
I promise you this much, I like this team. Let's make corrections & get better. #Rams— Jo-lonn Dunbar (@JoLonnDunbar) September 9, 2012
Tough loss. One week at a time tho ....gotta keep learning, grinding, pushing. #Back2workMonday— Rokevious Watkins(@Rok_Watkins) September 9, 2012
We showed maturity and growth today as a young team. Only way to go from here is up. #Rams— Terrance Ganaway (@RepChrist24) September 9, 2012
Tough lost, lets continue to get better.. This our year.. #Back2workMonday #RamsNation— J.Jenkz (@JjenkzLockdown) September 9, 2012
Gotta love adult fans trying to mock u as u leave their city on a bus #growuppeterpan— Mike McNeill (@Mike_McNeill82) September 9, 2012
Tough loss today. Ready to get back to work! We’ll be fine #RamsNation— Chris Givens (@CG1three) September 9, 2012
The Tweet of the game goes to Bernie Miklasz, who said this:
For the people saying "Same Old Rams" -- you're better and smarter than that.— Bernie Miklasz (@miklasz) September 9, 2012