We’re not exactly thrilled about it, Aqib. Still, good to hear that the Rams’ star CB is itching to get back on the field.
Let’s hope Peters is mic’d up on Monday night, as he’ll surely have some choice words for his former teammates and coaches. It will only be all in fun if Peters finds a way to turn his game around.
Chiefs disappointed, but unfazed by move of Monday’s game to Los Angeles | Arrowhead Pride
In other words: Chiefs disappointed, and incredibly distracted and frustrated by move of Monday’s game to Los Angeles. Also, what kind of a name is Arrowhead Pride? It’s almost like they named their blog after a surface their team no longer plays on or something.
I’m sensing a recurring theme here from the KC press: “No. Our beloved Chiefs are not at all concerned with where the game is played, even though they were basically getting to play the best team in football on a neutral field, but now they’re not. It doesn’t bother them at all, ok?”
You know what they say about imitation and flattery. Say what you will about Andy Reid, he’s always been able to score a lot of points.
Daily Dose: Comparing the Rams and Chiefs | Rams Official
A statistical breakdown of Monday night’s combatants. The comparisons are remarkable.
More in the numbers department from Cam DaSilva and crew. Both offenses are operating at an unheard of clip. Something’s got to give.
As word of the game’s relocation spread, many Rams fans were concerned/angry/annoyed that they’d lose every penny of their airfare, hotels, etc. Good to hear some of the airlines are stepping up.
For oddsmakers, Rams’ home-field advantage is worth one measly point | Pro Football Talk
Sad but true, the Coliseum is not the most daunting place for opposing teams to come and play. Hopefully, the venue change won’t allow quite as many road fans to secure tickets and that 1 point advantage means 10 come Monday night.
Remember when Austin Blythe was just this guy we picked up off of the Colts’ practice squad who looked OK when he backed up John Sullivan? Incredible streak for these two Rams offensive linemen.
He’s a gangsta. What else is there to say?
Andy Reid doesn’t have much to say about Marcus Peters trade | Pro Football Talk
Pretty sure he’ll say plenty when he targets Peters 30 times on Monday night.