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Guide to Picking a New NFL Team

With the NFL season fast approaching, it’s time for St. Louis fans to pick a new NFL team to follow for the 2016-17 season. The Rams are gone along with their mustachioed head coach Jeff “7 and 9” Fisher and their mustachioed turd of a person owner.

Really it was a team that was the shell of the Greatest Show on Turf for the last 10 years. They’ve moved to L.A. to chase dreams of making it big. Only to find out no one in L.A. cares about a football team that once went 15-65 over 5 years. They already aren’t getting the ratings Rams preseason games would get in St. Louis.

There is good news though. You get to start fresh. No longer are you forced to deal with sub-mediocrity. You get the chance to pick a team to root for over the upcoming 16+ games. That’s right. 16 plus. You could finally have a team that’s relevant for more than 16 games. A team that doesn’t shatter all hopes by winning in overtime in week 1 then following it up by losing to Washington in week 2 and literally lighting their own field on fire in week 31.

We know this is a tough decision, and that’s why we’ve put together this helpful guide so you can pick a new team from the 28 teams left out there once you remove the Rams and the Cleveland Browns from contention. Because no one is willingly rooting for the Browns. Not even Lebron. Continue reading “Guide to Picking a New NFL Team”

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Preview: Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams – Bruce Arians Die Hard Edition

The Rams are set to kick off the 2013 season Sunday vs the Arizona Cardinals in St. louis. Buzz is high in St. Louis for the NFL’s youngest team, which got alot younger after losing Steven Jackson to the Falcons in the offseason and replacing him with second year player Daryl Richardson.

Meanwhile the Cardinals hired Bruce Arians to take over as their coach. Bruce is best known from his run as the interim coach for the Indianapolis Colts last season, and for playing the bomb tech in 1995’s Die Hard: With a Vengeance.

Bruce Arians Die Hard With a Vengeance

If there’s one thing we know about Bruce it’s that he’ll try his best to defuse a bomb, even if it turns out to just be syrup because the German soldier with a bone to pick wouldn’t blow up a school, he’s just in it for the money.

Below we’ve created a game to help you differentiate between Bruce Arians and that guy who defused the bomb in Die Hard: With a VengeancePick which are Bruce and which are Die Hard.

Trick question. They’re all Bruce.

On to the preview. Continue reading “Preview: Arizona Cardinals at St. Louis Rams – Bruce Arians Die Hard Edition”

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Cortland Finnegan Doesn’t Seem To Like Craig Dahl

I have no idea why the San Francisco 49ers signed Craig Dahl this past offseason. He’s the Aaron Miles of the St. Louis Rams, minus the redeeming bad-ass story about fighting off an armed burglar in a hostage situation.

My only thought is a drunken, post-Super Bowl John Harbaugh told 49ers GM Trent Baalke, “Dahl is the missing piece.” And Baalke who is either terrible at reading sarcasm or just terrified of this guy, signed Dahl as soon as he was available.

Well, it looks like the answer might be that Dahl was brought on solely to spill the Rams secrets, and Cortland Finnegan was none to pleased. Continue reading “Cortland Finnegan Doesn’t Seem To Like Craig Dahl”

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4 Big Games For The Rams in 2013-14

The NFL released team schedules for the 2013-14 season last Thursday, and rewarded the Rams’ most competitive season in recent memory with their first Monday night game since 2006. Which they lost to the Bears 42-27. The Rams get the Seattle Seahawks at home in this one, so let’s hope they can carry over their tough play against NFC West opponents.

Here’s 4 big games to watch in 2013-14. Continue reading “4 Big Games For The Rams in 2013-14”