The Rams rammed it to the Chiefs Saturday at the Dome giving The Stache his first victory as Rams’ head coach. A stunning 17-31 win. Yes, it’s just preseason and yes it technically doesn’t count. But as with most things, it still matters.
It matters because the team made progress since week 1. It matters because it shows there is life in this reincarnation of their beloved team. It matters because this gives fans hope.
(I love modern technology – until it decides to fail on me. I have family visiting for a week so I couldn’t watch the Rams game live. Next best thing was to record it and view later. Ah, even the best laid plans sometimes…)
I don’t want to write something I didn’t see myself but since you guys shouldn’t have togo without because my DVR pooped out on me, here are a few game recaps from last night. My favorite one being first up right here.
Too bad it didn’t count: Rams dominate Chiefs in preseason home opener
To quote Sam Bradford, “Wow.” That was his response to Danny Amendola’s highlight-reel-worthy one-handed, no-look touchdown catch that put the Rams up 14-0. But it may as well extend to the whole game, a 180-degree turnaround from last week and one of those rare football days when every single thing seems to go right.
Last week’s Rams fan mantra, “It’s only the preseason, it’s only the preseason,” might fall on a few deaf ears tonight in the wake of a manful 31-17 tuneup of the Kansas City Chiefs. Everything clicked for Jeff Fisher’s team tonight, from start to finish, from first string to third, from Sam Bradford’s first pass (an absolute beauty) to the rarely-seen victory formation.
It’s only the preseason. … Read more at Ramsherd.com >>>>