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Old 05-01-2016, 10:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Big-Bucks View Post
The Rams bet the farm with this trade up. If it doesn't pan out with Goff then the Rams will be paying for this pick for years.
And Titans did a great job in the draft. Got a cornerstone lineman to protect Mariota and got a franchise running back. As a Patriots fan I can tell you its better to have a lot of picks than have the #1 pick. You can't win with one player and the Rams have a lot of holes to fill. Trading your draft for one player rarely works out, ask Mike Ditka
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Old 05-01-2016, 10:57 AM
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Originally Posted by New Horizons View Post
How the heck do these drafts work anyway? Do they acquire these players by trading their current players, or offering a high salary? There is so much I don't know, in life in general.
These are college players that are being drafted into the NFL.
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Old 07-13-2016, 01:48 PM
Location: California
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Originally Posted by The Illusive Man View Post
I can't wait for single game tickets to go on sale. So pumped!
The Rams just announced they are sold out of season tickets sales. They sold over 70,000 season tickets, they have allowed for some single game tickets to be sold and will soon announce how we can purchase those tickets.

I think Stan Kroenke made a very smart business decision to move the Rams back to Los Angeles.
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Old 07-13-2016, 03:00 PM
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Love seeing the enthusiasm for their return. One thought....the Coliseum holds 93,000 people for football. If the single game seats are up in the nosebleed section.... bring your binoculars. It's like being in a different zip code from the field.
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