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 Post subject: St Louis now copying Seattle
 Post Posted: Fri May 24, 2013 9:37 am 
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Took a defensive lineman and converting him to oline. The interesting thing, he's 6'10" 403 pounds!

Great video of him on Ole Miss sidelines working out as a trash compactor.

http://ftw.usatoday.com/2013/05/st-louis-rams-rookie-terrell-brown-403-pounds/

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6'10" and 403 pounds? Holy ****!

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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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Well, we've had "The Refrigerator" so I guess that makes this guy the "Walk-in Cooler"?

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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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God Damn shame, all that height and he's playing scrub for an NFL team.

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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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Copying Seattle? Imitation is the best form of flattery :D


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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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Guess what their motto is?

Bigger, faster, stronger.

Now where have we heard that. Fisher is a great coach but he's not very original.


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Rams fans aren't going to give a flying rat-crap if Fisher isn't original, as long as he's successful.

Regarding Andre the Guard, I'm skeptical of him ever turning into anything... but if Fisher pulls it off, he'll be a legend in St Louis.

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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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Uh... 6'10", 403 pounds?

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The whole point of the DT/G conversion to is to tap into pure athleticism (DLs tend to be more athletic by a good margin).

Seriously, I'm not as worried about the Rams as most people are. I think they will be an annoying 3rd place team that will steal a win here and there, not much else.


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Took a defensive lineman and converting him to oline. The interesting thing, he's 6'10" 403 pounds!

Great video of him on Ole Miss sidelines working out as a trash compactor.

http://ftw.usatoday.com/2013/05/st-louis-rams-rookie-terrell-brown-403-pounds/


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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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Man that's a big dude.

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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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STL copied us. We copied Chris Bell's documentary Bigger, Faster, Stronger. Chris Bell copied Kanye West's Grammy winning song, Stronger. Kanye West copied the Daft Punk song Harder, Better, Faster. So on and so forth. In the end, we're all just copying the blues or Mozart or cavemen or whatever else.


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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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Well obviously what ever the Rams were attempting to do for the last 12 years hasn't been working.

So why not pick a team to copy that was pretty good for a bunch of years, then bad for a couple years and then back to pretty good and on the verge of really good in the same time frame that your team has been languishing in.

Side note: Funny, if this thread had anything to do with the 9ers copying the hawks there'd already be 6 pages of niner fans responding... Ram's fans?? ....Crickets.

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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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Dren wrote:
Copying Seattle? Imitation is the best form of flattery :D



He's had that philosophy since he was in Tenn.
That's like.....oh 17 years.

I don't think he's copying anyone. :)


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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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Rambitious wrote:
Dren wrote:
Copying Seattle? Imitation is the best form of flattery :D



He's had that philosophy since he was in Tenn.
That's like.....oh 17 years.

I don't think he's copying anyone. :)


Kinda agree here. Lots of examples of D-Line/O-Line conversions. Niners converted college DE Bruce Miller to Fullback. They converted your own DRob from QB to FB.

Niners didn't invent it either...happens all the time.


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Marvin49 wrote:
Rambitious wrote:
Dren wrote:
Copying Seattle? Imitation is the best form of flattery :D



He's had that philosophy since he was in Tenn.
That's like.....oh 17 years.

I don't think he's copying anyone. :)


Kinda agree here. Lots of examples of D-Line/O-Line conversions. Niners converted college DE Bruce Miller to Fullback. They converted your own DRob from QB to FB.

Niners didn't invent it either...happens all the time.


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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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I think he will too tall to actually succeed but it doesn't hurt to take a flyer on him.

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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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XxxZagnutxxX wrote:
Marvin49 wrote:
Rambitious wrote:

He's had that philosophy since he was in Tenn.
That's like.....oh 17 years.

I don't think he's copying anyone. :)


Kinda agree here. Lots of examples of D-Line/O-Line conversions. Niners converted college DE Bruce Miller to Fullback. They converted your own DRob from QB to FB.

Niners didn't invent it either...happens all the time.


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 Post subject: Re: St Louis now copying Seattle
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KCHawkGirl wrote:
I think he will too tall to actually succeed but it doesn't hurt to take a flyer on him.



So true.


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