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  • Hadez
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post

    Yeah, that LA vibe, especially The Chargers, is not ideal. I take LA to be a basketball/baseball haven, with football and hockey as lesser on the popularity scale.
    The hockey fans are rabid there is just not that many of them compared to Lakers/Dodgers.

    Football probably last in the city. Hopefully this year another playoff run garners more fans. IMO they should have tried to give LA a new team. Lot of hurt feelings over teams leaving.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by Hadez View Post

    LA is not as into football as other places. Yea they pretty excited about the Von Miller trade and direction of team. Just not as into it as other places.
    Yeah, that LA vibe, especially The Chargers, is not ideal. I take LA to be a basketball/baseball haven, with football and hockey as lesser on the popularity scale.

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  • Hadez
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post

    So is the Rams' fanbase quite positive these days? I would suspect they are. Good QB, excellent receivers, and RB. Aaron flippin Donald plus other good Dmen. Modern day coach. GM/Exec who are willing to go for it. Looks good to me.
    LA is not as into football as other places. Yea they pretty excited about the Von Miller trade and direction of team. Just not as into it as other places.

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  • simplistickhaos
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post

    So is the Rams' fanbase quite positive these days? I would suspect they are. Good QB, excellent receivers, and RB. Aaron flippin Donald plus other good Dmen. Modern day coach. GM/Exec who are willing to go for it. Looks good to me.
    Makes me so jealous.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by Hadez View Post

    I live in LA so I get a lot of news on the Rams without even trying. The amount of strategy and detail that goes into the football team is crazy. Wish they would spend a little more time on the stadium food but as long as they winning people will say it is all good.

    Can you imagine the posters here if Elway/Paton did to the Broncos draft picks what the Rams have done to theirs? Even at 1 loss there would be many posters just waiting for the moment to drop the fire hammer.
    So is the Rams' fanbase quite positive these days? I would suspect they are. Good QB, excellent receivers, and RB. Aaron flippin Donald plus other good Dmen. Modern day coach. GM/Exec who are willing to go for it. Looks good to me.

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  • Hadez
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post

    Yeah. I only grabbed a couple of stats to show that Miller was no slouch, and with a lesser talented team around him than in 2015. The Rams have positioned themselves to win it all this year, which was clearly demonstrated by their trade for Stafford. They are looking for the right pieces, and I suspect they are ok with overpaying a wee bit for the players they want. It makes sense to me. You don't have to over-negotiate if you get the player(s) you have selected, though I am sure they did not overpay much if at all. They have a plan, and so far it is working.
    I live in LA so I get a lot of news on the Rams without even trying. The amount of strategy and detail that goes into the football team is crazy. Wish they would spend a little more time on the stadium food but as long as they winning people will say it is all good.

    Can you imagine the posters here if Elway/Paton did to the Broncos draft picks what the Rams have done to theirs? Even at 1 loss there would be many posters just waiting for the moment to drop the fire hammer.

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  • Capt. Jack
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    Originally posted by RocketArm006 View Post

    I’m guessing he’s not too bummed about going to LA, playing in a new swanky stadium and competing for a ring.
    I would be very happy if I were him.

    Von is a great player, but it's time for him to move on to greener pastures.

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  • nickmeyer
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    Drafting Chubb is the reason Von is no longer here. Just my opinion for sure and alot of variable at play that could make my statement incorrect. But based on what we know I believe that to be true.

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  • nickmeyer
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    Originally posted by BroncoJef View Post
    3 years too late
    The only thing that is 3 years to late is the drafting of Bradley Chubb instead of Josh Allen.

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  • BroncoJef
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    3 years too late

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  • RocketArm006
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    Originally posted by Hadez View Post

    I do not know if he got a say like the poster said you qouted but if he had a say the Rams would have been on his list I would think. He gets to play with Donald on the front and Ramsey is still a play maker in the back. He definitely will not have to worry about the offense holding up their end for the first time since 2014. LA is going to enjoy his personality.
    Von Miller will suit the city of LA, for sure. He definitely has the swagger and fashion taste for tinsel town.

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  • CoryWinget81
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    Originally posted by nickmeyer View Post
    I've given it a day I just can not come to terms with this. I will be rooting for Von in LA but I can't get over it just can't. Other than Elway he is my Favorite Bronco of all time.
    It's all rigged anyway. Don't let it get you down too much.

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  • nickmeyer
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    I've given it a day I just can not come to terms with this. I will be rooting for Von in LA but I can't get over it just can't. Other than Elway he is my Favorite Bronco of all time.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by Hadez View Post

    According to reports Von was 5th in QB pressures in the NFL this year before he missed last week.

    Some only look at sacks but being an effective defender in the NFL is about more than just sacks. Even the past years when Von was playing and people were complaining he was not getting sacks multiple people broke down film and showed even when he was not getting sacks he was opening the door for other players to make plays with his pressures.

    There is a reason we got a 2nd and 3rd for Von. His age and recent injuries brought it down to a 2nd and 3rd...his play on the field has been solid.

    It will be very interesting to see how much he gets paid in the off season. I think it will be more the JJ Watt got. Unless Von decides to take a deal to play with a contender.
    Yeah. I only grabbed a couple of stats to show that Miller was no slouch, and with a lesser talented team around him than in 2015. The Rams have positioned themselves to win it all this year, which was clearly demonstrated by their trade for Stafford. They are looking for the right pieces, and I suspect they are ok with overpaying a wee bit for the players they want. It makes sense to me. You don't have to over-negotiate if you get the player(s) you have selected, though I am sure they did not overpay much if at all. They have a plan, and so far it is working.

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  • Hadez
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    Originally posted by RocketArm006 View Post

    I’m guessing he’s not too bummed about going to LA, playing in a new swanky stadium and competing for a ring.
    I do not know if he got a say like the poster said you qouted but if he had a say the Rams would have been on his list I would think. He gets to play with Donald on the front and Ramsey is still a play maker in the back. He definitely will not have to worry about the offense holding up their end for the first time since 2014. LA is going to enjoy his personality.

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