I'm better than Mulli!
- Sep 16, 2002
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Or maybe they have and from what they’ve seen (if only watching Rams games) they’re justified as Murray has thrown for less than 190 yards in 3 of 4 games against the Rams. We all know he’s better, but if I were a Rams fan I’d be in the “prove you’re better than what you’ve shown against us” camp.Welcome.
I think that until the Cardinals break through and beat a McVay coached team, we should all expect a loss.
The Rams hadn't added Stafford, I'd say the Cardinals should win the game. Stafford has exceeded all expectations, so I expect the Rams to win by 10+.
I've read what the fans over at Rams On Demand are saying, and its clear none of them have really watched much of Murray. He's grown tremendously since he was drafted and has gotten alot better than he was last year. He is so much better at staying in the pocket and stepping into throws. Hes also barely running now.
You might notice that Hopkins numbers are down, but this is a function of the Cardinals legitimately having four good WRs to catch the ball. Kirk has been tremendous from the slot, Green is making Green type plays, and Rondale Moore looks like a future star.
I'm concerned with the OL health, but the backups played pretty well last week. The running game has been only OK.
On defense look out for Isaiah Simmons. Hes really come on and played pretty well at LB. Watt hasn't made many stat sheet plays, but his impact is obvious when you watch. Byron Murphy has stepped up this year and looks like a top corner. Rookie Marco Wilson looks like he can be a good CB too. And the Safety tandem of Baker and Jalen Thompson are really good.
Honestly when I looked over the depth of the Rams roster, I think the Cardinals are better at quite a few positions, but the difference is that Donald is just so dominant that he makes the Rams around him better.