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Stay classy, Jared Cook.
You’ll often find that by going off of the strength of schedules for the first five weeks of the season, you can get a good jump on the rest of your league. By knowing which players are set up for slow starts, and which ones should have easy starts to the season, you’ll be ahead of the trade game also.
Welcome to “This Is Totally Your Year,” our overly optimistic preview of the 2014-15 NFL season for all 32 teams. We’ve broken down why every team — yes, even your team (and yes, even your team, Rams fans) — will win it all this year. We’ll also give some reasons for pessimism and even estimate an actual season prediction. Next up: Speak of the devil … the St. Louis Rams.
Already leading the Rams’ defense in sacks heading into the team’s fourth and final exhibition game, Michael Sam continued to build on an eye-opening preseason by recording a team-high six tackles (five solo) against the Dolphins last night.
Michael Sam may not make the St. Louis Rams roster. Where will the first openly gay NFL player end up?
Those kookie folks over at the Westboro Baptist Church are at it again. This time, they’re directing their efforts toward the death of unarmed black teen, Michael Brown, who was shot and killed because a guy barely on the Rams’ roster has a boyfriend. This science. No arguing.
A couple months ago, just after the NFL Draft, Tony Dungy was asked by a Tampa sports reporter about Michael Sam, who was the first openly gay player drafted into the NFL. “I wouldn’t have taken him,” Dungy, said.
Why I Don’t Have A Problem With Michael Sam’s Oprah Documentary (Or How He Withheld The News Until After The Draft)
Everybody just shut the hell up about this Mike Sam-Oprah documentary thing. It’s not a big deal, and complaining about won’t make anyone want to film your life any more than they already don’t.