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Postby JrcWy » Sat Sep 27, 2003 12:53 am

Lets see...RBBC is generally a bad move. Taking time away from Faulk is a bad move. Since it seems like a bad idea all around, I would be willing to bet the farm that Martz will do it. The guy is an &$^#ing Idiot!
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Postby zombiez » Sat Sep 27, 2003 11:45 am

hopefully the only controversy in St.Louis after this year is whether or not Martz has a job, he has ridden the coat tails long enough
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Postby Challie » Sat Sep 27, 2003 12:49 pm

Cambodian wrote:sorry to sound un-intellegent, but what's RBBC or QBBC? Thanks guys!!


For the record Cambodian, RBBC = Running Back By Committee, QBBC = Quarterback By Committee.

There's never shame in asking - I normally don't love acronyms, but RBBC is a perfect four-letter description for what is becoming a very much too familiar concept in the NFL these days.
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Postby awwchrist » Sat Sep 27, 2003 1:41 pm

Those who are unwilling to change are only left behind.

Look it up. Faulk's missed 2 games a year for half a decade now. In the last 11 games he's had ZERO 100 yard games.

Blame his issues, on the offensive line, the offense, the coach, his injuries, motivation, who freaking cares what it is.

End all be all if Gordon steps in and scores 2 TDs and a 100 yards, I guarentee you management will go with whats best. It may take them forever and a day, but hell If they will bench their NFL MVP so they can be competative, well then why in the hell wouldnt they bench the other NFL MVP?

The same conditions and rules apply to both Warner AND Faulk. Expect them to be treated the same.
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Postby brdmaverick » Sat Sep 27, 2003 2:35 pm

culboarder wrote:
brdmaverick wrote:well, after Martz went with Warner even when Bulger clearly outplayed him, I would think that he would do the same with a Faulk/Gordon situation.


you cant compare Marshall Faulk to a guy like Warner, that is like an insult.....faulk is way better than that. and he still is the RAms best player and theres no way gordon will overtake him.


don't worry, I predicted that Martz would go back to Faulk.

And why aren't Faulk and Warner comparable? Warner is a two time MVP.
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