RB Steven Jackson’s 159 yards and two touchdowns led the Rams to a 31-21 upset victory over the Saints Sunday afternoon at Edward Jones Dome.
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By Elvina Brady on Oct 30, 2011 | Reply
That is alright Saints, if you had to loose glad it was the Rams as that game really didn’t mean anything they had nothing to loose so they pulled out all the plugs. Sorry to see the loss but next week we have Tampa again and they had a bye this week so they will be well rested and planning for us at home. Hope and Pray you have a better game then today. I have been a Saints fan all my life and this don’t change that. But I ask that you all seriously look at what happened today you know Tampa will so you will need to be prepared for much of the same. God Bless you Boys
By Greg on Oct 30, 2011 | Reply
There’s no excuse for what happened today…it’s that simple. I’m sorry boys…I love my Saints. But you guys laid a colossal stinkbomb today and the criticism you’re going to get this week is fair and deserved. My hope is that you all print off Saints’ facebook posts and/or other posts like the one I’m leaving here, plaster it all over Saints HQ walls this week, and use the fans’ anger and disappointment as motivation for next week against Tampa. Geaux Saints!
By Fran Aucoin on Oct 31, 2011 | Reply
My husband and I have been Saints fans ever since the first play of the first game in Tulane Stadium. I don’t recall ever being this disappointed since we all figured that you would win this game. But, more importantly, it is what you walk away with from this game that is important. Winners sometimes lose but what counts is what you do with the loss. You have the talent, expertise, professionalism, and experience that is necessary for a winning team. I don’t think there is another team in the NFL that is as diverse as the Saints are. Believe it… and it will happen. Tampa Bay will be ready and so will you!! We will be there cheering you on ….so make it happen!! We are counting on it!
By sonja on Oct 31, 2011 | Reply
Your filling our hearts with joy in 2009 has become a double edge blessing. Many fans are now spoil and expect you all never to lose a game. Your greatness has made teams better, like marksmen looking for their targets. The Rams knew to win, you have to stop a great quarterback, a great offense, and a great defense. life fell short yesterday and many lessons will flow from this game. Do not let anyone or anything get into your heads, stay cohensive for the best is yet to come. There were virtually no injuries on yesterday and your grace in the wake of defeat shine brightly. Who knows what God has in store for this beautifuk team; the season is not over ; you might just see another superbowl ring on your fingers. In closing, always remeber it is not how many wins you achieve, but how you play the game. You will always been winners in our eyes, for our love is much, much deeper than the rams.God Bless you and thank you forever boys!!!
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