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The Armani Archetype: Rams to Play on Sunday Night Football!

Rams/Seahawks Game Moved to Sunday Night
Chrstina Armani
12/27/2010

It has been a long time since the Rams have played in prime time. I'm sure that all Rams fans who don't live on the west coast or have a sports package such as myself are thrilled for the chance to watch the game. The last time the Rams played in prime time it was a Monday Night Football loss against the Bears. It was a disheartening game to watch but now the Rams have a chance to redeem themmselves.

All of America will be watching the Rams and their first draft pick Sam Bradford fight for their chance to go to the playoffs. Rookie quarterback Joe Flacco is the only quarterback to go to the playoffs his first year, at least so far. If Sam Bradford does it this will be the first time a first pick quarterback will go and it will be done in prime time.

The Rams have not beaten the Seahawks on the road in several years. However, this time it's for all the marbles. The St Louis Rams are hungry for the playoffs and riding high on the wave of a big win. The Seattle Seahawks are coming off a loss and are aware of the fact that they have lost three games in a row.

If the Seattle Seahawks are going to beat the St Louis Rams, it's most likely going to have to be without Matt Hasselbeck. The team however is embarrased at the prospect of going to the playoffs with a 7-7 record. The Seattle Seahawks have had 9loses and all of them have been by at least 15 points. The St Louis Rams have had only 8 losses and a lot of them have been by only a few points, one game by only a single point. The Rams clearly have the morale to win but can they handle the pressure? This fan truly believes they can. Tune in Sunday night to find out!

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