Willie Springer, Fri, 27 Sep 2013 13:04:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Charlie Marlow fills in for Tim McKernan, the nicest guys in STL sports media though most are bitter, the Rams get spanked once again falling to 1-3, Jim thinks the Rams will eventually become competitive, some callers give their frustrated thoughts on the Rams, perhaps Sam Bradford really is not the guy to lead this even though he was a top overall pick and was paid a lot of money before taking a snap, the so-called new ‘weapons’ have not done much to show that they will be a big improvement comapred to past skilled players and Doug maybe thinks all hope is lost for the Rams
SEGMENT 2 – Joe Strauss: Not much to say about the Rams 35-11 loss, a suggestion that Johnny Manziel should be considered in the future, the perils of the media trying to get quality post game interviews, the various clubhouses and locker rooms playing explicit music and the inappropriate things that radio hosts may do when there are visitors at the station.
SEGMENT 3 – Ian Rappaport: A report on Sam Bradford possibly getting a new contract from the Rams came out on Thursday just before the team’s debacle of a game, the effect of Bradford having an old CBA contract, the ineffective play-calling from a national perspective, Doug being frustrated about not being entertained at the minimum by the Rams, more “sound card” issues, a lightening of the mood with “Ask Lawrence”.
SEGMENT 4 – Tyoka Jackson: More dismal football from the Rams, the worst offensive performances Tyoka has seen from the Rams in a while, cannot give up on what Coach Jeff Fisher is trying to do, still plenty of promise in young players that require some time, Sam Bradford can still be the guy for this franchise, stories of the day, thoughts on the lifestyle of James Bond, old names that your never hear anymore, Mike Lee does not think the Rams will make the Super Bowl, Doug discusses the Vaughn family’s long heritage in these United States of America and the use or non use of mothballs.
SEGMENT 5 – Cuts of the week and the email of the day.