What's going on, SportsCastr? It's me and my boy Ray route today talking about Monday night Football.
Ray, what do you think about last night's football game? And I just wanted to get your thoughts in there.
You weren't here for this morning stream.
I wanted to give you your five minutes of, you know, Lawrence set us up.
I gotta go on my soapbox before we start this game.
Before I get into this thing I need I have something I need to say.
I didn't warn you before, but I have something I need to say.
Are you ready for some football? Thank you.
Um, Dude, I am so happy I stayed awake last night, as I was telling you before we went on air.
Um, I was ready to go to bed when I was 27.
14. Man, I was like, This game's over.
Um, Seattle is going to just run all over them.
We did our pre game last night, and we talked about all the different ways that Arizona could win the game that we both turned around and said, But Seattle's gonna win, and they're still gonna be undefeated.
Yeah, I mean, Dude, there's so many players on each side of the ball that I could talk about.
First of all, I'd like to thank Mr Lockett, who got me 50 fantasy points last night and made me win my week because it was tight going into last night's game and he just blew it out of the water.
Metcalf could play safety cornerback, receiver, tight end, you know, try, you know, put him on the offensive line, put him on the defensive line, have him throw the football because I think that that free could do anything he wanted on the football field.
And every team in the league should be ashamed of themselves that they had an opportunity to draft him and they didn't.
And, um, you know, and the Patriots have McKeel Harry.
But, you know, And what about Kyler? Murray man? Just to keep his head in a game like that and Thio to be able to stay composed.
I mean, the Arizona defense did some special things last night in that second half, and and and over time, I mean, we were talking about the interceptions that they were just they were they were placed.
That wasn't Russell Wilson screwing up like those were big boys making Big boy plays.
Just guys, if you like football, that was a football game last night.
Um, Lawrence, I'll say the first half.
I wasn't very interested because it just looked like a, you know, a Seattle blowout.
But here's what I do want to say, Lawrence.
Each and every week since Week two, when the Patriots almost came back on Seattle.
What have I said to you guys on SportsCastr News? How long is this sustainable? Because every week Seattle seemed to survive outside of the Atlanta win.
I never turned around and said, Hey, Seattle won that game.
Maybe you could say Minnesota because they came back.
But they survived the Patriots.
Dallas, you know.
They were one yard away from losing to the Patriots.
They were 30 yards away from losing to Dallas.
They were, you know, minutes away from losing their seconds away from losing to Minnesota.
They survived every game, and I said at some point they're gonna run into a team that's not gonna let them survive.
And what we saw to Seattle last night is what we've seen out of them strong starts, they look unstoppable.
And the other team doesn't just, like, come back with a vengeance and a fury.
Every team has been the same.
It's a slow, steady climb back into the game.
And I think it was.
I think Arizona made of what, 24 17 with seconds left in the first half, Right? And remember, uh, the announcer's going, Oh, that was a big, you know.
There was a big one to keep them in this game, and I kind of went, No, it's not Seattle just gonna come out and they're gonna score And it's, you know, whatever.
And then I was like, at the end of the game, I was like, ****, that was a big field goal, you know, Like that was a big field goal.
Good for Kyler Murray to get his team in that position.
And, you know, for Seattle it's like, Listen this.
I know you didn't have Jamal Adams.
I know that you were missing, you know, a key player.
But this is the bed that you guys have made all season, and at some point it was going to come back toe, toe bite you and my hope is that Pete Carroll was talking to them prior to this game Going, guys, we need to finish football games because we're not last minute stands is not finishing a football game.
That's your defense coming through for you.
Um, you wouldn't They have Jamal Adams this game to help with that, and they didn't finish last night.
They could have finished it in overtime and didn't, um, well, both teams had opportunities to win in overtime.
As we said, we thought, perhaps this game goes to a tie at the end of the day.
Arizona, uh, gets it at the end, and I mean, a well deserved win.
And if I'm Seattle, you know, if you weren't asking questions before this game, I hope you're asking questions now because I talked about it.
It was unsustainable when I thought what I thought I saw.
After reminiscing after the second half of the game was at halftime, both teams went in the locker room and in the quarterback switch helmets and then came out because in the second half, Kyler Murray looked like Russell Wilson.
But has that not been the Seattle Seahawks all season like It's just a flip of the script every game and again, it's just not sustainable.
And it finally caught up to them now is Are they going Thio lose Mawr games this year? Maybe.
Are they still gonna be one of the better teams in the league? Probably is Russell Wilson's M V P Votes or M V P. You know, fight.
Is that in jeopardy now? Well, Lawrence, you made an interesting point off the air.
Maybe you wanna talk about it, but his passer rating? Well, why don't you talk about his passer rating? I'll give it to you.
It's your You're the one who figured it out.
Yeah, So if you go back and look at his passer rating from Week one until now, Russell Wilson's passer rating has dropped significantly every week in consecutive weeks, dropped from starting out like 1 47 passer rating and has dropped steadily until last night.
He was in the eighties, so I mean, it kind of brings in the question.
Yeah, Week four, we were thinking undeniable m v p of the season.
But if he continues on the route that he's going right now, the trajectory I'm gonna start throwing votes towards uh, like Ryan Tannehill, who, even in a losing game, he played outstanding.
You know, throwing votes out toe Aaron Rodgers, who's out there still just playing his butt off.
He had one bad game this year.
Well, and I'll throw another guy's name out who I'm bitter with, an angry at and hope nothing good happens to him.
But Tom Brady started this season out slow, and he is just steadily getting stronger and stronger, as we predicted.
We talked about slow starts and get stronger and stronger in the last two games.
I mean, they have looked.
He in that offense, have looked dynamite, and it's not just because of his receivers.
He's throwing dimes out there, um, and getting a guy like Rob Gronkowski, who's old and slow now involved in the game and getting touchdowns and starting to use his players.
Um, he could be in that conversation for MVP now because he's gonna done the opposite of Russell Wilson, who started out like a bat out of hell and then it suddenly slowing down.
All of a sudden, Tom Brady is starting that study build and yeah, Russell went from unanimous I think all of us said yes.
We all sat on on a Sunday morning and said, M v p, we got Adam involved.
Now we're sitting here on Monday Night Football of weeks.
Seven going Maybe not, You know, there.
I mean, there's Ben Roethlisberger not being the conversation right now with the way he's playing in Pittsburgh because they are finishing out games.
You know, I was in the Tennessee game, was the game.
They survived, and you're gonna have that.
But the other games I thought they won.
So it's ah, you know, Yeah.
Russell needs to start finishing games offensively and needs to stop falling asleep in that second half.
So I got a question.
Uh, they were down three.
Buddha Baker just got this 90 yard interception return that was tackled.
It's first and goal right inside the 10 yard line.
Three shots got close to the goal line.
It's like fourth and goal a few yards left.
You're only down three points.
Do you go forward or you kick the first Your field goal.
You know, you kick the first field goal, especially at that point of the game.
It's not like the game was almost over when they went for it. Exactly.
That's my thought process to So why would the head coach go for it when ah field goal would tie the ball game up and legitimately, uh, changed the dynamic of the game from that point on? Because I think a touchdown and taking the lead changes it. Even Mawr.
I think they felt the mo mentum.
There was a lot of momentum coming off of that interception.
You were starting to see Arizona get into the game at that point.
Right? Um and I think that Ah, the hell's his name, Cliff.
Very creates clings.
Did you know he was drafted by the Patriots? No, I did not.
He waas um Queensberry.
I think he saw that as I believe in my team.
Andi, I'm gonna I'm gonna try to go for the touchdown.
I didn't like it with such if if I had the Indianapolis Colts offensive line, I'm probably considering that.
Play Arizona's offensive line? No, you know what I mean? Um, there's a reason the run game, which I think it's still like a top 10 but hasn't looked explosive.
There's a reason that Kyler Murray makes thes really sort of like Russell Wilson.
Like throws like and he made one last night where? I mean, he bought himself, like, seven seconds and then pass that ball down the field.
But he used to do that the same reason Russell Wilson has to do that because they're running for their life.
Right? Um, so with that offensive line at that point of the game on Lee being down by three No, I'm kicking the field goal, tying it up and and seeing what happens from there Oh, yeah, I feel you Exactly.
You were talking about mo mentum ships, but going down that far and not getting any points out of it at all runs the risk of of having a very negative mo mentum shift you could shift to right back to Seattle.
I mean, as a fan.
So you know Lawrence? A few years ago, a study came out that said that fans of like, of a sporting event, we'll have the same adrenaline rush and same heart rate as a player on the field.
That's what I was saying.
Like we go through the same adrenaline, same emotion as a fan on the field.
I don't think there's a play in football that gets me more jacked up than 1/4 down stop.
You know, like a £4 stand and a tight game on a goal line.
There's nothing that gets me more pumped up than that.
And if I'm feeling the same Momenta HMAS players, you know, that's the type of play that could.
You know that that that can change a game.
And it's funny, because if they get the touchdown, we're having a different conversation.
We're even though we both think we would have done it.
We probably wouldn't have talked about how we would have done it.
We're talking about, like, what? A call, you know? And I would have sided interview Lawrence.
They had the momentum.
You got Kyler Murray back there.
You got Kenyan Drake? Yeah, You go for it.
You know, uh, it's like Ron Rivera going for the win instead of the tie against the Giants.
You know what I mean? Um, it's at and you know, and I wonder if Rivera looks back at that game now realizing, you know, we just beat Dallas.
My gosh, we have, Ah, a chance to win the NFC East if he regrets that call.
But, Oh, by the way, can we give a shoutout to Ron Rivera since we're on him? I don't know if everybody saw his Twitter page today, but he rang the bell.
His chemo is finished.
Eso Hopefully, we're gonna get some good news about Rivera very shortly.
So I just, you know, a prayers on Rivera.
And I was happy to see that today, but yeah, no, it's it's plays that will question because they haven't worked.
And that's like two and two weeks, You know, those fourth down calls that haven't worked.
And, you know, I wonder if if teams will start and but claims Barry, there's always been a little bit aggressive, so it wasn't out of his character to do this either.
All right, so we've spent about 13 minutes talking about yesterday's game, and I think since the title right up here says Monday Night Football, perhaps we should get to the actual game that's coming down tonight.
And what a game do we have? We haven't had a serious good Monday night football game in a couple weeks.
Really? In my opinion now the Bears Rams two Great defense is the Bears offense over the last two weeks has looked much improved than what it was.
Um, week four weeks.
Uh, what are your thoughts going into this game? You know what, Lawrence on first glance without looking at stats without looking at tape with Just Here's my memory of what I've seen out of both these teams.
I would have sat here and said that the L A Rams are the much better team.
Well, Lawrence, the statistics kind of tell you that there's a much better team because they beat both offensively and defensively are better than the Buffalo or than the Chicago Bears in every single category except for third down defense.
Chicago is second in the league and L.
A s sixth, and that's the Onley statistical point that they're better.
Um, then the I mean offensively.
The Rams air 10th in the league in yards their 19th league in points, their 15th, and passed 10th in Russia offensively for Chicago, 29 24th, 29 27 27th.
We know the Chicago Bears or not are not a good offensive team, but their defense has been able to stop some pretty good defense or some pretty good offenses.
The issue is they're running into one of the better offenses and better defense is in the NFL.
And I just think that the Rams have too much that it's gonna overwhelm Chicago because the defense isn't gonna be able to do enough because your offense, I don't think it's gonna able to score on this Rams team.
This could be a game warrants where I don't see a touchdown come out of Chicago.
Hmm, That's interesting.
That that is interesting.
I have a thing where? I don't think first off, this is a game.
I think it's gonna be a complete mirror image of what we saw last night.
I think this is This is gonna be one of those very low scoring.
Neither team's gonna hit 20 points, you know, um, and there's a reason for this.
Yes, the Rams have a very high powered offense, but the Bears defense, maybe the best in the NFL at getting after the quarterback.
And if there's one thing that the worst thing that Jared Goff is in the NFL is throwing under pressure.
He is just when the pressure is on, whether it's spotlight because of you know, Monday Night Football or Thursday Night Football.
He generally folds when, when, when he's under pressure from, you know, defense is, he seems toe pulled a lot, and I think that's a combination.
We gotta really kind of keep an eye out on because golf is gonna have.
This is his chance, this game right here to prove not only to me, but I would say, Ah, lot of NFL ****ysts that under the spotlight against a good defense that he could go out and perform Justus Good if he would, as if this was a one o'clock game against the Browns.
Yes, and now here's so here's my argument to that.
Okay, fair enough.
This is a spotlight game, right? He's already performed admirably in a spotlight game right when he faced off against when he beat the Dallas Cowboys on the first.
I think Monday night or the of the year right? But Dallas Cowboys before last night's game, And when we talk about M v p conversations, you want to talk about a guy who is quietly being ignored Before last night's game, Jared Goff has a had a better completion percentage.
Mawr yards than Russell Wilson.
10 touchdowns on Russell Wilson's 19 is freakish, but 10 touchdowns on Lee one Mawr interception than Russell Wilson.
Jared Goff is quietly having an outstanding year.
He's gonna wanna one quarterback rating on the season.
You know he's averages 261 passing yards per game, which was more than Russell Wilson was averaging per game.
I don't know what it looks like after last night because last night's numbers are always gonna be inflated.
But I also want to say that I saw Jared Goff come back on.
One of the better defense is in the league with the Buffalo Bills, a game that L A should have.
One should have won.
And I to this day, I'll say, got screwed by a bad pass interference called questionable, I guess.
But, yeah, tonight's gonna be under the lights, but we've seen him in situations under lights.
We saw him outduel Patrick Mahomes in an absolute you know what some people say is one of the best games of football ever.
You and I enjoy defense.
So it wasn't the greatest game for us to watch what people love offense.
And he went toe to toe with Pat Mahomes and beat him.
Um, I think that Jared Goff gets underrated a little bit.
And, um, you know, when I compare him to Nick Foles and you asked me who would I rather have on my team? I mean, I'm gonna want Jared Goff.
I'd give up my left arm if I have.
If I had to, you know, if it was, take Nick Foles and receive a million dollars.
Or give us your left arm and take Jared Goff.
I'd say, you know, get the bone side.
Uh, just so everybody can have that visual in their head.
But I do agree he struggles under pressure, but I think that this offense to is just There's no superstars on this Rams offense.
That's the whole thing, But they seem to play so cohesively.
Um, that it's, um I don't know, man.
I feel good about Jared Goff going into this game even against what is Yeah, a great defense.
Um, I don't know.
You say no superstars.
There's times when Cooper Cup is like, seemingly unstoppable when he's on the field.
But he's going up against a very good secondary in Chicago, too.
So you know that's gonna be a good matchup with Robert Woods and Cooper Cup against guys like Jaylin Johnson, Eddie Jackson, uh, Kyle Fuller that, you know.
I mean, they got a good, good secondary and Higbee is out of this game, their their their top tight end.
So it'll be upto Gerald Everett.
Yeah, but the thing with Cooper Cup again? Yes, he can look like a superstar, but I think that a lot of that very much like Julian Edelman had success in New England.
It was the complimentary pieces around him that made element better.
And we're starting to see Julian Edelman struggle really hard to get separation when there's no complimentary pieces around him.
I think Cooper Cup, um, I believe that he is benefit.
Not that he's not a good player. Rams fans.
I know there's not many of you but chill, Um, but he is further enhanced by the people around him.
Let's also not forget that the Rams of the 10th best running offense in the league as well so they have.
And they're the 15th best passing offense, a top 10 in the top 15.
When you can combine those two things offensively, there's a lot that you could do and play action that I've watched three Rams games this year.
Play action is a big part of their game, and my thing with the clear maximum of the world that they're trying to go really hard and get pressure.
You could see them get beat on play action a few times because they come hard.
They Conover pursue routes.
Um, and if they get fooled on play action, you might see that whole front seven in no man's Land and, uh, and and big Down the middle passes by Jared Goff.
That being said, if there's one man who steps up in prime time football, it's Nick Fall or it's Nick Foles.
Is it not? Yeah, like, is that not the guy who put him on on one oclock on Sunday? He's Nick Foles put him on a primetime game or a Super Bowl or a playoff game, and he is Nick Effin folds.
It looks like Joe Montana, you know, two completely different players.
And so I mean, if he looks like that tonight, then yeah, then with that defense in Chicago, then we could see a similar game last night.
Perhaps perhaps it's a high scoring game.
You know what I thought could be a low scoring game? Perhaps it turns into a shootout because Nick Foles forces it.
It's gonna be interesting.
It's gonna be a good game.
This is, I think, the first time we've had a good Sunday and a good Monday to follow up.
It's usually one or the other two.
Bad Thursday was such a dud.
You know, it's funny that the Rams are four and two and their third, third and barely third.
There are half a game, or they're just one game out of being dead last place in their own division, and they're born to they are.
I felt bad about the Rams when they lost to San Francisco, but after what I saw Gillette Stadium yesterday and now look the Patriots or bad, I'm not going to sit here and say they beat a good Patriots and the Patriots or bad.
But what I saw out of that team, I went huh? You know, this is Ah, this is a pretty good team, you know, considering they're running with their third string running back.
You know, um, it's a pretty good team.
So I don't feel so bad about the San Francisco lost now, losing to a divisional team on the road that I did two weeks ago.
Um, I still believe this Rams team is, uh is very, very good.
And don't forget, I mean, the bears, they only have one loss against Indianapolis 23 weeks ago.
So there, Yeah, I had to bring that up.
Yeah, but I'm talking about losses, and you gotta bring up a win.
I called it a loss to my Indianapolis schools.
Uh, but, um, they they've just been finding ways to win even.
There's games where they just have not been able to run the football at all.
There's been games where the pressure on the quarterback has been all over him.
There's been games where receivers weren't able to catch anything.
Well, other than Alan, um, but they just every game, they seem to find a way toe edge out.
But I will argue, though, that they've had to really test this year they lost one and they won one because the greatest of all time didn't know what down it was, you know, because I think if Tom Brady knows, it's fourth down, he calls a different play.
And I think Tampa comes back and wins the game, to be honest with you, right? Brady took a shot down the field because he thought it was third down.
Maybe you confuse them, take the credit then.
Then they lost the Colts.
And to me, those are the two challenges they had this year.
They have beat Detroit, who week one was not the Detroit that beat Atlanta yesterday, and it still wasn't a great Detroit.
Then they beat New York.
Then they beat Atlanta and, like they're barely beating, barely beat the Giants, 17 to 13.
Beat Atlanta 30 to 26 beat Indianapolis, lost Indianapolis 19 to 11 beat Tampa Bay 22 19 on what was an awful performance by Tampa Bay as well.
And then they beat Carolina, 23 to 16.
Who's, Ah, heckle Ingi type of team, who, Um, just so we can talk about it now, probably won't have Christian McCaffrey back for Thursday, but because they need him back so badly.
Um, but they haven't been tested, and this is gonna be a real test for them tonight.
And if they end up losing this game, I'm gonna say they went one for you know, their one and two against riel competitive teams and start.
It's time to start counting them out.
If they win tonight, it's time to start taking the Chicago Bears seriously.
Yeah, The one thing the Rams cannot afford against the Bears in this game is toe.
Let them hang around if they get out to a multi score lead early in the first half.
But they get up by 10 or 14 they'd to put the pedal down, and they need to put them away.
They cannot be of Dallas Cowboys team.
They cannot be the Atlanta Falcons.
They cannot be Seattle because Seattle does that as well.
They have to put the pedal down.
They have to put them away, because if Chicago finds himself within a touchdown in the fourth quarter, I might actually put my money on Chicago.
But that's the only time I would put my money on Chicago.
Yeah, you know, my Daddy always taught me.
Never give a sucker a fair chance.
And when you do, they'll usually come back to bite you in the ass.
Uh, and we've seen again.
You start with Seattle last night, and you're right.
If the Rams let them hang around, then I don't put it past Chicago because Chicago can can create turnovers as well.
And that's, uh, that's a big piece of this game, I guess.
The knock on Gough, he does have four interceptions in six games.
That's not great football.
You know that's not great. Ball Security.
As a quarterback, I'd like to see that number Maura around two or three after six games.
You know, half of your averaging more than half an interception of game.
You don't want to get out of your quarterback.
Yeah, And I think that if they could put pressure on golf and force him to rush the football out of his hands and make bad decisions, they could get out of hand.
Um, yeah, I think you're right.
Though I think that if if Chicago's offense starts out slow because the defense won't, um yeah, you have to score points, and you have to keep that and you don't give up.
You know, Sean McVeigh has to make sure that this team goes until that final whistle is blown or until it's so far out of reach that it just garbage time and nobody's trying anymore.
Yeah, I don't care if its fourth quarter and Europe by 17 you continue to play good press coverage.
Whatever it is that you're doing to get to that point, don't go into, ah, prevent defense against Chicago and give them a light of hope to come back.
You know what I mean? And you want to talk about how the NFL has changed over the last few years? You know, they used to say the worst score in the world was a 10 point lead, Right, because you fell into this false sense of security, I would say.
Now it's more around 17 points, you know, 17 point lead and have this big, and we've seen it with Look at Seattle and they have all this security.
And all of a sudden a Nen NFL team can put up 17 points on you in half a quarter.
You know what I mean? Like all it takes is a couple three and outs.
A couple scores back the other way.
All of a sudden, you're you're only up by three, you're 17 point lead just got dragged down to three.
Now you're trying to just my God, not just trying to make trying to stop them.
Holding 23 Don't give up the lead, you know, like it's it's and that's what it's turned into in this league.
So I agree with you.
17 points is not comfortable, especially against the defense that can force three and outs and an offense with a quarterback who seems to I'll give Nick Foles his credit.
Who seems to the more pressure there is in the higher the expectations, the better he plays and he's not afraid of taking those shots.
That's the thing about it.
He will take the he is today's Brett Farve.
I would say in that kind of aspect that if he sees someone on one down the field, he'll throw it.
He'll throw it, and it doesn't matter what the situation is on the game.
He could be a 23 points, and if he sees that one on one downfield, he thinks he could make that throw.
He's gonna throw it since you brought that up.
I have to go off kilter a little bit here and ask you a question, but it really ties in.
I had one of my viewer's tell me that Josh Allen is the next Brett farm of the NFL, and I wanted to get your I wanted to get your opinion on that for a while.
But that's what he said to me that Brett Farve is the next Josh.
Josh Allen is the next Brett Farr for the NFL.
And then, like last week, somebody came out and said that he sees a lot of Brett Farve in Josh Allen.
And I'm wondering, you know, I kind of sat there and went after.
At first I was like, You're crazy, You're insane.
I don't see it The more I thought about it, though, I went well, You know what? Not afraid to take shots, sometimes reckless, and there's just reckless abandonment to the shot down the field doesn't protect the football.
I mean, he'd rather look for that 40 yard pass and protect the football, and when he hits it, he hits it.
And when he does, and it's a disaster.
And that was Brett Farve to the teeth, was it not? Yeah, but Brett Farve did not have the mobility that you know he has.
I'm gonna throw a name at you that I think, and this might surprise you will probably surprised a lot of people, but go watch Randall Cunningham in his earlier years, and they look incredibly similar in their place style.
So, e I mean, I don't know if you've got ah, way of watching Cem Cem, uh, late eighty's games.
But Randall Cunningham, there'll be lots of things.
He's an all time great.
You know why you might be right, You know, sort that rattled.
You know, Cunningham, maybe Steve McNair.
Move with your feet. Launch it down the field.
You know, McNair was known to have a bit of Ah, you know, be a bit of a slinger as long as well as being ableto do it with this feat.
Yeah, you might be right, man.
A little bit of Warren Moon and mixed up in there.
That's, uh there's a good comparisons.
All right, so it's been a half an hour and guys, I've been up since six o'clock this morning.
Eastern Standard and I haven't eaten anything.
I was eating some onion rings when I just got these.
I want to go ahead and get this wrapped up.
We're going to go with picks now, right? So let's let's let's have your final thoughts in your picks about this game.
I'm gonna agree with Lawrence that the Rams cannot give Chicago a chance if they let them hang around.
This could go very bad for them.
With that being said, everything I pointed out is is the Rams are better than the Chicago Bears and every category for a reason, because I think they're the better team.
My eye test has told me that my mathematics has told me that they're the better team.
I'm gonna pick the Rams tonight to beat the Chicago Bears, and I'm gonna call a big win.
I'm gonna call a 37 to 28 win, and I'm calling that score Lawrence, because you told me not to let them hang around.
So I'm gonna have trust in McVeigh that they're gonna keep piling up the points.
But I'm gonna go with the Rams.
A high scoring game tonight from both teams and a game that we expect is gonna be sound defense by both sides.
I think it's gonna turn into a bit of a shootout at some point because of the Nick Foles primetime factor.
The one thing that I think is gonna happen is Chicago is gonna be leaning on their defense hard because I don't think that they're like you said.
I don't think their offense is gonna be able to withstand, But this Rams team can do.
I mean, yes, they have Alan at wide receiver, but guess who's gonna be shadowing him, most likely the entire night.
Jalen Freaking Ramsey.
And then you got one of the worst offensive lines who at times has played well this year in Chicago, going up against who? None other than the Aaron Donald.
Alright, so I have a ugly feeling that the Bears offense is not gonna be able to get a lot of points on the board.
I'm looking at maybe 13 points.
I'm looking at a touchdown and two field goals, and because of that, Chicago's defense is gonna be on the field a lot.
But they're gonna be playing their hearts out the entire night and trying like heck trying to keep their team in the game, which is what they're really good at.
So but ultimately, I don't think Chicago be able to do it.
I think the Rams win 23 13.
I'm gonna change my score to because I just looked at my ESPN pigskin pick comes and I made it a 32 23 game in favor of the Ram, so I'm gonna change it to 32.
Well, I'm sure I had a reason at the time.
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And of the 50 people that are watching live, only three of you have profiles.
And Lawrence of the current 44 viewer is not a single one of those people with profiles are watching, Of course, of course.
So, since they're not, since they're watching, they're most likely not going to hear me say, go make a freaking profile.
But there is a darn good chance there's gonna be a lot of you that's gonna be watching after the stream is over with.
So I'm gonna go ahead and go through a little bit of a tantrum here, probably with Ray as well, Because, like we said, all these people watching don't have profiles.
You're doing us a disservice because you can't follow us.
You ain't giving us the respect that we deserve, at least in my opinion.
And you're doing yourself a disservice, because now you're not gonna know when we go live.
You're watching this If you like it.
There's no way to know when we go live again unless you give us a follow and follow us.
You gotta make a profile.
So spend that 15 seconds and make a profile, right? 44 people watching this stream and not a single one of them has a profile. Lawrence.
Do you know what a profile cost you on SportsCastr life? You wanna know the cost? You wanna know your monthly subscription rate is $0.
0 and you get prime content by people like us, Like people like our boy Joe and Keith and Adam here on the NFL side, the whole n beside If you're a basketball fan.
Hell, we got guys that talk about soccer on this channel.
We got Do we gotta? There's wrestling shows.
I talk about the w w e and A e w and all the, you know, pretend sport fighting.
We got UFC guys with gorgeous George.
You don't know how gorgeous George is from the New York Post.
It takes 15 seconds to create a profile.
You get to see all your favorite SportsCastrs on an everyday basis.
Do they? Got us on schedules now for the SportsCastr news team.
There is one of us on every single day of the week.
Dude, I'm on tonight, Lawrence.
I'm on in an hour and a half.
A nine o'clock were.
Actually I'll be making a huge announcement.
So if you want to hear that huge announcement and no one I'm live create the profile, subscribe to me, described Lawrence described to our boys.
And guess what, man, If you have the app, you get a little thing every time that we go live or you're in your email and you're just like, Oh, hey, shoot Lawrence's live.
I better go in, leave a chat.
And Hey, we don't get paid a lot of money to do this. This isn't Fox.
This is an ESPN drop.
A little donation from my boy Lawrence.
It's right up there.
What's 10 bucks? What's five bucks? What's two bucks? What's why the man's eating two onion rings today? He's starving.
All right, drop the donation.
01 thing that I have for gotten to mention off over the year that we've done this, you know? Well, with you and me together, we've never mentioned there are multiple Dozens of famous NFL players that have profiles and stream here on SportsCastr.
Have you ever heard of a Mr Richard Sherman? Ruined? Yeah.
Richard Sherman comes on here, talks football teams, passport.
He was given training camp.
You mean you could go on the stream? You can chat with Richard Sherman.
Richard F in Sherman, Man.
Richard, actually, you wanna know how good this thing is? Richard invests in the SportsCastr.
You can, and I'm not.
They've made it public. It's not private.
He thought this platform is so great he invested in the n f l P A invests into SportsCastr because they believe in this platform.
Hey, so don't be a crook.
Support your boys here who are working their ass off to build this website up and tell the people that you were here before it was cool.
So with that being said for myself, for Ray route have a great game.
Hope it turns out good and have a good one.