Rams announce that their home opener will be televised locally

With plenty of blackouts expected in 2010, teams on the no-local-TV watch list have taken to announcing the occasions when their home games actually will be televised.

And so the Rams have announced that their Week One game against the Cardinals will be televised in St. Louis.

The game marks the debut of Sam Bradford as the team’s quarterback, and Stan Kroenke as the majority owner of the franchise.  It also features the return of the Cardinals to the city they called home prior to 1998.

Rosenthal and I have different views on who’ll win.  Come Sunday night, I have a feeling he’ll be getting his shine box.

7 responses to “Rams announce that their home opener will be televised locally

  1. TheDPR says: “Rams win this game. The Cardinals take a HUGE step backwards this season”
    This is an incorrect postulate, based on an incomplete premise.
    “The Cardinals take a HUGE step backwards this season.” True. The Cardinals have regressed significantly. Thus the premise that leads to the erroneous conclusion that “Rams win this game.”
    What must be considered is 1) Q How good were the Cardinals last season? A 10-6 and a Playoff win. 2) Q How bad were the Rams last year? A 1-15, and lucky to get the 1
    The question then essentially becomes: Did the utterly incompetent Rams improve enough via the addition of a QB to overcome a good-but-not-great Cardinals team weakened by the loss of a QB?
    Realistically . . . No. Therefore — The Rams do not win this game.

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