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Turf Show Radio, S10E51

Turf Show Radio, S10E51

3k, Rob-o and Joey the Jerk adjust to the Super Bowl LIII loss while getting ready for 2019 including Ol’ AW’s retirement decision, Jared Goff going fishing, and Sean McVay and Bill Belichick arguing what the best Disney movie is. 0:30 - Joey the Jerk finally confronted the evil substance known as snow. 4:12 - Rob-o is the Old Prospector 6:14 - 3k got Marie Kondo’d 9:28 - THE TODD GURLEY MYSTERY BUS IS OFF AND RUNNING 11:54 - “I’m going to Boise, Idaho. Goodbye, folks!” 13:02 - Les Snead. Weed or psychotropics? 16:43 - Offensive line discussion 23:42 - Andrew Whitworth’s...
Turf Show Times Feb 13, 2019
The Rams are due for an OL makeover

The Rams are due for an OL makeover

The Rams’ O-line was bolstered with the addition of Andrew Whitworth two years ago. Is it time to prepare for his inevitable departure? Heading into the 2017 season, Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff had a lot to deal with. He had the stink of his rookie season following him around, a new coach in Sean McVay that was going to implement a completely new offense to learn, and he had a crop of new receivers in WR Robert Woods, WR Sammy Watkins, and WR Cooper Kupp. But there was one person that helped Goff’s transition much smoother than it otherwise would have been: LT Andrew Whitworth. The...
Turf Show Times Feb 11, 2019
Random Ramsdom, 2/11

Random Ramsdom, 2/11

Have a look at the best links of the day! Luis Perez shines in AAF debut | Rams Wire Former UDFA QB Luis Perez — who spent the preseason with the Los Angeles Rams — had his debut in the Alliance of American Football for the Birmingham Iron. Not only that, but apparently it was quite the show Here’s what the Rams should do if Andrew Whitworth retires | Rams Wire Andrew Ortenberg offers multiple suggestions on how to replace Big Whit if he chooses to retire, both from the in-house options and the NFL Draft How reliable was WR Josh Reynolds in 2018? | Rams Wire Cam DaSilva shares a...
ClutchPoints Feb 5, 2019
Rams OT Andrew Whitworth deletes his Twitter account

Rams OT Andrew Whitworth deletes his Twitter account

And another one bites the dust: Los Angeles Rams left tackle Andrew Whitworth is the latest celebrity to delete his Twitter account. An intrepid fan noticed that, just two days after the Rams lost the Super Bowl to the Patriots, Whitworth’s account on the popular social media platform was gone. However, all is not terrible, […] The post Rams OT Andrew Whitworth deletes his Twitter account appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Turf Show Times Feb 5, 2019
Random Ramsdom, 2/5

Random Ramsdom, 2/5

This and more on today’s edition of the Random Ramsdom Marcus Peters has message for Rams fans: ‘We still ain’t done yet’ | Rams Wire No we ain’t. Rams’ Super Bowl disappointment leaves lingering questions, and here are the answers | OC Register Some great questions with great and thoughtful answers. Andrew Whitworth: At the end of the day, we’re all going to die | Pro Football Talk “Almost everything—all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure—these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important.” -...
ClutchPoints Feb 4, 2019
Rams OL Andrew Whitworth says he’ll take some time to think of his NFL future following Super Bowl 53 loss

Rams OL Andrew Whitworth says he’ll take some time to think of his NFL future following Super Bowl 53 loss

Could the Los Angeles Rams’ loss to the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday night have been Rams offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth’s final NFL game? Afterward, Whitworth said he would take some time to think about his future, noting that some teammates are begging him to come back for another season, according […] The post Rams OL Andrew Whitworth says he’ll take some time to think of his NFL future following Super Bowl 53 loss appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 4, 2019
Rams’ Andrew Whitworth after loss to the Patriots in Super Bowl 53: ‘We’re all gonna die’

Rams’ Andrew Whitworth after loss to the Patriots in Super Bowl 53: ‘We’re all gonna die’

After the Los Angeles Rams lost 13-3 in the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots, Rams offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth had some words of wisdom. “For me, what means the most is guys see me hold my head high, they see me confident in them and loving them. At the end of the day, […] The post Rams’ Andrew Whitworth after loss to the Patriots in Super Bowl 53: ‘We’re all gonna die’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Cincy Jungle Feb 3, 2019
OPEN THREAD: Super Bowl 53

OPEN THREAD: Super Bowl 53

The final game of the 2018 NFL season is here. Super Bowl 53 is finally here, as the Patriots and Rams are set to face off for the Lombardi Trophy. The final game of the 2018 NFL season will have plenty of Bengals flavor, including the team’s next head coach in Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor. Los Angeles also has Bengals great Andrew Whitworth, who deserves a Super Bowl win as much as any player in the NFL. Come join the fun in our game thread!
Turf Show Times Feb 3, 2019
The final game for Big Whit?

The final game for Big Whit?

Please don’t go. The Los Angeles Rams are 60 minutes away from potentially winning Super Bowl LIII and hoisting the Lombardi trophy for the first time since the 1999-2000 season. But when the confetti settles, the parade is over, and the offseason is under way, the reality will set in that some of these men won’t return to the team for the 2019 season. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport is suggesting, should the Rams win today, that left tackle Andrew Whitworth might be one who, while certainly welcomed back, may opt to leave the game on the highest of notes: As for the Rams, left tackle...
Bolts From The Blue Feb 2, 2019
How the Rams Super Bowl helps the Chargers

How the Rams Super Bowl helps the Chargers

If you can’t beat them, join them. Same but Different Flashback to the Spring of 2017, and the Rams and Chargers find themselves in comically similar situations. Both franchises had recently returned to the city of Los Angeles, a city they each had called home at another point in their respective history’s. Both teams had just hired first time head coaches, coming off seasons where neither won more than five games. Both squads solved their problem at left tackle, locking up Andrew Whitworth and Russell Okung. Both teams franchise tagged defensive bookends in Trumaine Johnson and Melvin...
Cincy Jungle Feb 1, 2019
Could this be Andrew Whitworth’s last game?

Could this be Andrew Whitworth’s last game?

Whitworth’s former offensive line coach implied that the 13-year veteran could retire following the Super Bowl. Super Bowl week brought predicable talk about the possibility of this being that Patriots stars Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski play in. Brady is up there in age at 41, but he’s not the only one playing in this game who could be close to retirement due to age. Andrew Whitworth is not spring chicken at age 37, but we’ve heard nothing about his permanent exit from the playing field. However, former Bengals offensive line coach Paul Alexander said something interesting on his...
Cincinnati.com Jan 31, 2019
Despite team divorce, Cincinnati Bengals still with Andrew Whitworth at Super Bowl LIII

Despite team divorce, Cincinnati Bengals still with Andrew Whitworth at Super Bowl LIII

Looking at the relationship Andrew Whitworth still feels with the Bengals: good, bad and disappointing         
Cincy Jungle Jan 31, 2019
Better late than never for Andrew Whitworth’s first Super Bowl

Better late than never for Andrew Whitworth’s first Super Bowl

If you just watched Andrew Whitworth play, you’d have a hard time believing he is one of the oldest offensive linemen in the NFL. It should come as no surprise that many Bengals fans will be pulling for the Bengals’ former left tackle, Andrew Whitworth, on Sunday when the Rams take on the Patriots in the Super Bowl. Whitworth was drafted by Cincinnati in 2006, but he didn’t start his career at tackle. The Bengals had Levi Jones, who at the time was talented in his own right. While Jones held down his spot, Whitworth played left guard most of the time. He would kick out to tackle...
ClutchPoints Jan 30, 2019
Rams OL Andrew Whitworth unsure if he’ll consider retirement after Super Bowl 53

Rams OL Andrew Whitworth unsure if he’ll consider retirement after Super Bowl 53

Los Angeles Rams offensive lineman Andrew Whitworth is 37 years old and has been playing in the NFL for 13 years, so, naturally, retirement is inching closer and closer. However, Whitworth is not sure if he will consider calling it quits after the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots on Sunday: “Every single season […] The post Rams OL Andrew Whitworth unsure if he’ll consider retirement after Super Bowl 53 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Jan 30, 2019
Rams’ Jared Goff promises to get Andrew Whitworth’s son a shark if LA wins Super Bowl

Rams’ Jared Goff promises to get Andrew Whitworth’s son a shark if LA wins Super Bowl

What a difference two years can make – just ask Jared Goff. The Los Angeles Rams’ star quarterback was something close to a laughingstock after his rookie season, when the first overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft completed just 54.6 percent of his passes and threw more touchdowns than interceptions. Now, after improving on […] The post Rams’ Jared Goff promises to get Andrew Whitworth’s son a shark if LA wins Super Bowl appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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