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Could Rams Play "Sleepy In Seattle" Martz Says No

The Rams travel to Seattle for their last road contest of 2002, a game that means little in most of the ways fans and the media measure the importance of a late season division contest.<br><br> <b>However</b><br><br>

Could Rams Play "Sleepy In Seattle" Martz Says No By Rams Nation's Barry Waller However, the Rams head coach Mike Martz and his organization, this game will be exactly the kind of critical situation they desire in deciding which players need to be sent packing, not as scapegoats for this dismal and disappointing season, but because they are members of that dreaded NFL squad killing... Recommended Stories

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