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Social Madness boosts engagement for St. Louis participants - St. Louis Business Journal (blog)

Social Madness boosts engagement for St. Louis participants - St. Louis Business Journal (blog) | Rams Football | Scoop.it
Social Madness boosts engagement for St. Louis participants
St. Louis Business Journal (blog)
... contests the hotel offered, such as free tickets to St. Louis Cardinals games and free hotel perks.

Via Cassi Henderson
Brett Lewis's insight:

St. Louis sports has been boosted by the social media thats been in affect. The Cardinals got a lot of support during the World Series online. Its been great, some companies even offer free hotels rooms and things with the support. Everyone is trying for one cause to support the local sports teams. I no the Blues have a lot of support as well, and slowly the Rams are on there way, they are getting better each year so the support of the fans and the PR that they get is getting better and will continue to do so. 

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Cassi Henderson's curator insight, July 21, 2013 11:01 PM

    Social Media has become very beneficial for many different companies. This article talks about how a simple competition between a few local companies have made them known.  The Westin St. Louis, Timmerman Group and Total Hockey have all noticed significant changes in their "likes" and "followers" on the different social media networks.

     Timmerman group said that bigger nationwide companies have helped them out by getting their name out in other states and because of this, they have gained more potential customers.  

     I really think Social Media will end up become more business-focused in the future.  Companies wil rely on these networks to promote themselves and their products. 

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Zac Stacy earns another start at RB for St. Louis Rams

Zac Stacy earns another start at RB for St. Louis Rams | Rams Football | Scoop.it
St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher confirmed Monday that rookie Zac Stacy has earned another start at running back. What are Stacy's chances of succeeding against a tough upcoming schedule?

Via BeltwayBoy Sports
Brett Lewis's insight:

Zac Stacy is a surprise to most people, but the Rams are very happy to of drafted the rookie out of Vanderbilt. He was suppose to be the third string running back, but he has launched himself into the number one sport have just two back to back 100 yard games. Up until last weeek the Rams havn't scored a touchdown in the run game  until Zac Stacy took over the load. He scored one last week, and also adding another one this week. 

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BeltwayBoy Sports's curator insight, October 8, 2013 2:54 AM

Could be a player to watch in Fantasy Football if he can remain the starter and produce. I'd say pick him up now if you can spare a roster spot.

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Rams Have Reportedly Discussed Signing Tebow

Rams Have Reportedly Discussed Signing Tebow | Rams Football | Scoop.it
After falling to the Carolina Panthers in Week 7 and watching starting quarterback Sam Bradford exit with a knee injury in the process, the St. Louis Rams ' front office have reportedly considered signing free-agent quarterback Tim Tebow ...

Via Jack Hansen
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The St. Louis Rams were considering signing the most talked about athlete in the nation Tim Tebow. Although Tebow hasn't had much interest of most teams, he did win a playoff game against the Pittsburg Steelers. Tebow could of petential helped the Rams, but we will never no because they decided against the move to sign him. The bigggest plus of signing Tebow is the PR that St. Louis would of got from it. He is no doub the most popular sports athelete in the nation. He has a huge fan base which would of helped the Rams fans. Also whenever Tebow does something he is talked in Sports Center for Days, so either way it would of been a good thing for St. Louis and the Rams. 

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Rapid Reaction: Rams 27, Cardinals 24 - ESPN (blog)

Rapid Reaction: Rams 27, Cardinals 24 - ESPN (blog) | Rams Football | Scoop.it
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Rapid Reaction: Rams 27, Cardinals 24
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What it means: Those expecting a big offensive explosion from the Rams didn't exactly get what they wanted, though the Rams did do most of their offensive damage through the air.
Brett Lewis's insight:

The St. Louis Rams looked to open there season with a blast and they might of just done that. This Cardinals team is very talented with the new additions of Carson Palmer, Michael Floyd, and many others, but even when we all thought hope was gone, it reappeared. Greg Zuerlein hit four field goals, and even a game winning one to finish off the game. It truely was a great way to start the season for St. Louis.  

Bradford looked as best as he has been; also along side with Tavon Austin, and the new starting running back Daryl Richardson.  All three played great to bring St. Louis there home opener victory they needed in hoepful for a great 2013-2014 season.  

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Why St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford's decision to choose football surprised some people

Why St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford's decision to choose football surprised some people | Rams Football | Scoop.it
Those who knew young Sam Bradford aren't surprised he made it big. Some are surprised, though, that the sport was football. As a kid, the future Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman winner excelled in basketball, golf and hockey.

Via Victoria Baldwin
Brett Lewis's insight:

Some fans of the St. Louis Rams have had there doubts about Sam Bradford. Can he be a franchise quarterback for the Rams or not? He has the arm but the consistancy just hasn't been there. The real question is will the Rams draft a quarterback in the 2014 NFL draft. He has been the talk of the town in his years of St. Louis and the people have been waiting for him to prove he can live up to the all the hype. Drafting a new quarterback would have a lot a people looking at St. Louis which could be a good move for them but it could also be a dissaster for them deciding between two quarterbacks and having the newswritters confusing the people with who the starter is gonna be. 

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Victoria Baldwin's curator insight, September 23, 2013 9:59 AM

Great article on Bradford's childhood and what lead him to his career now. Bob Stoops says Sam's "quiet persona is complemented by a ultra competitive drive," which is the perfect combination you could want in a player. It's nice to know some athletes are soft-spoken and nice.

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Breaking Down the St. Louis Rams Bizarre Goal-Line Failure on Monday Night

Breaking Down the St. Louis Rams Bizarre Goal-Line Failure on Monday Night | Rams Football | Scoop.it
The Seattle Seahawks defeated the St. Louis Rams, 14-9, on Monday Night Football to cap off Week 8 in the NFL.

Via BeltwayBoy Sports
Brett Lewis's insight:

THe St. Louis Rams took on one of the best teams in the NFL on the biggest stage of football. They battled there way to one last drive that if they scored a touchdown they could win this game. No one had the Rams winning this game and they came out and battled with the Seattle Seahawks. It was sad that they couldn't comeplete the drive, but in the end of the day they showed the world that they can compete with the best teams and could possibly win against them. They showed great integrity and courage. 

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BeltwayBoy Sports's curator insight, October 30, 2013 5:32 AM

Bad teams find ways to lose while good find a way to win. The Rams played well enough to win the game and should have, but a misseed FG a few minutes earlier made that last drive TD or bust drive.

 

My point is they squndered a a couple of different scoring opportunities that would have changed the outcome. 

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Brett Favre Rams: Did The Rams Turn To Favre?

Brett Favre Rams: Did The Rams Turn To Favre? | Rams Football | Scoop.it
Brett Favre was approached by the St. Louis Rams to fill in at quarterback, although he seems to have denied the offer already. The Rams are searching for any sort of help that they can get.

Via Thomas Faltin
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The St. Louis Rams after loosing there quarterback Sam Bradford to an ACL injury go after a retired Brett Farve. He talked to his agent, but the conclusion was a no that Farve would not come to the Rams. The Publicity that the Rams got after going out and talking to Farve was some good and bad. The bad was that they looked desperate and they had to reach out to a retired man who isn't in shape. The good was that they were the talk of the nation after this stunt, even tho it may not be the best talk but at least they were talked about. 

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