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So, the more I look at it, the more I believe we don't really need to look at the offensive line isn't a need. We have Gandy, who just turned thirty a little while back, and helped keep John Abraham and Julius Peppers to extremely pedestrian numbers (a whole total of 4 tackles and 1 TFL between both) and he has played well all year. Reggie Wells hasn't been bad, and is only 28. Deuce Lutui and Levi Brown are very dependable on the right side, leaving the only question marks in the center position, mostly Lyle Seindlein.
If we can bring in some competition for him, such as a veteran FA or an Antoine Caldwell, I think that'd be best.
An interesting situation is taking Alex Mack. He just seems like a Grimm type of lineman. An absolute "hog" in the middle, very nasty side and could be the guy we're looking for. Honestly, if we get into a trade down to, let's say, 25-28, I would look strongly at Mack.
I still think the O-Line should be addressed on thie first day. What happens if Gandy or Wells goes down to injury? Who replaces them? It is not guarenteed that the line will continue to play this well, especially Gandy. I would still like to get Duke in the first round.
Cardinals fans who would you rather play in the superbowl if you win the NFCC game ??? STEELERS/RAVENS????
Originally posted by SunTzu_22
Just let it go RWO.
We as Ravens fans are clearly scum of the earth, and should just be happy that these great people, who cheer for nothing than the finest, morally impeccable players, playing on the finest, most morally impeccable teams, will grace us with their presence, and words of wisdom.
Quan practiced today, so that's good news, ESPN also just said something about Westbrook reaggrivating his knee, not sure how serious it is or anything, I would expect him to play no matter what though
I don't like Todd Haley, I don't like his name, nor his face. But the man put out a great offensive gameplan in the first half today, and it lifted us to the Super Bowl.
The only thing I disliked was coming out of the gate in the second half running the football. We were having our way with Philly's secondary until we started trying to run out the clock. Haley needs to recognize when to put a team down for the count, and go for the knockout blow.
That being said, wow @ Larry Fitzgerald. The epitome of playoff warrior. He has simply refused to be covered, even if it's two guys. He gave it to Sheldon Brown and the Eagles' secondary with no lube today. Jim Johnson does an outstanding job of neutralizing our top talents, but I don't think even he could find an answer for Larry.
Good to see Warner not getting rattled by those bull roughing the passer calls. I thought Demps should have just gotten kicked out, no need for that in football. He takes that hit, then goes down and energizes a touchdown out of our team.
Let's hope in these two weeks leading up to Tampa Bay everyone can get healthy. It looks as if Pittsburgh will beat Baltimore at this point, and it should be a doozy of a game. I absolutely cannot wait.