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  • Joe finally played well vs. the Steelers! I really didn't expect that. The whole offense did.

    Our Defense showed that they are #1, forget the turnover issue, they are just playing solid, sound defense. It's just hard to move the ball vs. them.

    Props to the o-line!

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    • Originally posted by HinesWardJr View Post
      Read the PM I sent you.
      We demand that this pm become public and why aren't you decked out in Purple?

      Magical sig by OSUGiants

      SSAEL....... its a new revolution!


      Originally posted by Job
      On another note, Nicklas Backstrom is amazingly good.
      Meanwhile, in hockey the other night, the Washington Capitals' Eric Belanger gets hit with a stick, loses EIGHT teeth, has an instant root canal in the locker room, comes back out and PLAYS and never says boo.

      So new rule, NBA: Unless you have a root canal at halftime, SHUT UP AND PLAY!

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      • Originally posted by terribletowel39 View Post
        We had a ****** game plan. Yall had a great one.

        Good game. Can't wait until the next one.
        I actually thought it was a pretty solid offensive gameplan. Give the run game a chance, they consistently tested the ravens, stretch us deep, and spread the offense out.

        I think Baltimore just played a better game.

        Props to you guys, it feels good to finally win a close one without our QB struggling.

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        • ‎24/37 256 yards 1 td against the 2nd best D in the NFL. <3<3<3

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          • More importantly why isn't that bet being brought to light dammit

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            SSAEL....... its a new revolution!


            Originally posted by Job
            On another note, Nicklas Backstrom is amazingly good.
            Meanwhile, in hockey the other night, the Washington Capitals' Eric Belanger gets hit with a stick, loses EIGHT teeth, has an instant root canal in the locker room, comes back out and PLAYS and never says boo.

            So new rule, NBA: Unless you have a root canal at halftime, SHUT UP AND PLAY!

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            • maybe RWO doesnt have a Ravens sig set up.

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              • We never agreed on anything so the sig bet was never official.
                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.

                John Wall
                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4CbQGBbUOw

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                • Originally posted by RAVENS/WIZARDS/ORIOLES View Post
                  We never agreed on anything so the sig bet was never official.
                  That is such garbage

                  Magical sig by OSUGiants

                  SSAEL....... its a new revolution!


                  Originally posted by Job
                  On another note, Nicklas Backstrom is amazingly good.
                  Meanwhile, in hockey the other night, the Washington Capitals' Eric Belanger gets hit with a stick, loses EIGHT teeth, has an instant root canal in the locker room, comes back out and PLAYS and never says boo.

                  So new rule, NBA: Unless you have a root canal at halftime, SHUT UP AND PLAY!

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                  • Originally posted by BigDawg819 View Post
                    That is such garbage
                    He wanted a sig bet I wanted an avy bet
                    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.

                    John Wall
                    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4CbQGBbUOw

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                    • Originally posted by RAVENS/WIZARDS/ORIOLES View Post
                      He wanted a sig bet I wanted an avy bet
                      That I can understand, although it shouldn't have been much of a hang up.


                      Regardless, SUCK IT HINES!


                      HOOSH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                      Magical sig by OSUGiants

                      SSAEL....... its a new revolution!


                      Originally posted by Job
                      On another note, Nicklas Backstrom is amazingly good.
                      Meanwhile, in hockey the other night, the Washington Capitals' Eric Belanger gets hit with a stick, loses EIGHT teeth, has an instant root canal in the locker room, comes back out and PLAYS and never says boo.

                      So new rule, NBA: Unless you have a root canal at halftime, SHUT UP AND PLAY!

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                      • Originally posted by BigDawg819 View Post
                        That I can understand, although it shouldn't have been much of a hang up.


                        Regardless, SUCK IT HINES!


                        HOOSH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                        Yea I was willing to lose my Big Ben avy but I wasn't down to lose my Boldin sig
                        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.

                        John Wall
                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4CbQGBbUOw

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                        • Good game ya'll. **** Jeff Reed.

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                          • Great article on BR.com

                            Joe Flacco is growing up before our eyes…and Tomlin’s. Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin admitted his strategy was to run time off the clock when his team got the ball with two minutes, 40 seconds remaining and the lead. Tomlin wanted to take his chances with his defense at midfield and force the Ravens to score a touchdown. In other words, he thought his team could stop quarterback Joe Flacco. Lesson learned for Tomlin. He’ll think twice before using that strategy again. As linebacker Ray Lewis said, this was a Joe Montana and John Elway-like moment against one of the best defenses in the league. “That young kid is just starting to develop,” Lewis said.

                            Releasing Pryce released the Kruger.
                            We will need a few more games to know the full extent of how the release of defensive lineman Trevor Pryce affects the Ravens’ defense. Against the Steelers, however, Baltimore did not miss Pryce. Some observers said Pryce was a liability against the run. Without him, the defense contained the league’s fourth-leading rusher, Rashard Mendenhall, to 79 yards on 25 carries. He had two touchdowns, but a 3.2 yard-per-carry average isn’t too shabby. By stuffing the Steelers’ three straight rushes on Pittsburgh’s second-to-last drive, the defense set up the game-winning drive. It looks like the Ravens knew what they were doing by letting Pryce go.

                            Pryce’s absence (along with Cory Redding’s concussion) opened the door for young defensive end Paul Kruger, who had been stuck behind veterans on the depth chart. Kruger committed some costly penalties and he sometimes plays high and gets tossed around. But with a high motor, Kruger never gives up and shows playmaking ability. Twice he put his team in a position to get a turnover. If not for offsetting penalties, credit Kruger with a strip-sack inside the Steelers’ 5-yard line. In the fourth quarter, he tipped Batch’s pass at the line of scrimmage and corner Fabian Washington was close to grabbing the interception.

                            The offensive line can handle Pittsburgh’s pressure. Outside linebackers LaMarr Woodley and James Harrison are the real deal; they can be a quarterback’s worst nightmare. Yet, Flacco sat comfortably in the pocket for most of the afternoon while his receivers had time to finish routes and get open downfield. There isn’t a better example than on the Ravens’ game-winning touchdown play. Tomlin’s defense blitzed Flacco, but tight end Todd Heap came across the formation to pick up the pressure and allowed Flacco to slide to the side and deliver the game’s final dagger. When the offensive line handles its business, the domino effect is wonderful to watch.

                            Without McGahee, the red zone offense is limited.
                            Running back Willis McGahee suffered a stinger in the second half, but his injury isn’t considered serious. Reports from the team are that he could have returned. But if McGahee was in the game, how would he have affected the Ravens’ penultimate series of the game? The Ravens took to the air twice from the 2-yard line and couldn’t notch the six points. McGahee is as successful as any back in the league in goal-line situations; he already scored from the 9-yard line in the second quarter. Would Offensive Coordinator Cam Cameron have called McGahee’s number if he were available? Luckily it didn’t matter because the defense put the ball back into Flacco’s hands and the third-year quarterback delivered the win with his arm anyway. But you can’t underestimate McGahee’s impact on those crucial goal line situations. It will be interesting to watch the injury reports on McGahee this week, not to mention running back Ray Rice and Le’Ron McClain.

                            ‘Housh’ and Mason have not been forgotten – the offense is just evolving. Maybe opponents will sleep on an offensive threat, but Cameron won’t. Perhaps nobody needed this lesson more than T.J. Housmanzadeh, who admitted he wasn’t happy with his playing time thus far this season. Derrick Mason has chosen not to speak to media the past two weeks and many assumed it was because he wasn’t happy with his role either. But as ‘Housh’ said after the game, this offense is evolving and it will do whatever is best for the team. Baltimore has three Pro Bowl receivers, two Pro Bowl running backs, a Pro Bowl fullback and a Pro Bowl tight end. None of these Pro Bowlers have a Super Bowl ring, however. They know they need each other for that. Last week, it was Boldin who had the spotlight in a win. This week it was Houshmandzadeh. Next week a team could sleep on Mason or Rice and they will be the heroes. Nobody has been forgotten; it’s simply time to be patient and take what the defense gives each and every week.

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                            • yes a very good article.


                              I thought Kruger played better then Pryce.

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                              • Big win! Nice to see us finally come out on the winning end of a close game in Pittsburgh finally.
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