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  1. Jim Caldwell to the Lions!!!?????

    Quote Originally Posted by ravensnhokies View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rlh445 View Post
    The Air Coryell works and has worked for us up until this year when we no longer had the personnel to make sure it worked without a hitch. Joe is the perfect guy for that style of offense. He's not overly mobile, he has a huge arm and up until this season we had the RB horses to make the important play actions worth a damn. Every offensive coordinator is, 'married' to a system. What would you like to see us start running here? A system more tailored to a QB like Brady or Peyton where they throw
  2. Game Thread Ravens @ Bengals 12/29

    A pass over the middle ? It's a miracle!
  3. OT: Romo out for the year

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Aaaaaaawwwww, I wanted to see Romo blow it.

    ... Bc
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  4. Mr. Suggs, Tom is coming Christmas!

    [QUOTE=bt12483;721369][QUOTE=Firststater;721347]Brady and the bunch may have come for Xmas, but Suggs was on the bench much of the time: 2nd and 7, he is on the bench; 2nd and 8, he is on the bench. What is this guy getting paid for on this team?[/QUOTE]

    Something has to be up.

    He gets that fake ass sack when Brady went fetal and danced, down 20-0.

    He looks and acts like he doesn't really care.[/QUOTE]

    He just wants to go make movies. ...
  5. The Baltimore Ravens should heavily pursue a new OC and DC for 2014.

    [QUOTE=Ravenswintitle;721365]if you guys have the stomach, watch the SNF game tonight and take a look at these offenses. Both get pretty creative. We have to do something with our offensive scheme next year IMO. Maybe Caldwell can pull it off with an offseason to install the new system, I don't know. But it can't be what we had this year.

    Sent from my iPad using [URL=]Tapatalk[/URL][/QUOTE

    Yea, that makes sense, keep the OC we ...
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