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    Re: Harbs presser after the game.



    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    This team was winning with smoke and mirrors. Truth is they just are not very good. Too many injuries and no depth. The 'next man up' just isn't very good. That isn't harbaugh's fault.

    I'm not ready to start calling him fraudbaugh...yet.
    Pees is.

    Charlie Batch, now a 2nd string QB with no time to warm up beat the Ravens D to win a game? Really?
    Who would have believed that even a few years ago? That is on Harbs.




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    Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    I have said this for some time now but Harbaugh's credibility is really coming into question. From the near mutiny in October to this reluctance to trust Joe even though you shouted to the world after game 1 to pay him, just fuels the fire to question his judgement and purpose.

    Harbaugh is facing a challenge that if he doesn't correct quickly will cost him severely.




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    Look, I have been against John from day 1. He got lucky and a well stocked team that is now depleted cannot take bungling moves like letting Cam stick around or finding whomever hasn't died yet at the nursing home to become our next defensive coordinator, and letting Oher impersonate a turnstile at LT.

    If he is going to coach like a piece of shit, I am going to give him shit. Sitting on leads, the ball, and not managing or even having a feel for the tempo of the game is inexcusable. It was like when the Ravens started losing last year in the AFCC game, the look on everyone's faces before the game was even over was like the outcome is already set in stone. We'll hug the lead so tight we will lose the game. We just did it again in FedEx field.

    Taking life issues out on a football team I have no control over? You seriously underestimate my power ravens1217....




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    Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    This drives me fucking crazy! Especially at the end of the game; come on! Why not at least TRY to throw a couple deep, maybe you get a play maybe a penalty but at least fucking try!
    I gripe about that ALL the time and again today....throw a couple of bombs and take a chance. There was enough time on the clock to make a couple of plays. They go out there with a half hearted attitude and don't even try! Really ticks me off.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    If he is going to coach like a piece of shit, I am going to give him shit.
    I think he has been coaching like a shit that last 4 years except the defense was able to bailed his sorry ass out. Now he can hide behind the defense anymore.




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    Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    Seriously John, fuck you. Go home and count the Biscuit's money he should have never given you.
    Cap'n, I'm kindasorta with you here except for the anatomical, um, admonition. To quote the screenplay paraphrasing the late lamented Lenny Bruce (Lenny, 1974):
    "Fuck you." Never understood that insult, because fucking someone is actually really pleasant. If we're trying to be mean, we should say "unfuck you!"




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    Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    This team was winning with smoke and mirrors. Truth is they just are not very good. Too many injuries and no depth. The 'next man up' just isn't very good. That isn't harbaugh's fault.

    I'm not ready to start calling him fraudbaugh...yet.
    This is a very accurate statement.

    The Ravens have a slightly above average QB, a below average offensive coordinator & one pro bowl running back. Their skill players are at best average and their OL has one (now injured) very good player. They are the 4th or 5th best team in the AFC and could just as easily be 6-7 or 5-8 right now.

    Ozzie and DeCosta have whiffed and not put together a roster that is capable of overcoming injuries & making an impact. Defensively they've missed on a bunch picks and their philosophy of taking guys off the street to play LB has backfired. Josh Bynes is the best we can do? Really Ozzie?

    I'd say that the franchise is coming to a pretty significant fork in the road. With the roster that they have, for the first time in a very long time I'm not terribly optimistic. I see a lot of holes.




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    Quote Originally Posted by lowrider View Post
    Exactly. I put that one squarely on Joe's shoulders. He has to see that and call time out, or audible to a different formation. Anyone remember the the Polomalu sack in Baltimore that cost us the game?
    Go back and look at that play again. T. Smith was lined up in the left slot. He did a mini post to the goal line and was wide open. It looked like Joe was looking right at him but just held the ball too long. He should have thrown the ball as soon as Torrey came out of his break or just as he got his head turned around. He didn't, held it one beat too long and got nailed as he was throwing it. Think Manning, Brees, Brady, et. al. would have held it too long? I think Flacco's always been a beat behind and seemingly can't overcome it. Cost us the game.




  9. Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenMadness View Post
    Play not to lose mentality = Harbaugh

    Killer instinct = Belicheat
    BINGO!!!




  10. Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by rharris1986 View Post
    That's what's lacking with the Ravens offense - pulling back into a shell playing not to lose.
    This is exactly how I have felt all year! Play not to lose mentality will make you play tentative and you will lose! I am so sick of this crappy way of thinking the Ravens convey every game except the first game against the Bengals.




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    Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by Knox Harrington View Post

    Ozzie and DeCosta have whiffed and not put together a roster that is capable of overcoming injuries & making an impact. Defensively they've missed on a bunch picks and their philosophy of taking guys off the street to play LB has backfired. Josh Bynes is the best we can do? Really Ozzie?

    I'd say that the franchise is coming to a pretty significant fork in the road. With the roster that they have, for the first time in a very long time I'm not terribly optimistic. I see a lot of holes.
    We have multiple Pro-Bowlers out or playing through injury. And we still have nine wins.

    I think they've done ok.




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    Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevlar View Post
    Steelers are mediocre this year. Just like the Ravens. Our whole division seems pretty pathetic.
    It's actually the winningest division in the league




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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitty Hutton View Post
    It's actually the winningest division in the league
    Not after the Detroit/Green Bay game. And how many other divisions is it tied with?




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    Re: Harbs presser after the game.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    This drives me fucking crazy! Especially at the end of the game; come on! Why not at least TRY to throw a couple deep, maybe you get a play maybe a penalty but at least fucking try!
    No kidding. This is Cam Cameron the king of sending everybody deep and he can't find a play that sends everyone down field and gives you a chance to maybe draw a PI. OR better yet score.




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    Quote Originally Posted by seraph View Post
    That's why Flacco should learn how to sight adjust.
    Which he did when it came at him the second time. He hit Boldin for a good gain.

    That however (and I'm not quoting you) was not the ballgame. The Ravens had an 8 point lead with 1:00 left in the game. The defense giving up a touchdown and a 2 point conversion to a backup QB was the ballgame.

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