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    Angry REMEMBER WHEN I POSTED: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!



    I AM SO SICK AND TIRED OF THIS MOCKERY CALLED THE "BLINDSIDE" MICHAEL OHER PLAYING LEFT TACKLE I AM CLOSE TO NOT WATCHING ANYMORE GAMES!

    AND YES, I AM YELLING AS I AM TYPING THIS!! HOWEVER, I CAN HANDLE HIM AS OUR RIGHT TACKLE
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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    Please post something if you feel the same way I do..




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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    I agree. He can't be worse than Michael Oher.




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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    I do. But it's pointless. Oher is not moving unless KO gets injured. They don't like McKinnie and since they won't just release him, they are just content to let him ride the pine and watch.




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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    If Yanda's injury is as serious as it appears the Ravens can not possibly put Harewood in his place and claim that the 5 best OL are out there.




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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    Many people do, but that time has passed. Should have been done weeks and weeks ago. If Yanda's injury causes him to miss time then I could see them changing the OL configuration and bringing McKinnie on, but we'll see. They aren't going to switch Oher for McKinnie at this time, even if they should, unfortunately.




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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    Many people do, but that time has passed. Should have been done weeks and weeks ago. If Yanda's injury causes him to miss time then I could see them changing the OL configuration and bringing McKinnie on, but we'll see. They aren't going to switch Oher for McKinnie at this time, even if they should, unfortunately.
    can you imagine the meltdown here if big mac comes in and plays better than oher??? i think Harbage will put big mac in the doghouse instead of admitting they were wrong




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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    can you imagine the meltdown here if big mac comes in and plays better than oher??? i think Harbage will put big mac in the doghouse instead of admitting they were wrong
    If this is the case, put someone else at Left Tackle..It would be terrible to think that our coach would flush the season because of his pride in being right




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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tspot-D-Ravenator View Post
    It would be terrible to think that our coach would flush the season because of his pride in being right
    He wouldn't. The fact is, though, that he's nowhere near the point at which he'd be "flushing the season." As I explained in another thread, the Ravens will be in the playoffs unless the Bengals & Stealers play to a tie in Week 16 & win their other two remaining games while the Ravens lose out. The Ravens could lose the next 2 games & still be in a position to win the division (& get a home game) by beating the Bengals in week 17. So far as the postseason is concerned, there is no urgency until then.

    The one thing that might--might--cause Harbaugh to insert McKinnie at LT and move Oher over to RT sooner is the Denver pass rush. The one absolutely sure way to bring this season to a screeching halt is to for Joe to go down, & Von Miller & Dumervil are playing so ferociously that he could get (as they say in Scotland) kilt. Yanda's injury just adds to the urgency & provides a convenient rationale.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    If Yanda's injury is as serious as it appears the Ravens can not possibly put Harewood in his place and claim that the 5 best OL are out there.
    McKinnie may see the field simply out of attrition if Yanda is indeed out.

    And I don't think it's a good thing. Looking at Filmstudy's reports on McKinnie, he's been a hot mess when he's seen the field.

    Combine that and his conditioning, I'm not sure why anyone would clamor for him, Oher's play not withstanding.
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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    I don't think he's been out there enough to pass judgment on him. I believe what Filmstudy says but the guy is only playing a couple snaps a game. Can't get into the game doing that. If he starts/plays extended time, think he'll be a lot better.




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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    McKinnie may see the field simply out of attrition if Yanda is indeed out.

    And I don't think it's a good thing. Looking at Filmstudy's reports on McKinnie, he's been a hot mess when he's seen the field.

    Combine that and his conditioning, I'm not sure why anyone would clamor for him, Oher's play not withstanding.
    yeah. no way in hell do they let a player they think is more talented ride the pine with so much on the line. obviously Mckinnie is a few fries short of a happy meal with a bad work ethic to match. 2nd time in the harbaugh era that the OL had gotten snake bitten by a player who couldnt get it together in the off season




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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    McKinnie may see the field simply out of attrition if Yanda is indeed out.

    And I don't think it's a good thing. Looking at Filmstudy's reports on McKinnie, he's been a hot mess when he's seen the field.

    Combine that and his conditioning, I'm not sure why anyone would clamor for him, Oher's play not withstanding.

    Do you even read his articles? If you (and others that moan about his performance this year) would have actually read them you would realize that for the season he's a combined 42/46 blocks with an aggregate score of around 0.80 to 0.90 per game. I can't tell you he would be playing lights out at that score if he played full time but by the same token you shouldn't be talking about how he's sucked this year when he's scored well when he's been in.


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    @ Phi 2/2 1.00/play
    vs NE 0/1 -1.00/play
    vs Cle 2/2 1.00/play
    @ KC did not play
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    @ Hou 17/17 1.00/play
    @ Cle did not play
    vs Oak 5/6 0.67/play
    @ Pit did not play
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    vs PIT 1/3 -0.33/play
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    Re: Put McKinnie in the game Harbaugh!!

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    McKinnie may see the field simply out of attrition if Yanda is indeed out.

    And I don't think it's a good thing. Looking at Filmstudy's reports on McKinnie, he's been a hot mess when he's seen the field.

    Combine that and his conditioning, I'm not sure why anyone would clamor for him, Oher's play not withstanding.



    Oher may not be very good and having a bit of a slump, but there is no guarantee that McKinnie would be any better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    I don't think he's been out there enough to pass judgment on him. I believe what Filmstudy says but the guy is only playing a couple snaps a game. Can't get into the game doing that. If he starts/plays extended time, think he'll be a lot better.
    Hard to be "a lot better" when you're out of shape.
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