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    Oher is a bum



    i cant believe that McKinnie can be worse than this bum...even troy pointed out that its easy to beat this guy just push him back and make an inside move and you get to the qb.
    also the penalties/mental mistakes are inexcusable in week 16.




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    That wasn't a false start and bless the changed the chop block rule I thought you could move laterally one man and it be legal. Ie lt and lg. lg and lt or centre. But if the lt cut the centres man its a flag?

    I'd also say that I thought oher committed to the chop before Reid was anywhere near him, I'd didn't think he was engaged.




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    That hold was excusable too, if he hadn't held, Flacco would've gotten leveled. He had no choice IMO
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    McKinnie is the bum, as he can't be bothered to put in any effort.

    As for Oher, he had a great game today. he had one holding call where Umenyora beat him to the inside. Other than that no problems. The false start was nonsense and the chop block was Reid's fault and a dubious call.

    That said, Oher needs to have these kinds of games more often, preferably every week instead of every 4-5 weeks or so. It also helps when the rest of the offense has a clue and the line isn't expected to be flawless for 5+ seconds every play.




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    Re: Oher is a bum

    so are you guys fine with oher or maybe see big mac for a few series?
    mb that will put a fire under his ass




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    Re: Oher is a bum

    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    so are you guys fine with oher or maybe see big mac for a few series?
    mb that will put a fire under his ass
    He payed well today contrary to what you thought




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    Re: Oher is a bum

    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    so are you guys fine with oher or maybe see big mac for a few series?
    mb that will put a fire under his ass
    Here we go again. The problem is there is no fire under McKinnie's ass to begin with. If Oher is such a bum, why can't McKinnie beat him out?

    Oh let me guess... the doghouse. Harbs would rather lose than use the better player. RIGHT. Got it.




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    I am fine with big mac playing as soon as he starts practicing hard. Loafing in practice makes it easy to keep him on the bench. And loafing in practice because you don't think you are going to play is no excuse.




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    Re: Oher is a bum

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    That hold was excusable too, if he hadn't held, Flacco would've gotten leveled. He had no choice IMO
    They called the hold but missed the headslap by the Giants Dlinemen. Oher played well today and he truly was victimized by some horrible officiating




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    I see your point.... Oher does get beat an awful lot... Seems like he can't slide off his initial block to well to pick up the secondary blitzes




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    Quote Originally Posted by Haloti92 View Post
    McKinnie is the bum, as he can't be bothered to put in any effort.
    My feelings exactly. Oher is not a great LT. He is average at best, but McKinney is the one who really pisses me off because he doesn't have balls to be a man and fight for his starting position.
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    You are ALWAYS going to get 4-5 huge mental gaffes by Oher every game, just hope it doesn't cost you game is all.




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    Yep I agree, it's all on McKinnie. Sorry don't believe in the "doghouse", I will say that MAYBE Harb's will sit a guy if he's not playing up to potential, like what Ellerbe got early last year. But McKinnie is such a lazy turd he can't beat out one of the worst LT's in the game. THIS is all on him, PERIOD.

    That being said they need to move Oher to LG and figure out somethin to do with LT this offseason. And next year leyt that be the deciding factor on whether or not to give him even a small contract. If he can play well and will take mid grade guard/tackle money that would be a win win for all.




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    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    i cant believe that McKinnie can be worse than this bum...even troy pointed out that its easy to beat this guy just push him back and make an inside move and you get to the qb.
    also the Wpenalties/mental mistakes are inexcusable in week 16.
    Like it was mentioned the false start was an awful call. Oher is not the one who came into camp 25lbs overweight. Harbaugh can't reward bad behavior and Mckinnie is the poster child for "bad behavior". With all of his off the field woes, the Ravens have been pretty protective on his behalf. He should be grateful.




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    That series with Oher's 3 penalties was actually 1 penalty & 2 BS calls. He didn't have a false start & he blocked the defender low prior to Reid touching the same defender. As said earlier, if he didn't hold, Flacco would've gotten nailed. I will say, however, that if he held on any longer, he looked like he was engaging the Hemlich.

    As for McKinnie, what's going on? Isn't the money he's getting sued for by the strip clubs more than his salary? Also, if he is a lazy practice player, why not fine him to get his butt in gear? Didn't the Cards fine Darnell Dockett 6 figures for insubordination regarding letting the other team score so they could get the ball back. I would think that threatening a guy with fines when he's so far in the hole might motivate him. I'm wondering if there's something else going on.




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