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    May as well sit Torrey today now
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    Re: Ray (Rice) not expected to play

    This makes me furious. We just came off a three game losing streak! The hot team wins in the playoffs and we're resting everyone? What if new england loses their game later on today? Terrible decision harbs, absolutely terrible




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    Quote Originally Posted by rpcfball View Post
    This makes me furious. We just came off a three game losing streak! The hot team wins in the playoffs and we're resting everyone? What if new england loses their game later on today? Terrible decision harbs, absolutely terrible
    If we were a healthy team, I'd agree with you.

    Hard to generate serious momentum when many of your star players are dinged up.

    Getting healthy > Momentum.
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    Re: Ray (Rice) not expected to play

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    May as well sit Torrey today now
    Nope...you'd almost have NOBODY at WR. Reed and Deonte are the second stringers today. Let that sink in for a min...Reed has one career catch. Deonte...does he have any?
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    Re: Ray (Rice) not expected to play

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcfball View Post
    This makes me furious. We just came off a three game losing streak! The hot team wins in the playoffs and we're resting everyone? What if new england loses their game later on today? Terrible decision harbs, absolutely terrible
    The Pats are playing a snow game vs Dolphins.

    Pats in the snow usually makes them Madden Rookie Level blowouts.

    I would bet you 50 dollars the Pats win today EASY.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpcfball View Post
    This makes me furious. We just came off a three game losing streak! The hot team wins in the playoffs and we're resting everyone? What if new england loses their game later on today? Terrible decision harbs, absolutely terrible
    One big injury in a meaningless game and I'm sure that playing the starters would have also made you furious.
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    Re: Ray (Rice) not expected to play

    I assume Harbaugh discussed it with his players. It's usually a team decision, and I can't blame them for wanting a week to heal. This isn't like when Indy rested against the Jets. They weren't banged up to the degree we were. We need the rest. This team does better on rest.

    Why risk Flacco getting smashed all game by Geno Atkins? At any rate I don't look at it as resting the starters so much as it is giving backups more playing time should they be needed in the playoffs.

    I'm sure after the Giants game they're confident in what their offense can do now. This also might be a coaching advantage. Our staff is already familiar with what Pagano and Arians do. But now there's only going to be footage of 2 games of us under Caldwell with our starters.




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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    Nope...you'd almost have NOBODY at WR. Reed and Deonte are the second stringers today. Let that sink in for a min...Reed has one career catch. Deonte...does he have any?
    I really don't care about stats and I don't think Harbs does either.

    If you're going to sit all of the stars, they should go all the way. Can't afford Torrey getting more hurt than he already is.
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    Re: Ray (Rice) not expected to play

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcfball View Post
    This makes me furious. We just came off a three game losing streak! The hot team wins in the playoffs and we're resting everyone? What if new england loses their game later on today? Terrible decision harbs, absolutely terrible
    Lewis, Suggs, Boldin, Ngata, Pollard, Yanda, and Doss all have injuries. Not sure what the problem is...I could see your argument if they were completely healthy.
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    Re: Ray (Rice) not expected to play

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    Ray (Lewis)
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    all inactive
    I figured Suggs wasn't playing because he didn't say BEAST.MODE. on his Facebook page today.




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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    If we were a healthy team, I'd agree with you.

    Hard to generate serious momentum when many of your star players are dinged up.

    Getting healthy > Momentum.
    I could understand resting some d-lineman or something, but why rest the offensive starters? They're trying to get used to a new coordinator! I think we're hurting our playoff chances and am now very worried about Indianapolis




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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    The Pats are playing a snow game vs Dolphins.

    Pats in the snow usually makes them Madden Rookie Level blowouts.

    I would bet you 50 dollars the Pats win today EASY.
    You never know. How would you feel if they lost and we gave our game away?




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    I think we are over thinking this...
    Why play our starters hard against a team in a pointless game, when we may play them 6 days from now? Why show our weapons.... Let the bengals get uses to our backups so when our starters are in next week they are faster etc.

    Either way we will have momentum to start the game...




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    Re: Ray (Rice) not expected to play

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcfball View Post
    I could understand resting some d-lineman or something, but why rest the offensive starters? They're trying to get used to a new coordinator! I think we're hurting our playoff chances and am now very worried about Indianapolis
    For one we need Yanda as healthy as possible for Flacco to be able to stay upright. Also, I wouldn't want to see Boldin or Doss get injured worse in a meaningless game. We need them to be as healthy as possible for the playoffs.




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    Quote Originally Posted by rpcfball View Post
    I could understand resting some d-lineman or something, but why rest the offensive starters? They're trying to get used to a new coordinator! I think we're hurting our playoff chances and am now very worried about Indianapolis
    To stay healthy.

    And yes, we have a new OC but its still Cams system till next year.
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