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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)



    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    Boldin would look so cool in Orange & Black.
    Dang it CC... Get yer own Boldin.... <laughing>

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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Simply put, Boldin makes Flacco a better quarterback.




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by alien bird View Post
    Simply put, Boldin makes Flacco a better quarterback.
    ^THIS!

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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Jamal also had a 2K+ yard season while in purple and black. That's nothing to sneeze at. Personally, I put him in my personal ROH for the 295 yard Browns game, alone. Damn, that was fun.




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Mason had pretty great single games too. And you want to talk about a team player, do you remember the Dallas game where he seperated his shoulder, yet went out and caught a TD and played remainder of the game with one arm basically DANGLING?

    But again, I think he's a borderline case. I think the fact that the Ravens had the retirement press conference with him could work in his favor, as obviously we were in agreement about having it to celebrate his time as a Raven. I could see the argument on either side.

    Boldin has a ring and his character over Mason. With some more stats, he moves into slam dunk category for me.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    Boldin would look so cool in Orange & Black.
    Now that I think about it, Boldin is exactly the type of player I think the Bengals need to take more steps forward. They lack toughness against more physical teams and they lack veteran leadership. You are welcome to correct me if I am wrong.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Derrick Mason did a lot for the Baltimore community as well and showed toughness on the field. However, I do not think that Jamal's attitude, late his career, rivals Mason's.
    "When questioned, the Elders explained that they were in search of magical powers. However, they're actually searching for the whereabouts of a certain ring. This ring is a legendary treasure that long ago was known to exist"




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Anquan Boldin's comments, in response to a question about Cam Cameron, were intriguing. He gave off the sense that he felt the team would have won, in spite of Cam Cameron, had he not been fired.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Boldin playing for the Ravens next year would cause heartburn for opposing Dc's. Flacco would have the same receivers for 3 years in a row, has that ever happened for him before(beside Heap and Mason)? I mean 3 receivers who are healthy most of the season and can stretch the field.




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by lovefootball View Post
    Boldin playing for the Ravens next year would cause heartburn for opposing Dc's. Flacco would have the same receivers for 3 years in a row, has that ever happened for him before(beside Heap and Mason)? I mean 3 receivers who are healthy most of the season and can stretch the field.
    It has become a case of pick your poison. Either you are going to double Torrey and get beat by Boldin (Single coverage) and Pitta (On a LB), or you are going to stack the box more and get beat deep by Torrey.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    It has become a case of pick your poison. Either you are going to double Torrey and get beat by Boldin (Single coverage) and Pitta (On a LB), or you are going to stack the box more and get beat deep by Torrey.
    If they drop down deep, Pierce and Rice will also have field days.




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    If they drop down deep, Pierce and Rice will also have field days.
    Then, when you least expect it, Jones or whoever replaces him will likely get you for a play a game, and a big one at that.
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Maybe Streeter? J Jones said on NFL Access last night, the Ravens have faster people coming up(I believe that's what he said).




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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    If they even come close to developing Streeter to contribute.....
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    Re: Boldin says he will retire if released (Merged)

    Streeter is a wild card. He could be one of those guys that just fades away without ever making a peep, or could turn into something unique.

    He could be a monster redzone threat, but Flacco seems to have such comfort with Pitta down there it might be hard to squeeze him in.

    Flacco supposedly handpicked Doss and Doss really failed to come on this year. He needs to get his head on straight and double down his focus.

    Thank goodness Torrey turned out to be good. It seems our WR draft struggles continue.




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