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  1. #31
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    Re: Make ESPN recognize the Ravens



    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    I just read on twitter this is the first time since 2001 the SB winning team didn't win any awards.

    Guess who won the SB that year? We did.

    So typical.

    Just like we got robbed out of opening at home too after both of our SB wins. Again, typical.
    If that's true it really speaks to the absurdity of the level of disrespect the Ravens get. They were showing their bias for the Heat full stop. I mean, come on, no way was there a better game this year than the Broncos game. No way was there a better championship performance than Flacco, which reached statistical heights not seen in over twenty years.




  2. #32
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    Re: Make ESPN recognize the Ravens

    All ESPN cares about are the Heat, Lakers, Yankees, Red Sox and Tebow - not necessarily in that order.

    Not surprised at all that the Ravens got shut out, and honestly, who really cares?




  3. #33

    Re: Make ESPN recognize the Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by PainServer52 View Post
    Can't say I really care about the ESPYs but I am a little surprised Ravens-Broncos didn't win the award for best game, I thought we had that one locked up. Must be all the Heat bandwagon fans out there.
    I totally agree. How can you not have the Division playoff game that had 4 game tying scores and 2 OT periods (although Justin Tucker did kick the game winning FG as the second OT started) to decide the winner not be the greatest game of 2012?

    Maybe I'm just not a basketball fan, but the Heat vs. Spurs game 6 was pretty good. It did force a game 7 to decide the NBA Champion, which may be why it got the nod over an NFL divisional playoff game.

    I don't know how Joe Flacco didn't win Best Playoff Performance with his 11 TDs 0 INTs considering that that stat matched Joe Montana's playoff performance, while many consider Montana to be one of the greatest QBs ever. All I remember hearing was how a lot of sports analysts thought LeBron James was just adequate during the NBA Finals, so how did he win it over a playoff run for the ages?


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  4. #34
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    Re: Make ESPN recognize the Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by Strange Bru View Post
    I don't know how Joe Flacco didn't win Best Playoff Performance with his 11 TDs 0 INTs considering that that stat matched Joe Montana's playoff performance, while many consider Montana to be one of the greatest QBs ever. All I remember hearing was how a lot of sports analysts thought LeBron James was just adequate during the NBA Finals, so how did he win it over a playoff run for the ages?
    Because fan voting was done in June/July, not February.




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