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    Did some players quit on the coaches today?



    some say they did others say they didnt. i think that at some point in the 3rd quarter they did. i didnt even see any scuffles that you usually see when a team is getting blown out.
    seems like some didnt even care by the 3rd quarter.





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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    I felt like I wanted to quit on the team. I told someone I was buying a black raiders Lynch Jersey.... he's the last player in the nfl that reminds me if the ravens

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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    I quit on the team. I stopped watching at halftime and found other stuff to do around the house.





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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    Better yet, did the coaches quit today? WTF was Harbaugh, MM and Pees doing all week? Seeing the sights, freebasing, they certainly were not coming up with a good game plan.
    Last edited by xiao_ke; 09-24-2017 at 09:18 PM.





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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    Quote Originally Posted by xiao_ke View Post
    Better yet, did the coaches quit today? WTF was the Harbaugh, MM and Pees doing all week? Seeing the sights, freebasing, they certainly were not coming up with a good game plan.
    no idea man. how does pees not blitz bortles on every play?





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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    no idea man. how does pees not blitz bortles on every play?
    If you get Bortles flustered or in his head, he is ineffective. And Pees did nothing to put pressure on Bortles all game,





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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    Flacco certainly looked like he was going through the motion. That interception that Ramsey was one of the laziest balls I had ever seen Joe throw. I really don't think Joe cared by the second half





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    Quote Originally Posted by xiao_ke View Post
    If you get Bortles flustered or in his head, he is ineffective. And Pees did nothing to put pressure on Bortles all game,
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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    I think the coaches quit on the coaches. It took them two quarters to go hurry up.
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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    Quote Originally Posted by PerpetuallyBored74 View Post
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    I'm done with Pees he has to go. If this keeps up, the rest of the coaching staff will join Pees in the unemployment line.





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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    There was quitting all around. I'm growing very cool to Flacco, but I might quit behind that rag bag O line. Certainly, it can be argued that Oz quit on the O.
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    Re: Did some players quit on the coaches today?

    Quote Originally Posted by houstonravensfan View Post
    There was quitting all around. I'm growing very cool to Flacco, but I might quit behind that rag bag O line. Certainly, it can be argued that Oz quit on the O.
    I'm convinced that Flacco is hurt a lot worse than the Ravens are letting on. Still, not much you can do when you are behind that line and they abandon the run.





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