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  1. #517

    Re: Time to get rid of Harbaugh



    Quote Originally Posted by Goode05 View Post
    How could that be possible against our rebuild and revamped D????
    I don't know, but it is. What does that say about Flacco?





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    Re: Time to get rid of Harbaugh

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    That Flacco is done
    I'll always feel we'll never know just how good Flacco could have been. I feel that the FO and coaches set him up to fail. I was watching Brady conferring with McDaniels and it was something, one of many things Flacco never had.
    Running up posts since Oct '17 with meaningless comments because, well, what else is there to do with this team, whoa, wait, what? Playoffs?





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    Re: Time to get rid of Harbaugh

    Quote Originally Posted by Money227 View Post
    I don't know, but it is. What does that say about Flacco?
    This whole thing is a dumpster fire. Everyone knew it would be. Roman should have either been brought in to be OC or not brought in. This is a mess starts with the FO not getting players to actually run a WC offense (which brings another question why does Harbs even want a wc offense seems like he wants to run power and play action off of it with a qb that throws deep with deep receivers shouldn't we be running AC??) to Harbs for thinking this would work. Let Marty call what he want when he wants. No more running into the middle in first down for no gain. It's time to try something new. I'm on board with just going into the gun and see if that can spark something. Can't keep trying the same shit and expecting something different. The old ne just isn't good enough for ground n pound (either are the backs)


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  4. #520

    Re: Time to get rid of Harbaugh

    Quote Originally Posted by DonNMass View Post
    I'll always feel we'll never know just how good Flacco could have been. I feel that the FO and coaches set him up to fail. I was watching Brady conferring with McDaniels and it was something, one of many things Flacco never had.
    I think we know how exactly he could have been. He could have been Eli Manning. 2014 is a perfect season to look at (Joe's best year). Joe and Eli were virtually identical except Eli had more throws and 500 more yards. Give Joe that #1 WR and he would have been right with Eli's numbers.

    It's actually uncanny how similar Joe and Eli are.





  5. #521

    Re: Time to get rid of Harbaugh

    Quote Originally Posted by Goode05 View Post
    This whole thing is a dumpster fire. Everyone knew it would be. Roman should have either been brought in to be OC or not brought in. This is a mess starts with the FO not getting players to actually run a WC offense (which brings another question why does Harbs even want a wc offense seems like he wants to run power and play action off of it with a qb that throws deep with deep receivers shouldn't we be running AC??) to Harbs for thinking this would work. Let Marty call what he want when he wants. No more running into the middle in first down for no gain. It's time to try something new. I'm on board with just going into the gun and see if that can spark something. Can't keep trying the same shit and expecting something different. The old ne just isn't good enough for ground n pound (either are the backs)


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    I hear you, but Joe will probably have his worst season ever if they go that route (if he even makes it through). This year is a shame, because their schedule is pretty freaking easy and the division is horrible.





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    Re: Time to get rid of Harbaugh

    Quote Originally Posted by Money227 View Post
    I hear you, but Joe will probably have his worst season ever if they go that route (if he even makes it through). This year is a shame, because their schedule is pretty freaking easy and the division is horrible.
    He's going to have his worst season anyway and I don't think he's going to make it through.


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  7. #523

    Re: Time to bench Joseph Vincent Flacco

    yo smoove ravens PR Alert





  8. #524

    Re: Time to get rid of Harbaugh

    Quote Originally Posted by Goode05 View Post
    He's going to have his worst season anyway and I don't think he's going to make it through.


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    Worse than 2013??? Certainly possible...





  9. #525

    Re: Time to get rid of Harbaugh

    Quote Originally Posted by HbgPARavenfan View Post
    Not an argument for flacco... but I tho.k we need playmakers first. They should.. emphasis on should... be easier to find.

    Look at KC. Alex smith looks like a madden qb with all those weapons

    Finding a qb is hard. If there is a day 1 starter at hb or wr (lol) we need to take them

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    Saw CBS predicting we get Barkley in round 1.

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  10. #526

    Re: Time to bench Joseph Vincent Flacco

    Beat me to it

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    Re: Time to bench Joseph Vincent Flacco

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    yo smoove ravens PR Alert
    lol wait til Sunday Baldy.





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    Re: Time to bench Joseph Vincent Flacco

    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    lol wait til Sunday Baldy.
    its been fun. they got the fam on here lol





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