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    Overlooked turning point in game



    One big turning point in the game, imo, was the reversal on the 2 point conversion. Seemed like that hurt the momentum we had going. That left the Ravens needing 2 scores, and after that, the run game was pretty much out, and the Steelers knew it. That left an already inconsistent qb, without true playmakers, in a really tough spot.
    Just an observation...





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    Or you could say the quick whistle on the Weddle int. No one would have stopped him.





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    Or, maybe, it was when Flacco arrived at the stadium.





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    nfl replays have been a joke all year. i have no idea how some plays get overturned while others stand.





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    nfl replays have been a joke all year. i have no idea how some plays get overturned while others stand.
    They should be sticking with "stand" more often. Me personally, I'd rather them get rid of replay all together, but that's a separate discussion.





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    Quote Originally Posted by stevez51 View Post
    Or you could say the quick whistle on the Weddle int. No one would have stopped him.
    That's true. I wasn't really saying anything about the call one way or another, just how. It changed the rest of the game. I thought he was in, but it was close. Usually the call stand, but...





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    Quote Originally Posted by bravens23 View Post
    They should be sticking with "stand" more often. Me personally, I'd rather them get rid of replay all together, but that's a separate discussion.
    i noticed that too but some of the overturns are ridiculous





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    The turning point was when the 2017 Ravens took the field.





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongBaldy View Post
    i noticed that too but some of the overturns are ridiculous
    I don't think so. I think in most cases they're completely reasonable.





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    disagree. most of the overturns are redic





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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    I felt like Wallace not bringing in that deep pass down the sideline was pretty deflating. A big play that rarely/never happens anymore for this team.


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    Re: Overlooked turning point in game

    Quote Originally Posted by thetacker View Post
    Or, maybe, it was when Flacco arrived at the stadium.
    the idea that flacco has no playmakers is inccorrect. macklin, wallace, perriman and watson are more than adequate to enable an average quarterback succeed





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