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    I'm At Least Grateful...



    That this loss wasn't as bad as last weeks was. While the offense was just as bad today, the defense, who had some struggles in the first half, particularly in the second quarter, seemed to be back to their week 1 and 2 selves in the second half. Sadly, even if the defense played just as well in the second quarter, this would of still been a loss due to how pathetic the offense was.





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    Re: I'm At Least Grateful...

    Ben was off - missed some open guys, and Pittsburgh took the air out of the ball a bit once they saw just how awful our offense was. 17 points was their largest win in Baltimore ever (against the Ravens, anyway), and it could have been a lot worse.

    I hear what you're saying, but I'm quite dismayed at the way Bell ran over them.





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    Re: I'm At Least Grateful...

    Quote Originally Posted by jcn35 View Post
    That this loss wasn't as bad as last weeks was. While the offense was just as bad today, the defense, who had some struggles in the first half, particularly in the second quarter, seemed to be back to their week 1 and 2 selves in the second half. Sadly, even if the defense played just as well in the second quarter, this would of still been a loss due to how pathetic the offense was.
    Speak for yourself. There are many of us, myself included, who invested a lot of time and money in seeing the Ravens last week in London, except they never showed up.
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    Re: I'm At Least Grateful...

    It wasn't because Ben is overrated.





  5. Re: I'm At Least Grateful...

    Sorry, but there's nothing to be grateful for our team's performance.
    Especially the offense, but also Pees, who can't adjust when just one player goes down (BWill, OK, fine 2, Urban, as well)
    There's much blame to go around here





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    Re: I'm At Least Grateful...

    Quote Originally Posted by AmericanMoose723 View Post
    Speak for yourself. There are many of us, myself included, who invested a lot of time and money in seeing the Ravens last week in London, except they never showed up.
    Feel exactly the same. I was in London, and while I had a great trip, it was disgusting to see a political protest and the worst performance in team history as far as I was concerned.

    I recall David Modell scouting out Tampa before the first Super Bowl to make everything perfect for the team. Why didn't anyone do something like that before London?

    Still a fan but it was disappointing that my first trip to Europe ended up as a civic disgrace in a way. Yesterday only added to how I feel. Franchise is in a downward spiral and changes need to be made.

    Just my thoughts, take no offense.
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    Re: I'm At Least Grateful...

    After the past few years of watching the Ravens and with their once proud reputation coached into a team with no brand, no identify or seemingly no direction, I'm grateful my hometown has an NFL team again; other than that......
    "Bring me your QB's; the injured, rookies, washed-up, tired huddled masses yearning to be MVP". On the base of the Statue of Harbaugh





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