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  1. #37
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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks



    All year...we have to fight injuries to half of our starters and have to fight the officials. It started with the 1st game of the year with the phantom Heap PI call and has continued all year. Fucking ridiculous.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Regardless of what happens in this game, Troy Smith has a hell of an arm!!! That throw from the endzone was at least 50yds!!! I'm impressed with his play so far and if he had a little help from his wide receivers (Clayton!!), he be doing a little better.......

    Oh, and we got screwed by that fumble call!!




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    No fumble...SCREWED AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!


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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    That's just crap officiating, that's an easy call on the field and a very easy call off the tape. It's clear that the ball comes out as Patrick Kerney comes in and lays him out ON THE GROUND!

    Crap call by the refs.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    And now an almost pick.

    Wow. Another short throw in front of the 1st down marker. Awesome.


    Of course, if this was Boller playing it would be all his fault.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    That's a good play by Trufant.

    Not a great design, not awful design, but just a good play by the DB.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    That was a typical Billick play. 3rd and 5 and he calls for a 3 yard pass.

    Fucking Billick!!! I hate that motherfucker!!!!




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    3rd and 5 and he calls for a 3 yard pass.
    We don't know what he called. Could have been a checkdown.

    It's the system. This whole offensive system stinks so bad it would knock a buzzard off a shitwagon 50 yards away.


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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    I am going to go postal soon! Barnes was off his feet going for the tackle when Hassleback finally stepped out of bounds. There is no way he can stop. Another bullshit call!




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Quote Originally Posted by camdenyard View Post
    We don't know what he called. Could have been a checkdown.

    It's the system. This whole offensive system stinks so bad it would knock a buzzard off a shitwagon 50 yards away.
    True, but IMO, that play happened too quickly for it to be a checkdown. It looked like a designed play right from the snap.

    Knock a buzzard off a shitwagon? LMAO!!




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Quote Originally Posted by camdenyard View Post
    We don't know what he called. Could have been a checkdown.

    It's the system. This whole offensive system stinks so bad it would knock a buzzard off a shitwagon 50 yards away.

    True the deeper routes could've been well covered. But on 3rd and 5 why not call a play that has all your routes go at least 5 yards.
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    It was a fine call. I like Barnes as a pass rushing specialist but he needs to cut down on those late hit calls.
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    His definitions and arguments were so clear in his own mind that he was unable to understand how any reasonable person could honestly differ with him.




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