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    Looking at 2009



    I know we still have Dallas and Jax, and quite possibly playoffs, but it doesn't hurt to look ahead. Based on the NFL's scheduling, we will definitely be playing the following teams in '09:

    Squealers (2)
    Browns (2)
    Bengals (2)
    San Diego
    Denver
    Kansas City
    Oakland
    Chicago
    Green Bay
    Detroit
    Minnesota
    Indianapolis - That's 7 times out of the last 8 years!!! (one win)

    And one of the following:
    Miami, New England, NY Jets

    Some of these teams that are weak this year will certainly be stronger next year (San Diego, Oakland, Green Bay....who knows about Detroit?). And New England will certainly be better with Brady back. I hate the fact that we seem to play Indy practically every year, especially since we never match up well with them.

    I know we'll be a strong team next year, but those are some pretty decent teams standing in our way next year. With contracts coming up, we could lose a few of our studs on defense this off-season too.




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    Re: Looking at 2009

    The only games I give a crap about right now in 2009 will be in Jan and Feb !!!

    Lets go RAVENS !! 2008 Season is still OURS !!!

    TAMPA ...... Ravens vs G-Men would FREEKING ROCK !!!

    (mmmmm we are a wild card and we might just have to play Tenn to get to Tampa ..... weird huh?) I CAN HAPPEN !!!!


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    Road trips outside of the AFC North to:

    San Diego
    Oakland
    Green Bay
    Minnesota
    Miami (3 years in a row), New England, or NY
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    Re: Looking at 2009

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenfever_com View Post
    The only games I give a crap about right now in 2009 will be in Jan and Feb !!!
    DITTO!!!
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    Re: Looking at 2009

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    Road trips outside of the AFC North to:

    San Diego
    Oakland
    Green Bay
    Minnesota
    Miami (3 years in a row), New England, or NY
    What about Denver away? That would be a good away game.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen Sevinne View Post
    What about Denver away? That would be a good away game.
    I sure would. I have family in Colorado and have made it to every Denver game at the new Mile High stadium. But I don't think that we would play them this season as a wild card team, and since we play them at home next season, no Denver trips until 2010 at the soonest, and 2012 at the latest.
    In a 2003 BBC poll that asked Brits to name the "Greatest American Ever", Mr. T came in fourth, behind ML King (3rd), Abe Lincoln (2nd) and Homer Simpson (1st).




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    Re: Looking at 2009

    Quote Originally Posted by Galen Sevinne View Post
    What about Denver away? That would be a good away game.
    The Denver game should be here - we played there in '06.

    HOME
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    Kansas City
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    Detroit

    ROAD
    San Diego
    Oakland
    Green Bay
    Minnesota

    T, How are you sure Indy is a home game and AFC East is a roadie?




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    Re: Looking at 2009

    I'd love to travel to Green Bay but I hear getting tix to that place is harder then anywhere in the NFL.
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    Re: Looking at 2009

    Quote Originally Posted by Mista T View Post
    I sure would. I have family in Colorado and have made it to every Denver game at the new Mile High stadium. But I don't think that we would play them this season as a wild card team, and since we play them at home next season, no Denver trips until 2010 at the soonest, and 2012 at the latest.
    ok..I was referring to next season thinking maybe that could be an away game for us.








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    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I'd love to travel to Green Bay but I hear getting tix to that place is harder then anywhere in the NFL.
    my neighbors went to a game in Green Bay this year..said it was the coolest.








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    Re: Looking at 2009

    I went to college in Milwaukee and went to a few Packer games (my roomates family had season tickets). I actually went to the NFC championship against the Panthers, the year they won the Superbowl against the Patriots. It was AMAZING. Can't wait to experience that in Baltimore some day soon!
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    Re: Looking at 2009

    we will draft a CB and hopefully a WR early

    or end up just taking the best player on the board




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