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    I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans



    that 11 yard first down run by Willis McGahee on that last drive in the 4th quarter That was HUGE
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    Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    PLAY OF THE GAME:

    LOL
    Corey Ivy gave the one of the refs a huge 10 second long hug following KC's game ending incompletion on 4th and 5.

    Did anyone else see this???




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    Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    Quote Originally Posted by Tspot-D-Ravenator View Post
    that 11 yard first down run by Willis McGahee That was HUGE
    got forgotten in the clock-expire commotion but yes; huge yards and stopped the clock. one of the few successful runs that day.
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  4. Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    Quote Originally Posted by Andon View Post
    PLAY OF THE GAME:

    LOL
    Corey Ivy gave the one of the refs a huge 10 second long hug following KC's game ending incompletion on 4th and 5.

    Did anyone else see this???
    Yahoo had a couple of pictures of this on their site, I have not dug deeper, but I hope it wasn't the back judge who was one of the ones responsible for the Play Clock.

    Whoops, I'm sorry I looked now, "NASHVILLE, TN - JANUARY 10: Cornerback Corey Ivy #35 of the Baltimore Ravens hugs back judge Bob Lawing after the Ravens stopped the Tennessee Titans on fourth down to win the game 13-10 during the AFC Divisional Playoff Game on January 10, 2009 at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee."





  5. Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    McGahee's run was huge, but that whole series was littered with POG plays.
    Obvioulsy Heap's catch, Kearse jumping off sides which made McGahee's run a first down, Flacco to Clayton and Stover kicking a 42 yarder. Those were all clutch plays.




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    Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    Leonhard's forced fumble on Crumpler was bigger than any of those.


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    Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    Quote Originally Posted by Tspot-D-Ravenator View Post
    that 11 yard first down run by Willis McGahee That was HUGE
    I loved that play, as Willis HAD to come up big in that situation with L-Train being hobbled at the time.

    But the Play of the game to me was the TD pass from Flacco to D-Mase and even though it was slightly underthrown, Mason was able to grab it and take it to the house, which totally gave the momentum back to the Ravens.

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    Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    There were so many huge plays in that game, it is hard to name just one. But I agree with Ravenous in that the TD pass to Mason got us right back in the game - it was huge!
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    Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    Quote Originally Posted by Andon View Post
    PLAY OF THE GAME:

    LOL
    Corey Ivy gave the one of the refs a huge 10 second long hug following KC's game ending incompletion on 4th and 5.

    Did anyone else see this???
    That was just too funny




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    Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    Not the biggest play of the game, but one that hasn't gotten as much press, was Leonhard's punt return that set us up on the Titan 41.




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    Re: I changed my mind =0]) The play of the game against the Titans

    Quote Originally Posted by camdenyard View Post
    Leonhard's forced fumble on Crumpler was bigger than any of those.
    Hot Sauce was equally responsible for the fumble. Jim hit the ball, but Bart blew his ass up, over, and away. Tackle with malice in the heart.




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