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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts



    And our defense didn't hold a fourth quarter lead (early, but a fourth quarter lead), and had problems stopping third downs, allowing the two TDs.
    What? They held Manning to 17 points and you complain about the defense?




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts

    Succop on for the winner: its good! Steelers lose!!




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts

    Quote Originally Posted by RavensInBrazil View Post
    What? They held Manning to 17 points and you complain about the defense?
    OriAl complains about everybody every game. Just ignore him.

    Succop connects, and helps our chances a lot. And to think, he was supposed to be a Raven. Damn.

    There's still a shot - anything can happen. Win next week, and you're arguably in the drivers seat for a spot.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    Ok, enough with the Stover to win the game crap.

    Cundiff was our stover today...our ENTIRE offense. With a different kicker, Indy probably still wins that game. Yeah he missed one which was a bad snap, can't really blame him entirely for that.

    Once again, kicker is just the easiest point to blame...Blame the offense playcalling, blame Ed Reed for his lateral crap, blame coaching...but Stover being on either side of the ball wouldn't have mattered today.
    Thank you!

    Cundiff today kicked 5, count them FIVE field goals today. He had to kick them because our offense couldn't find the fucking endzone even being less than a yard away from it.

    A YARD AWAY!!!!!

    And while I realize the Steelers lost now, the Jaguars won. That puts both the Steelers and the Jags at 6-4. Not to mention if the Texans win today they will also be 6-4.

    I believe we would need to run the table completely to get in, and that' sjust not going to happen.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts

    Our D wasn't bad, but we had some gifts on those turnovers. If it was Clark making that goalline catch, he doesn't fumble and this game was nowhere near as close as he would've had the TD. And we gave up a LOT to their WRs, so they had a lot of chances to get FGs.




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    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    Thank you!

    Cundiff today kicked 5, count them FIVE field goals today. He had to kick them because our offense couldn't find the fucking endzone even being less than a yard away from it.

    A YARD AWAY!!!!!

    And while I realize the Steelers lost now, the Jaguars won. That puts both the Steelers and the Jags at 6-4. Not to mention if the Texans win today they will also be 6-4.

    I believe we would need to run the table completely to get in, and that' sjust not going to happen.
    We need to go 11-5 to get it? I doubt it. 10-6 gets us in. We win out minus the game at Pitt and we're in.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts

    Screw this all to hell!!!!! Bring back Marchibroda, bring back Jim Harbaugh, hell, bring back Stoney F*ckin' Case, for all I care!!!!


    Good teams find ways to win, mediocre teams find ways to hang on, and lose in the end. Bad teams find ways to screw the pooch coming outta the locker room. We ain't the first, but we certainly aren't the last either.

    Let's face it, one decent cornerback and we win 3 of the five that we have lost. IMHO

    F*ck it...it's martini time....'Kids, ya on your own for dinner....Daddy's crying in his glass!!!'
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    And Cleveland managed to lose their game

    LOOOOL




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    I'll give you, we're seeing a team much better than 2007 Ravens. We've got an offense that can move the ball, a D that still plays very good at times, and at worst average at other times...and now we have a dependable kicker.

    The problem is we can't call ourselves a good team until we can put together a complete game. All we do in these close games is play well enough to lose by a little. To really make the next step, the coaches and players need to find a way to push those extra 5 yards (or 1 yard in the case of our goal line stall)
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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts

    Quote Originally Posted by UKRavenGordon View Post
    We need to go 11-5 to get it? I doubt it. 10-6 gets us in. We win out minus the game at Pitt and we're in.
    I disagree. Sorry, but I don't believe 10 wins will get it. And I'm not even convinced at this point we can get to 10. There are two many other teams right now playing better than we are that will get in before us. And we have to play Pittsburgh twice.

    Tell me what you saw today, in addition to the last weeks, that makes you believe we sweep the Steelers. It took KC 27 points in OT to do it.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts

    Quote Originally Posted by RvnFanInIndy View Post
    Let's face it, one decent cornerback and we win 3 of the five that we have lost. IMHO
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    And if I shit gold bricks I'd be a gazillionare.

    Seriously, woulda-coulda-shoulda.




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    Oh yeah, I forgot we likely lost Fabian for the season.

    So guess who takes the spot of Webb when he is bumped into the starters...Frank Walker or Chris Carr.

    How you feel about Mike Wallace in FFL next week?
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    Carr probably.

    BTW, once again, outside of Derrick Mason, guess who was our next best receiver on the team?

    If you guessed Ray Rice, you were correct.

    Todd Heap, who had only 2 catches himself, has as many catches as Kelley Washington and Mark Clayton combined.

    Hell, LJ Smith had as many catches as either of those two.

    Am I the only one now getting tired of that as well? None of these guys were redzone threats either.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Colts

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    And if I shit gold bricks I'd be a gazillionare.

    Seriously, woulda-coulda-shoulda.
    OK, now then, let's set something straight here. I am not one of these people who lament over what could have been. I am not, nor have I ever, bemoaned the loss of one player to free-agency or retirement, or the salary cap. I am not one of these idio....excuse me, fans, crying for Stover, or for a new OC.

    I wasn't trying to play the woulda-shoulda-coulda game. I was simply stating a fact. The fact is that in reality, this team is good, and is simply 1 player away from being very, very good....in my opinion.
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