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  1. #61

    Re: Predict Ravens record



    I have them at 13-3.

    AFC North Champs and a 1st round bye.




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    Re: Predict Ravens record

    I would have to see how the first teams perform during the preseason. I expect some rust and players not being in shape due to the lockout. Also note that John Harbaugh spoke on "revamping" the offense and I feel as if it will take some time to implement the system and have it running on all cylinders will probably take a couple weeks or so.

    I do not like having a bye week so early in the season because then you have a lot of games left to play, I liked it last year when it was during the half way point of the season. I hope they improved the players conditioning on defense and the bonus of young guys stepping up (Smith, Webb, Cody, Kindle, etc; ) should help the defense from not getting too winded and added youth to the defense.

    I want to say 9-7, but I really like all the moves the Ravens made in the off season so I'll bump it up to 10-6.




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    Re: Predict Ravens record

    10-6




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    Re: 2011 Ravens record

    Quote Originally Posted by Knox Harrington View Post
    Ok, now that the roster looks to be about 90% complete- what are the predictions around these parts for the Ravens. I'll predict a 12-4 record and another trip to the playoffs. But I could also very easily see the Ravens dropping a couple of games in this schedule they're supposed to win. I think this team has a good combo of veteran leaders and young guys ready to make an impact.

    Sun. Sept. 11 PITTSBURGH STEELERS- WIN
    Sun. Sept. 18 Tennessee Titans- WIN
    Sun. Sept. 25 St. Louis Rams- WIN
    Sun. Oct. 2 NEW YORK JETS- WIN
    Sun. Oct. 16 HOUSTON TEXANS- WIN
    Mon. Oct. 24 Jacksonville Jaguars-WIN
    Sun. oct. 30 ARIZONA CARDINALS- WIN
    Sun. NOV. 6 Pittsburgh Steelers- LOSS
    Sun. Nov. 13 Seattle Seahawks- LOSS
    Sun. Nov. 20 CINCINNATI BENGALS- WIN
    Thurs. NOV. 24 SAN FRANCISCO- WIN
    Sun. Dec. 4 Cleveland Browns- LOSS
    Sun. Dec. 11 Indianapolis Colts- WIN
    Sun. Dec. 18 San Diego Chargers- LOSS
    Sat . Dec. 24 Cleveland Browns- WIN
    Sun. Jan. 1 Cincinnati Bengals- WIN
    I look at that schedule and I only see 1 loss. Which means I am to confident in the Ravens and I am underestimating the competition. I am a homer.




  5. #65

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    I think 10-6.




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    Re: Predict Ravens record

    I think we have a very good shot at the AFCN.

    But if it's tooth and nail like it always is with the Steelers, we need to win against Houston and San Diego.

    They could be direct competition if it comes down to a wild card...




  7. #67

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    Unless they pick up a free agent or two to fill gaps (RT, pass rusher) it's likely to be a mini-rebuilding-getting 2nd year guys experience- year.

    10-6




  8. #68

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    First time in the six or seven years we've been doing this, that i have no idea. I have to think they can get at least ten with this schedule. Since you'll redo this thread after preseason, i'll go 10-6, until the roster is filled out. The o-line and recievers are really a question mark though. Reid, Kindle, Cody, Birk, and Jimmy Smith will tell the story of which way they're going.




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    Re: Predict Ravens record

    No problem, the redo thread does give an opportunity to recalibrate perspectives.

    On a more important note, I trust your health is in good order?




  10. #70

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Petard View Post
    No problem, the redo thread does give an opportunity to recalibrate perspectives.

    On a more important note, I trust your health is in good order?
    Beau-
    You're a sage, how did you know? Trying to stay positive, been a rough couple of months.




  11. #71

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    Above all else, stay positive, Sean.





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    Re: Predict Ravens record

    13- 3 regular season. 4- 0 preseason. (I hope!)




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    Re: Predict Ravens record

    Quote Originally Posted by Hoot View Post
    13- 3 regular season. 4- 0 preseason. (I hope!)
    How 'bout "4-0 postseason" or "3-0 postseason" depending on whether we get a bye or not.
    90% of the game is half mental




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    Re: Predict Ravens record

    Making this prediction based on what we have now and not what we might end up actually having. Concerned about the RT,WR and backup RB. Also concerned with not having added any proven commodity to the pass rush.

    Steelers L
    @ Titans W
    @ Rams L
    Jets L
    bye
    Texans L
    @ Jaguars W
    Cardinals W
    @ Steelers L
    @ Seahawks W
    Bengals W
    49ers W
    @ Browns W
    Colts L
    @ Chargers L
    Browns W
    @ Bengals W

    So 9-7 no playoffs. Will be a slow start to the season with a better 2nd half. If we add pieces especially at WR and DE then I can see 3 more wins easily.




  15. #75

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    It really does depend on whether me get Osi and whether we resign Le'Ron (my choice) again. The needed WR is still dangling and the uncertainty of Cam's play calling puts this at 10-6. With Osi signed (which I doubt will happen) and Le'Ron completing the 1,2,3 punch in our backfield and a quality wide out that can stretch the field we could go 12-4. 12-4 is very possible because with an elite running game they'll sustain drives and won't hand the ball over.




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