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  1. #13
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    Re: lis to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans



    OK 12th man, Boomer has put the ball in your court. Now make sure you doi your job. Try a tablespoon of olive oil to loosen up the old vocal cords.




  2. #14

    Re: Listen to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans

    There are only two stadiums that I think could be louder, when their team is playing well. Those two stadiums Arrowhead and the one up in Seattle. M&T is right up there with them.
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    Re: Listen to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    There are only two stadiums that I think could be louder, when their team is playing well. Those two stadiums Arrowhead and the one up in Seattle. M&T is right up there with them.
    I was at Arrow head last year for the playoff game, and I had always heard how tough that place was. IMO it held nothing to the Bank. They pipe in some noise, but it is not louder then M&T.
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  4. #16

    Re: Listen to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans

    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    There are only two stadiums that I think could be louder, when their team is playing well. Those two stadiums Arrowhead and the one up in Seattle. M&T is right up there with them.
    It worked for Seattle last year. I hope it works for the Ravens this year.

    Every group is a wash between these two teams.... except starting QB. Yates will be contending with 70K screaming fans, so Flacco will have no excuse to play like a skiddish squirrel trying to cross the road.
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    Re: Listen to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans

    Quote Originally Posted by SC_Raven_Fan View Post
    It worked for Seattle last year. I hope it works for the Ravens this year.

    Every group is a wash between these two teams.... except starting QB. Yates will be contending with 70K screaming fans, so Flacco will have no excuse to play like a skiddish squirrel trying to cross the road.
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  6. #18

    Re: Listen to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans

    Quote Originally Posted by SC_Raven_Fan View Post
    It worked for Seattle last year. I hope it works for the Ravens this year.

    Every group is a wash between these two teams.... except starting QB. Yates will be contending with 70K screaming fans, so Flacco will have no excuse to play like a skiddish squirrel trying to cross the road.
    I think we see a different Flacco than we've seen in the playoffs in years past.




  7. #19

    Re: Listen to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans

    Boomer played at Maryland, if I am not mistaken....LOL. Who was Mary, anyway?
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    Re: Listen to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans

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  9. #21

    Re: Listen to what Boomer Esiason thinks of Ravens fans

    Not going to be close. The Texans with Yates will not be able to hang with the Ravens for more than a quarter. Cam WILL NOT pull the plug on the offense this time around.

    I think you are going to see a big play from Tyrod Talor (just a gut feeling).




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