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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    I got this Jay Z joint playin in my head but i see Flacco.highlights in it "ALLOW ME TP REINTRODUCE MYSELF MY NAME JOE!"
    Love it. Joe was simply oozing with swag from the minute he took the field. It looked like we were watching a completely different football team on offense. The pass pro was solid and Jot for the ball out fast. He was just so decisive--I don't know that we've ever seen him be that decisive with where football.




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    Defense had most of us freaking the f##k out early on, but they got their legs eventually and turned into the unit we know. Ray and Ed too old? Two biggest plays of the game were the Reed pick-six and Ray's strip.

    The offense. Oh, the offense. I haven't been this excited about a Ravens offense since I made out with Todd Heap in a dream six years ago.
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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleApocalypse37 View Post
    ... Say what?

    NTTAWWT
    Who didn't want to make out with Todd Heap after he beat the Chargers?




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by goodandfast View Post
    Love it. Joe was simply oozing with swag from the minute he took the field. It looked like we were watching a completely different football team on offense. The pass pro was solid and Jot for the ball out fast. He was just so decisive--I don't know that we've ever seen him be that decisive with where football.
    At one point I was thinking to myself - the Ravens had that kind of confidence that comes from 4 consecutive years in the playoffs. The Bengals looked good at times, but just didn't have the "Right Stuff". I was kinda freaked out - the Ravens are that dominant franchise now that expect to win and do. If this continues, it's gonna be a helluva season.




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by goodandfast View Post
    Love it. Joe was simply oozing with swag from the minute he took the field. It looked like we were watching a completely different football team on offense. The pass pro was solid and Jot for the ball out fast. He was just so decisive--I don't know that we've ever seen him be that decisive with where football.
    man i still cant believe what took place, who woukd have thought that Theee Baltimore Ravens have a high powered offense?? Im still in shock.




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by GaTechRavens View Post
    Who didn't want to make out with Todd Heap after he beat the Chargers?
    I wanted to make out with Torrey Smith after the Stealers game last November.

    It was truly a thing of beauty watching the O tonight.
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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by bmoreravengirl View Post
    I wanted to make out with Torrey Smith after the Stealers game last November.
    Me too, but my wife was sitting next to me and would have been pissed.




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    ...but wait, we wasn't suppose to have a pass rush, what happened? Oh yeah that was pre season.
    "What would you give for the man beside you?"




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleApocalypse37 View Post
    ... Say what?

    NTTAWWT
    I ain't a dude, dude!




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    alien-
    Oh, I suspect she'd get over it.....eventually!




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by Lime in the Coconut View Post
    Courtney Upshaw really had a nice game as well. Forced the Ed INT and was stout in the run game.
    That looked like Arthur Jones to me, if youre talking about the pressure up the middle on the stunt who forced the early throw that Ed Reed returned.

    Edit: No, definitely Upshaw after watching the replay. My bad!
    Last edited by downside52; 09-11-2012 at 09:34 AM.




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    What this team has become is multiple and its out of necessity. In this NFL you just can't be defense first with a strong running game and efficient passing. While you have good teams like the 9ers that are built like that the odds are that they won't be able to get over the hump.

    Being is explosive is what is going to get it done and put real fear into their opponents.




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    I am a tad bit concerned about the pass rush still.

    Dalton had far too much time for a QB that has a banged up O line and a center that was selling insurance two weeks ago. I can't tell if it was scheme or lack of a true pass rusher. As expected, they doubled Ngata every chance they got, thus magnifying the loss of Suggs even more.

    But overall, very impressed with the team as a whole and I LOVE what I saw from Joe. He is now authentic-worthy and my next jersey purchase will be his for sure.
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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    I am a tad bit concerned about the pass rush still.

    Dalton had far too much time for a QB that has a banged up O line and a center that was selling insurance two weeks ago. I can't tell if it was scheme or lack of a true pass rusher. As expected, they doubled Ngata every chance they got, thus magnifying the loss of Suggs even more.

    But overall, very impressed with the team as a whole and I LOVE what I saw from Joe. He is now authentic-worthy and my next jersey purchase will be his for sure.
    We could barely generate much pass rush on Dalton last year with Suggs anyway, he throws the ball away so quick.




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    Re: Welcome to a new era of Baltimore Ravens football

    Quote Originally Posted by leachisabeast View Post
    We could barely generate much pass rush on Dalton last year with Suggs anyway, he throws the ball away so quick.
    Ok, then it should have been easier this year with their center. I just didn't see it.

    Next game, IMO, will be the true test.
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