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    486 Yards of Offense



    When is the last time a Ravens defense allowed almost 500 yards of offense against them?
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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    It's flacco's fault!!!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Corvo View Post
    It's flacco's fault!!!!
    You've got it wrong, everything is Cams fault.

    Those 3 man rushes and plain vanilla looks are worriesome. Brady is one of the best at post snap reads and he's coming off a loss. Hope they do some schemin'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    You've got it wrong, everything is Cams fault.

    Those 3 man rushes and plain vanilla looks are worriesome. Brady is one of the best at post snap reads and he's coming off a loss. Hope they do some schemin'
    Defensive play calling was garbage. Period.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    You've got it wrong, everything is Cams fault.
    Well, trotting the offense out for another 3 & out never helps.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    What pisses me off is that the Eagles had two new OL come off the bench. How do you not try to take advantage of that?

    How many times does Celek have to run free through the secondary before SOMEONE ANYONE, even gets remotely close to covering him?

    Why the fuck are there shots of the Eagles in the shotgun offense and NONE of our corners are even in the fucking picture?




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    This guys Pees, for all of the hype coming out about how smart he is, looked pretty dumb to me. So we now have two coordinators who are so brilliant they out smart themselves. Just get me a fucking coach who makes adjustments. We are going to lose by 21 next week




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    You've got it wrong, everything is Cams fault.

    Those 3 man rushes and plain vanilla looks are worriesome. Brady is one of the best at post snap reads and he's coming off a loss. Hope they do some schemin'
    Really? You liked his gameplan/calls today? Wow!




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Quote Originally Posted by Corvo View Post
    It's flacco's fault!!!!




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    The signs for this being a defense that we wouldn't recocnize has were there since the preseason.

    We have 2 of the biggest CB's in the league, but instead of utilizing their size to jam, we have them play 10 fucking yards off the ball where agile WR's have a pretty clear advantage.

    Obviously, the pass rush was awful today. I was willing to give them somewhat of a pass last week as Dalton was consistently getting rid of the ball quickly.

    Vick consistently was able to hold the ball for 4+ seconds just waiting for guys to get open against our slow LB's.

    I will say that we did a better job against the run today than I initially thought we would...we didn't shut them down, but we didn't really get gashed.

    But I think it's obvious that this isn't the Ravens defense we are accustomed to seeing.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    I wonder if Pees is rushing 3 because he feels that the his outside linebackers have such a small chance at getting through that they might as well do other things. Might be time to work out Andre Carter
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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    Looks like we gave up 483 in that first Bengals game last year for whatever that's worth.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    No pass rush depth, terrible D coordinator, CB's playing 10 yds off...eagles were able to take our WR mostly out of the game by pressing but I guess that's a bad strategy according to our D coor.




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    They needed to rush more, they rushed 3 to often and whenever they rushed 4 or more Vick was under pressure and got hit or was not able to do anything.

    The problem with Big CBs jamming smaller WRs is they are quick and if they beat it they are alone and sometimes without a safety nearby.

    Keep in mind Smith is 6 ft. Boldin is 6 ft 1.5 and Jones is 6 ft 2.

    Phillys WRs are 5 ft 10 at best. so harder to play press but they were not the ones who burnet us it was the TE who was left wide open because the LBs were to concerned about Vick. It takes 1 LB to spy on him not 3




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    Re: 486 Yards of Offense

    The tpye WRs with speed you Jam are the bigger ones (Green, Wallace, A. Johnson, H Nicks, D Bryant) as the CB has more body to work with.

    if you try to jam a 5 ft 10 speedster and he gets around you its a big play.

    Look at the numbers on Macklin and Jackson aside from one deep ball to jackson on VERY tight coverage on a perfect throw they were contained.

    It was the lack of running players at Vick not lack of pass rush as we were not even rushing at times.




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