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  1. #76
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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1



    We played our worst game in recent memory...on the road in a hostile environment...and won. That's all I need to know.


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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    And how about cary williams? 2 ints in the last 2 games. Great to see him playing better after such a rough start this season.

    I do think they should run some drills in practice this week falling on loose balls.




  3. #78

    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    I just want Cary to simply turn his head on time on those hitch routes




  4. #79

    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    We played vs a very good D in a tough environment who wanted to rebound from a bad loss. Flacco held onto the ball to long on plays that led to sacks that were not on the o line. I can only count one on the o line where KO got beat bad. The rest flacco needed to get rid of the ball and the line did their job

    Also. Vs Houston they do not have speed rushers. That's who we struggle against not bull and power rushers




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    Any given Sunday though doesn't apply to the sucktitude of the Jets. I'm more curious at what point Sanchez gets pulled for Tim Tebow tonight. I have the over on the 3rd quarter.

    If the Texans lose tonight, I will be completely shocked.
    I think you're missing my point




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    Quote Originally Posted by Justlovemybirds View Post
    I just want Cary to simply turn his head on time on those hitch routes




  7. #82

    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    if anyone thinks there is nothing wrong with this team on the road vs bad teams look at what the bears did to the jax, they destroyed them game was over in the 3rd. this team has issues being ready to play vs bad teams and that is on the coaching staff starting with harbaugh.
    Please provide more facts on this. It's tough to win on the road. No one's denying that. But don't throw out a ridiculous blanket statement using the bears as an example




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    Quote Originally Posted by pslholder96 View Post
    Please provide more facts on this. It's tough to win on the road. No one's denying that. But don't throw out a ridiculous blanket statement using the bears as an example
    what facts do you want? have you been watching this team on the road the last 2 years against weaker teams...they are not motivated to play, play like shit, and lose.
    thats all on the coaches pal.

    edit: i agree its tough to win on the road but we look like crap against weak teams, please say you disagree




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    [QUOTE=iggyman555;499563]what facts do you want? have you been watching this team on the road the last 2 years against weaker teams...they are not motivated to play, play like shit, and lose.
    thats all on the coaches pal.

    edit: i agree its tough to win on the road but we look like crap against weak teams, please say you disagree[/QYOTE]

    Yes the ravens have some issues on the road but then again many teams do. What is the ravens road record overall the last 4 years, 2 years? I do know that last year we were 4-4 on the road. Your post is an emotional response to today's game and the two games against the jags and seattle from last year. Championships still find ways to win on the road regardless of how bad they play or how bad their competition is.




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    I'll take an ugly win over a pretty loss any time, ever.

    Last year we lost these games, so getting the win was a step in the right direction. Now we focus on Dallas and hope Romo stays true to form and plays catch with Ed Reed.




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    [QUOTE=pslholder96;499566]
    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    what facts do you want? have you been watching this team on the road the last 2 years against weaker teams...they are not motivated to play, play like shit, and lose.
    thats all on the coaches pal.

    edit: i agree its tough to win on the road but we look like crap against weak teams, please say you disagree[/QYOTE]

    Yes the ravens have some issues on the road but then again many teams do. What is the ravens road record overall the last 4 years, 2 years? I do know that last year we were 4-4 on the road. Your post is an emotional response to today's game and the two games against the jags and seattle from last year. Championships still find ways to win on the road regardless of how bad they play or how bad their competition is.
    my post was about the coaching staff not being able to get the team motivated to play weaker teams, its clearly a problem we have seen if you think its not a problem then im not sure what games you are watching




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    The team certainly has problems, every team does. Some teams that look really solid right now will look bad at the end of the regular season. The defense certainly made the propper adjustments at half time yesterday. As the season wears on, I'm hoping those needed adjustments are as big as they seemed to be yesterday. If the receivers hold on to a few more balls, in the first half, I think the Ravens win that game going away. Flacco is a rhythm guy and those drops hurt bad. I think the things hurting the team on both sides of the ball are fixable, it just depends on if these coaches will get it done as we get closer to playoff time. The Ravens Superbowl team had serious issues at this point of the season and so did the Giants last year, they backed in to the playoff's and look what happened. It definitely is a work in progress.




  13. #88

    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    [QUOTE=iggyman555;499570]
    Quote Originally Posted by pslholder96 View Post
    my post was about the coaching staff not being able to get the team motivated to play weaker teams, its clearly a problem we have seen if you think its not a problem then im not sure what games you are watching
    Your issues are more cosmetics. You want the ravens to look pretty in their wins. You are trying to assess motivation and effort through an eye test. Our issues against weaker teams on the road are a lack of execution. That's what determines wins and losses on the road.




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    [QUOTE=pslholder96;499938]
    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post

    Your issues are more cosmetics. You want the ravens to look pretty in their wins. You are trying to assess motivation and effort through an eye test. Our issues against weaker teams on the road are a lack of execution. That's what determines wins and losses on the road.
    really, allowing 8 yard per rush in the first half is cosmetic?




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    Re: Well it was ugly, but we got it done, 4-1

    [QUOTE=iggyman555;499945]
    Quote Originally Posted by pslholder96 View Post

    really, allowing 8 yard per rush in the first half is cosmetic?
    How much did they allow the 2nd half?

    35 yards on 16 carries in the second half, which works out at a drop of 3.2 yards per carry




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