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    Flacco at halftime



    4.2 passer rating.

    2nd and 2 and again we forget Ray Rice is on this team. Is this effort finally enough to rid us of Cameron?




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    They were down 23 and in the two minute drill. Learn the game
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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    Should be benched




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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    They were down 23 and in the two minute drill. Learn the game
    Moronic statement. I would suggest not making such a childish fool of yourself and actually think for a second before posting here. Or are you of the same IQ as Cameron where you think that passing is the only option in 80% of all game scenarios?

    Those two timeouts they had left heading into halftime did them a lot of good huh?

    They didn't have 70 yards to go in 45 seconds. They had 35-40 yards to go in 1:10 with two timeouts. At that point, moving the chains is a priority. At worst, you move yourself into field goal range by moving the chains just one more time. At best, you give 3 more downs to dink and dunk closer to the goal line. 26-6 is better than 29-3.

    NFL defensive coordinators read us like a book because of our ridiculous predictability in passing the football.




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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    The worst he has played since his rookie year. Completely rattled in a way I've never seen him. He's had poor games, especially his rookie year, but nothing like this.




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    Have one bad play on the road, go into a shell, fail to modify offense to help him out. Rinse. Repeat.

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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    Quote Originally Posted by LukeDaniel View Post
    Moronic statement. I would suggest not making such a childish fool of yourself and actually think for a second before posting here. Or are you of the same IQ as Cameron where you think that passing is the only option in 80% of all game scenarios?

    Those two timeouts they had left heading into halftime did them a lot of good huh?

    They didn't have 70 yards to go in 45 seconds. They had 35-40 yards to go in 1:10 with two timeouts. At that point, moving the chains is a priority. At worst, you move yourself into field goal range by moving the chains just one more time. At best, you give 3 more downs to dink and dunk closer to the goal line. 26-6 is better than 29-3.

    NFL defensive coordinators read us like a book because of our ridiculous predictability in passing the football.
    I have to agree here. I realize its the hurry up and its inside 1:10 left in the half but they only have 40yds to go. That said poor execution is poor execution.
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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    Its a lot on Flacco, his passes are off target. He needed to check into runs when he did not.

    THe O line is holding up except for not staying on the DLine of houston which allowed them to bat the balls. When the rusher sees he is not getting to the QB he tries to bat the ball down because the OL man lets go. He needs to stay on..

    Also, if they want to blitz EVERY play with 6. Run a screen or run ray rice. It will be a big gain. I think a few runs will settle flacco down.




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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenous1 View Post
    I have to agree here. I realize its the hurry up and its inside 1:10 left in the half but they only have 40yds to go. That said poor execution is poor execution.
    You run here. you have two time outs and its 2nd and 3. You gain 2 yards its 3rd and 1 and you have options.

    Take advantage of the timeouts. and run more who cares if we are down the clock is not a factor yet. our D is playign well the offense is making it look worse that it s is which is actually playing well. a TD here to make it 29-10 is huge then its a whole new game




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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    I like Flacco, but if anyone thinks he's elite and isn't related to him is miserably mistaken. Let me know the next time Brees, Brady, Rodgers or Manning has a stat line like Joe had in the first half.




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    I honestly wonder how Ray Rice hasn't blown up on Cam yet during a game




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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    2 straight sacks. The O-line is going to get him killed.




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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    Joe had a bad game, but tell me what QB has a good game when pass rushers are nearly beating the snap to the backfield every play and the receivers are blanketed downfield on every play.

    This was a total failure for every Raven today save Terrell Suggs.




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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    Joe had a bad game, but tell me what QB has a good game when pass rushers are nearly beating the snap to the backfield every play and the receivers are blanketed downfield on every play.
    Exactly none. I never thought Joe was "rattled", he looked frustrated than anything.




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    Re: Flacco at halftime

    Quote Originally Posted by alienrace View Post
    Exactly none. I never thought Joe was "rattled", he looked frustrated than anything.
    Exactly, this deer in the headlights crap is just that crap. I'm not saying he played well, he was bad and made some bad throws but I really don't see any QB doing that well with the play calls as they were and the recievers being the same against that rush, that is why pressure is so key and it was pretty constant. His play was due in most part if not all to the O line playing lso shitty, he had bad throws like they all do.

    Watch the first series, a slant is actually called and Joe throws it pretty good to Torrey for about 7/8 yards, it took a couple of seconds for him to throw it maybe and he was nailed right after. As I watched that first series, I saw pressure getting there a lot and knew it was going to be an issue all day so what do they do near the goalline after a good pickup on the ground by Leach, go to the pass. Cameron does not adjust well, he has done it before but he seems convinced that his base offense will work no matter what evidence says to the contray that day.


    Cameron can and has called good games but overall is bad and needs to go imo and until that happens and the Oline gets some help, this O will struggle against teams that can rush the passer
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