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    Re: The Thanksgiving Day Game(s) Thread



    I love Alfred Morris. Where was this guy drafted? I knew nothing about him, but he's having an Amazing year




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    I have a feeling this Skins team could cause the Ravens serious problems. Between RGIII and the playaction to Cam Cameron giving the offense the high school treatment on the road, they could blow the Ravens out.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 View Post
    I have a feeling this Skins team could cause the Ravens serious problems. Between RGIII and the playaction to Cam Cameron giving the offense the high school treatment on the road, they could blow the Ravens out.
    The play action is definitely the worry, especially with aggressive corners in Cary and jimmy if he's fit. They'd bite all day




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    Quote Originally Posted by arnie_uk View Post
    I tought he'd better better than luck initially, you know that unpredictability, but I ultimately thought luck would have the better career, now I'm not sure. Whatever it is, rg3 has it. I never thought highly of Newton yet everyone crowned him, so next year will be the huge test. I just can't see him falling off the cliff though
    I thought (and still think) Luck is better, but they are pretty close. You really couldn't go wrong with either one. They both are accurate throwers with quick releases, which cannot be taught. I don't know how much reading of defenses RG III does, but Luck is already reading defenses and making pre snap adjustments. I like them both.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 View Post
    I have a feeling this Skins team could cause the Ravens serious problems. Between RGIII and the playaction to Cam Cameron giving the offense the high school treatment on the road, they could blow the Ravens out.
    I think our front seven will give them problems.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpsfan82 View Post
    I think our front seven will give them problems.
    I hope. I'm just trying to realistically look at the problems he presents. Granted, his receivers have made SPECTACULAR catches to help him out. I also like what they do with his receivers by running slants and in patterns. I certainly think the Ravens could be this explosive if they were a little more creative....but we all know that tune don't we?




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    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 View Post
    i certainly think the Ravens could be this explosive if they were a little more creative....but we all know that tune don't we?
    We've seen it. 55 points against the raiders. But we all know what happens when killa cam calls plays on the road


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    How do people like country music. Ahhhhh. It's such uncreative music. (besides Johnny Cash, though I've never considered him country)

    Hmm. Cams offense is the equivalent of country music.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleApocalypse37 View Post
    How do people like country music. Ahhhhh. It's such uncreative music. (besides Johnny Cash, though I've never considered him country)
    Country music doesn't really exist anymore. What's out there today is just pop music, sung by people with southern accents.

    For real country music, one has to reach into the archives, going back to at least the early 80's, but preferably to the 50's through the 70s.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Beerracuda View Post
    Country music doesn't really exist anymore. What's out there today is just pop music, sung by people with southern accents.

    For real country music, one has to reach into the archives, going back to at least the early 80's, but preferably to the 50's through the 70s.
    Hmm. Having to go back to the seventies for real music? It's the same way for rock too. Except for MGMT and a few other exceptions.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PurpleApocalypse37 View Post
    How do people like country music. Ahhhhh. It's such uncreative music. (besides Johnny Cash, though I've never considered him country)

    Hmm. Cams offense is the equivalent of country music.


    Lol. Country is uncreative? The entire genre of rap is based on sampling others music. That's the definition of uncreative.




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    All I know is that the next time someone on this board puts Joe and Romo in the same class of quarterbacks, I think my head is going to explode.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    We've seen it. 55 points against the raiders. But we all know what happens when killa cam calls plays on the road


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    Even though I should have said it that's what I meant. We play them on the road and we're below average offensively on the road.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Cj34 View Post
    Lol. Country is uncreative? The entire genre of rap is based on sampling others music. That's the definition of uncreative.
    Well compared to David Bowie, Roxy Music, Led Zeppelin, Velvet Underground, Beatles, YES, Brian Eno, MGMT, etc etc country is horrifically uncreative and bland. And really, the majority of their chord progressions and "melodies" are barely any better than sampling.

    And flavorflav plays 15 instruments very well. And listen to the song "Kim" by Eminem, for rap music much more creative and artful than the vast majority of country music.




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    Country is great if I'm in the mood. Makes me remember my childhood. Prefer rock & roll.




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