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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    Bro, barely anyone on here credits the other team. Like the Ravens should roll 50-0 in every game.
    Oh damn Capín donít tell me this board is turning into N.E. fans. Donít ya know no team was ever better than the Sux, Pats, Celtís, or Bruins, or even deserved to be on the same court, rink, or field with em, they only ever give games away!!!!





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    From where I sat, in a live atmosphere, if the Ravens had run the ball a few more times, they would have crushed the Chargers.
    They rushed 35 times for 197 yds. Not exactly skimping on the run game.





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by JimZipCode View Post
    They rushed 35 times for 197 yds. Not exactly skimping on the run game.
    True, it just seemed they needed a bit more of it.





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Did you. listen to Todd's comments about the Flowers touchdown and the celebrations?
    He basically said that Odell Beckham couldn't practice the whole week but he had time to learn Flowers unnecessary touchdown celebration...


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    Cool Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    Might have been a very different game had Bosa played.
    Might have been a Ravens blow-out had Andrews played (FIFY).

    ... Bc





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Might have been a Ravens blow-out had Andrews played (FIFY).

    ... Bc
    Same if Bosa played on their end.





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Might have been a Ravens blow-out had Andrews played (FIFY).

    ... Bc
    Might have been a blow-out Bc if Stanley played.





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Itís going to take a season before everyone in this offense really feels completely comfortable with the playbook.


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    Thumbs up Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by DonNMass View Post
    Might have been a blow-out Bc if Stanley played.
    Donnie, now that is damn ... Bc





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by DonNMass View Post
    Might have been a blow-out Bc if Stanley played.
    Brutal.





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Silver View Post
    Same if Bosa played on their end.
    it's ridiculous to even bring this up. Keenan Allen wouldn't have had such a big day if Humphrey was playing.





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    Re: Understanding Monken's impact

    Quote Originally Posted by DonNMass View Post
    I often hear Monken and his new schemes are new to the offense and needs time to gel. But I noticed how Buffalo racked up points and yards and Pickens in Pittsburg looks like a new QB after a week both with new OC’s. The Ravens couldn’t score on next to the bottom NFL defense until mid 2nd quarter.
    It's not like the Bills or the Steelers installed brand new offenses. They just had better playcalling....it makes a huge difference.





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