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#21 papasmurfbell

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Posted 10 December 2018 - 07:55 PM

I like Harbs but the statistics say he produces average results.  His win totals for the last 6 seasons are 8, 10,  5, 8,  9, and 7.  If they don't win out that's only one season with double digit victories in 7 years. We can do better.   

 

His loyalty to poorly performing coaches have hurt this team (Dean Pees, Juan Castillo).  Dean Pees especially should have been let go 2 years before he was forced to leave.  I also don't think he's absolved of blame when it comes to the performance of his players - he clearly has a say in the personnel being drafted and how much of it falls on him for failing to develop the players?  If they miss the playoffs this year I don't see how you bring him back.  With the talent on this team and the way the D is performing this should be a 11 - 12 win team.   Part of the problem is leaving after this season (Flacco) so the question is who do you trust to handle Lamar Jackson's development?  I gotta think there are better options out there than Harbaugh. 

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Posted Yesterday, 05:54 AM

I like Harbs but the statistics say he produces average results.  His win totals for the last 6 seasons are 8, 10,  5, 8,  9, and 7.  If they don't win out that's only one season with double digit victories in 7 years. We can do better.   

 

His loyalty to poorly performing coaches have hurt this team (Dean Pees, Juan Castillo).  Dean Pees especially should have been let go 2 years before he was forced to leave.  I also don't think he's absolved of blame when it comes to the performance of his players - he clearly has a say in the personnel being drafted and how much of it falls on him for failing to develop the players?  If they miss the playoffs this year I don't see how you bring him back.  With the talent on this team and the way the D is performing this should be a 11 - 12 win team.   Part of the problem is leaving after this season (Flacco) so the question is who do you trust to handle Lamar Jackson's development?  I gotta think there are better options out there than Harbaugh. 

 

I think that he's learned from his mistakes and continued to develop as a HC.

He weathered the losses of Ed Reed and Lewis. Then the 3 years of injuries to key players. Then the poor drafts and free agent acquisitions. All HC's and many teams face situations like this. Many fall apart.

Now he's embraced the change to a Lamar Jackson style offense and a winning team formula for the personnel that he has.

And he has not lost this team. They are playing their hearts out and believe in themselves. Everybody is tight and on the same page from coaches to players.

it's a new era and the Ravens are ahead of the curve.

 

Look at what's quietly happen with the Seahawks. Pounding the rock and solid Defense is not dead. They ran for 241 yards last night. Wilson had 61 of them.

There are few good defenses in the NFL right now and that is part of the reason for all these high scoring offenses to be running wild this season. look what the Bears did to the Rams. Ravens to Chiefs.

Harbaugh and DeCosta are on to something.

Cook it in the off season, develop it in camp and reveal it opening day.


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In just two weeks, Baltimore has vaulted from 27th in the league in rushing to 11th.


#23 oldno82

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Posted Yesterday, 07:00 PM

Max what you said sure sounds good. I hope it's working out that way. I think this team still needs a couple playmakers on offense and defense. That's going to be on DaCosta's plate.


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Goodbye, Cincinnati Bengals. Hello, Pittsburgh Steelers.


#24 papasmurfbell

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Posted Yesterday, 07:15 PM

I don't see how he has learned from his mistakes at all.


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#25 OutsideRzAcE

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Posted Today, 06:56 PM

Rex Ryan thinks the Ravens would be fools to let Harbaugh go. Its about halfway through the clip.

https://m.youtube.co...eature=youtu.be
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#26 papasmurfbell

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Posted Today, 07:11 PM

I saw that and Rex is a moron on that front.


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#27 GrubberRaven

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Posted Today, 10:18 PM

What mistakes has DeCosta made?  This is all on Ozzie still?


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