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Season Tickets: Yea or Nay

07 December 2018 - 12:03 PM

I'll be getting the call next year that I can move off the waitlist and purchase PSLs and season tickets. I actually got the call at the end of summer this year and passed. Now, I have to accept or lose the money I've put into the system for the last 14-15 years. So, should I cash out now before the Ravens call or bite the bullet and purchase seats? And if so, which location? I haven't watched a game in two years, so I'm really on the fence.

Week 1 vs Buffalo Bills

09 September 2018 - 10:40 AM

Sorry, ya'll! I've been super busy! Will open the rest of this season's threads soon.


08 June 2018 - 04:08 PM

So, after deciding that I was giving up the NFL, lo and behold I get a call from the Ravens. 

I'm at the top of The List. lmao.


Decisions, decisions.

Breaking Up with the NFL

25 May 2018 - 05:04 AM

I think I'm done.

I boycotted the NFL last year and I didn't miss it.


I didn't miss the pre-game shows, the half-time shows, or the final analysis shows.

I didn't miss fantasy football.

I didn't miss the tailgating.

I didn't miss the games themselves.

I didn't miss the offense, the defense, the special teams.

I didn't miss cheering on the home team.

I didn't miss the media coverage.

I didn't miss talking with friends about the game.

I didn't miss the radio talk shows breaking down the games.

I didn't miss the Super Bowl or the commercials.

I didn't miss the draft.


I didn't miss football.


I've been on the Baltimore Ravens waiting list since it's inception in 2004. 14 years.

Fourteen years of waiting with an expected wait time of 20 years.

I started at number 900 and something.

I'm at 200 and something now.

I paid my renewal fees in October, but I didn't miss football.


I'm pulling the plug.

I'm done.


I won't miss football.



06 April 2018 - 02:15 PM

There have been a number of stunning moves in the NFL this offseason. But one of the most ridiculous, absurd and dubious is the Baltimore Ravens' signing of a broken-down, busted-up player whose knees are in the Smithsonian, who was out of football last year and who was cut by the Cleveland Browns.

The Ravens announced Wednesday they recently worked out Robert Griffin III and will sign him to a one-year deal next week. Thus, the quarterback circus continues.

Griffin is yet another example of how the league, and teams, continue to embarrass themselves by not signing a certain player to prove a point. You know who that player is. You may have even seen him on a magazine cover.


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