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#118546 Will They Be An Upgrade?

Posted by tsylvester on 11 September 2018 - 11:31 AM

Oh sure did Grub, I enjoyed it greatly. But I also saw that the defense was playing against Nathan freaking Peterman, he better stick to clothes making....

And there was no running game, again, when the game mattered.

Redzone offense was great, the play selection, route combos etc.

First game, they did not show everything, but a healthy Joe amd receivers running good routes was nice to see.
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#117614 Baltimore Ravens 2018: A look at the dead money

Posted by tsylvester on 22 June 2018 - 10:26 AM

2.5 in cap space yes, but 2.2 in dead money, they signed a player with a bad hip, an injury that most if not all never come back from.

They should have cut their loses and they would have $4 mil more in cap space this year....
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#117451 What if Joe Flacco wasn’t re-signed after Super Bowl XLVII?

Posted by tsylvester on 12 June 2018 - 12:31 PM

After the Trent debacle, the fan base would have revolted had they not signed Joe.

Tyrod would always be a year away from improving, a promise that would never come true. They would have wasted 10 years at least, in trying to find a qb.

Joe is a pocket passer, who yes needs some decent receivers.

The team, the front office let him down & not because of his salary cap, rather because of poor draft choices & free agent signings aalong the offensive line and at receiver.

Go back to the draft the year before they won the Super Bowl until now, see how many duds they drafted, how many barely decent players they drafted; not a lot of starters, none that would start and last, on another team at those positions.
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#113622 All Ravens Fans Must Look Thread

Posted by tsylvester on 24 September 2017 - 12:43 PM

I dont want to be a postman in Timbuktu, wearing shorts & bobby socks....
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#111770 Challenging the Challenges

Posted by tsylvester on 21 July 2017 - 01:21 PM

Boo for linking to a pinky site. But the challenges also involve those entrusted in the team's video booth to give the coach a yea or nea.

That is terrible and I would like to know if he has changed those coaches over the years. If not, just another reason to put him on the hot seat.
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#110496 NFL films presents- you out kicked

Posted by tsylvester on 11 March 2017 - 05:34 PM

Your coverage. Features Sam Koch, outstanding program on all the types of punts (18) Sam uses, I highly recommend watching, if you have not...
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#105427 Ed Reed, shaking up Bills defense

Posted by tsylvester on 16 June 2016 - 04:34 PM

A pretty good read. I look forward to see how far he can go as a coach.

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#105048 Ray out at ESPN

Posted by tsylvester on 11 May 2016 - 05:32 AM

Black & white rules! We kept in shape getting up to change the channel.
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#105038 Kennan Reynolds

Posted by tsylvester on 10 May 2016 - 04:01 PM

We knew this was a project when we drafted him and most of us are not ready to give up on him after one weekend, Campanaro has not done a damn thing since he's been here and the fanbase are still willing to give this guy a chance surely we can give Reynolds more than one weekend to see if he can contribute or not.

Camp is another wasted pick. As I said when he was drafted, too injury riddled.

At least, however, he had played the position before, and has excellent hands.

You missed the point though. They have never developed a wide out.

Add to that, they are so low on man power and talent at wide out & in the secondary why on earth do they take a chance on him when they could have chosen so many others who have better odds of making it in the NFL....
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#104195 another young player retires-A.J Tarpley

Posted by tsylvester on 07 April 2016 - 12:32 PM


Says after his 4th concussion, enough is enough going forward. He signed as an undrafted free agent, 3 years $1.575 mil deal.

I can't say I blame these guys, shoot I had four concussions in highschool and never missed a game, let a lone a snap. Three more since then and at 50, I forget things just by leaving a room.
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#100895 You're the Coach

Posted by tsylvester on 09 December 2015 - 06:56 AM

I start Max, either way this team is getting shut out, blown out, but at least Max would make it funny as he ran backward for the seahawks 10th safety in the game...

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#99230 It's Not So Bad

Posted by tsylvester on 30 October 2015 - 06:41 AM

Definitely very bad and the fact that the games have been close doesn't mean anything to me. That's the difference between teams that go to the playoffs and those that don't.



The games being close is a distraction, this team is really, really bad. If the coaches and front office people think; well, the games are close so this team must also be, then we are in for a decade of bad football....

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#96972 Ravens/Bronco's

Posted by tsylvester on 14 September 2015 - 06:22 AM

Shoots your theory in the ass of keeping the d healthy



Not really, Suggs, while very good, I was not expecting much from this year. The Ravens can replace him, the secondary and middle backers is my concern for health.

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#96648 Ravens Insider: Asa Jackson is probably Ravens' toughest roster decision

Posted by tsylvester on 04 September 2015 - 06:52 AM

They have no choice but to keep him, he is the best of the worst in the secondary and they can tell him to just catch the punts, don't return them. And do so only if no one is around him for say, 50 yards......

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#96321 Another one bites the dust in San Fran

Posted by tsylvester on 19 August 2015 - 06:53 AM







The NFL suspended San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Jerome Simpson on Tuesday without pay for the first six games of the season for violations of the league's substance-abuse policy -- a penalty he hopes is his last after a rash of off-field issues have derailed his career.

The 49ers were aware of a likely suspension for Simpson for previous issues, but nothing that is known to have occurred since he joined the 49ers on a two-year deal as a free agent in March. San Francisco has made it clear he must continue to demonstrate positive behavior to remain in good standing with the team.




I get that, give the kid another chance, Aldon Smith was doing everything right too,,, oops...



Then this-



The 49ers have employed several players with legal problems in recent seasons, prompting CEO Jed York to say after the 2014 season ended that the team needed to be better. Excluding Simpson, San Francisco had 12 arrests involving seven different players since January 2012, most in the NFL.

"Our mission is very simple: the San Francisco 49ers win with class. We haven't won, and I don't think we've conducted ourselves with the level of class that I expect of our organization," York said then. "We've had off-the-field issues. That's going to happen in sports. The level that it's happened here is not unacceptable."




Stay classy.....

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