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vmax

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#113724 Not good news

Posted by vmax on 28 September 2017 - 04:54 PM

We have an injury 7 page thread. this should be posted there so we can set a new record for pages on injuries.

 

We all know that you picked this and joyfully put this up.

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#113231 Ravens Interested in Kaepernick?

Posted by vmax on 11 September 2017 - 03:12 PM

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#112685 Empowerment from Ravens Website

Posted by vmax on 19 August 2017 - 12:14 PM

I really dislike the word "Empower" like I need permission from someone to think and act a certain way that others approve of "asiftheyhadultimateauthorityovermebecausei'madumby".

But....Eisenberg does a good job simplifying the offensive issues.

 

 

  We don't know if Joe Flacco can go from zero to 60 when he returns. We don’t know if there’s enough pieces at running back. We don't know if there's enough playmakers. We don't know if the offensive line will hold up. So, is it OK to feel concerned? Yes...

I mean, where on offense can they say they’re completely satisfied and pleased with where things stand?

Not at quarterback, that’s for sure. Their starter, Joe Flacco, isn’t practicing because of a back injury and won’t play until the season opener. Can he go from zero to 60 and play well immediately after missing so much time? Will he and his receivers have chemistry? Most importantly, will his back hold up?

Fair questions, all...I don’t want to echo Chicken Little because it’s too soon for that and you have papa who does a great job, every day, to remind us that there is absolutely no hope......  http://www.baltimore...f6-b40d85eb9644

 

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#112104 Ravens Interested in Kaepernick?

Posted by vmax on 02 August 2017 - 06:15 PM

Ya all missing it. The NFL doesn't want him taking a knee. The NFL is the Mob. They want to be clean. It is all about that flag. It is about that song. It is about the service men and females.

 

Let get this right: It's all about making a profit off of patriotism.


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#111041 ER Expert Analysis of Draft so far

Posted by vmax on 29 April 2017 - 04:31 PM

Max-you're great. The fat man was amazingly funny. Still LMAO.

 

:thumbup:

 

There's a lot of stress in life.

It's great to have a few laughs....everyday.


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#110851 Could be worth 2-3 more wins this season.

Posted by vmax on 23 April 2017 - 09:56 AM

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#109479 Harbs should keep Marty

Posted by vmax on 28 December 2016 - 06:58 AM

This team needs stability, not massive change.

They are tottering on the brink of being really good or heading south.

 

This morning I'm thinking about the benefits of keeping John, Marty and Dean. It's too early to make up my mind.

Let's see how they do against the Bengals.

 

This is how close they came to a possible 2012 season....

 

 

 

Now that the Pittsburgh Steelers are headed to the AFC playoffs as the likely No. 3 seed, they’ll probably play at home against Miami in the wild-card round. That’s a win, I think. They would then play a divisional-round game against Oakland, which no longer has starting quarterback Derek Carr, who broke his leg last weekend.

That would have been the Ravens’ playoff path if they had won Sunday and gone on to claim the AFC North title – Miami at home, Oakland on the road. You say that’s a dead end? I don’t think so. The Ravens obliterated Miami at M&T Bank Stadium a few weeks ago. Oakland without Carr is vulnerable.

No, the team that came within one outstretched arm of winning in Pittsburgh Sunday could have had an interesting January. That’s what makes the loss so frustrating. When quarterback Joe Flacco remarked, “It was all there for us,” he was talking about the game. But the comment reflected a larger scenario, too....http://www.baltimore...a2-702b3574ca09

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#107418 Huh?

Posted by vmax on 30 September 2016 - 05:24 PM

OK...OK...here's the full quote:

 

 

“He looked really good in a walkthrough,” Harbaugh said of Lewis. “But it’s a concussion. There’s really no physical issue with Alex past the concussion protocol.”.....http://www.baltimore...0930-story.html


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#107090 Joe Explains Ravens Strategy To Win Ugly

Posted by vmax on 19 September 2016 - 04:02 PM

So you are saying this group of RBs is equatable to Jamal and Priest?  Also you are say that this D is like the 2000 D?

 

No, but thanks for revealing your overblown imagination and desire to argue.


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#107024 Browns Game

Posted by vmax on 18 September 2016 - 04:04 PM

I think the Jags is an absolute L for the Ravens.  

 

 

Let's use our ER Posters Code Book to decipher this post....p. 36....

Translation:"I'm getting real tired eating shit and hope to God that eventually I will be right."


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#106811 Week 1 Results

Posted by vmax on 12 September 2016 - 03:55 PM

Yes...in an odd sort of way,he set Ravens offensive records and made Mat Stover a hero.

 

This ones for crav...

 

 

 

PLAYOFF CHANCES GO UP WITH A 1-0 START

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Despite the fact it possesses a mere 16 games, an NFL season has so many moving parts -- a bye week, injuries, inconsistency brought on by the parity-ridden nature of the league -- it's basic human nature to think results posted in Labor Day's shadow would be irrelevant by Christmas.

History paints quite a different picture.

Since 1978, when the league expanded to a 16-game regular-season schedule, 288 teams that won their Week One games went on to reach the postseason, with 173 of those squads taking division titles.

But only 134 of the teams that started 0-1 ended up playing January football, with a mere 77 of them finishing first.

In their first 20 years, the Ravens followed this same pattern by winning nine openers, losing 11, and making and missing the playoffs 10 times each.

That's what made the 13-7 win against Buffalo Sept. 11, the Ravens' first Week One win since 2012 -- the year they won their second Super Bowl -- so satisfying despite a sputtering offensive performance.....https://www.pressbox...eans-everything

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#105660 Ran into this on yahoo

Posted by vmax on 12 July 2016 - 04:08 PM

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#105550 Luck signs new deal

Posted by vmax on 01 July 2016 - 05:57 PM

ESPN is full of it.  

 

No. He was absolutely amazing during that run.


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#104222 preseason schedule out

Posted by vmax on 08 April 2016 - 05:30 PM

Perriman????

 

 

Since the Ravens won't say, and since they're hiding Perriman from the press, the next best thing was to go to Perriman's position coach at Central Florida, where the 6-foot-2, 218 pounder caught 115 career passes for 2,243 yards and 16 touchdowns. 

How's he doing now?

"He came here last week and his spirits were high," Beckton said. "He said he was 100 percent and couldn't wait to get back out on the field with his teammates. He looked forward to working with his coaches and getting back out on the field with Joe Flacco. He'll be on the field when practice starts.".....http://www.carrollco...408-column.html


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#102605 Super Bowl Thoughts

Posted by vmax on 10 February 2016 - 05:21 PM

Here's Smucks take on the best defense ever nonsense....

 

 

.............Their defense might have knocked Newton into another ZIP code, but it wasn't even the stingiest defense in the AFC during the regular season. The Cincinnati Bengals and Kansas City Chiefs gave up fewer points than the Broncos.

The Ravens pitched four shutouts that season and dominated their four playoff opponents, giving up an average of just 5.8 points per game and trouncing the New York Giants, 34-7, in Super Bowl XXXV.

In short, combine the regular season and the postseason and this year's Broncos defense allowed nearly twice as many points as the 2000 Ravens (340 to 188) and 132 more than the '85 Bears.

The only way to really include the Broncos in this conversation is to point out that the NFL is a more offense-minded league now than it was in 1985 or 2000, which is true.

It's just not true enough.

The average team in the AFC this year scored 361 points, about 30 points more than the average for the NFC in 1985 or the AFC of 2000 — or about two points per game. Even giving Denver extra credit for shutting down the top-scoring team in either league Sunday, it's impossible to make the "best-ever" argument stick.

Case closed...........http://www.baltimore...209-column.html


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