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  1. Good read, lot of fair points. With the exception of a couple games, I just do not think Lamar is playing that bad.
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  2. Agree totally with that analysis, Spen.
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  3. Everybody...go to the ER Happy Place! Drinks are on dee....
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  4. I think we should combine our talents and write a TV series. I'm certain we can do as good as Schitts Creek.
    1 point
  5. Time to make McSorely the #2 and if Lamar can't play he's who I would start.
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  7. Hell Yea!!! Every city is mobbed with crowds celebrating this victory....never seen this before.
    1 point
  8. Stock Down: Greg Roman The collapse of the offense was eerily similar to the playoff loss to Tennessee. Completely abandoning the run game can not happen. I point to a sequence on the very first drive. As we all saw, the Ravens offense quickly and efficiently marched downfield into the red zone. First and ten on the 15-yard line, and a touch pass to a sweeping Devin Duvernay gains seven yards and sets Roman and the offense up with second and short. You would think a team that set all sorts of records in rushing would continue to do what got them in scoring position in the first place,
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  9. So let's see if they allow this one from their site https://www.baltimoreravens.com/video/wired-marlon-humphrey-willie-snead-go-full-tilt-at-scrimmage
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  10. It was a friggn'n blast. The 4th quarter especially when that Ravens fan ripped his shirt off in the rain and we were doing the R-A-V-E-N-S!!! cheer. And then the players smelled blood in the water and basically went psycho. I brought rain gear and didn't need it and it was warm so that really helped. Wet and cold is no fun, but that was not the case today. The looks on the Steer fans were priceless and I did my thing innocently standing in their face with my AFC North Champs hat on... The Steelers had everything to play for. Instead... "They were sent forth into the weepin
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  11. I'm not comparing the two Max, just an example, how people, coaches change, grow as they gain experience. I used Billy B because he was an average game manager when he started coaching, like Harbs, but learned and became one of the best. Talent & scheme can win many games, but game management can cost many more. It is what makes Billy B so great,
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  12. It is amazing right!?! Two super bowl wins, a lot of great games, two different styles of coaching. Billick has his flaws too, played his favorites, cost us games, just as Harbs. No coach is perfect, not even Billy B, but just as I like to see player development, I expect a coach to grow as well. Billy B grew as a coach, he is not the same guy who coached the Browns all those years ago. Harbs should grow and so far, he has not, maybe the Super Bowl win so early in his career has stunted him. Oh I know, he "changed" , willing to truly go running style qb as opposed to a pocket
    1 point
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