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BeenAround

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  1. Source: Preston Article Regarding my Sig - Yes, our Church runs the Sandtown Habitat for Humanity affiliate. To date we've rehabbed over 280 homes here for low income first time home buyers.
  2. Harbaugh brings nothing to the table offensively. He has no history or experience except for special teams. At least now we know why we didn't make it to Dallas though: Thanks for nothing Zorn. What, it wasn't enough you were a total screw up in DC that you needed to come up 95 and F with us too. Hit the road Jack.
  3. Don't expect things to change people. Harbaugh is just continuing what he learned during his time in Philly, namely to always contend but never win. Andy Reid taught him well. Likewise Cameron has the same history while Mattison has none, at least not at the pro level. Who exactly on this coaching staff is going to make these guys into winners when history shows they themselves have always been losers. We saw something we've never seen before this year, a Ravens team that tanks...over and over again. If that's what "play like a Raven" means Coach Harbaugh, no thanks.
  4. As Mayock showed on NFL network last night, a lot of it is on Flacco. Guys were open and he sat back there patting the ball until the pocket collapsed. He also pointed out his staring down receivers and not looking down field when flushed out of the pocket. Flacco is a good QB only when he has a perfect pocket to throw from or when he sees a blitz ahead of time and is forced to throw quickly removing the need for reading the coverage and making a decision. But it's not all on Flacco. There were other times when the WR's looked like they weren't even trying to get any separation, almost like th
  5. "The Ravens think they may have lost long-snapper Morgan Cox for the season with a knee injury. Also, linebacker Tavares Gooden dislocated his left shoulder for the second time this season and tight end Dennis Pitta suffered his second concussion of the season."
  6. No, Harbaugh needs to be the one tucking his tail.
  7. Saw it again last night. Mason did a curl to the outside and slow Joe took so long to get rid of the ball the DB almost had time to recover after being faked out of his shoes by Mason. Also saw Boldin glaring at Flacco to the point where Harbaugh pulled Boldin up when he came to the sideline. And then there was the forced pass to Boldin on 3rd and 2. Finally, the whole coaching staff ought to be fired for thinking Oher could move to LT and f'ing with Gaither's head the way they did. Yea coach, we are who we are...because of decisions you've made.
  8. That's exactly my point and I don't know if Flacco will ever get beyond it for two reasons: 1. He has a slow release mechanically. 2. He has a slow release mentally. Time will tell. But when you combine the above with an average OLine, the results are bound to be disappointing.
  9. "Maybe on message boards he doesn't seem to get blamed, but at the stadium he gets way more than his fair share." Flacco gets heat from the fans at the stadium because they can see what we often cannot on TV...open receivers. Like Harbaugh has said when play calling is questioned, "the receivers are open". Don't let the numbers fool you, were it not for yards after catch (particularly with Rice)...Flacco's stats wouldn't look nearly as good. Right now everyone on the team is protecting "Slow" Joe but frustration is mounting and it's gonna blow one of these days.
  10. Trade bait - Bingo. Anyone see DWill catch the ball and run out of bounds for a one yard gain. There was no one around him!
  11. I would think the Bengals are the team to beat in the AFCN this season.
  12. ...“There is no need for any micro-fracture surgery at this point,” General Manager Ozzie Newsome simply stated late Friday night when asked about the newest Raven...“I think we have probably one of the most conservative medical staffs in the League,” Newsome explained. “And there are a lot of players that have gotten drafted today and yesterday that we couldn’t have drafted. When they give us a medical grade, they are in the 98 and 99 percentile.” Link
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