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cravnravn

Oct 27, 2002

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The Pats game is huge. Talk about a potential great capper, imagine going 3-0 against the elite AFC teams ON THE ROAD :thumbup: after already knocking off the Jets (opener), and Steelers (last week).

 

It will take almost a perfectly designed and executed plan to win this game, esp if the Jets knock off Vikes tonight and go to 4-1. The Pats will be playing with asenseeof urgency.

 

We cannot afford to leave points on the field (i.e. yesterday's 1st drive GL debacle). We wont get a mulligan from a Belichick coached team coming off a bye.

 

Two last points-

 

1. We absolutely have to spring Rice and the running game. No question. And the running game has to come up huge.

 

2. Our pass D, while largely effective this season, was exposed yesterday. You can dismiss those 2 TD passes to Brandon Lloyd as cheap, late in the half, whatever. We cannot afford lapses or inability to finish plays lik that against Brady.

 

If we can make those adjustments, it should be a helluva game.

 

:gorave:

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The Pats game is huge. Talk about a potential great capper, imagine going 3-0 against the elite AFC teams ON THE ROAD :thumbup: after already knocking off the Jets (opener), and Steelers (last week).

 

It will take almost a perfectly designed and executed plan to win this game, esp if the Jets knock off Vikes tonight and go to 4-1. The Pats will be playing with asenseeof urgency.

 

We cannot afford to leave points on the field (i.e. yesterday's 1st drive GL debacle). We wont get a mulligan from a Belichick coached team coming off a bye.

 

Two last points-

 

1. We absolutely have to spring Rice and the running game. No question. And the running game has to come up huge.

 

2. Our pass D, while largely effective this season, was exposed yesterday. You can dismiss those 2 TD passes to Brandon Lloyd as cheap, late in the half, whatever. We cannot afford lapses or inability to finish plays lik that against Brady.

 

If we can make those adjustments, it should be a helluva game.

 

:gorave:

 

Judge and King do just that, who both thought our secondary would be our weakness, they are praising that unit even after this game.

 

Our D dominated. To be fair their first TD drive was not good, but they did respond well to play a perfect 3+4 Q. Until their last drive.. who cares? Other than those who loves Ortons stats, btw what personel did we have in that last drive, how many starters? Anyway the game was over.

 

And Fabian is playing like that CB who did pretty good in 2008, and he is improved from a more so and so 2009 season.

 

Overall I like the fact that our secondary finally was tested, and overall did a solid job.

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Yea...Belechik and the Pats will be ready and well prepared.

 

The Ravens need to continue with the smashmouth game. Just execute and win the 1 on 1 matchups. Win it in the trenches and they will win this game.

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Anyone notice that when we decide to focus on running the ball we're always a very very very tough team to beat?

 

Why then do we insist on becoming a throw it first team? Trying not to be off topic here.....I really hope that we stress running the ball against the Pats. That's where our focus should always be, run first then throw down the field.

 

We'll beat the Pats if we maintain our focus and stick with the teams identity. Run first.

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Check this out about the Pasties: Yeah they have won 7 in a row after their bye week, but check out who they beat:

 

2003-Dallas Cowboys--10-6 for the year

 

2004-Buffalo Bills--9-7 for the year

 

2005--Buffalo Bills 5-11 for the year

 

2006--Buffalo Bills(Im noticing a pattern here) 7-9 for the year

 

2007--Buffalo Bills--7-9 for the year

 

2008--San Fran-7-9 for the year

 

2009--Miami Dolphins--7-9 for the year

 

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