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9.5 dogs again and random thoughts..

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That's what Coleman reported on the radio this morning. Hard to believe that Vegas has the Ravens as 9 1/2 point underdogs.

Thank you. The Ravens are going to love this.


Ayambadejo opened his big fat mouth on Twitter. It's already on ESPN...


New England does some suspect stuff on offense. Can't really respect it. Comparable to a cheap shot b4 a fight," Ayanbadejo tweeted.



Nice distraction to put on your team moron. The last guy that has a right to talk this week is a special teamer who gave up 14 points and couldn't stay in his lane. I hate twitter.


Defense wins Championships? Not this year.

Offenses exploded in the divisional round this weekend. It looks like the Ravens decision to build an explosive offense is right on time.


This is a very loose and very focused Ravens team. As Harbaugh said "They don't crack". They'll show up in New England....it's one huge mountain to climb but these Ravens have what it takes.



"We fought hard to get back to this point," said Flacco, who threw for 306 yards and two touchdowns in the loss to the Patriots last January. "We are definitely proud of being here, and we feel like it is going to take a lot for someone to come and kick us off that field come the AFC championship game. We are going to give it our all and we know what it felt like last year. We walked off that field without that win. We know what we've put in to get back to point. It's going to be a great game."



Joe's cool and one hell of a competitor.



Baltimore's double-overtime victory over Denver on Saturday was seen by an average of 35.3 million viewers, the largest audience for a Saturday AFC divisional playoff game in 26 years (CBS says its records only go back as far as the 1987-88 season). The game's rating (20.1) was up nine percent from last year's (Denver-New England) divisional game, and CBS said the average viewership peaked with 40.8 million viewers between 8:00-8:30 p.m ET.

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Dickheads tweets are on all the major networks....Around the Horn...Pardon the Interruption...ESPN...NFL Network...they are all talking about it.


"A Patriots source tells me Ayanbadejo's quotes have spread through the locker room faster than the flu virus travelling across New England. Players who are aware of the quote are furious and feel it is one of the most disrespectful things ever said about the franchise."


Cut him now.

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It only takes one to upset the apple cart. This guy doesn't know to shut up. He's a legend in his own mind. He's a second to 3rd tier player with a big mouth. Give him a podium and he'll jump at the opportunity. I hope he goes away after the season also.

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Sit and watch this for 2 days before you open your mouth!!!!






51 gave up 14 points!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


You give up two special team TD's on the road, and still win in double overtime. Unreal. God must really love someone in Baltimore.

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