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papasmurfbell

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Dolphins game

08 September 2019 - 12:08 PM

That . was one hell of a run.


Countdown to Kickoff

07 September 2019 - 09:44 AM

It was a fun event at the fair grounds.  Nicely puut together.  


Jeff Blackshear, former Ravens right guard, dies at 50

01 September 2019 - 10:58 AM

https://www.baltimor...pyyu-story.html

 

Jeff Blackshear, who anchored the Ravens’ right guard position for four seasons in the late 1990s, died Saturday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 50.

 

 


5 shocking but possible Ravens cuts for 2019

30 August 2019 - 12:15 PM

https://ravenswire.u...ome-latest-news

DT, Willie Henry WR, Jaleel Scott OLB, Tim Williams CB, Cyrus Jones S, Chuck Clark

 

I can see Henry being out.  He has played poorly for a while now.  I think they should keep Scott.  Go with 6 WRs bc he has produced this summer.  Williams should be on man out.  They have to keep Jones.  Clark can go with not to big a deal.

 

 

 

 

 


One-on-One: NFL teams that could fade after 2-0 starts

29 August 2019 - 11:50 AM

https://www.yardbark..._13132_29858558

 

 

Look no further than the Baltimore Ravens. John Harbaugh’s team couldn’t ask for a better start to the 2019 schedule, as it visits the Miami Dolphins before playing host to the Arizona Cardinals. Baltimore is going to unveil its new offense,  and for all the hype and discussion surrounding what it might look like, one thing everyone agrees on is that it will be run-heavy. The Dolphins’ defense was 31 st in the league against the run last year. Who was worse? You guessed it, the Cardinals.

Miami still can’t pick a quarterback to start Week 1, and Arizona figures to have growing pains with Kyler Murray at the helm. By rights, the Ravens should start 2-0. Their schedule stiffens in a hurry, though, with a home date against the Browns sandwiched in between road games with Kansas City and Pittsburgh. A brief breather against the Bengals follows, but then Baltimore must go on the road to Seattle before hosting New England. It’s very easy to look at those first eight games and see no better than a 3-5 mark. The back half of the schedule includes road games in Cleveland, as well as a trip out west to play the Rams, and a season-ending contest with the Steelers. Long story short, Ravens fans? Don’t start making playoff plans if you start 2-0. 

For the most part I have to agree.