Harbaugh making excuses for the beating the Pats gave the Ravens

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    Re: Harbaugh making excuses for the beating the Pats gave the Ravens

    BB is killin' 'em with kindness, imo.  He gushed on and on about Harbaugh's prowess as an NFL coach in his presser.  I'm sure he's aware of Harbaugh's opinion of him and the Pats' organization in general.  To me, Harbaugh represents the pinnacle of the modern generation of younger coaches: entitled and sectionalizing. 

    On the other hand, I can't recall a game b/t these teams that didn't find most of the Ravens running their mouths afterwards.  This one brought down the doom and gloom on their team. 

     

     
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    "On the other hand, I can't recall a game b/t these teams that didn't find most of the Ravens running their mouths afterwards.  This one brought down the doom and gloom on their team. "

    And that's the best Christmas gift of all

     
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    Re: Harbaugh making excuses for the beating the Pats gave the Ravens

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    BB is killin' 'em with kindness, imo.  He gushed on and on about Harbaugh's prowess as an NFL coach in his presser.  I'm sure he's aware of Harbaugh's opinion of him and the Pats' organization in general.  To me, Harbaugh represents the pinnacle of the modern generation of younger coaches: entitled and sectionalizing. 

    On the other hand, I can't recall a game b/t these teams that didn't find most of the Ravens running their mouths afterwards.  This one brought down the doom and gloom on their team. 

     

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    Pretty sure you have me ignore, but BB helped push Harbaugh into the role.  Bisciotti called BB and asked him about Rexie and Harbaugh. BB suggested Harbaugh over the immature Rexie.  

    Harbaugh is a better leader than Rexie, but not by much.   Each act entitled.   Each showcases poor behavior that trickles down to the roster.

    I think everyone was stunned at Harbaugh's communications sabotage inference after the 2011 AFC title game. Absolutely gutless and classless, on top of another excuse. The official down and distance is always on the field. It shouldn't matter one of the scoreboards has a malfunction or not.

     

     

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    ???  WT F are you talking about?  

    Not a button I use. Not even for Leon.  That's why I can read and reply to your posts.  

     
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    Re: Harbaugh making excuses for the beating the Pats gave the Ravens

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    BB is killin' 'em with kindness, imo.  He gushed on and on about Harbaugh's prowess as an NFL coach in his presser.  I'm sure he's aware of Harbaugh's opinion of him and the Pats' organization in general.  To me, Harbaugh represents the pinnacle of the modern generation of younger coaches: entitled and sectionalizing. 

    On the other hand, I can't recall a game b/t these teams that didn't find most of the Ravens running their mouths afterwards.  This one brought down the doom and gloom on their team. 

     

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    Pretty sure you have me ignore, but BB helped push Harbaugh into the role.  Bisciotti called BB and asked him about Rexie and Harbaugh. BB suggested Harbaugh over the immature Rexie.  

    Harbaugh is a better leader than Rexie, but not by much.   Each act entitled.   Each showcases poor behavior that trickles down to the roster.

    I think everyone was stunned at Harbaugh's communications sabotage inference after the 2011 AFC title game. Absolutely gutless and classless, on top of another excuse. The official down and distance is always on the field. It shouldn't matter one of the scoreboards has a malfunction or not.

     

     

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    ???  WT F are you talking about?  

    Not a button I use. Not even for Leon.  That's why I can read and reply to your posts.  

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    My mistake. I thought you were one who recently put me on ignore.  

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    Nah.  You actually know the game better than most here, imo.  I hate that button.

     
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    Re: Harbaugh making excuses for the beating the Pats gave the Ravens

    I don't understand the criticism of a coach who allows his competitive nature to sometimes get the better of him in public? I think it motivates the team and everyone knows to not read anything into it. Coach Bill has a ton of respect for Harbaugh, and anything Coach H says in the heat of battle is not taken personally....

    i actually prefer it to the milk toast comments made every week about the opposition...

     
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    Re: Harbaugh making excuses for the beating the Pats gave the Ravens

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    From PFT.com:

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

    The Ravens won a hard-fought game in Detroit last Monday night and then returned home for a date with the Patriots that wound up being an ugly one for the home team.

    New England won 41-7 in a game that saw the Ravens struggle in all phases with even Justin Tucker missing a field goal on a day when nothing went right. Among the reasons that coach John Harbaugh cited when asked about his team’s listless performance was the impact of coming off a short week following a road game on Monday night.

    “It did, we felt it,” Harbaugh said, via the Baltimore Sun. “We fought through it all week as best we could. Our guys were excited to play, and I thought the effort was there. They fought like crazy, but we just didn’t have enough juice to pull it off. It’s a legitimate factor. Everybody has scheduling issues that they’ve got to deal with in the NFL, and that was one of ours.”

    While there’s no denying the lost day of preparation that comes from playing on Monday night, the records show that it hasn’t been too great of an issue across the board this season. Teams that play on Monday night are now 16-15 in the next week while teams that played on the road are 7-9. Harbaugh’s own career record stands at 3-3 after playing Monday night on the road, which shows that the team can overcome the schedule on occasion.

    It may have been a factor in the loss, but it’s hard to feel that a little missing juice was the difference maker in a game the Patriots won by 34 points.

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         Typical of what we've come to expect from the Buzzards over the past decade. Whenever they lose, there's always an excuse.

     
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    Re: Harbaugh making excuses for the beating the Pats gave the Ravens

    The 40 whiners won the SB last year if the refs make the call in the endzone on their last play! Not just maybe PI, but quite clearly PI. The Harbaugh's and the Manning's are two families that are blessed with every call imaginable, and the last thing I ever want to see is any of these 4 blowhards in a SB ever again! I don't wish any ill will on them, but I'm definately not rooting for them to be successful...

     
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