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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : I already said that. The Ravens had their chances and they lost. They knew what to expect from the Zebras, they should have taken it into account and should have won the game anyway. They didn't, and that's OK too. Life goes on, you don't dwell on it. That's for us fans.
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid


    Repeat after me:  " the Pats are a better team".  "The Ravens lost to a better team"
    That's how you loose like a man.
    Feel better!
     
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    I guess in the Boston and Foxborough areas, it's illegal to get within the same zip code of New England quarterback Tom Brady without drawing a roughing the quarterback penalty

    All QB's in the NFL are coddled!  This columnist is angry so he focuses on Brady. The rules have changed to protect them even more.  When you get near a QB's knee that should be a penalty
     
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    For what it's worth, they just called the same thing in the Denver -- Dallas game.

    Not only is that penalty going to get called all out of proportion to reality this season, but quarterbacks are already aware of it and flopping like Vlade Divac.

    (or did you not notice both Brady and Flacco pulling Stanislavsky's?)
     
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    Maroney might be good for one thing..replacing Faulk who no doubt will be retiring soon..and that is not a slight on Faulk as he is great..Maroney cant rush but he is quick enough to catch  and run and could succeed in that capacity..
     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Fair enough. Baltimore Sports writers are independent thinkers. I'll give you that. Let me give you another one from the same paper by Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun: http://weblogs.baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/blog/2009/10/it_was_a_bad_day_for_nfl_officiating.html It reads as follows "It was a bad day for NFL officiating Except for middle linebacker Ray Lewis, most of the Ravens didn't want to criticize the officiating, so I will. I've been covering the NFL since 1987, and no one will ever accuse me of being a Ravens' homer, but this was one of the worst officiated games I've ever seen. Yes, the Ravens got hosed, to make it plain and simple. They didn't get any good spots on short yardage situations either on offense or defense. I guess in the Boston and Foxborough areas, it's illegal to get within the same zip code of New England quarterback Tom Brady without drawing a roughing the quarterback penalty. It's even worse when Brady is gesturing to the official to throw the flag and then the official throws it, which draws laughter from Brady. That really looks bad, or as Lewis says, "it's embarrassing to the league." Lewis went off in the locker room for about five minutes after the game about the officiating. The segment will be played repeatedly for the next couple of days, and the Ravens and Lewis will be blamed for having sour grapes. But that's not the case. Lewis will also be fined but I suggest the NFL review the tapes, and then start handing out fines to some of the officials for missed calls. It was a bad day for the NFL."
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid


    Rules are rules.  If you don't like them, try to get them changed.  But if they exist, they are supposed to be enforced.  Neither of those penalties called against Baltimore were questionable.  If Baltimore does not play stupidly, they don't get penalized.  If Baltimore plays stupidly, don't blame the refs for enforcing the rules.  And by the way, New England was also penalized during the game. 
     
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    So if he's intimidate on the 20, he's tough and he just didn't make a play and it happens, but if he drops it in the endzone, that's a different story?

    Thanks for the tip.
     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : I watched the game on CBS and Simms who has played as a QB in the NFL who watched the replay several times, maintained that this could have been ruled a pass and legal shift on the offense. What I thought was also lame was the main zebra saying the receiver got the first down (but it came back because of penalty). This was also questioned by Simms. The receiver 's foot was out of bounce has he reached over the first down marker, which makes him down 1 yard shy of the first down. However, I don't think it mattered at that point. The Ravens needed to get a touchdown and they didn't.
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid

    I already posted about this, but you just don't get it. 

    From the NFL Rulebook

    Rule 7, Section 2, Article 6

    After a shift or huddle all offensive players after assuming a set position must come to an absolute stop. They also must remain stationary in their position without any movement of their feet, head or arms, or swaying of their body for a period of at least one second before snap.

    Article 6

    Penalty: For illegal pause or motion after a shift: Loss of five yards from previous spot. In case of doubt the penalty is to be enforced.

    SUPPLEMENTAL NOTES

    (1) A single man in motion is not a shift, but if he is moving directly forward at the snap, it is illegal motion (7-2-5-c).

    (2) After a shift if all players come to a legal stop and then one or more men start again before snap, the play may result in encroaching (7-2-2), illegal motion (7-2-5), a second shift (7-2-6), or a false start (7-3-4).


     
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    I guess in the Boston and Foxborough areas, it's illegal to get within the same zip code of New England quarterback Tom Brady without drawing a roughing the quarterback penalty All QB's in the NFL are coddled!  This columnist is angry so he focuses on Brady. The rules have changed to protect them even more.  When you get near a QB's knee that should be a penalty
    Posted by Rocky

    Exactly. Did he not see Suggs dive at Brady's knees and, as a sports writer, does he somehow not know that it is illegal?

     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Smug? ouch. And there I was thinking that pointing out that you like to talk above people and continually remind us that you are and ed-u-kay-toor was merely me being observant. Oh well. Live and learn. Okay -- that's over . . . Now say something esoteric . . . like . . . I dunno . . . esoteric. (or maybe just revisit the meaning of the word "smug.")
    Posted by prairiemike


    Exactly.

    And where would we be without you pointing all of those things that need pointing out?

    In a completely justified and earnest fashion, of course. Right?

    Now say something pithy and self-serving.

    On the count of one-two-three . . .

     . . .oh, wait, was pithy too esoteric? (Which makes you right.) Or was esoteric too pithy? (Which makes me right.) Or does it really matter to you, when you take shots at people here? The practice is its reward, as they say?

    We should all be like you right? MVP should spend time at work editing his posts, and I should stop using words I like? And we can meet in the middle at Lake Wobegon, and trade needless barbs until we settle into our pillows with smiles.

    Or does none of it matter, because it just depends on *your* mood?

    Honestly, the point of that post was YOUR entertainment, for the sake of camaraderie, because you seem to get a kick out of wordplay, like I do. I actually consider you a bright, if not somewhat deranged, fellow. But I wasn't expecting a rag session from our local satirist.

     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Mike Preston gets the rules as does everybody else. It is the interpretation of the rules in that game that was highly questionable. As Mike said, the ref throws the flag after Brady looks at him and motions to throw the flag. That's comical.
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid


    Suggs did actually hit Brady.  The NFL is serious about protecting quarterbacks.  Defensive players should know that.  Suggs did something stupid.  He's going to be penalized.  Don't whine because the refs are enforcing penalties the NFL has made clear it is going to enforce.  Part of being a great team is not committing stupid penalties.  The Ravens are not disciplined enough to be considered a great team, or at least they were not today.  Like the rules or not, you are stuck with them. 
     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Of course you blame the refs. In the NFL you cannot overcome 3 bad penalty calls on the road against a good team, and yet the Ravens almost did. To say Mark Clayton was intimidated is silly. These are football players, they're tough. He just didn't make a play. It happens. Randy Moss has never dropped a pass? It is what it is. You can't overanalyze one dropped ball. If he drops it in the end-zone, that's a different story.
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid

    Why are you even here? This is a football board and you clearly have no idea about it.

    They do actually have rules and they do actually enforce them. I have found the best way not to get called for something when playing a sport is to not do it. The Ravens could use some of this wisdom.

    Wide Receivers are intimidated by hard hitting defenders each week. Do you not watch the games. Look at SB XXXVI. The Pats D had the Rams receivers afraid to come over the middle after the first quarter. It happens. The receiver on this play clearly flinches. He lost concentration on the ball because he was expecting the hit. As a consequence he failed to make the play. Meriweather had been hitting tough all game and this gets into the minds of those they are defending. To think otherwise just demonstrates a lack of football knowledge.

     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Of course you blame the refs. In the NFL you cannot overcome 3 bad penalty calls on the road against a good team, and yet the Ravens almost did. To say Mark Clayton was intimidated is silly. These are football players, they're tough. He just didn't make a play. It happens. Randy Moss has never dropped a pass? It is what it is. You can't overanalyze one dropped ball. If he drops it in the end-zone, that's a different story.
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid

    Yeah,sure it was the refs fault.And whose fault was it was it when you lost 3 times in the same season to Pitt last year? Whose fault was it when we beat you the other 4 times? Whose fault was it in 2008 and 2007 when the Colts beat you for a combined 75 pts to 23?LMFAO.Yeah its always some excuse.The usual BS from chumps like you.For 4 days you were on our board saying how we were going to whine and make excuses for our loss.You've b!tched about spygate as a response to everything we posted and now,you blame the refs.Typical BS from a trailer park trash MF'r fan of a second level team.Your team just went from contender to pretender and that 1 in the loss column just came from NE.Come back when you can run with the big dogs.
     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Suggs did actually hit Brady.  The NFL is serious about protecting quarterbacks.  Defensive players should know that.  Suggs did something stupid.  He's going to be penalized.  Don't whine because the refs are enforcing penalties the NFL has made clear it is going to enforce.  Part of being a great team is not committing stupid penalties.  The Ravens are not disciplined enough to be considered a great team, or at least they were not today.  Like the rules or not, you are stuck with them. 
    Posted by newenglanderinexile

    Actually, your post just reminded me of the last win the Pats had against the Ravens. They pretty much had the win, but totally broke down on the Pats winning drive. How many fouls did they commit? Bart Scott was called for 2 Unsportsmanlike Conduct calls on the TD and the Pats had to kick-off from the Ravens 30. They lack mental discipline when the game is on the line. Worse, they blame others for it.

     
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    Pat's need help again I read .. can't you win a game on your own without help from the refs ... pretty bad .. video recordings are out but you still find a way to win ... now it's the refs ...
     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Exactly. And where would we be without you pointing all of those things that need pointing out? In a completely justified and earnest fashion, of course. Right? Now say something pithy and self-serving. On the count of one-two-three . . .  . . .oh, wait, was pithy too esoteric? (Which makes you right.) Or was esoteric too pithy? (Which makes me right.) Or does it really matter to you, when you take shots at people here? The practice is its reward, as they say? We should all be like you right? MVP should spend time at work editing his posts, and I should stop using words I like? And we can meet in the middle at Lake Wobegon, and trade needless barbs until we settle into our pillows with smiles. Or does none of it matter, because it just depends on *your* mood? Honestly, the point of that post was YOUR entertainment, for the sake of camaraderie, because you seem to get a kick out of wordplay, like I do. I actually consider you a bright, if not somewhat deranged, fellow. But I wasn't expecting a rag session from our local satirist.
    Posted by zbellino


    Hey Z, listen . . .  it is all entertainment.

    I never come in here with the direct intention of making personal attacks (although I often have to be reminded that, quite often, that is what ends up happening). We could sit here all day playing semantic one-upsmanship, but that would serve no useful purpose and I suspect neither of us could be an impartial judge anyway. I guess I've just gotten too comfortable with the notion that most of the regs in here know I'm only here to bust balls, and not everybody is down with that.

    Oh well . . .
     
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    Light was horrible again. He plays about two good games a season. What hold does he have over the coaching staff? He almost cost us the game.
    And, Maroney! Ship this guy out! Send him to China...anywhere. Just get rid of him. This guy dances and dances. Lordy.

     
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    the ravens hurt themselves with penalties (with a lot of help from the refs) and then the dropped pass at the end of the game. the game would have been decided pretty much had mark clayton caught that pass. other than that, the defense gave up way too many plays, and the refs helped with their bullsh!t calls. roughing the passer on haloti ngata and terrell suggs almost made me spit up my beer. tom brady is a punk of a quarterback and i don't understand why he just doesn't play golf instead. i'm annoyed right now. i give it to the patriots for good defense for this game, and b-more's defense didn't step up, but the blatant bogus calls were what did me in. this will be a wake up call for bmore, because now they should know what's needed to beat a team that always has the refs in their back pocket. i hope they enjoy their free champagne or whatever the hell belichick promised them. they will get theirs in the end. just like with the superbowl, they didn't win, because they didn't deserve to win. they are cheaters and nothing anyone will say will change my mind.
     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Hey Z, listen . . .  it is all entertainment. I never come in here with the direct intention of making personal attacks (although I often have to be reminded that, quite often, that is what ends up happening). We could sit here all day playing semantic one-upsmanship, but that would serve no useful purpose and I suspect neither of us could be an impartial judge anyway. I guess I've just gotten too comfortable with the notion that most of the regs in here know I'm only here to bust balls, and not everybody is down with that. Oh well . . .
    Posted by prairiemike


    Hey, I have as thick a hide as the next fellow, and to that point I accepted the mantle of jacka$$ with nothing more than wink -- understanding PM was being PM again.

    But I thought the insinuation (no, direct exclamation) that word fun = stroking my ego, was unwarranted. I have mentioned what I do for a living a small handful of times, (one handed counting, twice to you) and only to people who I (quite frankly) wouldn't mind buying a beer for.

    I took exception to what was a misread of my character.

    That said, if you find yourself in New Orleans -- and I think everyone does once in their life whether they remember how they got there or not -- you can take me up on that beer at your leisure.

    Until then,  I (with the rest of your cheeky regulars) await your gentle rebuke.

    ;-)

     
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    the ravens hurt themselves with penalties (with a lot of help from the refs) and then the dropped pass at the end of the game. the game would have been decided pretty much had mark clayton caught that pass. other than that, the defense gave up way too many plays, and the refs helped with their bullsh!t calls. roughing the passer on haloti ngata and terrell suggs almost made me spit up my beer. tom brady is a punk of a quarterback and i don't understand why he just doesn't play golf instead. i'm annoyed right now. i give it to the patriots for good defense for this game, and b-more's defense didn't step up, but the blatant bogus calls were what did me in. this will be a wake up call for bmore, because now they should know what's needed to beat a team that always has the refs in their back pocket. i hope they enjoy their free champagne or whatever the hell belichick promised them. they will get theirs in the end. just like with the superbowl, they didn't win, because they didn't deserve to win. they are cheaters and nothing anyone will say will change my mind.
    Posted by purplemusicmama


    But, of course, when roughing was called on the Pats -- and an illegal motion penalty that was a perfectly legal shift -- those were good calls, Yes?
     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : Of course you blame the refs. In the NFL you cannot overcome 3 bad penalty calls on the road against a good team, and yet the Ravens almost did. To say Mark Clayton was intimidated is silly. These are football players, they're tough. He just didn't make a play. It happens. Randy Moss has never dropped a pass? It is what it is. You can't overanalyze one dropped ball. If he drops it in the end-zone, that's a different story.
    Posted by PurpleKoolaid


    All THREE of the final three passes hit Clayton in the hands.  Regardless of whether he was intimidated or not, it was a poor showing by an inferior player.  I'm not talking s***, but I think it's time for you to admit that Clayton is subpar.

    Let's go penalty by penalty.

    1Q, 13:20.  Encroachment, Tully Banta-Cain (NE).  Straight forward.

    1Q, 11:59.  False Start, Jared Gaither (BAL).  Straight forward.  I hope you're not arguing these.

    1Q, 10:12.  Encroachment, Adalius Thomas (NE).  Straight forward.

    1Q, 07:28.  Delay of Game, Flacco (BAL).  Don't even try it.  No excuses for QB's to take delay of game penalties.  Besides, by your theory, this penalty didn't matter because Mason caught a touchdown immediately herafter.

    1Q, 03:35.  Roughing the Passer, Haloti Ngata (BAL).  Yes, this was absurd to the casual fan.  Yes, even as a Patriots fan I didn't like it.  BUT the league has been consistent on this call for the past two years, if not more.

    2Q, 15:00.  False Start, Dan Koppen (NE).

    2Q, 7:11.  Intentional Grounding, Joe Flacco (BAL).  Yes, he was outside the pocket, but the ball never came close to the line of scrimmage.  This is his own fault - he threw it left handed.  This is besides the point, though, because the Ravens' o-line got beat bad today.

    2Q, 5:16.  Roughing the Passer, Terrelle Suggs (BAL).  This was the dirtiest play of the day.  Suggs was NOT touched by a blocker.  He took three steps and then fell shoulder first right into Brady's knee.  You just don't fall into guys' knees.  Regardless, this was undoubtedly the correct call.  The ball was away for a good second and a half, and Suggs had three steps and two seconds to go elsewhere (somewhere other than Brady's knee).  I hope Suggs is fined to send a message, but I don't expect or want a suspension.

    2Q, 2:49.  Unnecessary Roughness, Mike Wright (NE).  I had a HUGE beef with this one.  It wasn't the hitting the quarterback in the head thing (that's roughing).  It's beyond me how he got a penalty.  The only thing I saw that was even remotely unnecessary was trying to strip the ball.  The PATRIOTS have a right to be upset about this one.  NOT the Ravens.

    3Q, 13:38.  Illegal Contact, C. Carr (BAL).  It was 3rd and 10, but there was no debate as to whether Welker was 5 yards downfield (he was running a 8-10 yard out), and no doubt whether Carr touched him (he pushed).  You may not LIKE THE RULE, but it's still the rule, and the call was correct.  By your theory, this call doesn't matter anyway - the Patriots ended up punting.

    3Q, 13:33.  Unsportsmanlike Conduct, Baltimore bench.  Again, by your theory, this penalty had no effect on the outcome because the Pats ended up punting.  This was, though, undoubtedly stupid.  There's no excuse for a coach costing a team 15 yards - coaches should know how not to hurt their team's efforts.

    3Q, 13:07.  Holding, Matt Light (NE).  No argument here, it was the right call because Light was beat.

    3Q, 2:31.  Encroachment during the extra point kick.

    3Q, 1:52.  Offensive pass interference, Derrick Mason (BAL).  Mason ran into Bodden.  If I were a Ravens fan, this would be the call to debate, because it was debatable.

    4Q, 7:18.  Illegal motion, Chris Baker (NE).  I had a huge beef with this one because it was a beautifully drawn play that was executed correctly within the rules, and was penalized anyway.  By the way, the Ravens didn't challenge whether Baker got the first down - they challenged whether or not it was a catch.  This cost the Pats a red zone first down.

    Out of the 9 penalties called on the Ravens, only two were questionable (roughing the passer on Ngata and offensive pass interference on Mason).  The other 7 were boneheaded plays.  One was just outright dirty (Suggs taking a dive at Brady's knee unprovoked).  The Ravens overcame their one questionable call by scoring on the McGahee pass over the middle.

    Out of the 5 penalties called on the Patriots, one was questionable (unnecessary roughness on Mike Wright) and three were boneheaded.  One might have saved Brady from another strip-sack (Light's hold).

    7 boneheaded penalties on the Ravens.  The Patriots scored twice after being flagged, showing that they could overcome penalties.  The refs had no effect.  The Ravens lost.
     
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    the ravens hurt themselves with penalties (with a lot of help from the refs) and then the dropped pass at the end of the game. the game would have been decided pretty much had mark clayton caught that pass. other than that, the defense gave up way too many plays, and the refs helped with their bullsh!t calls. roughing the passer on haloti ngata and terrell suggs almost made me spit up my beer. tom brady is a punk of a quarterback and i don't understand why he just doesn't play golf instead. i'm annoyed right now. i give it to the patriots for good defense for this game, and b-more's defense didn't step up, but the blatant bogus calls were what did me in. this will be a wake up call for bmore, because now they should know what's needed to beat a team that always has the refs in their back pocket. i hope they enjoy their free champagne or whatever the hell belichick promised them. they will get theirs in the end. just like with the superbowl, they didn't win, because they didn't deserve to win. they are cheaters and nothing anyone will say will change my mind.
    Posted by purplemusicmama


    Ignorance is bliss...
     
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    In Response to Re: PATS vs RAVENS - Game Chat : But, of course, when roughing was called on the Pats -- and an illegal motion penalty that was a perfectly legal shift -- those were good calls, Yes?
    Posted by prairiemike



    Hit the nail on the head, prairiemike.
     
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    the ravens hurt themselves with penalties


    The Ravens (much like the Ravens part deux in the Jets) run the kind of ship where that will happen.

    For that matter, why show up to tell NE they stink and that 'nothing they can say will change your mind?'

    This is a forum, they have blogs for one-way communication of this sort.
     
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    relax,  we may get a shot at the patsys' again in foxboro as a result of this game.  don't think for a minute the ravens will forget this fix...er I mean game result.  Yes a win is a win, but the ravens left knowing they are the better team.  do you think the pats did?  god help you squirrels if you have to come to balto in the postseason.  god help you if we have to come to ne in the post season (just ask tenn )
    Posted by baltimoreon


    Do you really think that the refs had anything to do with your blocking breaking down so much?  Or the fact that we hit Flacco 5+ times?  Or the fact that Mark Clayton had the final three passes hit him in the hands?

    Is that really what a better team constitutes?  If so, we have nothing to fear.  Take a look at my listing of the penalties and you'll realize that the Ravens took some pretty dumb penalties.  Delay of game is just inexcusable for an offense.
     
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