Some Ravens Fans Support Domestic Violence

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    Some Ravens Fans Support Domestic Violence

    Ray Rice was cheered last night in Baltimore. Absolutely despicable.  What is wrong with that city?

     
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    Well, were they cheering him because he was there? One can't assume they support his actions, do we?

    One wonders, how would NE fans react if AH returned somehow? I know this would be the long shot from hell, but, what if?

    AGCSBill, just a fan havin' fun!!

     
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    They supported a murderer for over 12 years.  It's no surprise they cheered for Ray Rice.  Because he's done so much for the community, it's easy for them to turn a blind eye to him beating his wife (then fiancee) unconscious.  I hate this team and their fans probably more than the Jets.

     
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    I don't think there's anything particularly special about Baltimore.

    Better ask what is wrong with people, in general.

     

    Of course, it's also the nature of rooting for football players. It's easy not to think of them as people at all. That could be anybody under that helmet. Is rooting for a "bad" guy to play well any worse than not really caring when a "good" guy gets hurt entertaining you?

    I dunno.

    Seems to me that rooting for laundry is pretty silly, in any case.

     

     

    But it's fun . . .   so  . . .   ya know . . .

     

     

     

    Now you listen here! He's not the Messiah . . .   he's a very naughty boy!



     
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    I have zero respect for woman beaters.  I don't care what the situation was. Walk away.  If Tom Brady was arrested for beating Gisele and got off lightly like Ray Rice did, I would be complaining about it the same way.  And he would never have my respect again.  I would boo him and never cheer for him.  Ravens fans defend Ray Rice saying "Oh he's so great in the community.  This was one mistake." Beating your wife unconscious and dragging her out of an elevator isn't a mistake.  It's an act of violence and it shows just what kind of character you really are.  And apparently in Baltimore, they have no problem with murderers and woman beaters.  Says a lot about their mentality.

     
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    They supported a murderer for over 12 years.  It's no surprise they cheered for Ray Rice.  Because he's done so much for the community, it's easy for them to turn a blind eye to him beating his wife (then fiancee) unconscious.  I hate this team and their fans probably more than the Jets.

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    I agree.  Their logo and uniforms are also goofy looking.  Modell founded that crap franchise by stealing it.

     
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    I have zero respect for woman beaters.  I don't care what the situation was. Walk away.  If Tom Brady was arrested for beating Gisele and got off lightly like Ray Rice did, I would be complaining about it the same way.  And he would never have my respect again.  I would boo him and never cheer for him.  Ravens fans defend Ray Rice saying "Oh he's so great in the community.  This was one mistake." Beating your wife unconscious and dragging her out of an elevator isn't a mistake.  It's an act of violence and it shows just what kind of character you really are.  And apparently in Baltimore, they have no problem with murderers and woman beaters.  Says a lot about their mentality.

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    Agreed.  Spot on, man.  It is likely not the first time he hit her too.

    In a nutshell, the ravens are a disgrace to the nfl.

     
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    Funny thing is that murderer will end up in the Hall of Fame.

     
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    Rice made a big mistake and he got a slap on the wrist by Goodell as far as I'm concerned, but the fans cheering for him is a non issue. There's been players on the Patriots who have had spotty records and we have still cheered for them like it didn't matter. An example right now would be Dennard. Not saying ravens fans are the greatest of fans, but this just isn't anything out of the ordinary

     
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    Rice made a big mistake and he got a slap on the wrist by Goodell as far as I'm concerned, but the fans cheering for him is a non issue. There's been players on the Patriots who have had spotty records and we have still cheered for them like it didn't matter. An example right now would be Dennard. Not saying ravens fans are the greatest of fans, but this just isn't anything out of the ordinary

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    Dennard was accosted by a police officer for doing nothing wrong.

    Are you seriously comparing the two?

     
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    Rice made a big mistake and he got a slap on the wrist by Goodell as far as I'm concerned, but the fans cheering for him is a non issue. There's been players on the Patriots who have had spotty records and we have still cheered for them like it didn't matter. An example right now would be Dennard. Not saying ravens fans are the greatest of fans, but this just isn't anything out of the ordinary

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    You can't compare punching a cop to punching a woman. And I come from a family with a lot of cops, they would all feel the same.

     
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    Rice made a big mistake and he got a slap on the wrist by Goodell as far as I'm concerned, but the fans cheering for him is a non issue. There's been players on the Patriots who have had spotty records and we have still cheered for them like it didn't matter. An example right now would be Dennard. Not saying ravens fans are the greatest of fans, but this just isn't anything out of the ordinary

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    There was no clear cut video evidence of Dennard punching a cop, or dragging him up an elevator like laundry. 

     
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    Obviously punching a woman is worse than punching a cop. What rice did is despicable, I'm just saying it's not like ravens fans are the only ones who would still cheer on rice on the football field.

     
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    who freaking cares.

    its football they are supporting the player not his actions.

    stop caring about Baltimore and all it's crap.

     
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    "He made a mistake." As if that makes it's all better. "It's OK, it was just this one mistake."

    A mistake is misspelling a word or getting in a car accident, or not checking the expiration date on the milk carton before taking a swig.

    Punching a woman in the head is a conscious choice, an intentional act. It's not a mistake. 

    Just because you regret after the fact that you chose to do something stupid, doesn't change what it was. It was a violent act by a punk not worthy of anyone's respect. Frankly, I think Rice's biggest regret is he got caught. 

     
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    who freaking cares.

    its football they are supporting the player not his actions.

    stop caring about Baltimore and all it's crap.

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    +1!!!!!!!!!

    the ravens are in rusty and dexters heads lol

     
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    Obviously punching a woman is worse than punching a cop. What rice did is despicable, I'm just saying it's not like ravens fans are the only ones who would still cheer on rice on the football field.

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    You might punch someone who grabs you from behind too.

    You are right, though.  The ravens cheered on ray "oj simpson" lewis for 10 years after he murdered 2 people so i guess rice coldcocking a female on film is not as bad.

     
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    who freaking cares.

    its football they are supporting the player not his actions.

    stop caring about Baltimore and all it's crap.

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    Stop caring about other nfl franchise enabling domestic abusers and also being hypocrites along with rogie goodell?

    Why?

    Rogie goodell is a hypocrite as is the ravens franchise and its fans.

    It needs to be pointed out.

     
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    Seriously, if the same exact thing happened to a Patriot player or even the coach, what exactly would your reaction be? Honestly. I'd guarantee you claim that there was no actual proof of the hit and that the police were out to get the Patriots and framing Player/Coach A

     
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    Seriously, if the same exact thing happened to a Patriot player or even the coach, what exactly would your reaction be? Honestly. I'd guarantee you claim that there was no actual proof of the hit and that the police were out to get the Patriots and framing Player/Coach A

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    If it was on film?  Is that a serious question or are you deciding to now become a troll with the rest of them?

    My god, joe.  Sometimes you need to just call it like it is.

     
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    Rusty, I'm not arguing that what rice did isn't horrible. That's obvious and you're absolutely right that he is a punk for assaulting a female. What I'm saying is that it's football, the fans want to see a good product and rice is a very good player. I don't know how the fans around here would react to a situation like this, but neither do you.

     
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    Seriously, if the same exact thing happened to a Patriot player or even the coach, what exactly would your reaction be? Honestly. I'd guarantee you claim that there was no actual proof of the hit and that the police were out to get the Patriots and framing Player/Coach A

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    If it was on film?  Is that a serious question or are you deciding to now become a troll with the rest of them?

    My god, joe.  Sometimes you need to just call it like it is.

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    What if BB did the same exact thing Rusty? What if there is the same exact scenario/video/etc. of BB and his girl? What exactly would your reaction be? Honeslty, that's all I want to know. Because I seriously doubt you would hate him and not cheer for him

     
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    "He made a mistake." As if that makes it's all better. "It's OK, it was just this one mistake."

    A mistake is misspelling a word or getting in a car accident, or not checking the expiration date on the milk carton before taking a swig.

    Punching a woman in the head is a conscious choice, an intentional act. It's not a mistake. 

    Just because you regret after the fact that you chose to do something stupid, doesn't change what it was. It was a violent act by a punk not worthy of anyone's respect. Frankly, I think Rice's biggest regret is he got caught. 

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    You continue to be one of my favorite posters in here.  You're smart and you make sense.  Couldn't have said this better myself...although I tried. 

     
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    Seriously, if the same exact thing happened to a Patriot player or even the coach, what exactly would your reaction be? Honestly. I'd guarantee you claim that there was no actual proof of the hit and that the police were out to get the Patriots and framing Player/Coach A

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    If it was on film?  Is that a serious question or are you deciding to now become a troll with the rest of them?

    My god, joe.  Sometimes you need to just call it like it is.

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    What if BB did the same exact thing Rusty? What if there is the same exact scenario/video/etc. of BB and his girl? What exactly would your reaction be? Honeslty, that's all I want to know. Because I seriously doubt you would hate him and not cheer for him

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    "Greatest wife beater of all time. Thanks again, BB."

     
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    Seriously, if the same exact thing happened to a Patriot player or even the coach, what exactly would your reaction be? Honestly. I'd guarantee you claim that there was no actual proof of the hit and that the police were out to get the Patriots and framing Player/Coach A

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    If it was on film?  Is that a serious question or are you deciding to now become a troll with the rest of them?

    My god, joe.  Sometimes you need to just call it like it is.

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    What if BB did the same exact thing Rusty? What if there is the same exact scenario/video/etc. of BB and his girl? What exactly would your reaction be? Honeslty, that's all I want to know. Because I seriously doubt you would hate him and not cheer for him

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    Newsflash joe:  bb would never, ever keep a player here with video evidence of something like that.

    End of story.

     
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