Week 3 v. Ravens

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    Week 3 v. Ravens

    Anyone else sick of hearing "Flacco outplayed Brady and if that no name WR held onto the ball they MIGHT be in the SB." I am hoping that Brady and the defense mops up these guys? The WR didn't hold onto the ball and the Pats D made the more great play at the right time. Sure Brady didn't have a great game and Flacco finally looked good against one of the worst passing defenses in the league last year that focused on stopping Rice more than anything else.

    The Ravens defense will be missing Suggs, but it will still be a early test of this teams offense. I can only hope we beat the snot out of them and the media can get their head out of space a realize Flacco still and will always be a mediocre QB.

    Anyone else have any feelings about this AFC championship game rematch?
     
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    The Ravens, as long as they have existed have walked out of every loss with a list of excuses how they really won. They seem to hire coaches to support that loser mentality, which is why they will never go to the SB again.
     
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    I would love to walk into Baltimore and slap them around like lil B!thches and leave with a 35-10 win.
     
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    Agreed, Quagmire, and having Pollard carted off the field would be icing on the cake, as well.
     
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    Oh man I would love to go Nancy Karrigen on Pollard! He basically killed our SB chances when he wrapped at twisted Gronks feet. As a matter of fact I hope Jones takes a few tips from his brother and takes Flacco out also.
     
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    Not a good forecast.  Covering the past three years with emphasis on last year, Baltimore has the second best home field advantage in the NFL.  The crowd works the refs all day.  I wonder what scab refs will do under pressure.

    My numbers are admittedly shaky in preseason, particularly with the Patriots who have their cards close to their vest so far in preseason, but right now I have Baltimore as a 3.4 point overdog at Baltimore. 

    Baltimore's starters did their good thing at home against Jacksonville last night.  They looked good at home against Detroit.  They looked completely awful on the road against Atlanta.
     
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    Flacco=Overated and we runs screens with chop-blocks on Pollard til he retires.
     
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    27-3 Patriots
     

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