Originally Posted by rharris1986
If losing our remaining games means we get rid of Cam - I WOULD TAKE THAT IN A HEARTBEAT!
You seem to think I regret saying that - you are grossly mistaken! It also doesn't mean I am not a Ravens fan. Its like cutting out a cancer that will save or at least extend your life (in this case its Joe's and the Raven's future success that are at stake). Ask the Colt fans if they regret losing all those games last year - see what kind of answer you get.
The more you restate
Originally Posted by callahan09
Just decided to look into our third or fourth downs with <= 2 yards to go situations, and here's what I found:
Flacco has a 0.0 QB Rating on 12 such downs. 3 / 11 for 7 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT, 1 Sack. Only 2 first downs. That means 16.7% success rate.
On the other hand, with run plays, we have 18 attempts for 47 yards, 3 TD, 0 Fumbles. 12 first downs. That's a 66.7% success rate.
Remind me again why we ever pass in those situations?
Originally Posted by TheJoeFlaccoShow
This article is just more of the same, Suggs claiming he will defy all logic and make a miraculous comeback in a time no athlete has ever done before. Yeah I am sure HE has a (completely unrealistic, wildly optomistic, I am Supreman) date to return. It means nothing.
He isn't coming back week 7...or week 9.....or week 11. Watch.
Late Dec is 8 months from surgery, the fastest any athlete has ever come back from an achilles surgery. EVER. In the history of the world.
There are some interesting options too look at in terms of left tackles in 2013. I'm not talking about Jake Long who will be a FA, he will totally be out of our reach. However there are some other solid options that we could probably afford. This is assuming that Bryant McKinnie is not extended or doesn't stay with us after 2012.
Duane Brown (6'4, 320 lbs):
I really like this guy, he has been an excellent tackle in that crazy ZBS that the Texans run, he has paved the way for