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    Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)



    DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed in this post are for entertainment purposes only and in no way reflect the beliefs of the management or administration of this delightful website. Any similarities to persons alive, dead, or Lee Evans is purely coincidental. So without the play-calling genius of Cam Cameron or the play-challenging brilliance of John Harbaugh influencing my performance, I humbly present to you this clearly ELITE edition of-Heroes & Goats...


    HEROES:

    1) RAY RICE- Not quite sure what you need to do to prove you deserve to touch the ball more each game, date Cameron's daughter perhaps? But you never complain and always give us your BEST, which in my opinion, makes you the best thing about our offense.

    2) ED REED- Our old reliable sure-fire HOF Safety is still making more big plays than Broadway week in and week out, even if his facial appearance suggests that he's a ranked competitor on the bumfight circuit.

    3) JUSTIN TUCKER- You rock waaaay more than any rookie kicker has the right to.

    4) RAVENS SPECIAL TEAMS- I may joke about the fact that Harbs is a Special Teams coach, but the truth is you guys have really stepped up consistently for this team... Kudos!

    5) ANQUAN BOLDIN- I'm calling bullshit on that offensive PI call in the 4th Qtr and a false start penalty doesn't negate the fact that you carried a good chunk of the load for us throughout the game and are probably still the most intimidating WR in the game from a sheer toughness standpoint.

    Honorable Mentions:

    1. Vonta Leach- The Juggernaut strikes again! They may STILL be removing shredded pieces of Casey Hampton's uniform and dignity out of the turf at M&T Bank today! Also, I never knew that a FB/TE hybrid existed until you arrived, bro!

    2. Bernard Pierce- You are an excellent change-of-pace back and a real threat to tote the rock all the way to the endzone each time you carry it. Excellent performance Sunday, but you're still carrying Ray Rice's shoulder pads after practice, rookie.

    3. Offensive Line- Actually you did a nice job of run blocking and giving Flacco time in the pocket to throw. Not your fault that he wasted it like Justin Timberlake in that sci-fi flick with Amanda Seyfried.

    4. Corey Graham- What can I say about a guy thrust in a starting role who comes up big each week? In the words of Samuel L. Jackson: "GOOD JOB, MOTHAFUCKA!!"


    GOATS:

    1) JOE FLACCO- Why do you feel it's okay to totter around in the pocket and take unnecessary hits/turnovers instead of throwing the ball away or (God Forbid) USING YOUR FUCKING LEGS, Sloppy Joe? No wonder Mike Tomlin's Omar Epps lookin' ass wanted to shake your hand instead of Harbaugh's after the game... Your inaccuracy, incompetence and all-around poor play continually gave his team new life. Being that the game didn't start until 4:25pm ET and given your suckass performance, I'm wondering what exactly were you doing at 4:20?

    2) JOHN HARBAUGH/CAM CAMERON- I had to watch Third String Charlie Fucking Batch cry victoriously on the visitor's sideline in our stadium because you two bungling hemorrhoids have the combined brain power and situational awareness of Elmer Fudd. Harbs with a challenge flag is downright embarassing and limiting the touches of our best offensive player yet again proves to me that Cameron either doesn't understand game film or you don't care.

    3) PAUL KRUGER- I can't say this is unexpected given the fact that this team has committed a shitload of stupid personal fouls this season. You've gotta understand that there's a thin line between badass and dumbass in today's NFL, peckerhead...

    4) PASS RUSH- Yeah, you got Biatch down a few times, but far too often he had enough time to pop a couple Viagra and rub one out to one of Ben's teen porn mags before completing a pass. No es bueno.

    5) TORREY SMITH- Your drops and overall lackluster effort can probably be partially credited to frustration due to Flacco's plentiful overthrows/underthrows/wild throws/WTF throws, but I can never excuse such shenanigans from a Maryland Terrapin.




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    I second that. ESPECIALLY the Timberlake bit




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by FellsPointRaven View Post
    I second that. ESPECIALLY the Timberlake bit
    Let me guess, you're listening to Justin's music at work right now.




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    Something I haven't seen mentioned here (I try not to post after a Ravens loss. I can't deal with the bipolar fans) is how on the replay of the sack/fumble, not one receiver had his head turned toward the QB looking for the pass.

    I know Flacco should have probably tucked and ran, but why was there no slant, dig, hitch, hell any play to get the ball out quickly. This is the problem with this offense.

    Torrey smith said in an interview that he had to learn how to play receiver in this system because he was use to cuttting. In this offense he said you just run and kinda stay full speed. WHAT?!!!!




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    I guess the relationship Joe has with every receiver except Pitta and Boldin must not be strong enough. Those are the only two I see coming back to the ball at times. But still... Joe must run or get rid of it when nothing's there. Taking unneccessary strip sacks is dumber than a clone containing the DNA of Marty Bass and Terry Bradshaw.

    UNLEASH THE BEASTS!!!!




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by dscola31 View Post
    Something I haven't seen mentioned here (I try not to post after a Ravens loss. I can't deal with the bipolar fans) is how on the replay of the sack/fumble, not one receiver had his head turned toward the QB looking for the pass.

    I know Flacco should have probably tucked and ran, but why was there no slant, dig, hitch, hell any play to get the ball out quickly. This is the problem with this offense.
    Were the Steelers blitzing? Or did the OL (Oher) get beat with a basic 4-man rush.

    If they were'nt blitzing, then I don't think you can expect the receivers to make any route adjustments. It's on Oher to block better, and if that fails, Flacco needs to throw it away or tuck-and-hold.

    If the Steelers were blitzing, and no assignments were changed. Then yeah, that's a problem.... I will add that the Ravens took advantage of Polamaulu blitzing early in the game with quick hits over the middle.




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    Ravenous52,
    Thank you. Your goats section was spot on and helped, me get that stinky turd of a loss out of my mouth.
    On To DC. Beat the deadskins!




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    I really thought Oher would prove that he is servicable if not good LT this year.... Boy I was wrong... He stinks.




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by dscola31 View Post
    I know Flacco should have probably tucked and ran, but why was there no slant, dig, hitch, hell any play to get the ball out quickly. WHAT?!!!!

    Cam and/or Joe are overly attached the low percentage long routes to Smith. Torrey is most dangerous when he is between a defender and the sideline (his money move is the post-reception spin back in towards the field). Quicker, shorter higher percentage routes were working v. Pitts. (e.g the dump offs to Leach, who I'm glad to see absorbing some of those tackles at the sidelines on outlets - that will help prolong Rice's career).

    Quote Originally Posted by RAVENOUS52
    Joe must run or get rid of it when nothing's there.
    MY PET PEEVE VS. JOE. Is it too unreasonable to ask for 10-20 yds. of positive rushing a game from Joe?? Bootlegs, QB draws, some alarm bell that tells him to bolt the pocket for positive yardage. Cut down the sacks and throwaways. I'm not asking for RGIII, Tebow, or Cam Newton - not even Ben's extension of plays. The problems w/ supershort yardage sneaks are as much about push from the interior OL as Joe. It may be nice that he stays healthy and has impresssive consecutive starts numbers, but defenses don't even have to worry about the possibility of him running when he drops back.




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker: M&T Sec 527 View Post
    Cam and/or Joe are overly attached the low percentage long routes to Smith. Torrey is most dangerous when he is between a defender and the sideline (his money move is the post-reception spin back in towards the field). Quicker, shorter higher percentage routes were working v. Pitts. (e.g the dump offs to Leach, who I'm glad to see absorbing some of those tackles at the sidelines on outlets - that will help prolong Rice's career).



    MY PET PEEVE VS. JOE. Is it too unreasonable to ask for 10-20 yds. of positive rushing a game from Joe?? Bootlegs, QB draws, some alarm bell that tells him to bolt the pocket for positive yardage. Cut down the sacks and throwaways. I'm not asking for RGIII, Tebow, or Cam Newton - not even Ben's extension of plays. The problems w/ supershort yardage sneaks are as much about push from the interior OL as Joe. It may be nice that he stays healthy and has impresssive consecutive starts numbers, but defenses don't even have to worry about the possibility of him running when he drops back.

    cam does not approve those plays lol




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    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker: M&T Sec 527 View Post
    MY PET PEEVE VS. JOE. Is it too unreasonable to ask for 10-20 yds. of positive rushing a game from Joe?? Bootlegs, QB draws, some alarm bell that tells him to bolt the pocket for positive yardage.
    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    cam does not approve those plays lol
    That's funny...from my end-zone seats I remember 2 boot legs that were wide open...had Flacco chosen to run. For some reason, he chose to pass. How is that Cam's fault?




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    iggyman555 Guest

    Re: Heroes & Goats (Batch-Slapped Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBKistler View Post
    That's funny...from my end-zone seats I remember 2 boot legs that were wide open...had Flacco chosen to run. For some reason, he chose to pass. How is that Cam's fault?
    they were called bootlegs but flacco chose to pass????????????????




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