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  1. #73
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    Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)



    this game plan is clearly vanilla.




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    Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)

    Stupid 3rd down play call. Defense saw that naked TE screen coming a mile away, and Pitta had no blockers in front of him anyway.

    Lots of bad, vanilla play calls, makes me think they didn't plan for this game at all, and their heads are also obviously not in it after that Rice penalty.




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    Quote Originally Posted by bmorecareful View Post
    Stupid 3rd down play call. Defense saw that naked TE screen coming a mile away, and Pitta had no blockers in front of him anyway.

    Lots of bad, vanilla play calls, makes me think they didn't plan for this game at all, and their heads are also obviously not in it after that Rice penalty.
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  4. #76

    Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)

    Ha ha. Ray popped Burfict good after Burfict late hits Torrey




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    Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)

    Wow, what set off Ray Rice?!




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    Burfict was getting up to continue pursuit of Flacco... What's Ray supposed to do? Sing him a lullaby.

    Horseshit call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayc00 View Post
    Then so be it...



    Seriously you rest the players that are nursing injuries. I don't see what's so hard to understand that.
    Exactly, it's not that deep

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    Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)

    I can't help but wonder what got Ray upset enough to do that.




  9. #81

    Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayc00 View Post
    Seriously you rest the players that are nursing injuries.
    I agree with that. I am talking about the philosophy of pulling Flacco and other healthy starters for the sake of mitigating risk of injury when injury is inherent in this sport.
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    Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)

    The Bengals are going to blow us the fuck out. If the O was that vanilla, I can only imagine what the D will look like. Maybe taking the kids to a movie isn't such a bad idea.




  11. #83

    Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)

    Quote Originally Posted by akashicrecorder View Post
    What kind of throw on third was that?
    They wanted Pitta on a TE screen leaking out of the backfield, but it was a bad design as the defense saw it coming a mile away, and Pitta had no blockers in front of him. Flacco did not look downfield past the first read at all.

    The Bengals are not a good team to run screens against as they rarely blitz and they play primarily zone coverage. This is a vanilla game plan that demonstrates the Ravens' disinterest in winning today.




  12. Re: Game Thread -- Ravens @ Bengals (Pseudo Preseason Edition)

    Colts up on the Texans early, 0-7.




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