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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    true. But the ravens want to run the ball to make the play action work; sure hope Pierce can go.
    Caldwell has history playing against the pats. Hopefully he will plan accordingly. I heard Pees also has history with them too. Could come in handy to plan against the pats. No one brought it up, but I think Caldwell and Pees used their knowledge about manning to keep the Ravens in the bronco game.




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    Quote Originally Posted by lovefootball View Post
    I heard Pees also has history with them too.
    Like being their DC for four years?




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    Quote Originally Posted by lovefootball View Post
    Caldwell has history playing against the pats. Hopefully he will plan accordingly. I heard Pees also has history with them too. Could come in handy to plan against the pats. No one brought it up, but I think Caldwell and Pees used their knowledge about manning to keep the Ravens in the bronco game.
    You might be onto something there. It was something with that D that Manning definitely didn't like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOLARavenFAN View Post
    You might be onto something there. It was something with that D that Manning definitely didn't like.
    The safeties took away Peyton's favorite out routes and forced him to check to a run or use the middle of the field. On the game winning pick, he basically forced the ball to the middle of the field.




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    Aaron Wilson ‏@RavensInsider

    Bernard Pierce (right knee) and Asa Jackson (thigh) not at practice during portion open to reporters




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    I think Pierce could be highly effective this game.

    They need to do whatever it takes to keep him in the game. A chance at the SB is so rare...you need to go all in. If that calls for a shot or something, so be it.

    Hopefully missing most of the Denver game, having the extra day b/c of the Sat. game and the extra day of rest until Wed. this week helped him a lot. I think he could throw the Pats for a loop if we use him right.

    You know Bill is either trying to scheme out Rice or Torrey, leaving other guys with big chances to make plays.




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    Re: Bernard Pierce?

    Quote Originally Posted by iggyman555 View Post
    Aaron Wilson ‏@RavensInsider

    Bernard Pierce (right knee) and Asa Jackson (thigh) not at practice during portion open to reporters
    Does that normally mean anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by moose10101 View Post
    Like being their DC for four years?
    ^^This (in re: Pees' history w/ the Pats). You beat me to it, Moose!

    He at least knows a lot of the personnel's strengths & weaknesses.

    Gotta have Pierce on Sunday. Run, run, and then RUN; Keep Tom Brady off the field.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker: M&T Sec 527 View Post
    ^^This (in re: Pees' history w/ the Pats). You beat me to it, Moose!

    He at least knows a lot of the personnel's strengths & weaknesses.

    Gotta have Pierce on Sunday. Run, run, and then RUN; Keep Tom Brady off the field.
    And that's what they did with both Rice & Pierce.
    If anything, in the 1st half they overdid it, running the ball 10 out of 12 times on 1st down.
    But at least they corrected that in the 2nd half, taking the reins if Flacco and having him pass the ball on almost every down on 2 series with both leading to TDs which gave/widened the lead and forced the Pats to be one-dimensional with Brady dinking and dunking on almost every play.




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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    Does that normally mean anything?
    Not with Aaron.

    He picked NE to win.

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    Man, what a draft. Who was the yo yo who said it was just average a few
    weeks ago and on this site too.

    Pierce and KO.

    The line really took off when they moved him to LG and Oher to RT
    and inserted Mc KInney to LT. KO blew people away in Denver taking
    out 2 guys in on Rice's 32 yd run including one guy in the 2d level.

    Another great game today.

    KO will be better than Grubbs and an all pro.

    Pierce was a 3rd round pick and one of those manufactured runs
    DeCosta mentioned on draft day after guy they wanted were drafted
    before them. He reminds you of McGahee with power and balance.

    And Ozzie drafted at the bottom.


    And don't forget Upshaw filling in for Suggs with a sack in his
    first game. He has so much upside and will move over to Kruger's
    spot if he bolts for more money.

    Ravens won't be able to afford him now - after paying Joe $100M.
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    hopefully he is 100% in 2 weeks, we need him




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