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  1. #25

    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?



    Graham, with a honorable mention of Pierce.




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    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustaslowZ06 View Post
    Graham, with a honorable mention of Pierce.
    I agree.

    I know they're not really unsung, but I still think the way Sizzle and Ray have fought to get back can not get enough attention, maybe even enough to have them as "unsung"
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  3. #27

    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Another vote for Graham

    Came here looking for a chance, he got it and took full advantage

    Ozzie, give that man a deal




  4. #28

    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Coin flip between Graham and Mckinnney.




  5. #29

    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Osemele, anybody? Or is he not "unsung?"




  6. #30

    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Tucker/Graham/Jones (Honorable Mention to Pees)




  7. #31

    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    That's my pick as well. Jacoby Jones has made big plays in big spots. What he did in Denver is something we're going to remember forever. The Broncos only rushed 3 yet he still was able to get open, catch the ball and save the season. Jacoby Jones has been a great Raven.
    Jacoby Jones is my pick as well. If he doesn't return kicks for TDs vs. Dallas and Pittsburgh, they very likely don't win those games and very likely miss the playoffs.




  8. #32

    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    12 votes for Graham, looks like we have a winner




  9. #33

    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Jacoby Jones, Corey Graham, and Justin Tucker have been key factors for us. I didn't think they'd have as much of an impact on us as they did. Kelechi Osemele has really fortified the OL. At guard, he's just a dominating, physical force.

    Dannell Ellerbe has to be one too. He went from, "will he even make the team?" to a Pro-Bowl season IMO. Paul Kruger found his niche and guys who have stepped it up down the stretch like Art Jones, McPhee and McKinnie deserve recognition too.

    My pick for most improvement over the course of the season though would have to be Cary. He's played very well overall in the postseason and hasn't been nearly picked on as much. He's holding his own and will most likely move on in the offseason with a big contract.




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    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Definitely Corey Graham.

    Graham stepped up this year BIG time.
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    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Leach!
    FIRE IN THE HOLE!!!!




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    Re: Who is the unsung Raven?

    Quote Originally Posted by OC Bob View Post
    Bernard Pierce - He's a beast!
    First name that popped in my head.

    I have asked this question in my head: is he better than Rice??




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