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  1. #25

    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22



    Torrey must step up for us to move forward.





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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Ugh

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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Joe having the jitters against NE is not something I'm used to seeing...
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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Umm yea offense




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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Neither were great passes. The first had too much air under it...

    Still, you'd like to see Torrey hang onto that since he had it. You'd also like to see Rice not try to 1-hand every pass that goes to him.


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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Underthrown, but Torry had it. Had to hold it!




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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Quote Originally Posted by Stone View Post
    Torrey must step up for us to move forward.
    He almost caught it through McCourty's hands. If anything, that should have been a pick.




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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Neither were great passes. The first had too much air under it...

    Still, you'd like to see Torrey hang onto that since he had it. You'd also like to see Rice not try to 1-hand every pass that goes to him.


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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Defense is prob going to have to win the game today. Flacco is going to be hampered by his knee. Most players wouldn't even be out there.


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  10. #34

    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    I'd much rather have Bynes in there than McClain.




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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Not too worried about it. First pass of the game he is still testing out that knee. Not sure I understand the logic in calling a deep pass for his first pass of the game given the injury. Should get him comfortable throwing on it first. Still was almost completed. Second pass wasn't bad not sure what everyone is complaining about, there. Rice should have easily caught it.




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    Re: Game Thread Patriots @ Ravens 12/22

    Quote Originally Posted by s.r.genovese View Post
    He almost caught it through McCourty's hands. If anything, that should have been a pick.
    But it wasn't and Torrey had it.

    He has to start making those tough catches because not every pass is going to be perfect.


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