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  1. #193
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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Rams



    INT!!!!! Game... Set... Match!!!




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Rams

    5 INTs, lol. A team record.

    1st down from the 32, Willis for 1. 2 minute warning.




  3. #195

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    That's a team record. Five picks in one game.

    Man alive this defense is good.




  4. #196

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    INTERCEPTION DERRICK MARTIN?? Who on D doesn't have a pick now??

    So, I am going to be tossed up about this one. On one hand, this isn't the best win in the world with 1TD. On the other hand the Rams were NEVER in this game. And we are going to win 22-3 barring something freak.

    Considering the way the offensive line played, and ALMOST losing our backup QB, I might have to feel a little bit good about this game.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Rams

    Quote Originally Posted by darb72 View Post
    Well I think we have a 4-2 record.

    Anybody else think we just look a bit better on offense when Kyle is in there?
    Darb, we look MUCH better on offense when Boller's in there. Not to take away from McNair, but Kyle can throw the long ball accurately, and the gameplay is sped up dramatically!




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Rams

    2nd and 9, give to McClain for 2-3. TO Rams.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Rams

    3rd and 6, play action?, Boller dumps to his outlet, and the clock is ticking.
    Huge punt from Koch, to the endzone.




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    He hasn't been perfect today, and I am not going to pretend he was. That said, he looks MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH M U C H calmer in the pocket than he ever has. He's been pressured all day long and in many cases stood strong to throw. A couple hit/throws were a bit short, but I think when you get hit while you throw that shouldn't count as an underthrow IMO.

    Again, I think you see a different QB in Kyle Boller this year. I give much credit to Steve McNair on that. Having Boller sit down for a year and watch a pro-bowl QB on the field has to have sunk some things in.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Rams

    1:05 left.
    1st, ball batted back by Suggs. Frerotte is half dead again. Why is he still even in? Bulger is coming in.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Rams

    Hagans will actually come in at QB. Yes, the WR.




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    Hagans is taking a knee. That'll do it folks. We are 4-2, heading into a game we should win vs. Buffalo, and have our defensive mojo back.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Rams

    Quote Originally Posted by StingerNLG View Post
    He hasn't been perfect today, and I am not going to pretend he was. That said, he looks MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH MUCH M U C H calmer in the pocket than he ever has. He's been pressured all day long and in many cases stood strong to throw. A couple hit/throws were a bit short, but I think when you get hit while you throw that shouldn't count as an underthrow IMO.

    Again, I think you see a different QB in Kyle Boller this year. I give much credit to Steve McNair on that. Having Boller sit down for a year and watch a pro-bowl QB on the field has to have sunk some things in.

    Stinger, I couldn't agree with you more. Nothing more to be said!




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