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    Turn the lights off on the way out



    After last Monday's performance against the Pats, I thought... "Maybe they can make a go of it for the rest of the season". Pshaw. I was glad to see the Ravens I have come to know and love this entire season return for last night's game.

    I have tried to be optimistic and look for the highs, but the Colts game was nothing less than total and utter embarrassment. save some money and turn the lights off when you leave. This season is officially over.
    I'm normally not a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me Superman!




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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    at least we get the winless Dolphins next week...we can't lay down for that game, but their offense looks pretty terrible, so I imagine if we play them hard, we can at least pickup one last win before bowing out of our final two games.

    Then again, we could lose and then I'd be petitioning the Commish's office for sick notes the last two games of the season...Just let us call out sick, heal up, and start working on next year.
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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    at least we get the winless Dolphins next week...we can't lay down for that game, but their offense looks pretty terrible, so I imagine if we play them hard, we can at least pickup one last win before bowing out of our final two games.

    Then again, we could lose and then I'd be petitioning the Commish's office for sick notes the last two games of the season...Just let us call out sick, heal up, and start working on next year.
    LOL... half the team is already waving their sick notes it appears. seriously... odes anyone else find it a bit odd that Rolle and McAllister were both MIA again? Fishy?
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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    The season was over long before yesterday. Way too many injuries of key players. I'm not so sure even with them we would have been much better given the quarterback situation, but we would have at least had a chance. Pryce, Rolle and Heap being out most of the season has killed us. Add McAlister getting banged up . . . . well, it is what it is
    Screw 'em all

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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    all i want this year is one more win...one win to snap this ugly losing streak. After that, I want us to hunker down and start planning for next year. Blow up the team if we need to, but this year was pretty damn embarrasing...Billick's worst. Something needs to be done.




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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    This team has quit. All these players should give some money back to the fans who pays the hard money.




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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    The season was over before it began. The preseason was horrible and after the Cincinnatti game, I knew the season would evolve into this. This is a poorly coached team, period.

    I agree, the organization owes something to the fans to recitify this horrible season.




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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    We all get copies of the SuperBowl XXXV DVD.
    I'm normally not a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me Superman!




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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    Quote Originally Posted by ravenwoman View Post
    The season was over before it began. The preseason was horrible and after the Cincinnatti game, I knew the season would evolve into this. This is a poorly coached team, period.

    I'm feeling you RW. This team gets outworked by other NFL squads in camp and preseason and it shows. The front office has pepper'd this roster with plenty of Pro Bowl talent, yet Billick hasn't won a playoff game since 2001.....

    No coach has squander'd more talent than Brian Billick.




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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    They will probably get two more wins the rest of the way because THEY SHOULD and thats a big should win the Miami game. They will probably beat Pittsburgh too assuming that Pitt locks up the 3 seed at that point. Tomlin will likely rest the starters at that point.

    As far as sick notes, its typical of a losing team to have their starters shut it down early so as to see what the younger guys can do and let the starters get an early start on rehabing injuries.




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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    No need to turn out the lights. I'll be here.

    Go team!
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    Re: Turn the lights off on the way out

    The season has been over for awhile.. I would be surprised if we actually win in Miami..




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