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  1. #49
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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks



    Quote Originally Posted by Beerracuda View Post
    That was a typical Billick play. 3rd and 5 and he calls for a 3 yard pass.

    Fucking Billick!!! I hate that motherfucker!!!!
    Seriously...we have no idea as fans what is going on. What if everyone is covered and Smith checked down? Would you rather him force it? Come on and give him a break.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    This is gonna be a looooong game......do you think Billick is gonna open it up in the second half?

    I realize we've thrown the deep ball a couple of times, but from your own endzone doesn't really count to me......




  3. #51

    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Troy has been improvising all game it looks like. He's out there doing his own thing, fine, but you can't read anything into BB's game plan when Troy's out there playing college ball.
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    His definitions and arguments were so clear in his own mind that he was unable to understand how any reasonable person could honestly differ with him.




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    It was designed to throw and run after the catch. It's a perfectly fine design, just so happened that Trufant closed quickly on a good angle and put in a great tackle not to allow yardage after contact. It was a good defensive play.

    That call on Barnes on the sideline is just crap, Hasselbeck was trying to cut upfield past the block. Might as well just make it illegal to touch quarterbacks if you're gonna call that.




  5. #53

    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Quote Originally Posted by 4G63 View Post
    This is gonna be a looooong game......do you think Billick is gonna open it up in the second half?
    Nope, don't think he knows how to, seriously.




  6. #54

    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    WoW! First time in Seattle territory all game!




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Think next year there'll bump Quin up to the number 2 stop on TE?
    "I got this." - Justin Tucker




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Quote Originally Posted by Dade View Post
    Think next year there'll bump Quin up to the number 2 stop on TE?
    I think we can look to do better than Quinn. He's not really made a great deal of an impact, he's nice cover but I'm not so sure he's a viable option for consistent two TE sets.




  9. #57

    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Wow, and now Troy Smith even fumbles the football!!




  10. #58

    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Guys let's just face it we suck. The schedule doesn't get much better next year. With Billick still here nothing will change.




  11. #59

    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    In unrelated news, anyone seen the score from the Patriots vs Dolphins game?

    How the **** did we almost beat the Patriots and lose to the Dolphins?




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    Re: GAME THREAD - Ravens/Seahawks

    Seattle has been in the backfield all game. Troy is doing as good as he can. It is a miracle he has only turned the ball over once.

    Seattle 10 Ravens 0
    Officials 11 Ravens 0
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    Total 21 0

    Yes the Ravens are not playing that well but that doesn't mean the officials can routinely screw us. I guess they have loyalty to Fagliabue.




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