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  1. #949
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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread



    Don't know why Cary Williams is getting hate. He's played very well aside from the one play by the old man. Loved seeing him jam holmes at the line.
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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    The Jets are a good team.
    no dont say that. every team is inferior to the Ravens and despite the wins, we should look absolutely flawless in every aspect of the game in order to be considered successful.

    but in all seriousness, I'm not concerned. This is the best defense we are going to face all year, and I don't really think it's close.
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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    I would challenge that... 20 yards is huge
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  4. #952

    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    Kruger, Cary W, McClellan playing well - and so is the entire D. Only weak spot on either side of the ball seeems to be Joe F. WHAT IS GOING ON WITH HIM?




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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    How the hell is that not a touchback
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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by bacchys View Post
    They didn't.
    Of course they didn't.

    I'm sure MickieB-Om or whatever his/her name is will toss some other shot at Cary Williams before the game is over.


    Cary Williams has held his own all season against some damn good receivers. If the Ravens didn't have Cary, they would be royally screwed in their secondary.
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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    that ball definitely hit the endzone




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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    HAHA! That one ref seems like he has an attitude. I hate him!




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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by TCmofo View Post
    No one in here is concerned with how up and down/bipolar our offense is? Absolutely no consistency whatsoever....
    Have you been reading this thread?




  10. #958

    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    If the refs don't overturn this, we'll know they're biased. Damn ball hit the chalk.




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    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    Stupid that we should have to challenge this. Quite obviously should be a TB. Even without looking at the ball touching the goal line, the guy who first touched the ball was IN THE ENDZONE




  12. #960

    Re: Week 4 - Rex vs Ravens - NYJ-BAL Game Thread

    good challenge obviously. heavy dose of rice here. call it a day and be happy to hit the bye week at 3-1
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