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  1. #13

    Re: John Harbaugh to be on Sirius/XM Now!



    Quote Originally Posted by The Excellector View Post
    Ed has a habit of doing that with the new CBs. He did it to Rolle, during his first year as a Raven. After that first year, the issue seems to go away. It has the feel of an initiation or something.
    You implying Ed Reed would leave a guy to fail in-game for rookie initiation? If so, am I the only one that thinks that is absurd?
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  2. #14

    Re: John Harbaugh to be on Sirius/XM Now!

    Quote Originally Posted by RavenousD View Post
    You implying Ed Reed would leave a guy to fail in-game for rookie initiation? If so, am I the only one that thinks that is absurd?
    Well sure it sounds kooky, but at least he gave it a try. What's your reason for Ed leaving the rook out there like that (Chargers game, mostly)?

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  3. #15

    Re: John Harbaugh to be on Sirius/XM Now!

    Quote Originally Posted by RAVENOUS52 View Post
    Well sure it sounds kooky, but at least he gave it a try. What's your reason for Ed leaving the rook out there like that (Chargers game, mostly)?
    And you couldn't be more wrong.

    Go on NFL.com and find the Playbook episode they did on that game, focusing on the secondary.

    Want to know what it showed? Rivers avoiding the middle of the field and throwing all the balls to the sideline so Reed had no chance to get there. He was throwing it in the 3 yd window in between the receiver and the sideline almost exclusively.

    They showed the coaches tape and Rivers was throwing away from the middle of the field the entire game to avoid Reed. We were playing a single high safety a lot and guess who that was patrolling back there.




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