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  1. #133

    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)



    When was the last time that the most valuable guy on a Ravens offense was the quarterback?

    Was it when McNair was here, and that time only?

    If you gave Joe a good offensive line and receivers that actually caught things, he'd be a freaking monster.




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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    The attitude from the guys is awesome right now. Smiling, looking like they're playing sandlot with friends. Good team chemistry, good intensity, good coaching and boom you win football games.
    "Old Man my Ass!" - John Malkovich




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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    At least Boldin and Torrey are looking solid.
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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    Torrey's back. Picks up the first down.
    "I got this." - Justin Tucker




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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    This is why we where all screaming out for another wide out in the draft, it's clear that Flacco STILL needs weapons.




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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    Quote Originally Posted by Stealthbirds80 View Post
    I hope Torrey can come back.
    Torrey says: Glad to oblige.
    "Old Man my Ass!" - John Malkovich




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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    Well we knew that FS was coming eventually.
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  8. #140

    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    The improvement in the timing between Joe & his recievers is really something
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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    Pierce can catch WOO HOO!!!!!




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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    I like that Pierce can catch as well.
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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    It's not a game until Oher gets a false start.

    Pierce is a beast.
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    Re: Game thread- Jacksonville @ Baltimore (Pre season)

    This Pierce kid is going places.
    "Old Man my Ass!" - John Malkovich




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