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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN



    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmoove View Post
    i wonder where is thejoeflaccoshow now???
    He's still studying for his armchair medical degree.




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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN





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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN

    Adversity builds character. Take the positives and let the rest go.

    It was awesome to see Suggs out their today, and playing quite well I might add. Biggest + for me today.




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    It's hard to win on the road in this league, period. Ravens have the second best record in the AFC and a two game lead over the rest of the pack. Bye coming, then Browns, Oakland. Great first half of the season.
    They're going to have to make adjustments just like every team
    World Domination 3 Points at a Time!




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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN

    Quote Originally Posted by RockyMRaven View Post
    we're not used to being blown out, are we.
    No, considering the Ravens haven't given up 40+ points since 2007.

    Quote Originally Posted by rharris1986 View Post
    If anything we should be 3W - 4L right down there with the Squeelers.
    But the Ravens are 5-2 (and could be 6-1 given the questionable calls in the Eagles' game), so there you go. Sometimes good teams find ways to win games they shouldn't, and sometimes teams get lucky. Either way, a win is a win. There are no extra points for style. Like someone on this forum has said, this is the NFL; it ain't the BCS.




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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN

    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack View Post
    Those are a few positives you can take away from today's miserable performance. It's one game, against a highly motivated, top-tier opponent that was trying to bounce back from their own blowout loss they suffered last week vs. Green Bay. Shake it off and get ready to roll in 2 weeks, fans.
    One more positive is that this one-sided loss wasn't to the Steelers. I think if you go back to the beginning of the season and say that we'd be 5-2 at the bye without Suggs, we'd all be pretty content.




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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN

    Effin' Suggsy!! Ball So Hard or What? I figured Cleveland or Oakland at the earliest. If we can keep Ngata and Suggs in there at close to full speed after the bye, opposing offenses will have a lot more to pay attention to.




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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    Ravens have the second best record in the AFC and a two game lead over the rest of the pack.
    Mmm, more like a game and a half over the Pats (4-3) & the Orange Tabbies (also 4-3 if they win tonight) & SD and Denver (both 3-3 on byes).

    Take some comfort from the fact that when October ends the Ravens will still be in 1st place in the AFCN.




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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN

    Whatever, you can't win them all. I don't even care that they got blown out. This loss counts the same as any other. Already over it and moving on.




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    Re: Suggs, Tucker, Osemele, a 5-2 record and still leading the AFCN

    Quote Originally Posted by Corey View Post
    Whatever, you can't win them all. I don't even care that they got blown out. This loss counts the same as any other. Already over it and moving on.
    This!




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