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    What it would have sounded like around here had we lost



    Funny read.. although part of that is reveling in a Steeler loss.

    http://stillers.com/Article/View/597...e-2ee04ff61e5c

    A quote that got me laughing...

    Keisel - delivered a lick onto Jacco on the first pass of the game, which was woefully off target. Did very little after that, aside from going offsides on a 3d & 8 at 2:04 4Q, like a completely stupid, beard-faced assfucker.




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    Quote Originally Posted by perryw9202 View Post
    Funny read.. although part of that is reveling in a Steeler loss.

    http://stillers.com/Article/View/597...e-2ee04ff61e5c

    A quote that got me laughing...
    LOL.

    Mundy - had a chance for an INT in the 1H and instead fought the ball off as though it were a rabid porcupine.




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    That was funny.

    Quote Originally Posted by Haloti92 View Post
    LOL.




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    Yup pretty much all he said, a lot of





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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    it would have sounded the same as the win last night...Fans on the radio complained all day




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    My personal favorite>

    Myopic, and oh-so-typical of Momlin, who talks all kinds of brash bravado but is so timid and conservative that he squeaks when he bends over to wipe his ass.
    "Screw it, let's ride"!




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    Funny (ha-ha AND inneresting!) that they think that their O game plan sucked...




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    I haven't seen us this bad....that was hilarious!!




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    Well one thing for sure, the CAM-HUGGERS have/are

    A. Either come to the dark side.
    B. Know that they can't cover him anymore
    C. Know better than to fight a losing battle.




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    Of course things would have been much worse with a loss. Squeaking out that win probably sealed up the division title.

    But the division title isn't the ultimate prize. Or at least I hope that isn't what harbaugh has his sights set on. I'm sure if they win the division Cam will try to use that as leverage for another shot at a new contract regardless of how mediocre they have looked on offense.




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    Re: What it would have sounded like around here had we lost

    kev-
    IMHO, Harbaugh and the team have sights set on winning the Super Bowl, but obviously the fans all have their different sets of expectations. What I think really happens is a dual-set of "requirements" is in play in a lot of threads/discussions -- first, the team has to win the Div or grab a WC slot to qualify for the playoffs. That seems to be a theme that is debated almost to the exclusion of thinking about the SB. Then, there's the "they haven't won a Super Bowl since Harbaugh has been here" train of thought, which sometimes seems to ignore the concepts that (1) unless you are IN the playoffs, you're NOT in the Super Bowl, and (2) Harbaugh-led Ravens teams have been in the playoffs every season of his tenure (i.e., 4 seasons).

    I tend to agree with you, had the Ravens lost the Pitt game, a lot of fans (me included!) would have jumped off the bridge, Cameron would have been excoriated...again!...and the same controversies that we talk about now would still be argued. I guess I just don't see too much analysis (outside of stuff like Filmstudy's looks at the various units on offense and defense) that persuades me that Cameron is the key problem v. player execution v. player skill/talent level v. Harbaugh v. [you pick 'em].




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