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Old 10-23-2006, 07:02 PM   #1
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Scape-Goats

I find it humorous and stupid that the Ravens would fire their offensive coordnatior. I know this is a week or so old, but what makes them think they'll do any better? You have a banged up ol' quarterback past his prime, and your one "sure thing" in Jamal Lewis has been less than stellar this year. Boller looks like a classic Bears quarterback pre-Grossman. Translation:Sucks. I just don't see these guys doing much against us. If they're gonna win, I think it would have to come from interceptions or forced fumbles. And they better return them all the way. With that being said, the Ravens haven't face a versitle offense such as ours. Maybe the Chargers...the one good team they have beaten. I will be really shocked if they lose this.
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Old 10-23-2006, 08:59 PM   #2
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Re: Scape-Goats

Originally Posted by Savant
I find it humorous and stupid that the Ravens would fire their offensive coordnatior. I know this is a week or so old, but what makes them think they'll do any better? You have a banged up ol' quarterback past his prime, and your one "sure thing" in Jamal Lewis has been less than stellar this year. Boller looks like a classic Bears quarterback pre-Grossman. Translation:Sucks. I just don't see these guys doing much against us. If they're gonna win, I think it would have to come from interceptions or forced fumbles. And they better return them all the way. With that being said, the Ravens haven't face a versitle offense such as ours. Maybe the Chargers...the one good team they have beaten. I will be really shocked if they lose this.

Banged up ol QB past prime... in Mcnair...???

Wow in no way shape or form is Mcnair washed up this guy is still putting up numbers and he had that game where they came back this season Mcnair is still a good QB and can manage a game if this offense gets to clicking then they can be dangerous and for there defense yeah pretty good but cant stop the run that great .... this wont be a easy win have to go and play mistake free football GEAUX SAINTS !!!!
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Grossman sucks too. Should be a good game.
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Old 10-24-2006, 08:33 AM   #4
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McNair may not play this game.

Don't underestimate the power of a dominant defense. The Bears, Tampa and Baltimore have won games this season simply by defense alone. Gotta bring it every week, especially with a team like the Ravens.
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Old 10-24-2006, 08:50 AM   #5
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One thing I've noticed in the past few Saints games (and the AZ/CHI game) was the the quick slant is really keeping the defense honest. I think that this play isi part of the reason for our early season sucess. If Drew can continue to be sucessful with the three step drop then I think that we will maintain our momenteum. Really the only way to defend against the quick pass is to drop the LB's back into coverage and that plays into Duece running well between the tackles. It will be interesting to see if the Ravens can figure out a way to contain both of these options as they have very solid LB's.
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Old 10-24-2006, 02:34 PM   #6
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Re: Scape-Goats

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Originally Posted by Savant
I find it humorous and stupid that the Ravens would fire their offensive coordnatior. I know this is a week or so old, but what makes them think they'll do any better? You have a banged up ol' quarterback past his prime, and your one "sure thing" in Jamal Lewis has been less than stellar this year. Boller looks like a classic Bears quarterback pre-Grossman. Translation:Sucks. I just don't see these guys doing much against us. If they're gonna win, I think it would have to come from interceptions or forced fumbles. And they better return them all the way. With that being said, the Ravens haven't face a versitle offense such as ours. Maybe the Chargers...the one good team they have beaten. I will be really shocked if they lose this.

Banged up ol QB past prime... in Mcnair...???

Wow in no way shape or form is Mcnair washed up this guy is still putting up numbers and he had that game where they came back this season Mcnair is still a good QB and can manage a game if this offense gets to clicking then they can be dangerous and for there defense yeah pretty good but cant stop the run that great .... this wont be a easy win have to go and play mistake free football GEAUX SAINTS !!!!

... sure as hell he didn't put any numbers his last game... because he's banged up.
.. and if it is numbers that you like, he's behind Joey Harrington in passer rating in the AFC (14th) and not in the top 30 in the league.

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Wow!! In no way shape or form is Mcnair washed up; this guy is still putting up numbers and he had that game where they came back this season. Mcnair is still a good QB and can manage a game. If this offense gets to clicking then they can be dangerou; and for there defense, yeah, pretty good but cant stop the run that great .

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Old 10-24-2006, 04:45 PM   #7
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McNair is banged up (from injury). And he isn't the quarterback of his youth. I didn't say he was washed up. He can be dangerous, but I like how we've been handling quarterbacks this year.
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