Looking at the bright side...

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    Ravens D LInie? They can't get pressure on the QB right now with SUggs out. 

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    The Eagles O-Line isn't exactly dominant, but Vick got hit on literally every play.  Some of that is due to his tendency to hold the ball and run around, but to say the Ravens didn't get pressure on him is incorrect imo.

     
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    It's a good thing we didn't see much of Nate Solder...I guess he did a solid job..On the other hand the interior of our O-line got dominated!!!

     

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    This sort of ignorant posting is so typical after Brady passes for 40+ times and we lose.  Against one of the NFL best run Ds and pass rushing D's the Oline gor our back more than 3 yards a run.  Ridley was tearing it up in the first half before Brady demanded more passes.  The Oline protected Brady very well aside from when he moved away from his protection or held the ball too long.

     
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    The defense played well enough to win, they only gave up two sustained drives for 10 points all game. They had Kolb on the run all day, just couldn't quite get to him. The Pats played (hopefully) their worst offensive games of the season, and still had a chance to win it on the last play. The special teams were not good. One blocked punt that handed Seattle a TD, another punt that was almost blocked, and a missed game winning field goal... Ugh...

    Here is the thing no one is talking about, the Cardinals are a pretty good football team. They have won nine of their last eleven games (which is the same as our New England Patriots by the way), including beating Philly on the road and San Francisco at home last November and December. They are 2-0. They beat a pretty good Seattle team last week. Their defense is starting to be borderline dominant. If they can get solid play out of one of their QBs, they can be a very dangerous team. They came in here and shocked the Pats with the level they played at. 

    Nothing that can't be corrected. 

     
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    Re: Looking at the bright side...

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    In response to DelGriffith's comment:
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    Ravens D LInie? They can't get pressure on the QB right now with SUggs out. 

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    The Eagles O-Line isn't exactly dominant, but Vick got hit on literally every play.  Some of that is due to his tendency to hold the ball and run around, but to say the Ravens didn't get pressure on him is incorrect imo.

     

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    Please don't quote any facts or truths. They get in Rustys way when he is trying to make a point. 

     
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    Ravens D LInie? They can't get pressure on the QB right now with SUggs out.  Did you just see a QB who can't throw (VIck) beat them?

    I did.

    You're wrong literally every time you open your mouth. It's priceless. How is Sanchez doing? Do you still like the way he's progressing like you did last year? The second McDaniels went to the the 2:00 base offense int he second half is when the O Line had some issues.  Ther right side has some continuity issues right now, but you're very dumb trying to work in this sky is falling routine, as you troll here.

    You never post here after a win. You only post here when they lose. Hmm.

     

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    What does Sanchez have to do with the Pats game on Sunday? 

     

    Had some issues? The oline was beaten like a drum on passing downs, running downs and special teams. Count how mnay running plays the Pats had for loss. How many times was Gostkowski and  Mesko pressured( every time) . No need to mention how many times Brady was hit, rushed and sacked, as you will twist that into Brady's fault and OB's fault, or areyou blaming McD this year? 

    I posted after the Titans win.

     

     
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    Less the TD the D gave up after the blocked punt (no fault of their own), our Defense has looked solid this year. We had poor ST and the offense was out of sorts until late in the game and we still had the chance to win at the end. 

    Yes, yesterday's loss suk3d. I'm more interested at this point in how they replace Hernandez for 6 weeks. It's not as easy as throwing in Branch or Gaffney. Niether of them are going to be effective blockers or run out of hte backfield or confuse defenses. Any ideas? 

     
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    Re: Looking at the bright side...

    Salas's size and apparent strength makes him a better substitute for Hern, I think, than Branch and maybe even Gaffney. That assumes, though, he can develop some chemistry with Brady.  

     

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