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Is Flacco hurt?

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I only caught the very end of the Ravens game and I have no idea what the Ravens were doing in terms of playing people but I saw Taylor in playing QB and not Flacco.  Did Flacco get hurt?  Surely if he did it would have shown up some where on the news right?

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lmao

We are playing Jim Caldwell!!!!

How odd is that, so many miraculous factors have been invoked this season.

haha

Who would've figured the Colts lost Manning and did so poor last season to draft Andrew Luck and release Manning who was picked up by Elway in Denver who won the AFC because the Colts with their expansion team and rookie QB with a coach who had cancer beat the kings of the AFC Texans to eventually go on and play the Ravens who have our previous HC turned OC in the Ravens. Ahhh I need some air and yes I know that was a MASSIVE run on sentence.

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I hate to say this but him getting hurt would be a blessing to that team. I have never in my life seen a QB with absolutely zero pocket awareness compared to Flacco. He will always be the reason they will never win anything.

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They rested him.

 

You KNOW with Flacco's pocket pressence that someone on our team will get some sort of fumble next weekend. Freeney and Mathis know him well.........

 

And Redding will love to play vs. Baltimore.

 

OMG I cannot believe we are playing in the playoffs.

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Dungy read right threw this and said it tells him that the Ravens want to play the Colts.  Well careful what you ask for you might just get it!

 

It will be interesting to see what happens the Colts played to get momentum while the Ravens rested.  We all know how that has gone in years past when it was reversed for the Colts. 

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They rested him.

 

You KNOW with Flacco's pocket pressence that someone on our team will get some sort of fumble next weekend. Freeney and Mathis know him well.........

 

And Redding will love to play vs. Baltimore.

 

OMG I cannot believe we are playing in the playoffs.

Not mention Pagano ran their defense.  Normally the former coordinators have the edge in the first meeting against his old team because he knows exactly what the other team is going to do.  Remember even Josh McDaniels got the better of BB for that very reason the first time they played each other. 

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Not mention Pagano ran their defense.  Normally the former coordinators have the edge in the first meeting against his old team because he knows exactly what the other team is going to do.  Remember even Josh McDaniels got the better of BB for that very reason the first time they played each other. 

 

Many Ravens fans feel their D declined this season without Chuck.

 

We will need Luck to continue to not turn the ball over too.

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Dungy read right threw this and said it tells him that the Ravens want to play the Colts.  Well careful what you ask for you might just get it!

 

It will be interesting to see what happens the Colts played to get momentum while the Ravens rested.  We all know how that has gone in years past when it was reversed for the Colts. 

 

I hope word gets to the Colts that the Ravens wanted us. As if we need more motivation.

 

God my Baltimore hate is gonna be out in full force this week.

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Smells like victory.

 

Sure the heck better be. This is the Flacco/Caldwell combination here people.......

 

Flacco. Caldwell.

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If we can stop the run....I'd give them single coverage on many plays..and dare Joe Flacco to make the plays.

That defense is good..but old....and we have so much speed onthe outside.

....we need good weather...but this is the best matchup we could get

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Nope they were resting him ... and they really wanted to lose that game - they wanted the Colts NOT the Bengals!    I hope we bring it to them!

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It was kinda pointless for both teams, which is odd.

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Smells like victory.

Just don't stare into the eyes...

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