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Ravens Looking Into Colts' Taunting, Pollard Blaming Colts Junior Staff Member for starting issue that caused his taunting penalty

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 Safety Bernard Pollardicon-article-link.gif went to the Indianapolis sideline after a member of the Colts staff said something to him following an incompletion.

 

However, it was Pollard that was penalized 15 yards for taunting, and was pulled from the game by Head Coach John Harbaugh.

 

“That’s something that we are looking into. Apparently, there was something that was said,” Harbaugh said.

 

“Obviously, you don’t go back into their bench, Bernard said that already. He knows that. You don’t respond. But there were some things, apparently, that were said that were out of line.”

 

http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Ravens-Looking-Into-Colts-Taunting/ddd06b93-2e19-4656-af4e-b73a58cc91b5

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If I were the ravens I would be focusing 0% of my time or man power on this. You've got bigger fish to fry.

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Oh nos!Harbaugh is going to look into it?!

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This is fake news right?

 

no  I took it right  from the ravens website as one of the headline news  articles, just check out link & u can see its real

 

its stupid i agree, they won ,are other priorities ,  but its real

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no I took it right from the ravens website as one of the headline news articles

I was just kidding cuz of how silly it is to make anything out of "possible taunting" lol.

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I was just kidding cuz of how silly it is to make anything out of "possible taunting" lol.

 

gotcha  & totally agree esp with a big game coming up

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i think they should be focusing less on this topic and focusing more on denver. Pollard should just keep his mouth shut stop crying and move on.

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After reading thru the comments on that article, all I can say is those readers are a bunch of cry babies.  I agree, they need to move on to the next game, where I'm sure Denver is waiting anxiously to beat them. 

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They will have plenty of time to investigate after they get trounced by the broncos this weekend

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I know Ballard is a punk, but I didn't know he was a crybaby too.

I think you mean Pollard haha

 

This is lame.  Pollard should act like a professional.  If a fan says something to taunt him, is he going go run into the stands and get in the fan's face?  He knows the rules and shouldn't have done what he did.  And to hear Pollard accuse others of dirty play/taunting is comical to me

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Here's a question; Why didn't Lewis get flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct or delay of game for his Candy-... dance at the end of the game? 

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I think you mean Pollard haha

 

This is lame.  Pollard should act like a professional.  If a fan says something to taunt him, is he going go run into the stands and get in the fan's face?  He knows the rules and shouldn't have done what he did.  And to hear Pollard accuse others of dirty play/taunting is comical to me

 

Whoopsie!!! I meant POLLARD!! My bad guys.

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Whoopsie!!! I meant POLLARD!! My bad guys.

haha no worries.  During the offseason, I kept trying to make posts about Manusky, our defensive coordinator, but I kept typing Mularkey, the Jags' head coach.

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I wonder if what the coach had to say to him had anything to do with Pollard trying to take Reggie Wayne's head off the play before?  Is Harbaugh going to look into that too?  If he doesn't or heck even if he does I am sure the league will.  Honestly if you are in a playoff game and you are worried about what some coach of the other team is saying to you on the sidelines you need reexamine your ability to tune out distractions. 

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Pollard got called for unsportsmanlike conduct, the reason for the "investigation" is an attempt to avoid a fine. 

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haha no worries.  During the offseason, I kept trying to make posts about Manusky, our defensive coordinator, but I kept typing Mularkey, the Jags' head coach.

Lol, that's funny because whenever I think of the Jags coach I always think:

 

ma·lar·key  
/məˈlärkē/
Noun

Meaningless talk; nonsense.

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Here's a question; Why didn't Lewis get flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct or delay of game for his Candy-... dance at the end of the game? 

That would be akin to throwing a flag for too many men on the field after the ball is kneeled down and both sides walk onto the field at the end of the game.

 

Do they throw unsportmanlike conduct flags for players running onto the field celebrating after the ball is kneeled down?

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That would be akin to throwing a flag for too many men on the field after the ball is kneeled down and both sides walk onto the field at the end of the game.

 

That's not actually a penalty unless the ball is snapped with those people on the field.

 

I might give you too many men in the huddle, though.

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Lol, that's funny because whenever I think of the Jags coach I always think:

 

ma·lar·key  

/məˈlärkē/

Noun

Meaningless talk; nonsense.

lmao yeah, I've heard that too. When we played them in Jacksonville and we got a td by just barely crossing the plane, Mularkey went nuts and all the announcers were like "well, he thinks that's a bunch of malarkey"
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We should talk as much smack as possible to Bernard Pollard next time we play the Ravens, he just told the world his weakness, his own emotions.

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That would be akin to throwing a flag for too many men on the field after the ball is kneeled down and both sides walk onto the field at the end of the game.

 

Do they throw unsportmanlike conduct flags for players running onto the field celebrating after the ball is kneeled down?

I get your loyalty. And I get that it was in Baltimore.But IMO it was still a "Look at me! Look at me!" moment

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That would be akin to throwing a flag for too many men on the field after the ball is kneeled down and both sides walk onto the field at the end of the game.

 

Do they throw unsportmanlike conduct flags for players running onto the field celebrating after the ball is kneeled down?

AND it was premeditated. So, it really wasn't akin to anything you've mentioned

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They will have plenty of time to investigate after they get trounced by the broncos this weekend

Beautifully stated jvan1973.  :thmup: Why are the Ravens complaining about a trivial matter in a game that they won? Normally, a team moans, groans, & argues over a non penalty circumstance when they lose. Grow up Mr.  Pollard. Do you want a cookie & a bedtime story too?  :facepalm:  What exactly are you investigating Coach John Harbaugh? Get over it...

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I think you mean Pollard haha

 

This is lame.  Pollard should act like a professional.  If a fan says something to taunt him, is he going go run into the stands and get in the fan's face?  He knows the rules and shouldn't have done what he did.  And to hear Pollard accuse others of dirty play/taunting is comical to me

Lol thanks for setting him straight

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I wasn't exactly overjoyed at Ray Lewis's squirrel dance at the end of the game during the final play either Mr. Pollard, but I'm not gonna be a cry baby & call that taunting either. Let me know when you develop some perspective & maturity please. Thank you. 

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AND it was premeditated. So, it really wasn't akin to anything you've mentioned

Meh - who cares.

 

"Premeditated" doesn't show up in the NFL rule book when it comes to unsportsmanlike conduct or too many men on the field or too many men in the huddle.

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Because two wrongs make a right?  

 

I do agree I thought I seen someone on our sidelines saying something to him prior to him going toward the sidelines, but that doesn't make him right!

 

Re: dances - I think a lot, if not all of the celebratory dances after a single play should be considered tauntingand should be penalized.

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Meh - who cares.

 

"Premeditated" doesn't show up in the NFL rule book when it comes to unsportsmanlike conduct or too many men on the field or too many men in the huddle.

Hve a good one

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