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  1. Wow.. We REALLY could have used him, only 26, plenty left in the tank :/
  2. The Hoodie is more silent determination whilst Reich is doe-eyed dear in the headlights. I mean he never ever gets in with it with the officiating crew or talks to his players. Something is wrong and it's not just 1 thing, improvement can be found everywhere.
  3. He's become so reliant on analytics that A we're predictable as hell and B: he shows 0 emotion on the sideline. Like don't be Vic Fangio but he's just so vanilla, Relying on relatively newcomers to the NFL like Leonard to wake up the Defense can't always do it. It showed tonight.
  4. Yeah situational football is the worst. I think that's one of the negatives of over-using analytics. Everyone has access to the same situation 3rd 8 already in field goal range but kicker is injured so need more yardage, RB is a stud so maybe he gets the first but we want to run the clock and kick the field goal) So we predictably run it, get stuffed and gain a yard or two, then our exhausted O-Linemen (was it Smith or Glowinski?) get torched by Calais Campbell. I just don't see us going to a big game for the next couple of years with how bad our secondary is.
  5. I 100% agree, that 44-26 win if I remember was due to a blocked field goal return and a pick-six/fumble returned for 6? An aging T.Y Hilton being our "biggest threat" is not a good sign. We could of had Sammy Watkins, thank God Mo-Alie Cox is coming in clutch and we're actually using him but what about putting Hines in the slot? The Colts just get so damn predictable in late-game scenarios. Like on the last 3rd and 8, Ravens stack the box and we try and cram it down the middle for an extra 2 yards and the kick is blocked. Losing Luck has put our team back by a couple years as we've had to readjust our drafting/FA to get a QB.
  6. That's an issue with every team though! Our secondary is barely average even when 100% healthy. Let's not forget we made the play-offs last year with a cake-walk schedule and help from Buffalo.
  7. 2020, we lose to all the teams that made the playoffs during the regular season minus VGreenBay thanks to the fumble. This year is just more of the same. Since the beginning of Frank Reich's tenure, I've noticed how calm he is no matter what is going on. I don't want Vic Fangio levels of explosive blabbering but what coach on the sidelines is giving the players motivation? This leads to the possibility of fired up players like Darius Leonard and Jonathan Taylor having to pick up all the slack and that leads to 4th quarter collapses like 2020 @Steelers and tonight @Baltimore. The Defense also comes out clutch at the goal line but this EXTREME bending (remember the 2 games vs the Texans last year?) where we let the opposition run down the field in 3 huge plays and then a miracle fumble/turnover at the goal line saves the day for us. We should have won that Steelers game and we've seemed to fix our red-zone issues, Carson Wentz is coming back into the player he was. Both games came down to us leading by multiple scores and then our D getting injured and gassed and just giving up TD's in 3-5 plays. @Baltimore, a blocked field goal would have won us the game. Rodrigo is a 2nd year player, this was the first time he had 70k Raven fans yelling at him and the kick is blocked. We've had ridiculous injuries and came close to beating the Rams and SHOULD HAVE beaten the Ravens tonight.. In regards to kicking, the "nightmare week for kickers" can largely be attributed to kickers (which is such a mental game) got used to nearly silent stadiums and now our rookie has to kick potential game-winners whilst injured. What can we do?
  8. 2020, we lose to all the teams that made the playoffs during the regular season minus VGreenBay thanks to the fumble. This year is just more of the same. Since the beginning of Frank Reich's tenure, I've noticed how calm he is no matter what is going on. I don't want Vic Fangio levels of explosive blabbering but what coach on the sidelines is giving the players motivation? This leads to the possibility of fired up players like Darius Leonard and Jonathan Taylor having to pick up all the slack and that leads to 4th quarter collapses like 2020 @Steelers and tonight @Baltimore. The Defense also comes out clutch at the goal line but this EXTREME bending (remember the 2 games vs the Texans last year?) where we let the opposition run down the field in 3 huge plays and then a miracle fumble/turnover at the goal line saves the day for us. We should have won that Steelers game and we've seemed to fix our red-zone issues, Carson Wentz is coming back into the player he was. Both games came down to us leading by multiple scores and then our D getting injured and gassed and just giving up TD's in 3-5 plays. @Baltimore, a blocked field goal would have won us the game. Rodrigo is a 2nd year player, this was the first time he had 70k Raven fans yelling at him and the kick is blocked. We've had ridiculous injuries and came close to beating the Rams and SHOULD HAVE beaten the Ravens tonight.. What can we do?
  9. At least we know Wentz still has it, that's a big deal, he's still young. Mack's stock just went up so a trade for some help in the secondary would be amazing. We just need to get that pass rush healthy!!
  10. Jeez the overreactions are intense tonight. Going into Baltimore without most of our #1's and injured players playing anyway, it's a miracle we had a chance. The real letdown is getting that much of a lead and blowing it so quickly..
  11. I tend to agree but he's a rookie and this was his first real loud NFL crowd for a potential game winner.
  12. Are we the Falcons?! TWO TD's + TWO 2-point Conversions in like 6 minutes and change?!? Injured to hell and back in the seconday. Excellent O-Line, it just sucks that having the best T/G/C in the NFL is nothing like having the best WR or TE or any skill position player in the NFL.. We played well but that 4th quarter collapse will have to be examined if we want to make it to the playoffs.
  13. If you watch literally any game featuring the 2020 Jets highlight reel, Perriman is almost always in on a big play or TD. The Bears already got him..
  14. Lol just our QB situation severly reduces our chances of being a Super Bowl contender. With how stacked the Titans have gotten and how good the AFC is in general, it's going to be a miracle if we make the playoffs.
  15. On the cheap as well! Remember: 2022 Free-Agency is going to be a nightmare for us.. Wentz better pay off or we may have a fire-sale and go into the dreaded rebuild. Rework those mechanics Carson!
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