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We have brought pressure on only a couple of plays. 

 

Every pass play the Ravens draw up is quick hitting. We need to just come after Flacco, and take the chance of giving up something big. 

 

We are coaching scared!

 

Let these players ball out. Put it on them to win today!

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1 minute ago, coltsfansince65 said:

I hate this soft zone defense

 

It sucks to witness the coward play-calling. I would rather lose by 3 or 4 scores than play prevent defense all game.

 

The coaches have absolutely no faith at all in these players. 

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2 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

 

It sucks to witness the coward play-calling. I would rather lose by 3 or 4 scores than play prevent defense all game.

 

The coaches have absolutely no faith at all in these players. 

Agreed

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7 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

We have brought pressure on only a couple of plays. 

 

Every pass play the Ravens draw up is quick hitting. We need to just come after Flacco, and take the chance of giving up something big. 

 

We are coaching scared!

 

Let these players ball out. Put it on them to win today!

we cant bring pressure and cover....we don't have the athletes

You have to try to win,..not just open the door for scores

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

we cant bring pressure and cover....we don't have the athletes

 

I would rather lose trying to win. Our coaches are not giving our defense a chance to make a play. They have no confidence in these players. 

 

We have to come after Flacco or we have no chance. 

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Just now, mahagga73 said:

Why is Aiken still on this team . Guy has cost them at least 2 wins this year. 

 

I thought it was a terrible signing. 

 

Not that I am always right, but the Ravens let him walk for a reason. 

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4 minutes ago, BlueShoe said:

 

I would rather lose trying to win. Our coaches are not giving our defense a chance to make a play. They have no confidence in these players. 

 

We have to come after Flacco or we have no chance. 

I disagree ..not against this team....

Confidence? Most of our players on he field are backups on defense

Ravens aren't explosive on offense....no safety help and single coverage in the secondary probably guarantees losing big

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Just now, oldunclemark said:

The coaches and players would not rather lose,.,.gambling....

Confidence? Most of our players on he field are backups on defense

Ravens aren't explosive on offense....no safety help and single coverage in the secondary probably guarantees losing big

 

Are you watching the same game I am?

 

I don't think you are, Sir!

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2 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

Heres a good example..we can rush 3 or 4 and drop 7 or 8

 

or we can 'go after him' with 6 or 7 and give up a TD

 

Basically we either have balls or we don't have balls. 

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6 minutes ago, oldunclemark said:

I disagree ..not against this team....

Confidence? Most of our players on he field are backups on defense

Ravens aren't explosive on offense....no safety help and single coverage in the secondary probably guarantees losing big

 

I disagree with you.

 

These coaches are cowards!

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1 minute ago, oldunclemark said:

Or because 13-7 at the half isntt so bad

 

Have you watched the 2017 Colts?

 

Being down at halftime is not a good thing. You think this gets better?

 

Someone get this man a drink! 

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1 minute ago, BlueShoe said:

 

Have you watched the 2017 Colts?

 

Being down at halftime is not a good thing. You think this gets better?

 

Someone get this man a drink! 

I agree with OldUncleMark. A dropped pass by Aiken, a blocked field goal, a missed field goal by 1 yard and a confused secondary gives up an easy TD on 3rd and goal from the 6, for a 13-7 half. The game plan is good enough to be winning. The players have to own up to this score. 

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2 minutes ago, Douzer said:

I agree with OldUncleMark. A dropped pass by Aiken, a blocked field goal, a missed field goal by 1 yard and a confused secondary gives up an easy TD on 3rd and goal from the 6, for a 13-7 half. The game plan is good enough to be winning. The players have to own up to this score. 

 

If trends stay consistent then we will lose this game by 4 touchdowns. 

 

I am no where near a Nostradamus, but that vision is even clear to me. 

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