Ravens 'D' set for test against the best

Ravens 'D' set for test against the best

There are 15 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Dec 2, 2007, titled Ravens 'D' set for test against the best. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

Chris McAlister said the best way to contain the New England Patriots' electric offense is to eliminate the big plays.

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Rick

Glen Burnie, MD

#1 Dec 2, 2007
It's funny how Billick has coaching ideas against the Patriots. I'm glad he has decided to start earning his salary.. Vacation's over for billick.
GHT

Portland, OR

#2 Dec 2, 2007
Did I read where Billick says we have to be unpredictable??? That's been our problem all year. We are very predictable. Right down to the last dink and the last dunk.
Cornell

Ellicott City, MD

#3 Dec 2, 2007
Billick knows what is being said about his future here in charm city.
Seems a stretch that he is enlightened enough to turn this season around. hopefully he has left the coaching to the professionals and let Ryan try to save his job. Hopefully they'll throw everything and the kitchen sink and not have to throw in towel before the first qtr. I'm picking the ravens by 1. I think the pats may come in with the cake walk men/tal. Save face, Billick. Resign and retire. Put the salary owed you to good use and give it to the next coach that must clean-up that mess you created!!!!!
Ravens_Flock

Chico, CA

#4 Dec 2, 2007
You know....all unhealthy obsession Billick hating aside.....if you people don't want to even try to believe that maybe the Ravens could pull off an upset, regardless of the extreme unlikelihood that they will.......

There's one simple solution. Don't watch the game.
david

Miami, FL

#5 Dec 2, 2007
We will be destroyed. We haven't been able to defend the deep ball in two years, how are we going to stop them? If we manage to take Moss out of the game, Welker will kill us. Even then, we get beat for at least two long TDs, guaranteed.
Rick

Glen Burnie, MD

#6 Dec 2, 2007
Ravens fans just want to watch 4 quarters of competive play. We want to see the team play like there is no tomorrow.We would like to win all the time, but we know better then that.The team has talent to compete with most of the other tams, but we only see it at most for 1 quarter of the game. Just give us a good game.
jeffro

Fayetteville, NC

#7 Dec 2, 2007
Patriots 58 Stover 3 Billick 40 Tons of Bullsh#T
jeffro

Fayetteville, NC

#8 Dec 2, 2007
Ravens D is all talk and dance moves. Tom Brady will humiliate them in front of a national audience. Hopefully they won't dance like street yo's when they make a tackle while they are down 48 -0.
Mike

Virginia Beach, VA

#9 Dec 2, 2007
Who are ANY of us kidding? I will be there until he final second of the game. I will drive ALL the way up to Baltimore as I do for every home game...only to watch the Ravens be embarrassed ONCE AGAIN on national television. I will hen go back to my hotel room and feel like I need a rape shower because of the aweful disgust that I just endured at the Vault. Yeah fellas...we all get to see just how bad we really are tomorrow night.
Jacob

Baltimore, MD

#10 Dec 2, 2007
The defense may be able to slow the Pats offense down, maybe hold them below 30, but the offense won't crack 13.
Kevin

New York, NY

#11 Dec 2, 2007
without chris we have no chance. how do you practice all week then youre a game time decision? we will see how good the fat guy is in mixing up coverages/blitzes tomorrow. we have to throw to win-thats how philly almost beat them. protect kyle and a healthy defense equals a decent game. if we dont protect him or mcalister doesnt play we have no chance.
patsfan111111

Summerfield, FL

#12 Dec 3, 2007
Jacob wrote:
The defense may be able to slow the Pats offense down, maybe hold them below 30, but the offense won't crack 13.
at least someone got it right. you may be able to slow down and keep the pats around 30 but your offense is so bad the pats will still probably cover the 20 point spread. this isnt the ravens d of even a year ago. i also think the pats, after hearing all week that they are very beatable, are going to start the game off with a bang, trying to end the game at halftime just to reinstill their dominance.
Patriot Demolition

Tarzana, CA

#13 Oct 4, 2010
Cornell wrote:
enlightened enough to I think the pats may come in with the cake walk!!!!!
lol...
Patriots Always Favored

Carson, CA

#14 Oct 19, 2010
jeffro wrote:
Ravens D is all talk and dance moves. Tom Brady will humiliate them in front of a national audience. Hopefully they won't dance like street yo's when they make a tackle while they are down 48 -0.
...well it was a bit closer than that...but yea
Pats Defeat Ravens

United States

#15 Oct 21, 2010
Mike wrote:
Who are ANY of us kidding? I will be there until he final second of the game. I will drive ALL the way up...only to watch the Ravens be embarrassed ONCE AGAIN on national television. I will hen go back to my hotel room and feel like I need a rape shower because of the aweful disgust that I just endured
lol

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