Reed misses practice again

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Ravens safety Ed Reed did not participate in the portion of practice viewed by the media today in Owings Mills, leading to speculation that the three-time Pro Bowler's availability for Sunday's home game ... Full Story
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mike t

Baltimore, MD

#43 Nov 10, 2007
rjk and Ben, wow 2 beacons in the night, Man it is getting so I hate to open one of these anti RAVEN rant pages. Thanks guys I know you have room on the wagon, so , Here's what I think it comes down to:
GO RAVENS
I LOVE THIS STUFF
RAVENS 24 BENGALS 9
rjk

Port Washington, NY

#44 Nov 10, 2007
welcome aboard Mike... now sit back and watch the others start to come towards the light especially after Sundays win.
pro raven

Manchester, MD

#45 Nov 10, 2007
RUN RUN RUN & control the clock Mr Billick, Cin. can't score without the ball. Ops McNair playing- 2 INT 2 fumbles & 10 passes for 40 yds.
Bill Ding

Lanham, MD

#46 Nov 10, 2007
rjk wrote:
One sane comment out of 37. Please shut up with the whining
Ravens 27 Bengals 21
McGahee has a breakout game. why dont all you Bandwagon jumpers become Patriots fans now and just get it over with...
Nobody cares what you think. You have the Giants so stay out of our business. You're from N.J. idiot. How are the Ravens going to win without their starting defensive backfield? God?
Get real and once again you live in New Jersey!
GHT

Portland, OR

#47 Nov 10, 2007
pro raven wrote:
RUN RUN RUN & control the clock Mr Billick, Cin. can't score without the ball. Ops McNair playing- 2 INT 2 fumbles & 10 passes for 40 yds.
I know that is the "therory" in the NFL but I don't buy it. My point is, we control the ball for 8 minutes and score 3. Cincy will get the ball next and have 7 pts in half the time. Then we get it back and get 3 or less. Cincy gets it back..... See where I am going with this? At the end of the game we've run the clock down when we probably will need 14 or more points to win. We won't have the time and we don't have the talent even if we had the time. I say strike fast and often. New philosophy, especially when playing Cincy. Controlling the clock works well when you score and your D doesn't let them score on their next series and you get the ball back and knock off another 8 minutes and you score again.
rjk

Port Washington, NY

#48 Nov 10, 2007
Bill Ding wrote:
<quoted text>Nobody cares what you think. You have the Giants so stay out of our business. You're from N.J. idiot. How are the Ravens going to win without their starting defensive backfield? God?
Get real and once again you live in New Jersey!
so I cant be a Ravens fan because I live in Jersey? I am more of a Ravens fan than you moron. They win with a solid running game since Cincy has no D and the front 7 will be in Palmers face all day cause Cincy has no OL. Ravens win. learn it love it deal with it.

P.S. Lets go Mets
Dyno Don

United States

#49 Nov 10, 2007
OK, picks in the first 3 rounds, maybe more:
CB
LB
OT
DE
How's that look
Dyno Don

United States

#50 Nov 10, 2007
I'm a Ravens fan and I live in Houston.
I hope they win. I root for them to win. But ...

IF McNair could throw long, would the OL give him the time to do so? And IF he could throw, and IF the OL could protect, do we have anyone (healthy) who can go deep and catch consistently?
Not negative, just realistic.

The team is old and susceptible to injuries, and when those injuries inevitably come, the Ravens are revealed as VERY thin at a lot of positions.
GHT

Portland, OR

#51 Nov 10, 2007
Dyno Don wrote:
I'm a Ravens fan and I live in Houston.
I hope they win. I root for them to win. But ...
IF McNair could throw long, would the OL give him the time to do so? And IF he could throw, and IF the OL could protect, do we have anyone (healthy) who can go deep and catch consistently?
Not negative, just realistic.
The team is old and susceptible to injuries, and when those injuries inevitably come, the Ravens are revealed as VERY thin at a lot of positions.
Son, Adam Terry, Jason Brown and Jared Gaither are children. Demetrius Williams, Mark Clayton and even Todd Heap are kids, Kyle Boller iasn't even 28 yet. Why can't these young ones make plays? Ever watch Peyton manning at QB? He gets it, looks and throws "where" he expects his receiver to be. McNair gets it, "waits" and throws it where the receiver was. KB does that too, to a certain extent. Until we get talent at QB, we are toast.
Rob

Las Vegas, NV

#52 Nov 10, 2007
I told you guys last week that ward is a dirty player /cheap shot artist and I have the tapes to prove it..like I said he's a great receiver.. fundamentaly sound, but also a very dirty one, he's a blindsider.. and he stuck his finger in mcalisters eye while mcalister was laying on the ground.. now thats just below the belt.. Reed should have been reading these post like Ray lewis did when he used my fruit analogy.. then he could have been more vigilant about protecting himself..you have to watch ward until he's walking back to the huddle.
Slick McSteel

Slippery Rock, PA

#53 Nov 11, 2007
Looks like Ward not only knocked that boy out of the game, but he knocked him out of next week! The Steelers proved to the NFL who the toughest team is. Number 1 Defense, and a smashmouth Offense that takes no prisoners. Maybe Reed and Scott should add some skirts to their uniforms. Bunch of wimps who can't take a hit.

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