Ravens giving season away

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You can blame the Ravens' frustrating season on injuries, penalties and coach Brian Billick's play-calling. But the biggest problem is turnovers. Read more
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Since: Nov 07

Baltimore, MD

#21 Nov 24, 2007
GHT wrote:
<quoted text>These guys are pros. I learned how to tuck a ball away when I was 10 and never forgot it. If they are only learning how to do it now at the pro level, then we drafted some real dummies. Come on folks, what you do at this level when they drop the ball is sit their arse down or fine the hell out of em. Bark at em, put another player in etc etc. All these guys are playing for their next contract. A good benching for extended time usually helps. Pssst, by the way Skay, I am generalizing, don't jump all over me for simple insight here, I am not Brian Billick.
Actually, I agree with you on this one. The problem is, the things you suggest are not being done by Billick.
GHT

Portland, OR

#22 Nov 24, 2007
That's obvious. That's why I want Marty but no one else seems to think so. Marty would kick some arse. That's what this undisciplined team needs. Not some fresh faced new guy out of some Pac-10 college with no experience. We need a no-nonsense type guy like a Parcels. (No, I am not saying Parcels, someone like him). A team can't play for someone they don't respect. This team would play a hell of a lot better if they respected Billick.

Since: Nov 07

Baltimore, MD

#23 Nov 24, 2007
The queen would be the king IF...

Plus -- Marty sux, dude. He's not the answer. Although a disciplinarian would be good. Just not Marty. He's way too conservative.
McNair Hand

Anchorage, AK

#24 Nov 24, 2007
Does anybody remember McNair's throwing hand getting cleated last year during the playoffs? A lot of hand injuries result in nerve damage and loss of functionality. Maybe our ace reporter can shed some light on the subject.
Some people who post to this board also claim that McNair is an alcoholic. I find that stereotype deeply offensive as a fellow Irish-American.

Since: Nov 07

Baltimore, MD

#25 Nov 24, 2007
McNair Hand wrote:
Does anybody remember McNair's throwing hand getting cleated last year during the playoffs? A lot of hand injuries result in nerve damage and loss of functionality. Maybe our ace reporter can shed some light on the subject.
Some people who post to this board also claim that McNair is an alcoholic. I find that stereotype deeply offensive as a fellow Irish-American.
If I'm not mistaken, his hand got cleated in the Cleveland game -- the game Boller then came in and hit Williams for a 70 yard TD. But then the next week, against Pittsburgh, McNair had a great game. Then sucked against Buffalo, and basically every game since.

Since: Dec 06

Ruskin, FL

#26 Nov 25, 2007
At some point, Coach Billick will need to replace those cheap teeth in his mouth that keep slipping and sliding when he speaks.
At least they're better than those rotted yellow stumps he used to have.

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