Taking Florida breaks

Taking Florida breaks

There are 11 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Oct 20, 2008, titled Taking Florida breaks. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

After the Ravens' 27-13 victory over the Miami Dolphins , the Ravens presented the game ball to offensive coordinator Cam Cameron .

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Since: Jan 08

Fort Campbell, TN

#1 Oct 20, 2008
Now this is the way the Ravens play FOOTBALL! Not like last week when they thought they could just show up and beat the Colts.
Ravens Basher

Parkville, MD

#2 Oct 20, 2008
So big deal. Please tell me all you excited fans who did they beat? Another losing team. As i said they will NEVER beat the Colts, Steelers or Patriots. They like the Orioles are a DISGRACE!!!
jmh827

Joliet, IL

#3 Oct 20, 2008
I guess this week all of the ravens "fans" will love their team again? Last week it was, "fire the head coach, offensive coordinator, defensive coodinator & special teams coaches". Also, all of the "fans" wanted a to "draft new O-lineman, LB's & DB's".

So, what's it gonna be this week? I do know it will be entertaining to read the flip-floppers.
Kelly

Baltimore, MD

#4 Oct 20, 2008
jmh827 wrote:
I guess this week all of the ravens "fans" will love their team again? Last week it was, "fire the head coach, offensive coordinator, defensive coodinator & special teams coaches". Also, all of the "fans" wanted a to "draft new O-lineman, LB's & DB's".
So, what's it gonna be this week? I do know it will be entertaining to read the flip-floppers.
You are so right. All we'll hear today is "PLAYOFFS" When they actually beat a decent team then I'll get excited. We still have to play the NFC East. Even with Dallas self distructing there's 4 loses. Wake up people this is still a below 500 team.
Teapot

Sterling, VA

#5 Oct 20, 2008
Now that's what we want to see the spread offense, it was very nice having a Shot-Gun (5 man spread) offense this gives Flacco so much more of an option vs. just trying to find Mason since he's not quite there yet but I give it to Flacco, keep improving and you will get there.

McGahee great job minus the fumble but hey you came back for a TD.
Bajadad

Glen Burnie, MD

#6 Oct 20, 2008
So where's Fire Trembley, the coward loser who predicted a travesty this weekend?

Oh, he'll be back. like a cockroach after a nuclear blast. But he'll get the treatment here he deserves, no doubt.
pstroms

Concord, CA

#7 Oct 20, 2008
jmh827 wrote:
I guess this week all of the ravens "fans" will love their team again? Last week it was, "fire the head coach, offensive coordinator, defensive coodinator & special teams coaches". Also, all of the "fans" wanted a to "draft new O-lineman, LB's & DB's".
So, what's it gonna be this week? I do know it will be entertaining to read the flip-floppers.
I agree there is a good size population of Ravens fans that flip flop (believe me, members of my family do all the time). I am a die hard Ravens fan and I just want to see progress. I do not to expect to go to the playoffs this year, I just want to see progress and hope for the future...if it did so happen that we do make the playoffs then it will be a nice bonus. GO RAVENS!!!
RavenBeliever

Dillwyn, VA

#8 Oct 20, 2008
The purple and black looked good, slack opponent or not. Still a "W". Tennesee should be thanking the man above for the ref's gift. No one wants to come through B-more and get some of the defense. C-Mac on the bench should send a message as well, always someone hungry for playing time, better not slack off boys. We'll keep chugging through, I think many will be suprised.
Sandman

Dundalk, MD

#9 Oct 20, 2008
I didn't flip flop. I also watched very little of the game. I still don't like Newsome, and think he has done very little to bring/evaluate offensive talent here. This is a woeful offensive unit. I wish them the best, but they are a marginal ball club.
Struds

Sterling, VA

#10 Oct 20, 2008
jmh827 wrote:
I guess this week all of the ravens "fans" will love their team again? Last week it was, "fire the head coach, offensive coordinator, defensive coodinator & special teams coaches". Also, all of the "fans" wanted a to "draft new O-lineman, LB's & DB's".
So, what's it gonna be this week? I do know it will be entertaining to read the flip-floppers.
We still need to darft a DB and a wide reciever. This game didn't change that.
Struds

Sterling, VA

#11 Oct 20, 2008
Kelly wrote:
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You are so right. All we'll hear today is "PLAYOFFS" When they actually beat a decent team then I'll get excited. We still have to play the NFC East. Even with Dallas self distructing there's 4 loses. Wake up people this is still a below 500 team.
OK, I just read through most of the posts about this game under different articles. I found one whole guy who mentioned playoffs. Any other predictions you'd like to make?

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