Ravens-Browns game log

Ravens-Browns game log

There are 86 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Nov 30, 2008, titled Ravens-Browns game log. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

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Rochester, MI

#1 Nov 30, 2008
Why do the Ravens go to nickel defense? They almost always give up points when they go to nickel.

Harrisonburg, VA

#2 Nov 30, 2008
Make that 27-3 ravens, where is FireTrembley and that other idiot today???

Westminster, MD

#3 Nov 30, 2008
I'll give it to Harbaugh-what a change-we won all the games we should have won against the bottom teams, only the elite teams have been able to hit us with losses. There is no shame in losses to the best. We will be there soon to make them pay.
Scott G

Alexandria, VA

#4 Nov 30, 2008
Sooooo...who are we rooting for...NE or Pissburgh?
Scott G

Alexandria, VA

#5 Nov 30, 2008
One thing I caught and people should noticer, when they were walking off the field. Ray and Harbaugh were together laughing . Thats what I want to see. It seems Harbaugh has got everyone believing. 4 to go.

Westminster, MD

#6 Nov 30, 2008
Fire Trembley?

Cut Clayton Now?

LOL !!!

Rochester, MI

#7 Nov 30, 2008
I can hear the ignorant detractors now. The Ravens beat another team with an under 500 record and easily one of the worst teams in football. So who cares right? It doesn't prove anything, right? WRONG!
Not only did we beat the Bungles but we dominated them and thats what GOOD teams do. We beat them by more than the Giants did AND we beat them by more than the Steelers did. This game was never in question. A huge offensive performance from a unit that is hitting their stride at the right time. The defense was incredible and hasn't given up a touchdown in at least 9 quarters.
This team is easily working towards becoming one of the greats. Of course, the challenges ahead are emmense, but there is no reason why we should be suprised to go at least 3-1 in the final 4; possibly run the table. We can take the Skins, we showed we can beat the Steelers on Monday night in their stadium(we only lost because of a bonehead personal foul at the end)the Cowboys are grossly overrated, and the Jags are easily beatable. Oh yeah and 3 of the last 4 are at home. I'm not calling it a given but it is still a good possibility. So detractors go ahead and run your mouths; your hatin' is falling on deaf ears today!

L'assomption, Canada

#8 Nov 30, 2008
yeah wats better for us? NE wins or Pitts win?
I think if pittsburgh win its going to be better for us

Rochester, MI

#9 Nov 30, 2008
Go NE, we can still win this division!


#10 Nov 30, 2008
Jon wrote:
Make that 27-3 ravens, where is FireTrembley and that other idiot today???
Correction 34-3
GO RAVENS!!!!!!!
Jack Lee

Halethorpe, MD

#11 Nov 30, 2008
Scott G wrote:
Sooooo...who are we rooting for...NE or Pissburgh?
If Pittsburgh loses, then beats us, we cannot win the division and would be tied with New England for the wild card.
A NE loss puts them 2 games behind in the Wild Card race. So if we lose to Pittsburgh, it won't matter so much.
So we root for Pittsburgh, strangely enough.

East New Market, MD

#12 Nov 30, 2008
Looks like another sad week for those commenters who enjoy complaining to prove themselves superior. Sure, that wasn't much of a team the Ravens beat, but they did take them down rather convincingly. Keep it going, guys!

Rochester, MI

#13 Nov 30, 2008
I understand the logic, but I respectfully disagree. That's a lack of confidence in a team that deserves more credit. We CAN beat pittsburg and they have as hard a road as we do to the end of of the season. And if they lose today to the pats, to us and to tennesse, that puts them one behind us in the conference record.(the second tiebreaker after a tied division record) Even if we split the last four we'd finish with the same record and get the division on that tiebreaker. GO NE!!!!

Since: Aug 08

Chestertown, MD

#14 Nov 30, 2008
I agree with Jack Lee that a NE loss would benefit us more. Not that I am going to root for Pittsburgh, but the winner of our division will be the winner of that game when Pittsburgh comes to town. Trust me, it will fall into place for the winner of that game.
Mark creates a spark

Montclair, NJ

#15 Nov 30, 2008
What about Mark Clayton??? Woo hooo!!! Everyone was downing this team and saying cut Clayton cut him!!! Now look at this possibly the next Randle El. Great job and now if he keeps progressing he can be another good possesion and deep ball threat. I think we'll beat Washington at home, especially at night! All black unis...sick!!! GO RAVENS!!!!!!

Towson, MD

#16 Nov 30, 2008
i agree. wild card is more tight then the division. plus we already lose a tie breaker to the colts

Baltimore, MD

#17 Nov 30, 2008
Glad the owner made the decision to go with a new coach. 3rd most team injuries in the NFL, a rookie QB and they still post an 8-4 record so far.(Yes, Miami and Philly have winning records for you detractors). They played division leaders Pitt and Tenn tough. I wasn't expecting this....Keep it going!

Hyattsville, MD

#18 Nov 30, 2008
Scott G wrote:
Sooooo...who are we rooting for...NE or Pissburgh?
New England, your number one goal is to always win your division.

Menlo Park, CA

#19 Nov 30, 2008
The Ravens are looking good. If we can just leave that Giants game behind us, and play strong at home, where we have 3 of of our last 4 games, we could realistically go 11-5. Hell, if we manage to contain Dallas' passing game, we could even go 12-4. But what's important is we're playing well, and as long as we don't shoot ourselves in the foot, we are on track for a playoff berth.

The most telling stats from today's game, I think, are the fact that we got 451 total yds. of offense, had only 3 penalties for 30 yards, 0 turnovers, and we owned time of possession, nearly 40:00 to 20:00. Great stats. Now we just need to break that prime time hump, and get our first Sunday Night Football win since 2005. Go Ravens!

Brighton, MI

#20 Nov 30, 2008
Great game today, first half was boring but you saw what happened in the second half. You can see this is really a close team. Everyone is coming together. Fun team to watch now. Only thing I saw was wrong today, was when we had the lead pretty good we should of put in Troy Smith to give him some experience. You never know if we will need him, just my thought.

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