Beyond the blame game

Beyond the blame game

There are 68 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Nov 13, 2007, titled Beyond the blame game. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

At the Ravens' headquarters, the fashionable colors this fall are black and blue.

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Hanover, MD

#61 Nov 13, 2007
Good News For Ogden wrote:
Looks like Dwight Freeney is out for the season with a foot injury. Now Ogden won't have to worry about being slapped all up and down and over the field again by Freeney come December when the Colts Baltimore.
You got that right - JO singlehandedly made Freeney an all-pro
Dan Patrick

Owings Mills, MD

#62 Nov 13, 2007
frox wrote:
Shocker that the Sun's columnists and editors don't know that the Dan Patrick Show was replaced with the Mike Tirico show about 6 months ago! Come on guys!!!
I (Dan Patrick) am on the radio. I have signed more than 60 stations, including stations in eight of the top 10 markets. My show is on 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., the show can also be heard on .
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Grand Rapids, MI

#63 Nov 13, 2007
If you think Rick Maese in feminine and light in the loafers, please blog it.

Fort Worth, TX

#64 Nov 13, 2007
Born and raised in Baltimore,now living in Texas its a shame that I gave directv 250$ to watch this team.You think that maybe this would be the year the offence would get just a little better,have a threat to score.Teams have figured out that all you need is a few field goals to win.Thats how the Ravens won for years.Kick the FG and leave it up to the defence.Now opposing teams say almost the same thing "kick FG's and leave it up to the Ravens offence to give us the win".
Cornell Russ

Baltimore, MD

#65 Nov 14, 2007
Dennis Green wrote:
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Unfortunately Marty Ball may be our only option.
1) Norville will get canned at the end of the season by SD. Charlie Weiss will leave ND to save his reputation. He'll take the SD job because it is the most talented team with a HC vacancy; plus, he gets to go head to head with Mangini, Crennel, and Belicheck.
2) Coughlin will get canned by the Giants at the end of the season. This is where Billick lands.
3) There are no big name college coaches looking at the NFL - and none will leave a good program to deal with the issues the Ravens have.
4) The next coach will come from the offensive side of the ball; that eliminates Rex Ryan and Mike Singletary.
5) If the team goes old and experienced, its Marty or Mike Martz.
6) If the team goes new, its Russ Grimm.
I agree with you and Marty would the best bet by far, but what about the assistant coaches. Who fits and who doesn't from the coaches we already have?

Baltimore, MD

#66 Nov 14, 2007
Marty Shot them is what is what we can chant at next years games! The qb of the future will be a free agent this year due the other struggling teams out there. We need the old timers to play less or not at all. We need a Excellent Draft and we need the stats to gauge the future to make intelligent decisions on the propress of the team. We need a new logo and we need to use the black uniforms more often.

Chevy Chase, MD

#67 Nov 14, 2007
Sparky wrote:
We have seven games left and it is possible, although not probable, to win six of them. I think we match up better against the Patirots than the Colts. That said, Boller. if he is inserted into the starting job, must change his attitude. He approaches games, appearing scared and defensive, rather than offensive and focused on what his is going to do. He seems to look reactive, waiting for something to open up, rather than creating something. It seems to be a fundamental flaw in him as a person. Right now, I do not think it can change. However, I could be wrong. I'd like to see a game, even if they lose, with more discipline, no penalties, more runs of McGahee, 25 to 30 carries. He may not break off for long gains all of the time but it can wear out the defensive line of opposing teams and open up the passing game. However, it has to be a good mix. I think Billick is experiencing a brain freeze, and it filters down to the players.
this guy sounds like Bagdad Bob, The American are nowhere close to Bagdad. The Ravens have a great offence. We will win out the season and win the superbowl. There is nothing wrong here.

jon dey

Halifax, Canada

#68 Nov 15, 2007
To Suggs, I was booing way up here. Not at any of the players,well maybe McNair,but at the system. No QB, and I mean no QB is going to look good as long as BB calls the plays. He's proven it week, after week, after week. The really sad part about the whole scenario is BB's arrogance. All the fans and all the reporters from Sports Illustrated to ESPN, to the Sun reporters all say the same thing, AND HE STILL DOESN"T GET IT!!

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