A hire calling

A hire calling

There are 48 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Jan 23, 2008, titled A hire calling. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

No offense, but here's hoping Rex Ryan becomes the next head coach of the Atlanta Falcons.

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Since: Nov 07

Baltimore, MD

#47 Jan 23, 2008
shart wrote:
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My point is these are NOT well thought out comments they are just rehashes of what has been posted on various raven message boards for the past 2 weeks. Nothing original.
I'm almost positive that Bert Jones was being sarcastic/making his comments tongue in cheek.

Since: Dec 07

White Marsh, MD

#48 Jan 23, 2008
skaybaltimore wrote:
<quoted text>Nothin like a good, old fashioned smack down to put the riff-raff in its place. Now, on to the real matters at hand...
Priority #1 is to get the team focused on playing as a TEAM.
Priority #2a is to sort out what exactly is going on with the QB position.
Priority #2b is to solidify the O-line. This has been a somewhat neglected area, at least until last year. I like the additions of Grubbs, Yanda, and Gaither. Now, I think it's time to draft a center. The top two draft prospects would seem to be Steve Justice, Wake, and John Sullivan, ND.
Priority #2c would have to be corner back.
Then after that, a lot depends upon what happens with Suggs and Pryce. If we lose both of them, we need to focus on DE big time. If we lose Suggs, I think Gholston would be a good pick. If we keep Suggs and lose Pryce, I think we might look at either Chris Ellis or Sedrick Ellis, depending on what sort of D-scheme we run (4-3, 3-4, hybrid, etc.)
I also think we need to get a solid strength/conditioning coach and a top level O-line coach.
Agreed ! you pushed back the CB situation for a reason. Do you think they may go after Asantee Samuels ?

Since: Dec 07

White Marsh, MD

#49 Jan 23, 2008
MJM wrote:
To hell with Football. I want more posts from Sallysports.com . Very hot!!!
Where is the link ! And thats for sharing !

:)
edward keller

Schenectady, NY

#50 Jan 23, 2008
you never stop trying to show the world how football smart you are. if you know so much about pro football, why don't you jump in, and become the next hall of fame coach? really, put your money where your mouth is. fact is, you are not anything more than someone who played for a small collage as an offense linemen, big deal. you really bother me with you stupid writing. get a job!

Since: Nov 07

Baltimore, MD

#51 Jan 23, 2008
Cornell wrote:
<quoted text>Agreed ! you pushed back the CB situation for a reason. Do you think they may go after Asantee Samuels ?
I didn't really push back the CB situation -- I sort of lumped it all together as far as importance goes. And no, I don't think we'll be going after Samuel. Mainly because of cap issues.
HeWhoCannotBeNam ed

Berlin, Germany

#52 Jan 23, 2008
A call to fire wrote:
sembo, I agree with you, Preston post replies to his own artilces in a lame effort to keep his job while deleting all of the negative comments.
He truely is a pathetic racist loser. The sad part is, the ONLY reason he has a job is because he is black.
Perhaps if enough people complain about Preston to the editor, he can get his sorry arse fired.
God you are small witted.
HeWhoCannotBeNam ed

Berlin, Germany

#53 Jan 23, 2008
skaybaltimore wrote:
<quoted text>Nothin like a good, old fashioned smack down to put the riff-raff in its place. Now, on to the real matters at hand...
Priority #1 is to get the team focused on playing as a TEAM.
Priority #2a is to sort out what exactly is going on with the QB position.
Priority #2b is to solidify the O-line. This has been a somewhat neglected area, at least until last year. I like the additions of Grubbs, Yanda, and Gaither. Now, I think it's time to draft a center. The top two draft prospects would seem to be Steve Justice, Wake, and John Sullivan, ND.
Priority #2c would have to be corner back.
Then after that, a lot depends upon what happens with Suggs and Pryce. If we lose both of them, we need to focus on DE big time. If we lose Suggs, I think Gholston would be a good pick. If we keep Suggs and lose Pryce, I think we might look at either Chris Ellis or Sedrick Ellis, depending on what sort of D-scheme we run (4-3, 3-4, hybrid, etc.)
I also think we need to get a solid strength/conditioning coach and a top level O-line coach.
Calm down.
HeWhoCannotBeNam ed

Berlin, Germany

#54 Jan 23, 2008
skaybaltimore wrote:
<quoted text>I didn't really push back the CB situation -- I sort of lumped it all together as far as importance goes. And no, I don't think we'll be going after Samuel. Mainly because of cap issues.
Doth the insider harbor other secrets ?

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