What they're saying about the Ravens

What they're saying about the Ravens

There are 34 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Sep 3, 2008, titled What they're saying about the Ravens. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

Here's a look at recent media coverage of the Ravens: The Washington Times' Mike Jones talks about John Harbaugh and the Ravens' decision to hire someone with no prior head-coaching experience: So the Ravens ...

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The_Mick

Gwynn Oak, MD

#22 Sep 3, 2008
I'm in a fantasy football league of Ravens fans over at NFL.com and Todd Heap was the only Raven Chosen early in our draft, and Derrick Mason was the only other one chosen - late. Someone added Mark Clayton today then dropped him a few hours later. It's tough being a Ravens fan.
Tim Wenger

Pasadena, MD

#23 Sep 3, 2008
I have to say 6-10 without a dought, because I agree aging defence, no real runningback, and absolutely no QB
jeffro

Pittsboro, NC

#24 Sep 3, 2008
who knows about Flacco, but history is against him. If Reed is out and the CBs are down 1-15 0-16 is possible. 4-12 3-13 is more likely. Is Heap still hurt? This will be interesting to watch.
jeffro

Pittsboro, NC

#25 Sep 3, 2008
I would say Atlanta are the bottom, then Miami, San Francisco, then Ravens.
Vernon manor

Halethorpe, MD

#26 Sep 3, 2008
Hungry blue mule wrote:
I'm not expecting miracles and it could be a long ugly season. If it is it's not Harbaugh's fault. Put it on the owner and GM. Pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey!
Billick gone
Boller gone
Ozzie next
Bisciotti relegated to Angelos status

Got to love Baltimore fans
RoostGuy

AOL

#27 Sep 3, 2008
I just hope I can wear my Ravens gear proudly this year.
Hungry blue mule

Rochester, MI

#28 Sep 3, 2008
Wear your ravens gear proudly? You might have a better chance of wearing it on Mars. Sporting goods stores don't even have Raven's stuff at the front of the store yet.
Wow

Baltimore, MD

#29 Sep 5, 2008
It's more likely we'd be 10-6 or 9-7 than 0-16...come on people...we aren't that bad. Last year was horrible and we weren't 0-16. We missed a lot of good players last year, it looks like we'll have some of them back. Ed Reed gives us at least 2 wins by himself if he plays. Let's cross our fingers...
Rude Awakening

Pleasanton, CA

#30 Sep 5, 2008
Wow wrote:
It's more likely we'd be 10-6 or 9-7 than 0-16...come on people...we aren't that bad. Last year was horrible and we weren't 0-16. We missed a lot of good players last year, it looks like we'll have some of them back. Ed Reed gives us at least 2 wins by himself if he plays. Let's cross our fingers...


Ummm...last year before the season started Brian Billick was quoted syaing that this team was the most talented Ravens team they had in camp and they went 5-11. This year most of the O-line is injured, half the defense is banged up and two of the three questionable quarterbacks we came to camp with are down. I'll be happy if we can suit up a full team each week. I admire your optimism!
NomoreBoller

Richmond, VA

#31 Sep 5, 2008
with kyle boller gone, we have a new optimism in the lockeroom, the defense and offense will play lights out once Joe Flacco gets settled in I guarantee!

Boller was like a depressing dark cloud that killed this team along with billick. Ozzie isn't helping matters but we can still win in spite of him!

GO RAVENS!
RavenKen

United States

#32 Sep 8, 2008
Rude Awakening wrote:
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Ummm...last year before the season started Brian Billick was quoted syaing that this team was the most talented Ravens team they had in camp and they went 5-11. This year most of the O-line is injured, half the defense is banged up and two of the three questionable quarterbacks we came to camp with are down. I'll be happy if we can suit up a full team each week. I admire your optimism!
And you are wrong by how much?
Wow

Baltimore, MD

#33 Sep 10, 2008
Looks like things went well Sunday...so much for 0-16...
NewEra

Richmond, VA

#34 Sep 10, 2008
NomoreBoller wrote:
with kyle boller gone, we have a new optimism in the lockeroom, the defense and offense will play lights out once Joe Flacco gets settled in I guarantee!
Boller was like a depressing dark cloud that killed this team along with billick. Ozzie isn't helping matters but we can still win in spite of him!
GO RAVENS!
Looks like this guy was right on!
Rude Awakening

Pleasanton, CA

#35 Sep 10, 2008
RavenKen wrote:
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And you are wrong by how much?
Umm, I wasn't wrong with my statements. They were all true, but the team pulled it together for opening day. I'm happy that they did, but you have to admit that it didn't seem likely they would have had a good game. The defense especially was surprising (but I still wonder why the Bengals didn't take more shots downfield with the condition of the Ravens secondary)

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