Ravens-Texans game log

Ravens-Texans game log

There are 95 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Nov 9, 2008, titled Ravens-Texans game log. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

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Rayvenous

Nampa, ID

#82 Nov 9, 2008
Liberal Soldier wrote:
If someone does not show the offensive line the fundamentals of blocking without holding a pass rusher we will not go to the next level where great teams are. Stop the freaking holding Chester.
I agree!

On a side note...the "We are a nation again" is some serious hyperbole! I guess I'll give your president the same respect you gave mine. Long live the Conservative Resistance!

Since: Sep 08

North Las Vegas, NV

#83 Nov 9, 2008
Idaho, You voted for Palin. That's all we need to know about your respect/intelligence/insight/c hoice/education.

Get real. It's President Obama to all of us in the U.S.! If you don't like it, go live with Sarah. LOL!
I have an idea with your lack of intelligence, that's why cowards like you voted for her. Oh, lonely boy.

BTW, How about Flacco? Is he better or as good as Matt Ryan of the Atlanta Falcons? It is so close, but regardless, I think we got the better deal because of our lower pick, that also came with trades. Flacco is the real deal, my Raven friends. And I love how the media pretty much ignores us still. Keep it up, it'll be playoff time before they know it.
Shudom

Chestertown, MD

#84 Nov 9, 2008
CeAlex1223 wrote:
A very good finish for the Raven's, and they are winning the games they should win. Pls tell Joe to get the air out from under his long balls...Figurs nearly got killed on his TD, and the next long ball was broken up by the safety, all the way from the middle of the field...not to mention the ball to Mason that injured his shoulder. Don't get me wrong, I love Flacco, but he needs to flex the arm strength on the long ball!!
The one broken up by the safety was more of Mason's fault, because he drifted at the last minute, allowing the safety to get under him, rather than shielding the safety with his body. Randy Moss does a great job of that.
Frederick Fan

United States

#85 Nov 9, 2008
I miss FIRE TREMBLEY. He was so dead on with his predtictions. Is there any particular reason why he has been so noticeably absent as of late?
All Joe

United States

#86 Nov 9, 2008
Maui Guy wrote:
I told you all yesterday. The Big Wave roared the truth. Said, we shall win all the rest of the games and go to the playoffs.
Starting with this one today.
Mahalo.
Hey man I am with you. The Ravens are in the pipeline riding the big one. Surfer Joe Flacco is hanging five and walking the nose. Keep the good blessings coming.
Jack Lee

Halethorpe, MD

#87 Nov 9, 2008
Baltimore Sports wrote:
Idaho, You voted for Palin. That's all we need to know about your respect/intelligence/insight/c hoice/education.
Get real. It's President Obama to all of us in the U.S.! If you don't like it, go live with Sarah. LOL!
I have an idea with your lack of intelligence, that's why cowards like you voted for her. Oh, lonely boy.
BTW, How about Flacco? Is he better or as good as Matt Ryan of the Atlanta Falcons? It is so close, but regardless, I think we got the better deal because of our lower pick, that also came with trades. Flacco is the real deal, my Raven friends. And I love how the media pretty much ignores us still. Keep it up, it'll be playoff time before they know it.
I guess the check due you from Barack is already spent? Seriously, Obama will be either the worst or best President of the last 50 years. Considering his accomplishments to date (other than winning an election)...well...can't think of any. Can you?

Since: Sep 08

North Las Vegas, NV

#88 Nov 9, 2008
Is that it? The check? How shallow can one be, oh Jack the Off?:)

I can think of many accomplishments, but a narrow-minded soul-less type like yourself, it's easy to see you would never understand, even in a Rosetta Stone type instruction. If only you didn't miss the easy classes in school, the tougher ones wouldn't have been so hard.
Sorry to hear you are an illiterate, or possibly too stupid, or just plain racially ignorant. Don't let the walls of education block you the next time, Off. As you so clearly need it. Oh, have a nice day. Remember Blue and Red = Purple, or do I need to explain that, too? Peace!
Captain Lou Albano

Los Angeles, CA

#89 Nov 9, 2008
Love this stat: Ravens, outgained by 22 yards, win by 28. Don't always trust the numbers.
http://www.sportsfanlive.com/web/poll...
All Joe

United States

#90 Nov 9, 2008
Baltimore Sports wrote:
Is that it? The check? How shallow can one be, oh Jack the Off?:)
I can think of many accomplishments, but a narrow-minded soul-less type like yourself, it's easy to see you would never understand, even in a Rosetta Stone type instruction. If only you didn't miss the easy classes in school, the tougher ones wouldn't have been so hard.
Sorry to hear you are an illiterate, or possibly too stupid, or just plain racially ignorant. Don't let the walls of education block you the next time, Off. As you so clearly need it. Oh, have a nice day. Remember Blue and Red = Purple, or do I need to explain that, too? Peace!
I am not the sharpest spoon in the drawer. Please explain the Blue and Red = Purple comment, I don't get it. Also could you please explain to me why your comments have to be so disparaging? Do you find this is an effective way of bringing people around to your way of thinking? I think giving Jack Lee a couple of examples of Obama's accomplishments would have gone much further in convincing Lee of Obama's ability to handle the responsibilities of the presidency.

Your candidate of choice has been elected president. You should be happy, but all you can do is see Red. The paranoia goes on.

By the way the colors for, not of, Ravens' fans is purple, black, and gold. That goes for all Ravens' fans.
Mike

AOL

#91 Nov 9, 2008
One thing l liked was the fact that the Ravens weren't looking ahead at the Giants game. They were focased and ready to play! Now is the time to forget this game and get ready! Penalitys are still a problem which needs to be addressed. The Giants aren't supermen. Just get a good week in practice and play Ravens football!!
Scott G

Alexandria, VA

#92 Nov 10, 2008
Baltimore Sports wrote:
Idaho, You voted for Palin. That's all we need to know about your respect/intelligence/insight/c hoice/education.
Get real. It's President Obama to all of us in the U.S.! If you don't like it, go live with Sarah. LOL!
I have an idea with your lack of intelligence, that's why cowards like you voted for her. Oh, lonely boy.
BTW, How about Flacco? Is he better or as good as Matt Ryan of the Atlanta Falcons? It is so close, but regardless, I think we got the better deal because of our lower pick, that also came with trades. Flacco is the real deal, my Raven friends. And I love how the media pretty much ignores us still. Keep it up, it'll be playoff time before they know it.
Shut the FU. Idiots like you are the ones that drink the Kool-aid. Already Obama is breaking his campaign promises. We were all waiting to see how long it would take. I never would have bet it would be less than a week. But it is. Now his promises are going to be shown how hollow they were, and the idiocy of those that voted for him. Big difference between running for President and than actually being President. Since you decided to bring politics to this forum.

Ravens looked great. To the nay-sayers who constantly bashed them and say "who have they played?" they played the teams that were scheduled against. They won the games they were suppossed. Aside from the Colts, they had the other two teams beat and they let the games go. They are learning and improving, and that is key. Don't know about beating the Giants on their turf, but I give the Ravens as good a shot against any team on the rest of their schdule.
Scott G

Alexandria, VA

#93 Nov 10, 2008
Baltimore Sports wrote:
Is that it? The check? How shallow can one be, oh Jack the Off?:)
I can think of many accomplishments, but a narrow-minded soul-less type like yourself, it's easy to see you would never understand, even in a Rosetta Stone type instruction. If only you didn't miss the easy classes in school, the tougher ones wouldn't have been so hard.
Sorry to hear you are an illiterate, or possibly too stupid, or just plain racially ignorant. Don't let the walls of education block you the next time, Off. As you so clearly need it. Oh, have a nice day. Remember Blue and Red = Purple, or do I need to explain that, too? Peace!
Typical leftist. You resorted to name calling. Just as the leftisits in CA protesting the passage of Prop 8.
rob

Hyattsville, MD

#94 Nov 10, 2008
You know what, we have had 2 years of this political crap. So get the f off of this topix. May I suggest you all go to one of the hundreds of topix's that are about politics.

The Raven's are on a roll and yesterday was nothing but positive and then to have to read this cra-p. The election is over, let's focus on sports. If you want to exercise your first amendmant right, you still can, just do it somewhere else.

So glad the Giants won last night so they will not be in a foul mood come Sunday.
Peej

Corinth, MS

#95 Nov 10, 2008
Baltimore Sports wrote:
Is that it? The check? How shallow can one be, oh Jack the Off?:)
I can think of many accomplishments, but a narrow-minded soul-less type like yourself, it's easy to see you would never understand, even in a Rosetta Stone type instruction. If only you didn't miss the easy classes in school, the tougher ones wouldn't have been so hard.
Sorry to hear you are an illiterate, or possibly too stupid, or just plain racially ignorant. Don't let the walls of education block you the next time, Off. As you so clearly need it. Oh, have a nice day. Remember Blue and Red = Purple, or do I need to explain that, too? Peace!
Name one!
Yard Birds

AOL

#96 Nov 16, 2008
rob wrote:
WOW! Most points in how many games? Most points scored in three consecutive games? Now that the Raven's offense has tuned up, I think they are ready for the Giants! And the defense, nothing new there, same old tough D!
lol! This is a classic. 30-10 loser. 10 points, so sad.

I bet it did feel good scoring on those loser teams with some of them starting the backup QBs. Sucks to watch your team get beat down like that huh? I got a laugh, just like I'm laughing at you right now.

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