What they're saying about the Ravens

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Here's a look at recent media coverage of the Ravens: The Tennessean 's Jim Wyatt says the Ravens' top-ranked defense will provide a difficult challenge for the unbeaten Tennessee Titans on Sunday . Read more
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eman

Conshohocken, PA

#1 Oct 1, 2008
its funny how if the ravens win you would have heard nothing about the offensive problems. sure the ravens offense still has a lot of work but im getting tired of people already acting like its the same old ravens. fact is, brian billick is gone and this is cam's offense. hes done some great things already and the offense will continue to get better
Jay

Holbrook, NY

#2 Oct 1, 2008
I really don't think the Ravens offense is that bad. With the exception of '06, I think the offense is best since the Super Bowl year. It will only get better for the rest of the season.

I'm also surprised that Flacco isn't getting more praise. Yes, he had those costly fumbles, but he constantly kept drives alive. And his 12 second scramble should be showing up on top plays of the week, but somehow it's missing.

I think the Ravens upset the Titans this week at home, even with the emotional let-down from the Steelers game.

Since: Jul 08

Baltimore

#3 Oct 1, 2008
Jay wrote:
I really don't think the Ravens offense is that bad. With the exception of '06, I think the offense is best since the Super Bowl year. It will only get better for the rest of the season.
I'm also surprised that Flacco isn't getting more praise. Yes, he had those costly fumbles, but he constantly kept drives alive. And his 12 second scramble should be showing up on top plays of the week, but somehow it's missing.
I think the Ravens upset the Titans this week at home, even with the emotional let-down from the Steelers game.
Predicting the Ravens to beat the Titans is a huge statement there, Jay. Not only are some picking the Titans as the best team in the NFL, despite their QB woes, but Monday was a very physical game which is gonna hurt us this coming Sunday. Not to mention that the Titans all got to watch us and break down our every move and tendencies. It's gonna be quite a task, but overall, regardless of the outcome of this week's game, I like our chances for the season.
Josh

Parkton, MD

#4 Oct 1, 2008
Believe it or not, they do have a chance to beat the Titans. You saw Flacco on monday night doing well against a good defense despite being sacked 5 times and causing a turnover. If this offense can put up at least 20 points against the steelers then why not against the titans? All they need to do is avoid turnovers and not get sacked blindsided since Flacco had trouble securing the ball.

I hope all of you are not thinking the Titans are the next undefeated Patriots from last season, because they sure as hell don't play like them. No suprise the defense is gonna be all over Collins and their "rookie" RB who's next in line on the injured list.
RAIDER MISTERIO

AOL

#5 Oct 1, 2008
Jay wrote:
I think the Ravens upset the Titans this week at home, even with the emotional let-down from the Steelers game.
I think you are stupid.
Jay

Holbrook, NY

#6 Oct 1, 2008
RAIDER MISTERIO wrote:
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I think you are stupid.
Another internet tough guy.

The Ravens are only 3 point underdogs. It's not such a bold prediction.

Kerry Collins doesn't have Big Ben's mobility. I think the Ravens will be tired, but will sack him at least 4 times and force him into some bad decisions.
bhster

Prince Frederick, MD

#7 Oct 2, 2008
This will be a tough game, but I like the Raven's chances. Flacco will need to make a couple of plays and there better be better protection for him so he can do that. Just hope that the mighty D can score off a Kerry Collins mistake or two- that could do it. And I think that they will do that. It'll be interesting to see how the Steelers play at Jacksonville Monday night. I think that the Jags will put a hurtin' on 'em.
Fells Point Craig

College Park, MD

#8 Oct 2, 2008
A very difficult game for the home team. It will take a huge effort on all sides of the ball this week! Can the Ravens win? Yes. Will they?....I'll get back to you on that. Lets Go Flacco!
Mr Football

Mount Rainier, MD

#9 Oct 2, 2008
Jay wrote:
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Another internet tough guy.
The Ravens are only 3 point underdogs. It's not such a bold prediction.
Kerry Collins doesn't have Big Ben's mobility. I think the Ravens will be tired, but will sack him at least 4 times and force him into some bad decisions.
I agree. I think the Ravens will easily handle the Titans. They haven't played anyone with a winning record yet. If we shut down their running game, which we will, Collins will turn it over and we should win comfortably. I don't think there will be an emotional let down because the game Monday night had too many positives for the Ravens to take from it. We came out of the game in much better shape then the Steelers physically and emotionally. Ravens 24-13 over the Titans on Sunday. Figurs will redeem himself with a TD return and the Defense will put Flacco in position with some short fields to work with.
Mr Football

Mount Rainier, MD

#10 Oct 2, 2008
Josh wrote:
Believe it or not, they do have a chance to beat the Titans. You saw Flacco on monday night doing well against a good defense despite being sacked 5 times and causing a turnover. If this offense can put up at least 20 points against the steelers then why not against the titans? All they need to do is avoid turnovers and not get sacked blindsided since Flacco had trouble securing the ball.
I hope all of you are not thinking the Titans are the next undefeated Patriots from last season, because they sure as hell don't play like them. No suprise the defense is gonna be all over Collins and their "rookie" RB who's next in line on the injured list.
The Titans haven't beaten a team with a winning record yet. The best team they beat, Jacksonville, was decimated by injuries that game. They play solid defense and if this game was in Tennessee I would be more worried but we should take care of them at home. We came out of Monday night in good shape despite the loss. A lot of positives to move forward with and I expect the offense to open up even more. The home crowd will be fired up and I expect the team to be ready.
Joe Flacco

Fort George G Meade, MD

#11 Oct 2, 2008
The Titans haven't really beaten anyone yet and 3 of their 4 games have been at home. So the jury is still out on the Titans. That being said, this game will be very physical but I see the Ravens taking this one at home. The Ravens usually win their home games.
Ravens Suck

Alexandria, VA

#12 Oct 2, 2008
bhster wrote:
It'll be interesting to see how the Steelers play at Jacksonville Monday night. I think that the Jags will put a hurtin' on 'em.
LOL, still concerned more about what the Steelers are gonna do. You better be worried about your own garbage team first buddy. And by the way, idiot, the game is Sunday night.
pstroms

Jersey City, NJ

#13 Oct 2, 2008
Ravens Suck wrote:
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LOL, still concerned more about what the Steelers are gonna do. You better be worried about your own garbage team first buddy. And by the way, idiot, the game is Sunday night.
Why are you interested in our board? That should be the main question.

Since: Jul 08

Baltimore

#15 Oct 2, 2008
Ravens Suck wrote:
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LOL, still concerned more about what the Steelers are gonna do. You better be worried about your own garbage team first buddy. And by the way, idiot, the game is Sunday night.
Still a little bit bitter about that crushing loss in the playoffs to them huh champ? It's funny how you tell a Ravens' fan that they're still concerned about what the Steelers are doing, when you're the one in a Ravens' forum topic.
hank

Barnesville, OH

#16 Oct 2, 2008
Ravens Suck wrote:
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LOL, still concerned more about what the Steelers are gonna do. You better be worried about your own garbage team first buddy. And by the way, idiot, the game is Sunday night.
I am more worried about our team. I hope you precious sh#tsburg
squealers lose so you can dump in your hat.You got lucky since Cam decided to play not to lose with 1:40 in the 4th.The result may different if we had chose to play to win.
Motorhead Fan

Richmond, VA

#17 Oct 2, 2008
Look, Steelers fans should suck all the life they can out of this past Monday Night's victory against the Ravens. It will be their last victory against the Ravens for a very, very, very long time!
Joe Mess East BMore

Columbia, MD

#18 Oct 2, 2008
Not one of the above quoted idiots have ever played a down in the NFL. Who gives a rats ass about what they think. Let's bust the Titan's ass and then go home to watch the Squeelers get their asses kicked. Sounds like a great day to me!!
Fish Stix

AOL

#19 Oct 2, 2008
Budafinguz wrote:
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Still a little bit bitter about that crushing loss in the playoffs to them huh champ? It's funny how you tell a Ravens' fan that they're still concerned about what the Steelers are doing, when you're the one in a Ravens' forum topic.
Buttfingers played high school football, he knows more about the game than anyone.....roflmao!

Since: Jul 08

Baltimore

#20 Oct 2, 2008
Fish Stix wrote:
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Buttfingers played high school football, he knows more about the game than anyone.....roflmao!
Such ignorance. He asked if i had played organized football. I answered. I never said that my experience playing football gave me anymore knowledge than those of you who haven't. Next time read the comment, instead of admiring the big 4 letter words, kid. Carry on...weirdo.

Since: Jul 08

Baltimore

#21 Oct 2, 2008
Fish Stix wrote:
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Buttfingers played high school football, he knows more about the game than anyone.....roflmao!
....And what's with the "roflmao"?? Are you in middle school? Did mommy and daddy buy you a computer for your birthday, kiddo?

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