Burden of proof

Nov 11, 2008 Read more: Baltimore Sun 79
Averaging 33 1/2 points in their past four games - the most in the NFL during that span - the Ravens have shown they can be a potent offense. Read more
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phish

Baltimore, MD

#1 Nov 11, 2008
I can't wait for Sunday, I believe we knocked Eli out of the game the last time we saw him? Kurt Warner had to finish? Give props to the Giants they are the Champs and a Good team,---------But, I don't believe that they are ready for us.It's one thing to hear about it, it's another thing to see it on film, But it is a totally different thing to experience in person!!! We just shut down one of the best receivers int the NFL Sunday! As a Ravens Fan, I AM drinking the Kool-Aid! I Love This Stuff! Been sayin' it, and will continue to say it, This is a 10-6 team!

!!!!!!!!!!GO RAVENS!!!!!!!!!!
Bob S

Oakland, CA

#2 Nov 11, 2008
We should come in loose. No one expects us to beat the Giants in NJ.
Donta

Baltimore, MD

#3 Nov 11, 2008
The poll that you have the results are ridulious the Vinny offenses(96-97) with Derrick Alexander and Micheal Jackson at WR was better than this current offense but this Is the best we have had since 1998.
J Ho

Boston, MA

#4 Nov 11, 2008
the ravens have developed an identity on offense for the first time. I got into a debate with another Ravens fan about whether we should forgo the run against a tuff Giants run defense. I believe that a team has to play to its strengths and one of most dominate things going for them right now is the run and short pass combination. our running game could open up a lot of options, I think the key is to spread the ball out side the front 7 box, as up the gut maybe tuff sledding. Our three headed monster could have a good day keeping that defense honest and off of Flacco. I appreciate the point that teams must game plan but maintaing an identity through dictation is what a competitive team must do. the Suggs package also has got to be confusing for the opposing defense and sucks up defenders. I think this is a good game for the increasing innovation seen with the Cameron offense. It has been great to see the involvement of all the ravens offensive weapons, that's right weapons.
DirkWiggler

Washington, DC

#5 Nov 11, 2008
The only thing that CANNOT happen is that we lose our cool or self destruct.

No more stupid penalties or throwing the refs flags - this seems like a perfect game for them to revert to that if it gets rough in there.

As long as they play like Ravens (Harbaugh's Ravens 3.0), then whatever happens this game will be fine.

We have been watching this team for 11 years now, and games like these have changed our season for the very good, and for the very bad.

Like a reverse trap game.

I love their attitude, though this year - need to keep that up!!

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#6 Nov 11, 2008
Welcome to the big time..... Giants are on a roll and will impose there will on your O line. It will be a good game first half but the Giants will pull away in the second. And PHISH I have no idea what happened in your game against us in 2004 or what that has to do with 2008. I,m thinking a score somthing like
Giants 30 Ravens 17....
Joe the Pharmacist

Hyattsville, MD

#7 Nov 11, 2008
This offense is exciting. Kudos to the coaching staff and players. Their success makes our previous offensive genius look clueless. I wonder if Billick will ever get another head coaching or offensive coordinator position.
Dumb Idea Detector

United States

#8 Nov 11, 2008
A good read. Expect to hear Jamison's words recited again and again this week, by the national media pundits, as they are finally forced to study up on the Ravens.
Henry

Providence, RI

#9 Nov 11, 2008
Donta wrote:
The poll that you have the results are ridulious the Vinny offenses(96-97) with Derrick Alexander and Micheal Jackson at WR was better than this current offense but this Is the best we have had since 1998.
I would say that is debatable, because tghe Ravens had to throw during that time. They had no premier RB to carry the load. I thought about those years also, but I really like this team a lot better.
JohnnyU

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#10 Nov 11, 2008
seerciraisnext wrote:
Welcome to the big time..... Giants are on a roll and will impose there will on your O line. It will be a good game first half but the Giants will pull away in the second. And PHISH I have no idea what happened in your game against us in 2004 or what that has to do with 2008. I,m thinking a score somthing like
Giants 30 Ravens 17....
I like this matchup the best run defense against the best rush
offense.
Henry

Providence, RI

#11 Nov 11, 2008
seerciraisnext wrote:
Welcome to the big time..... Giants are on a roll and will impose there will on your O line. It will be a good game first half but the Giants will pull away in the second. And PHISH I have no idea what happened in your game against us in 2004 or what that has to do with 2008. I,m thinking a score somthing like
Giants 30 Ravens 17....
You are right. That game means nothing today. Your team has changed and so has our Ravens. BUt I also think you are in for a big surprise. I see this game being close to the. end. Ravens, 24-21
reggie

Baltimore, MD

#12 Nov 11, 2008
I love this offense kudos to cam for his play calling the three headed monster and flacco but the ol is what makes it all work.
Rich

Marion, IA

#13 Nov 11, 2008
Donta wrote:
The poll that you have the results are ridulious the Vinny offenses(96-97) with Derrick Alexander and Micheal Jackson at WR was better than this current offense but this Is the best we have had since 1998.
You gotta be kidding. Yeah Vinny and co. did beat the Indy Kolts the first time they played in Baltimore. But that's all they did, and quite frankly that was enough back then. Now our feet are firmly planted (we are the Baltimore Ravens and everyone knows it) and we are headed in a positive direction of good hard nosed, tough, intergerity laced football. Not since the Baltimore Colts have we been in such a position. Go Ravens!
Jon

Germantown, MD

#14 Nov 11, 2008
The salad days are over. The next two games are going to be all up hill. Still if the defensive line and linebackers can put pressure on their quarterbacks that should help the secondary. Except for the offensive line we have a lot of depth in running backs and quarterbacks and that should keep are heads above water. This is still a rebuilding year so I plan to keep my expectations in check over the next seven weeks.

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#15 Nov 11, 2008
I love games like this !! Just lace em up and go for it !! I look for the Giants to stick to the Run (No big surprise)and Pound pound pound ! Ravens must try and throw down-field a lot to try and Loosen up our D a little bit. The Giants D have shown to be susceptible to the Big play when they over commit to rushing the passer... Gonna be a good one !

“Ravens/Orioles fan in Jax Fla”

Since: Sep 07

Glen Burnie,Md(Jax Fla now)

#16 Nov 11, 2008
I just hope that they can win 3 of their remainig games its' going to be tough.
dave

Edgemont, PA

#17 Nov 11, 2008
well i assure everyone the giants nor the eagles will score 30 points in these games coming up. we will win 3 out of 4 from the nfc east 11-5 baby here we come!!!!!!!!
Randy

Baltimore, MD

#18 Nov 11, 2008
seerciraisnext wrote:
I love games like this !! Just lace em up and go for it !! I look for the Giants to stick to the Run (No big surprise)and Pound pound pound ! Ravens must try and throw down-field a lot to try and Loosen up our D a little bit. The Giants D have shown to be susceptible to the Big play when they over commit to rushing the passer... Gonna be a good one !
Yes it will be a good game but I don't think the Giants will pound the ball, I think they will come out throwing to test the secondary. First play will be a play action long pass to Burress.

Final Score
Ravens 28
Giants 17
Randy

Baltimore, MD

#19 Nov 11, 2008
ravencaws from jax fla wrote:
I just hope that they can win 3 of their remainig games its' going to be tough.
Huh? You HOPE? What team are you watching? This is the type of team that gets up on a roll (which it is) and doesn't stop for anybody. It's time to be excited and expect to win most of the remaining games, not hoping and praying. Those days are gone.

Thank God.

Since: Sep 08

Baltimore

#20 Nov 11, 2008
I like the Ravens chances...but it will be a game.

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