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Marquis shelled as Cubs drop series to Orioles

How long are you going to hide behind THAT excuse. WAKE UP!!! YOU'VE BEEN AROUND LONG ENOUGH...yet, all we hear from your beer swilling trap is a bunch of talk about how bad everyone else is, what you're going to do and a lot of blithering waste-of-time about a "pink hat". Why? Because YOU REALLY GOT NOTHING! You're still a minor leaguer messing with the majors - A WANNABE. Your team gave up a long time ago. They're so pathetic that when they hit a home run the mascot dunks himself in a vat of beer. All the other teams celebrate when we do this (i.e. fireworks, sound effects, festive lights, etc.), but you guys use this time to drown your sorrows. And why not? You know in the end... YOU'RE NOT GOING ANYWHERE!  (Jun 27, 2008 | post #75)

Baltimore Sun

Ravens QB Flacco gets a crash course

Kyle Boller might reluctantly agree with you on that.  (Jun 22, 2008 | post #72)

Baltimore Sun

Ravens QB Flacco gets a crash course

Kyle is that you? What have we told you about stuffing the ballot box? As we discussed before, "if you're the best, prove it". Case closed!  (Jun 22, 2008 | post #71)

Baltimore Sun

Ravens QB Flacco gets a crash course

This article is about his actions. Read it again and note what the writer is reporting about his actions. If his actions do not show the level of maturity you seek then please point that out. If he says, "I'm not a morning person", and that statement is what you consider immature, then what do you say of the fact that his actions contradict that? Does his actions speak louder of his maturity than his words...and what's wrong with not being a morning person as long as the job gets done (...and done right)? Why cast this negative cloud on such a positive act?  (Jun 22, 2008 | post #70)

Baltimore Sun

Ravens QB Flacco gets a crash course

I have the same feeling about Boller, but I'm reluctant to go with it, yet one more time, in fear of setting myself up for another disappointment. The key IS the O-line. They have not proven they can consistently protect our QB. And for that reason, I lean more towards the athleticism of Troy Smith as our best option at this point. He has shown he can make the decisions and execute when the line doesn't. I can only believe with the experience from last year he'll even be better at recognizing breakdowns and escaping the pressure in these situations.  (Jun 22, 2008 | post #69)

Baltimore Sun

Ravens QB Flacco gets a crash course

I was thinking the same thing when I read that quote. Agree. There's no reason to rush him at this point. Let him observe and develop.  (Jun 22, 2008 | post #65)

Baltimore Sun

Colvin signs with Texans

Awww, Pa...! What y'all doin' wandrin' 'round heya witout ya medsin?  (Jun 17, 2008 | post #2)

Baltimore Sun

Bigger role not a stretch

Easy, now! Don't hurt yourself.  (Jun 17, 2008 | post #13)

Baltimore Sun

Bigger role not a stretch

Looks like you're getting cut, here. There's no way you should be commenting on articles you haven't read or players you have no knowledge of. EXPOSED!!!  (Jun 17, 2008 | post #12)

Baltimore Sun

Longing to break big one

Looks like D. Williams is making the most of his opportunity, now - rather than waiting to turn it on in training camp. New coaching staff, new system - time to make an imprint on fresh minds and not allow familiar ones (FO, teammates and fans) to form the wrong image of you due to a down year. He's not hiding behind past injury excuses for what happened last year, nor for cruising through this off season. Seems like a simple message: I'm here; here's what I can do; you can rely on me to do it, so let's go! Like that maturity. It's been missing from past WRs (young and vets). Also looking forward to a healthy, resurgent, M. Clayton to regain his rep as, not only a reliable receiver, but that strong YAC guy we drafted out of OK. Just hope D. Mason continues to show leadership, and doesn't revert back to that '06 whiner when the ball isn't coming to him as often.  (Jun 11, 2008 | post #48)

Baltimore Sun

Longing to break big one

Well...a lot of content in that one.  (Jun 11, 2008 | post #47)

Baltimore Sun

Longing to break big one

And miss the chance at finally reading something significant from you??? Not a chance! Come on, Champ! Teach me how to post. Show me that valuable insight.  (Jun 10, 2008 | post #44)

Baltimore Sun

Longing to break big one

Keep tryin'. First grade is waiting for you...then second grade...and third grade...and once you learn to count past three, you'll find a whole big world out there.  (Jun 8, 2008 | post #38)

Baltimore Sun

Longing to break big one

So, which made you drop your crayon, the compliment...or YOUR chance to play the race card?  (Jun 6, 2008 | post #29)

Baltimore Sun

Brown to be center of attention

Yeah, that Flacco is the savior, man...no chance without him...that Troy Smith is "still a small rookie", and Flacco has accomplished so much more. I can't even remember his rookie stats. Let's compare Flacco's game stats with the other QBs. Wow...I can't find his. It's like he didn't even have a rookie season...oh, wait a minute, HE HASN'T YET! I've heard of drinking the Koolaid, but you guys don't even wait to add the water - straight powder, man! Are you snorting it through a straw or a rolled up Joe Flacco rookie card? Don't get me wrong. I'm rooting for the kid. But, "let's face the facts", he hasn't put up any NFL game points; "let's face the facts", he hasn't moved any NFL game chains; "let's face the facts", he hasn't taken a NFL game snap; "let's face the facts", there are questions on whether he's even proven himself against the better college level talent. But you've crowned him our only hope against "another dismal season", none the less. Let him prove himself before you crown him (look at this...you got me channeling Denny Green, here). Let the kid earn it first. If you're gonna dis our guys at least have more than a pipe dream to back you. Otherwise... GET REAL!!!  (Jun 5, 2008 | post #24)