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Old 10-14-2012, 07:52 PM   #76
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As much as I hate the Giants, I love the fact that they kicked the 49ers ass! Next week they will be suffering from being over confident and drained from the emotional week getting ready for the 49ers game.
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I think we have a damn good shot matching up against the Giants. They've been inconsistent as hell this year and provided we can keep up our scoring pace, we can take that one.
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As much as I hate the Giants, I love the fact that they kicked the 49ers ass! Next week they will be suffering from being over confident and drained from the emotional week getting ready for the 49ers game.
Last thing we need is a Giants team with a "us against the world" attitude.
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Ravens may have lost ray lewis and webb for the season! Bummer.
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Ravens may have lost ray lewis and webb for the season! Bummer.
That'd be the equivalent of us losing Fletch, and Josh Wilson, give or take. I don't want to imagine what our defense would look like then. Sucks for them.
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That'd be the equivalent of us losing Fletch, and Josh Wilson, give or take. I don't want to imagine what our defense would look like then. Sucks for them.
Webb is way better than Wilson, but yes they would be in big trouble
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Surprised the Giants beat up the 49ers.
Now we got them next week so now we'll see how pissed they are from us beating them 2 times last year. They are riding a high wave right now after beating SF
They can be pissed off to losing to the skins twice last year, but the skins will be out for blood getting penalized for $36 million due to Mara.
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They can be pissed off to losing to the skins twice last year, but the skins will be out for blood getting penalized for $36 million due to Mara.
And for ol dude saying Bob Griffin is overhyped
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Mara wasn't THE MAIN reason we got penalized. He, along with a MAJORITY of owners in the league voted that we get penalized. He came out to speak since he is one of the head owners in the league and he and Kraft were 2 of the couple of owners that would speak 'for the owners' during the lockout. Whether he was speaking from his opinion or other owners opinions or both, he wasn't the guy, the reason, we got docked all that money. Sure he said "They could (or should) of lost draft picks for what they did" but again, we didn't, it was his opinion, and it may have been the opinion of the league.
Mara seemed to go out of his way to talk about it in media to the point of almost costing the league the labor peace the NFL and NFLPA had hammered out after the lock out. So f*ck him.
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Webb is way better than Wilson, but yes they would be in big trouble
Hence why I said give or take. Either way, it's a huge loss for the Ravens. I just don't see them being the same after this.
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Mara wasn't THE MAIN reason we got penalized. He, along with a MAJORITY of owners in the league voted that we get penalized. He came out to speak since he is one of the head owners in the league and he and Kraft were 2 of the couple of owners that would speak 'for the owners' during the lockout. Whether he was speaking from his opinion or other owners opinions or both, he wasn't the guy, the reason, we got docked all that money. Sure he said "They could (or should) of lost draft picks for what they did" but again, we didn't, it was his opinion, and it may have been the opinion of the league.
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"Let’s start with “the NFL’s recent agreement with the NFL Players Association.” Exactly who in the NFL and in the Players Association agreed to this is unclear. We know that the full ownership of the NFL did not take a vote on it. It has been reported that the NFL Executive Committee, headed by Giants owner John Mara, a prime beneficiary of the penalties against Dallas and Washington, negotiated the sanctions with the union. But Jerry Jones is a member of that committee and he knew nothing about it.

So it appears that part of a committee made up of part of the NFL owners can change the CBA. And that committee is chaired by Mara, someone who clearly should recuse himself from any decision that would severely penalize two other teams in his division. "

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“I thought the penalties imposed were proper,” Mara said. “What they did was in violation of the spirit of the salary cap. They attempted to take advantage of a one-year loophole, and quite frankly, I think they’re lucky they didn’t lose draft picks. . . . They attempted to take advantage of it knowing full well there would be consequences.”

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I understand the players union head signed off on the "penalty". I still don't understand why the owners weren't busted for collusion on this issue.

F Mara. Only reason he has Jerry Reese and the Giants is that he inherited them from daddy. Then he pulls the "spirit of the salary cap" crap in an uncapped year? Typical example of a guy who thinks he can do what he wants, just because he's a member of the "lucky sperm club". (born into money)
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Hence why I said give or take. Either way, it's a huge loss for the Ravens. I just don't see them being the same after this.
The Ravens offense could easily carry the team, but for some reason they tend to get too pass happy when they really don't need to. I know they have good WRs and Torrey Smith will take the top off any defense. But it seems sometimes that they pass more than they need to.

The Ravens D is pretty solid but they are getting old. I think they will be okay, but losing Webb is huge. And Lewis is pretty much like Fletcher, a solid tackler and the heart of the defense. They can still be a playoff team, but it will depend a lot on their offense now.
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