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Old 11-18-2012, 10:12 PM   #121
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Al never would have done what his son just did:

Raiders owner Mark Davis apologizes to fans (updated) | Raiders Silver and Black Blog | an SFGate.com blog
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:43 PM   #122
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Leftwich burns timeouts like Jason Campbell did back with us.
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Yay. Had Schaub start but was playing someone with Andre Johnson. Wtf.
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Joe flacco is so far from elite, idk how anyone would think he's great
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:54 PM   #125
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Sorry to go off topic. I just hope that the regents vote against Maryland Joining the Big 10. This is as bad as making a suggestion to move the Redskins out of the NFC East. Wallace Loh is douchebag scumbag, **** him!!!
Doesn't seem like a great match, but I think the Big 10 and SEC are rolling in money from football, right now. Would not blame an ACC school for leaving for either conference.

So if Maryland leaves, which Big East school does the ACC pick up next? lol.
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Doesn't seem like a great match, but I think the Big 10 and SEC are rolling in money from football, right now. Would not blame an ACC school for leaving for either conference.

So if Maryland leaves, which Big East school does the ACC pick up next? lol.
No more Duke, North Carolina rivalries. It would be like no skins vs cowboys rivalry, some stuff has to go above money.
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:10 PM   #127
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Discuss it in the NCAA thread or start a new one in "other sports"
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:27 PM   #128
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Flacco stinks...............
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Watching Pitts clock management and play at the end of the game makes me feel pretty good about ours.....
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Old 11-18-2012, 11:41 PM   #130
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Baltimore would be foolish to give Flacco a huge contract. He's definitely like riding a roller coaster. One game he's up....the next he's down. No way that the Ravens shouldn't have steamrolled the Steelers without Big Ben. They didn't do jack squat. Zilch. In large part due to the shitty play of Flacco.
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No way you give that guy a huge contract. No way. He is only up when Rice is running well and opening up the passing game. Dude has weapons all around him - good tight end. Torrey smith - boldin. Good oline. He opened his big mouth about being paid like a to five qb and he aint even a top 15 rite now.
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Fact is, he is the best FA QB on the market. He had one bad game, most of the season he's been consistent and good.

You put a QB like him on the FA market and he makes more money than Roethlisberger. Someone out there will over pay for a 'franchise' QB. Flacco, if he hit the market, would be the best QB to hit FA since Brees (forgot about manning, but he was cut and health was his concern.)

He'll be a Raven next year, book it.
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Haha, I wouldn't say I'm a Lover, I'm a supporter.

Thing of it is, Flacco is in that class with:

Schaub, Ryan,(maybe not this year, but for most of there careers) Dalton, Romo, Bradford, Stafford, Maybe Cutler and Luck

Those are solid QBs, guys that are slightly above game managers (maybe not Dalton). These are guys that are capable of winning you playoff games (let Romo jokes ensue) but will also do something during a game they are just not accustomed to doing (again let the Romo jokes ensue).

Oh and yes, RG3 right now, as a rookie, is better than all those guys in my opinion (maybe not Ryan)
Last couple years he has turned it around in the post season. He was atrocious the first couple of years. I used to like Flacco. Had that whole over achiever thing going on coming out of Delaware. Not sure when that all changed for me but I literally cannot stand the guy now. Lol. Rite now Flacco is the 14th rated qb in the league. I know stats can be misleading sometimes, but i personlly think he falls rite around number 14 or 15 in the league.
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RG3 is something special I tell you that, having Meriweather back is great having an actual athlete back there is a big difference hopefully he can be back 100% by thursday for cowboys that is going to be a BIG game
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So Gronk breaks his forearm towards the end of the Pats-Colts game when Darth Hoody was running up the score.

Source -- Rob Gronkowski breaks forearm in New England Patriots' win - ESPN Boston
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