ravens don't lose to bad teams at home ...........
Are you stalking me? Dude get over yourself. I am not the one that had a hissy fit because the Ravens didn't sign Jason Brown and decided to o on a 3 year tirade to prove I am right.
You're a jerk and everyone who used to post on this board knows it.
As for all the name calling since the mods won't do a thing about it I guess I will have to take things into my own hands.
As to the forecasting part the 20 posters left on this board appear to be predicting doom and gloom. Also to call the Ravens inconsistent is not accurate. If they had wild ups and downs as a team then you may have a point but they are consistent in terms of overall performance and results. You don't get to be one of the most successful franchises in the last 12 years being inconsistent. Now if you said certain parts of the Ravens (ie the offense) are in consistent then you'd have a valid point.
Let me know the next time you go to the game and I meet up with you and your buddies.
I sit in section 119 and would love to meet you and swap pun.....er stories with you good buddy.
You didn't like it so you tried to shut me up. You are correct in that the Steelers have won titles but the Ravens have been right there with them if not for a break or two. The difference is marginal at best.
I don't wish to argue with you. Unlike OFC who is some twisted up dude you were always ok on this board and garnered respect.
Oakland is a tough team to predict. They play well at times, and terrible at other times. Ravens have won 14 straight at home, and while that streak is going to being broken, I don't see it happening Sunday. I like the game to be an over game. I think Carson Palmer will have a good game because of the Raven's total lack of pass rush and a secondary without their best player. But the difference is that while Joe Flacco may look like a rookie at times on the road, he looks like Dan Marino and John Unitas when they play at home. The offense will come through and the Ravens should win at home. I don't see any way that Pittsburgh loses against KC. Pittsburgh has turned in some bad performances on the road against lesser teams, but they seem to be clicking fairly well now and with the Ravens in sight, and a game at Pitt against them next week, this is not one they can afford to drop. KC is in total disarray. They are starting Cassell who was benched for Quinn, and only because Quinn is still suffering concussion effects. KC has not led in regulation of any of their games. I see no way Pittsburgh drops this game knowing that they get the Ravens in Pittsburgh next Sunday and can gain the upper hand in the division if they win both.
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