Question is will the Ravens play DOWN to Leftwich skills or lack of or will the A team show up. This should be a easy win if the D plays well.
But Cam game plans horribly for bad teams for sure.
What does that can say on your avater. I zoomed in but cant quite read it. If it says what I think it says, is that real or made up. Pretty funny though.
Pittsburgh has the No 1 defense in the league; the Ravens have one of the worst.
Ray Rice just had a 35 yard game when the Ravens were destroying a team offensively.
How is he going to run against Pittsburgh? Or will he even get the ball?
The Ravens can't stop the run, any run.
How could the Ravens possibly win this game? A miracle?
Ray Rice will get the ball a LOT more this game. The offense will depend on Rice and Pierce running the ball. They didn't really need them to do that against Oakland.
Everybody, nationwide commentators included has been screaming for Ray Rice to get the ball and saying that the number one offensive player for the Ravens was Ray Rice, not Flacco. It doesn't look like the Ravens believe that and I wonder myself if Ray Rice's best games aren't behind him.
Most games I would agree that Rice should be getting the ball often and early. On this one I think I would open it up early and try to get a quick lead and put the pressure on Leftwich to play from behind. Of course, that is dependent upon Flacco playing like he did on Sunday and not like he has on the road most of the time this year. I would say that is on Cameron as an OC to determine what kind of game his QB is having, but most of the time he seems oblivious to that and continues to call whatever game plan is in his head.
I think the Ravens will beat the Steelers, but it won't be pretty.It will be a sloppy,ugly,mistake filled mess but in the end I think they'll pull it out.
Straight across the board, it seems like most people are picking the Ravens to win this game. Even all the Sun writers picked Baltimore. I wish I had the same kind of confidence but I know how horrible this team plays on the road and if anything, having Roethlisberger out will give Pittsburgh added incentive to beat the Ravens. I hope I'm wrong, but I still see the Steelers winning this game and then dropping the one in Baltimore.
How are the Ravens going to score? Steelers have the best defense in the league. How is Ray Rice going to run against the Steelers? Assuming he even gets the chance.
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