The best way to defend RGlll is to keep him off the field. But since we have a coordinator that specializes in dialing up three imcomplete long bombs and 40 second long drives i wouldn't be surprised if we get absolutely smoked on sunday
As a Redskins fan my worry is the pissed off Raveans will show up and then they will lay down a world of hurt, exploiting our defensive and offensive issues. Anything short of that and I think the Redskins will win 30-19. Either way I will be watching from section 106 row 1 seats 13 and 14
This is just the kind of game the Ravens come out and play well in.
After the game the fans and media will all start talking about how their play against Batch must have been just an off day for the defense. Then a couple weeks down the road they will fail to show up again and look bad.
As a Ravens fan living in Redskin land, I'm worried more about the potential beat down in the stands if the Ravens lose, since I'm going to the game by my self. Either way, I will try to have a good time as long as possible in Section 453, Row 19, Seat 6 repping my Ravens colors.
I hate to say it but I can see the Ravens losing every remaining game this season. Hope it doesn't happen but based on the schedule, injuries, poor coaching, and lack of playmaking ability by Flacco it's possible. This team is lucky to be where they are right now.
Let the verbal beat down commence.....
The remaining 4 games will all present challenges for the Ravens because all four teams have QBs that can throw the ball, and all four have receivers that can get open. Couple that with the fact that you never know what Joe Flacco is going to show up, and an offensive coordinator who stubbornly wants the offense to be 2012's version of Air Coryell, and that could spell trouble for the Ravens in any or all of these games. But 3 TD's is unlikely. I expect a close game that will come down to the 4th quarter. If form holds true, the Ravens will give Rice a heavy dose of carries this week. Everytime Cameron has been heavily criticized for not running Rice, he has responded by running him a lot in the next game. I honestly don't know what to expect from the Ravens anymore. They squeaked by in the two games prior to Sunday with the help of a punt return TD, and an improbable 4th and 29 conversion. Sunday, the inconsistent offense and secondary lapses finally caught up with them. If nothing else, it will be entertaining to see how they handle 4 games against 4 teams all fighting for the playoffs or playoff seeding.
Here's the way I see it: The main problem with the Ravens is coaching. And IF Mike Shanahan can't outcoach John Harbaugh, then they don't deserve to win. The thing is...I don't think there's any way in hell that Mike Shanahan can't and won't outcoach John Harbaugh. 5 days and counting.
I'm going to go all Joe Namath on everyone and GUARANTEE a win this week in DC. Why? Because the Ravens are one of the most predictable teams in the NFL. I could set my watch to them. All week, Harbaugh & Co. have been bombarded with the usual Ray Rice questions and comments that routinely follow a loss where he becomes the forgotten man. And once again, Harbaugh & Co. will say to themselves, "we've GOT to get the ball into Ray's hands at least 25-30 times this week." Which he will and the Ravens will defeat the Redskins. And once again, you'll hope like hell that the light bulb will finally go off in Cam Cameron's concrete head and he'll give up this dream of Joe Flacco morphing into Tom Brady and ride Ray Rice to the promised land. Ahh..one day, Grasshopper....one day.....
42-17 Washington. Just my prediction.
Question is will RG be hurt for the rest of the season? Maybe so.
I went to Cleveland this year with about 12 of my friends and never had a problem. Actually they were pretty good, only people who made some stupid comments were the ones who were drinking too much. You have to learn to ignore that. As long as they don't touch you, its no big deal.
Last edited by baltimoreron; 12-06-2012 at 09:25 AM.
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