That idiot Cam would've kept on with his approach regardless of what other input was available to him. A good leader looks for input from his troops.
- Harbaugh went into the Offense's meeting at half time and said it was the AFC Championship and [you] don't win by hoping...
- Caldwell went to Joe...
- Joe went to Caldwell...
Regardless, the TEAM came out of the halftime break and put a serious beat-down on the Patsies in the 2nd half.
1. Seldom is the game won in the first half...regardless of the score (to whit, the Cardinals game last year.).
2. Early on, both teams feel each other out to determine what will work.
3. The team that makes the better adjustments will more likely win...and did so!
At the half, it was only 13-7, and I theorize that the Ravens had developed the feeling that they could handle NE's offense. The solution was to put the team on Flacco's shoulders.
If Caldwell learns that, and adjusts, things should go very well for the Ravens offense. So let's hope it goes that way, shall we?
Note the word "IF", and the fact that I ended it on a positive note. It's the KEY to reading AND comprehension. The very fact that I used the word IF shows I'm more than willing to give him a chance. So next time, pay more careful attention to what I actually said, then we can avoid these sorts of unpleasantries in the future.
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