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  1. IllegalContact

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    how's his knee after the game on sunday?
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    I thought it was his ankle?

    Reporters said they saw him walking without a limp 20 minutes into the locker room or after the injury. I suspect he may be bit gimpy, but he's a reall player and i expect him to start.
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    Oooooh, that's not good. I'm surprised at Ed.
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    my bad, thanks
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    Ed Reed will play and play well.

    Not sure what to make of the comments as I have not heard them and do not know what the context is/was.

    What I do believe is that you do have a number of Ravens players who are not shy about speaking their mind. Lewis, Reed, Suggs, etc. even Flacco sometimes.

    Part of it might some level of frustration on Reed's part as hes been in the league 10 years, is 33 and might not be with the team next year and has yet to sniff a Super Bowl.
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    Flacco needs to complete passes to Patriots defenders and the line should allow the Patriots to dominate in the trenches. Those are my thoughts.
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    They'll say he's at 100 percent, but obviously it's a ruse.
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    Reed calling out Flacco in national media the week of a championship game is SIGNIFICANT STUFF if you ask me. Especially considering Flacco's fragile ego. Can you say, DISTRACTION?
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    If the Ravens don't win this year or next year, I'll gladly welcome him aboard for a championship run :D
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    I'm glad we have someone around who understands everything raven
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    Well hopefully this makes Flacco force some dumb passes right into the hands of our secondary.
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    Bill has such a love affair with Ed Reed. I am sure Bill will welcome with open arms. He better than any of our safeties hand down.
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    Always room for a player like Ed Reed.

    Would help DMc adjust to FS :p
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    Pure motivation tactic if you ask me. Reed knows that if Flacco plays like that on Sunday, he's not playing in the Super Bowl.

    Considering Flacco's fragile mind, dangerous tactic.
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    I don't know how it can be considered a good thing to take the ball out of Ray Rice's hands if you're a Ravens supporter. That would be brilliant for the Patriots.
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    It is a call out, no doubt. How will Flacco respond? Reed it really going all in. If Flacco plays bad, it could be the end of Flacco in Baltimore.
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    I was quite surprised to hear these comments from Ed Reed. It seems a bit out of character for him to be quite honest. Then I thought about it and the only plausible explanation is that Reed is trying to get Flacco to rise above and beyond his normal mediocre self. I could very well be wrong, and if Ed Reed made these comments solely out of frustration then I think this is a pretty big deal.
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