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    Twitter update by Michael Fabino....

    Not sure what the injury is.. Will post the link soon...

    With him out, Ravens can't beat to beat steelers or Pats... is it safe to say PIT AND NE are meeting in AFCCG ? :)
     
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    Torrey Smith has been playing well for them, he's a genuine deep threat.
     
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    Re: OT: Raven's Boldin out for regular season

    you're a deep threat only if you're catching the ball consistently downfield instead of dropping it wide open...
     
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    The tweet says "regular season". He may be back for the playoffs. I changed your thread title.
     
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    Re: OT: Raven's Boldin out for regular season

    His 17.9 average and 7 TDs gives defenses something to think about.
     
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    Question

    If the Texan's win out are they assured a First Round Bye? Wouldn't mind Pitt and Bal being the Third and Sixth Seeds, that could really improve our Chnaces...playing two games to get to the SB is still better than playing Three...things happen.
     
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    Re: Question

    No. According to playoffstatus.com, if the Pats and Ratbirds win out, then Houston cannot get a first-round bye; every other elimination scenario, though, requires at least one Texans loss.

    Case 19
    Patriots beat the Dolphins, and
    Ravens beat the Browns, and
    Patriots beat the Bills, and
    Ravens beat the Bengals
     
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    Re: Question

    Are you sure the Texans would get the bye over the Ravens? I thought the Ravens hold the tiebreaker due to them beating the Texans head to head. Now if the Steelers some how wins the north & houston wins out,the bye goes to the Texans. I think.
     
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    Re: Question

    Ravens can't figure out how to use Boldin properly anyway. He's a middle of the field, possession guy.
     
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    Re: Question

    Texans could win out...Ravens possibly 1-1 in their next two...they are horrible on the Road @ Cinci to close.
     
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    Boldin doesn't worry me...he has a streaky QB throwing to him..now if he has say a TB or AR...he would be doing much better
     
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    This could change the playoff field because that Ravens @ the Bengals game is going to be a win and you're in probably for the Bengals. It will be tough for Balt to win that game without him.
     
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    A cinci win helps make Jets post season odds more difficult
     
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    Yep, it would also bump Houston to the #2 seed, Pittsburgh to the #3 seed, and Baltimore to the #5 seed. (If Houston/Pitt were to win out and Balt lose to bengals)
     
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