Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by pats1, Nov 22, 2009.
Might as well start this...
Part of me feels that if Ravens can be very physical and play rough, there is the potential for an upset.
Tough day for Flacco.
If the game gets close, let's play "how many major calls go the Colts' way".
But yes, there's potential for the Ravens to win for sure.
Its a home game for the Ravens so anything is possible.
The loss of Suggs is big for the Ravens today, but I will be rooting for them,
The lesser Brady took care of him monday. Long pass to Garcon.
If the Colts win this game, it will be their 19th straight regular season victory, passing the 2003-04 Pats (18) as the second all-time behind the 2006-08 Pats (21).
The Pats still hold the regular season and playoffs streak with 21 straight (2003-04).
Reed really bite on that fake. Manning is so good at deception.
Could be a long day for Baltimore.
That was a nice catch.
Man, what a breakdown. How could they get confused on who picks up Clark?
Well its early, but I really hope the Ravens win, so we can end undefeated talk.. We had our chance to end it last week..
I have to admit the Colts really are willing to stick to that running game, no matter how awful it is. It doesn't give them much in terms of yards, but sets up the play action. I think the Pats get away from the run for too long at times.
I don't think Deirdorf can make it anymore obvious of who he is rooting for.
Fumble (?) by the Ravens. Challenge by Harbaugh.
Oh there's a surprise. Knee on the ground, ball comes out, and they call it a fumble.
Flacco and Rice are key to victory today.
Flacco looks like he brought his A game today. He is on target.
FG against colts =loss
That and the route combinations that team runs, I swear, anybody would succeed as a Colts pass catcher. On the touchdown, yes, Clark make a fantastic catch, but did you see both the Ravens defenders squat on the quick loop slant route Wayne ran?
God I wish the Dolphins had a guy that could command that kind of repect. Lol.
Nice pick there.
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