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Postby Kilroy » Thu Sep 28, 2006 11:36 pm

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moonhead wrote:bah! lt will destroy the ravens. look at what the brownies did. almost beat them. exposed them through the air. which will open up things for lt. plus he'll be getting lots of dump passes.


im not really sure that was so much of bad defense by the ravens as bad offense that made them almost lose. the browns had the ball 12 times and only managed to score twice. the defense held them pretty well except for a couple big plays that inflated fryes stats.


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Postby moonhead » Thu Sep 28, 2006 11:37 pm

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moonhead wrote:bah! lt will destroy the ravens. look at what the brownies did. almost beat them. exposed them through the air. which will open up things for lt. plus he'll be getting lots of dump passes.


im not really sure that was so much of bad defense by the ravens as bad offense that made them almost lose. the browns had the ball 12 times and only managed to score twice. the defense held them pretty well except for a couple big plays that inflated fryes stats.


i must admit i didn't see the game, but i saw the updates as they were coming in on stat tracker. and frye looked like he was doing well. i can only assume that rivers + LT = more success. not only that, but the chargers defense is much more formidable than is the brownies defense. which will likely translate into more opportunities for bolts' offense.
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Postby deluxe_247 » Thu Sep 28, 2006 11:54 pm

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moonhead wrote:bah! lt will destroy the ravens. look at what the brownies did. almost beat them. exposed them through the air. which will open up things for lt. plus he'll be getting lots of dump passes.


im not really sure that was so much of bad defense by the ravens as bad offense that made them almost lose. the browns had the ball 12 times and only managed to score twice. the defense held them pretty well except for a couple big plays that inflated fryes stats.


i must admit i didn't see the game, but i saw the updates as they were coming in on stat tracker. and frye looked like he was doing well. i can only assume that rivers + LT = more success. not only that, but the chargers defense is much more formidable than is the brownies defense. which will likely translate into more opportunities for bolts' offense.


i agree...they will do a lot better...as i already stated i thought they would beat the ravens. i just felt the need to defend them after you made them sound like they got punked last week. the offense got punked not the D :-) :-b
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Postby Jimboozie » Thu Sep 28, 2006 11:54 pm

Yes, he will top 120 but it won't be pretty. Eight men in the box for the Ravens, lots of 1 and 2 yard runs for LT. But the Bolts will feed the ball to LT all game, just to keep it out of Rivers hands.
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Postby moonhead » Fri Sep 29, 2006 12:01 am

deluxe_247 wrote:
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deluxe_247 wrote:
moonhead wrote:bah! lt will destroy the ravens. look at what the brownies did. almost beat them. exposed them through the air. which will open up things for lt. plus he'll be getting lots of dump passes.


im not really sure that was so much of bad defense by the ravens as bad offense that made them almost lose. the browns had the ball 12 times and only managed to score twice. the defense held them pretty well except for a couple big plays that inflated fryes stats.


i must admit i didn't see the game, but i saw the updates as they were coming in on stat tracker. and frye looked like he was doing well. i can only assume that rivers + LT = more success. not only that, but the chargers defense is much more formidable than is the brownies defense. which will likely translate into more opportunities for bolts' offense.


i agree...they will do a lot better...as i already stated i thought they would beat the ravens. i just felt the need to defend them after you made them sound like they got punked last week. the offense got punked not the D :-) :-b


i hear ya bro. not trying to bust your balls or anything. i think the bolts may be for real this year. they're looking like a team posessed. or maybe that's just shawn merriman. because i think he is posessed. :-D ;-D
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