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November 19, 2019 at 12:39 pm #56555
Patti, the Ravens will take the Rams no problem. And I hope they burn Jalen Ramsey’s ass for a couple of TDs. I just want to see a rematch of Ravens/Patriots as I think y’all will have something for them.
Casey, the Bills will easily get a wild card slot. LOL, MNF had the Jags listed as "in the hunt". What a crock. We don’t deserve to be mentioned in that category. They get paid millions to play the greatest game in the world and show no fire in the belly whatsoever. Doug Marrone needs to go as he has the energy of Eeyore in his press conferences and says the same lame stuff over and over.
Thank God I still have the Pack to cheer for. This Sunday night will be a big game against the 49ers.November 19, 2019 at 2:43 pm #56557
about the socks. This guy needs an ego adjustment.November 19, 2019 at 7:20 pm #56561November 25, 2019 at 1:51 pm #56592
The Jags are just horrible on both sides of the ball, ditto the Pack.
Casey, congrats to your Bills on another W. You have two tough games coming up with the Cowboys and the Ravens.
Patti, I’m hoping your Ravens burn Jalen Ramsey’s ass good tonight. The game against the 49ers is going to be fun to watch. I hope I’m not stuck watching the Jags because of local programming, but have a feeling they won’t show other games.November 25, 2019 at 2:41 pm #56593
I had to laugh, though, at an alert I got on my Ravens App that said he (Jaylen Ramsey) called Michael Vick, who is obviously a friend of his, to ask him for his advice on how they can stop Lamar Jackson. They did not print Vick’s response, but that tells me they are already giving more than just a little thought about this season’s Ravens. LOL!
Unfortunate that the 49ers put a hurtin’ on the Pack. I could not help but feel bad for Aaron. Their D simply cold not control the 49ers O; but, it has to be said, they have fantastic Defense to go with that great Offense, but our D is improving with each game now, so I’m hoping they will put the stop sign up on them tonight and our O will provide Lamar with the protection he will obviously need in order to find the holes and/or the receivers he so beautifully seems to find.
And Casey, reat game for the Bills yesterday, and so glad to see John Brown becoming what I always knew he was, and that is a terrific receiver with great hands. Looks like he is also becoming one of Josh Allen’s favorites to boot!November 25, 2019 at 3:37 pm #56594
as they could do nothing – had to be the worst AR performance. 49rs really have it going on this season. The Bills had their best game yet and Allen is looking more comfortable in his role. But they have the 3rd toughest schedule remaining so crossing my fingers for the playoffs.November 26, 2019 at 2:58 pm #56596
Whoa Patti, your team is just continuing its dynamo progress. Is there anyone who can beat them? I’m seeing a Ravs/49rs super bowl – wouldn’t that be a treat!November 26, 2019 at 4:40 pm #56598
and get more impressive each week. Lamar is outstanding, but he does make me nervous with some of the chances he takes….sometimes I even have to close my eyes during one of his spectacular runs until I think it’s over, just to make sure he gets up! LOL! I do love the fact that either he or Harbs or someone above keeps him safe for now, and pulling him in the 4th quarter when we have a substantial lead is the best medicine for preserving his health until the next game. I honestly think this kid believes he can’t be hurt, so please, whoever is watching over him, continue to protect this amazingly talented young man.
I don’t know how many records Lamar has set or broke so far, but he is on his way. Now all I hear are chants of "MVP" as soon as he walks out of the tunnel, no matter who we’re playing. It happened again last night. Either we had a lot of Baltimore fans at the game, or tons of Vegas fans all rooting for the Ravens, since more money comes in on the Ravens than most teams in Las Vegas, especially when we’re playing a popular winning competitor fighting for their chance to make the playoffs. Looks like they made a bundle last night!
Ramsey and Peters almost got into a scuffle at the end of the game, and I don’t know how many people saw it, but when we were walking off after the win, these two were going at it, and all I can bet is that Ramsey was just a bit jealous of the Ravens getting Marc Peters from the Rams. Thankfully, no hands laid on one another, but definitely some friction came out between them which if anyone could read lips would certainly have to admit that the word "congratulations" was not in Ramsey’s vocabulary on Monday Night Football. LOL!
Once again, the Ravens were ready and well prepared. Offense put on a show, Defense broke the Rams down, and Special Teams just might be the best there is right now, with Marc Peters picking up another intercaption! I honestly feel, we may not be "the best" in the NFL this season, but we are definitely in the top five. Our coaches have to be proud of the way they built this Offense "around" our QB, and it has paid off big time!
Charm City is still partying today, and already filing away last night’s win to be picked apart by the sports media while we just sit back, smiling, and loving our Ravens! Now we are definitely ready, willing and able to welcome the 49ers into "Our House" on December 1st! God willing, everyone is heallthy and ready to play!
Sorry but I got carried away with this long and praise worthy comment!November 26, 2019 at 5:59 pm #56599
I made it through a couple of series with RG3 then started watching a couple of things I had recorded earlier in the evening. I was cheering for the Ravens the entire game. What’s so amazing is Lamar isn’t getting rushing yards because of no receivers being open, but rather via designed running plays for him. And they are running it right at the heart of the opponent’s D-line.
I may have to go to a sports bar to watch the Ravens play SF. That is going to be one dilly of a game.
Ramsey was useless last night and I couldn’t have been happier. I’m sure that’s what led to the jawing after the game.
Right now I’m predicting a Super Bowl appearance for y’all this year. The Patriots’ offense can’t match yours and your D is too stout.November 29, 2019 at 12:25 am #56613
The Bills are really whooping up on the Cowboys. If Jason Garrett is with the team next year it will be a miracle.November 29, 2019 at 3:24 pm #56614
WNY is ecstatic today! I expected the Cowboys to come out flying, given the loss to the Pats and Jerry Jones letting his team have it. Dallas was the top offensive producer in the league with such talented key players. QB Josh Allen has improved so much after being so criticized his first year and our defense was a monster.
That was so much fun – and having a delicious thanksgiving meal to boot!
Unless Dallas finishes with a flourish I cannot see Jason Garrett at the helm next season. A very nice man but I never respected his coaching – I think he’s weak.November 29, 2019 at 9:07 pm #56615
The Bills are going to be a force to be reckoned with, at least for those of us in the running this season. Josh Allen is really coming into his game, and I agree with you, powerpaws, Garret’s job is questionable at best. The Cowboys owner did not looked pleased, and he does not like to see what has been happening with his team. In any case, Casey, after this Sunday (12/1) and what will hopefully be a win for the Ravens, I am really looking forward to the following week (12/ when our teams (the Bills and the Ravens) match up. No sense in saying "good luck" to each other, right, since we both know who we will be rooting for (LOL), so I’ll just say I’m looking forward to a great match-up between the Bills and the Ravens. I will say it’s going to be a real treat watching two extremely talented teams with two of this seasons up and coming star QBs showing us their skills. Some great football coming up for December!November 29, 2019 at 11:29 pm #56616
…wish for a game without questionable calls and where the outcome is decided on the field rather than in the replay booth.November 30, 2019 at 2:51 pm #56617
unfortunately, until the NFL sets some standards or guidelines for referees, improper penalties because of a refs calls, which cannot in many cases be challenged, will not change. It is a major bruise against some of the decisions made in football. I think there will be an overview of some of this seasons rule changes, such as what designates pass interference, whether it be offensive or defensive. The NFL has given the referees a little too much power on some calls in many of those situations, because even if it is challenged, it usually stands with the referee’s call on the field. We’ve all seen even some of the blatent ones get denied. So, I hope it’s something that the NFL will seriously look at for next year, especially with pass interference and also the helmut to helmut and hands to the face rules.November 30, 2019 at 3:13 pm #56618
to this Sunday’s super matchup and I hope it lives up to the promise!
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