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#1 Howabouttemboys

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 05:04 PM

Not only do the Ravens have an NFL best 13 game winning streak at home, they have never lost to the Cowboys. This Dallas Cowboys team needs offense to show up or Ravens will extend both streaks.

This is the MOST important game in any of these players lives. Or at least it should be. They need a statement game to show emotional play fighting for each other and cleaning up their act.

If they lose this game confidence will wain and another season explaining why O-line destroys our chances to make playoffs. You guys on the line better remember in football them guys beside you are your brethern.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 05:14 PM

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 05:31 PM

Dallas offensive woes continue.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 06:52 PM

A statement game would be great, but they just need to win any way they can. If they go in there and beat the Ravens 3-2, believe me, they will walk away from that thinking it was a statement game. If they win 50-49 they will think thats a statement game too. To the players and coaches, if you have more points thats all that matters...no matter how you got it. You can be getting beat for 59min and if you score and win in the last they say "we never gave up..we did it on their field..we overcame adversity". Regardless of how crappy they play...a win is a win is a win...and they always take the positive from that and turn it into a "statement" if you will. Like the Cowboys vs Tampa. Played like crap. Made all kinds of mistakes. Found a way to win in the end.

Statement: We battled for 60min. We never got down on ourselves. Kept playing hard. We did what we had to do to win and its a testament to the will and resolve of this team.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 06:56 PM

It's the latest biggest game of the season (that's how you tell you have a mediocre team, all the games seem to be must wins). I do think the Ravens are beatable and the Cowboys D is good enough to keep the opponents score low.

If Romo and Co. can't maintain some ball control and eliminate the turnovers, the Cowboys won't have much of a shot.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 06:58 PM

Can't yet say for sure if this is a big game.

I don't know if we lost or not.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 07:39 PM

I agree this is a big game....it sets us up for the 5 game stretch (4 on the road) against some of the best teams in the NFL....we need to find a way to get it done.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:16 PM

It is the biggest game for the Cowboys this week. Next week will be the biggest game for the Cowboys next week.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:39 PM

It's the latest biggest game of the season (that's how you tell you have a mediocre team, all the games seem to be must wins). I do think the Ravens are beatable and the Cowboys D is good enough to keep the opponents score low.

If Romo and Co. can't maintain some ball control and eliminate the turnovers, the Cowboys won't have much of a shot.


The Ravens Office could only muster 9 points against the Chiefs. Our Defense could do the same, as long as we press and cover their receivers like KC did. The run game is where baltimore will beat us. Just like our lack of one will aid in a loss. If we can get ours going and stop theirs, we will win this game.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:43 PM

Standings wise, its not that big of a game. It would a different matter if were a division opponent.

However, with the way the team has been playing, they have no choice but to make this a big game, or a statement game. They need to make a statement that they're not dead yet; that they still have some signs of life left in them. We'll just have and wait and see who shows up to play and who doesn't.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:44 PM

Dallas offensive woes continue.



You know that's right but give them some credit we're playing the ravens!! lol

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:46 PM

Every game is big for the cowboys, their will be another game this season that you'll hear this same thing

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:55 PM

The Ravens Office could only muster 9 points against the Chiefs.


You never know what Flacco you're going to get. They also put up 44 against the Bengals and 31 against the Pats.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:58 PM

The Ravens Office could only muster 9 points against the Chiefs. Our Defense could do the same, as long as we press and cover their receivers like KC did. The run game is where baltimore will beat us. Just like our lack of one will aid in a loss. If we can get ours going and stop theirs, we will win this game.


Nice try, but that's no plausible analogy...

Ravens play down to their competition.

At home, against the Cowboys, they will try to kill us....THEY will be trying to make a statement.

Don't think they're going to come out flat against us at home. Not going to happen.

Just hope we play well enough to be in the game at halftime. I'm worried that the size of the moment will overwhelm our young guys, and then Romo will be trying to call audibles at the LOS in all that noise (plenty of false starts!), and next thing you know, it's 3rd and long.

Romo will try to be a hero, and turnover the ball.

If we get behind early, don't think we're coming back. That crowd will totally disrupt our simplistic, audible-based passing game....and we won't stand a chance if we get down by 14 or more. Flood gates will then be open.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:58 PM

This game, if they lose, could be the one that sends them reeling. I don't think this offense has much confidence in the OC, QB or each other. In just one quarter of the season we've seen too many mental errors, poor throws, poor blocking, dropped passes and questionable play calling.

The Ravens are looking to get balanced and they'll try that against us. They're coming off a bad win and playing at home. This is as good a test as we could get.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:07 PM

it is a big game, either we be 3-2 or 2-3 going into the next game.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:45 PM

Nice try, but that's no plausible analogy...

Ravens play down to their competition.

At home, against the Cowboys, they will try to kill us....THEY will be trying to make a statement.

Don't think they're going to come out flat against us at home. Not going to happen.

Just hope we play well enough to be in the game at halftime. I'm worried that the size of the moment will overwhelm our young guys, and then Romo will be trying to call audibles at the LOS in all that noise (plenty of false starts!), and next thing you know, it's 3rd and long.

Romo will try to be a hero, and turnover the ball.

If we get behind early, don't think we're coming back. That crowd will totally disrupt our simplistic, audible-based passing game....and we won't stand a chance if we get down by 14 or more. Flood gates will then be open.


Ravens are notorious for playing to level of sub 500 teams.They are a vastly different team at home obviously with that 13 game winning streak.They use homefield advantage even better than the Seahags
Will be pleasantly surprised if Boys somehow pull off a win,but I wouldn't bet the house on it.No indication to suggest Free,Bernadeau and Vickers will find magic blocking powder to injest before the game
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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:47 PM

Ravens are notorious for playing to level of sub 500 teams.They are a vastly different team at home obviously with that 13 game winning streak.They use homefield advantage even better than the Seahags
Will be pleasantly surprised if Boys somehow pull off a win,but I wouldn't bet the house on it.No indication to suggest Free,Bernadeau and Vickers will find magic blocking powder to injest before the game



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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:56 PM

Not only do the Ravens have an NFL best 13 game winning streak at home, they have never lost to the Cowboys. This Dallas Cowboys team needs offense to show up or Ravens will extend both streaks.

This is the MOST important game in any of these players lives. Or at least it should be. They need a statement game to show emotional play fighting for each other and cleaning up their act.

If they lose this game confidence will wain and another season explaining why O-line destroys our chances to make playoffs. You guys on the line better remember in football them guys beside you are your brethern.

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Point of contention. The Ravens used to be the Browns, and we did beat them several times. I don't buy into the NFL's memory hole concerning that. The new Browns should not get the history and stats of a team that still exists in another city. It would be like the Texans claiming the stats and history of the Oilers. It makes no sense other than to placate Browns fans.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:58 PM

Ravens are notorious for playing to level of sub 500 teams.They are a vastly different team at home obviously with that 13 game winning streak.They use homefield advantage even better than the Seahags
Will be pleasantly surprised if Boys somehow pull off a win,but I wouldn't bet the house on it.No indication to suggest Free,Bernadeau and Vickers will find magic blocking powder to injest before the game


I live here in the Baltimore area. These fans are rabid and raucous. And like most cities, they HATE the Cowboys, just 'cause.

That stadium is LOUD (not audible-friendly at all).

And Ray Lewis and Ed Reed are football smart (will win most chess matches). You're rarely going to "fool" them.

So, basically, we need to outcoach the Ravens, because left to the players, I don't think we can outplay them for 60 minutes in Baltimore.

And when was the last time Garrett and Ryan outcoached anybody, especially in a big game??????

(and just because we beat the Giants in week 1 doesn't mean we outcoached them, we just outplayed them - and they stunk it up with lots of silly mistakes, more mistakes than us)