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Ravens do nothing with the ball backed up at their one.  Horrible play calling.  I can't believe they are going to lose this game against an undrafted QB.  Just unreal.   The wheels are going to start falling off the cart after this game.  

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2 minutes ago, SouthRider said:

Ravens do nothing with the ball backed up at their one.  Horrible play calling.  I can't believe they are going to lose this game against an undrafted QB.  Just unreal.   The wheels are going to start falling off the cart after this game.  

Hopefully it gets Harbaugh and the entire Coaching staff fired.

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2 minutes ago, Satyr3206 said:

Here comes a Pitt score and another loss. I have no faith in the Ravens offense right now. The defense either for that matter.

Jackson can't move this offense under pressure. What we've seen is when he's pressured, he struggles. We also know our WR suck, like suck bad. 

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Just now, Tony-OH said:

That is a ridiculous roughing the passer. I'm just thinking these guys are more incompetent than corrupt.

lol It's a little crazy how bad that call is.  He hit him around the waste.  What else is he supposed to do there to not get a flag?

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Just now, SouthRider said:

Ten more yards and Tucker can tie it up.  I don't really feel like OT.  I'm pretty much done with this garbage team.  

I was thinking the same thing.

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3 minutes ago, SouthRider said:

Ten more yards and Tucker can tie it up.  I don't really feel like OT.  I'm pretty much done with this garbage team.  

Not feeling OT at all either. If Steelers get the ball I could see them going down for a TD and winning it. Best chance we have is some how getting a stop and then getting close enough for a Tucker FG to win.

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