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Game 10: Ravens VS Texans

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Just now, ArtVanDelay said:

Judon is playing like a beast.  Ravens get lucky on a clear no call PI on 4th down but the Texans are challenging.  Has one of these been overturned yet?

Yeah, we'll see. It looked like interference but they haven't upheld many of these challenges.

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1 minute ago, Tony-OH said:

Yeah, we'll see. It looked like interference but they haven't upheld many of these challenges.

WOW, how is that NOT pass interference? lmao

This league, I swear ...

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Just ridiculous play call. A fake on a 55-yarder? Gee, you think the Texans weren't aware of that?

You have Lamar Freakin' Jackson and instead of going for it with him you try a stupid Fake FG? Awful call.

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Wow, that was the worse 1st quarter of offensive football for the Ravens this season. Seems about right that Boyle would drop an easy pass to end that half. Let's hope they can turn it up.

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3 minutes ago, Tony-OH said:

Wow, that was the worse 1st quarter of offensive football for the Ravens this season. Seems about right that Boyle would drop an easy pass to end that half. Let's hope they can turn it up.

Only six passes (with a seventh from Koch, because ... I hate you, Harbaugh) versus 7 rushes.  That secondary is terrible and they're missing Watt from their pass rush ... throw the damn ball.

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What’s it going to take to re-sign Marcus Peters?  Have to imagine that will be our top priority this offseason.
 

Looks like we’ll have almost $60MM in cap space this offseason.

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