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Old 2013-02-03, 23:27   Link #6461
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Flacco better enjoy this, because both Jacoby Jones and Anquan Boldin are both probably going to be cap casualties this year to sign him to a new contract. A that old ass defense is going to be a year older.
I think Boldin is technically still on contract, so he'd either be a keep, cut, or restructure. I was, unfortunately, anticipating a cut, but after how much of a security blanket he's been, I think they try to keep him as much as possible.
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Old 2013-02-03, 23:47   Link #6462
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So happy Baltimore won. Even though I'm a Redskins fan, I respected Baltimore during the playoffs. They were the underdogs in Denver and New England and won. I can see the older members of the team like Matt Birk and Ed Reed retiring after this win.
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Old 2013-02-03, 23:48   Link #6463
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The Bears have no O-Line and are playing in the second toughest division in the NFL, and you guys aren't exactly going to have an easy schedule.
They might actually do the unthinkable and...DRAFT AN O-LINE?!
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Old 2013-02-03, 23:48   Link #6464
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Nice to see the ravens win. So many fantastic players on that aging team that deserved it. Glad it was a very exciting game to boot.
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Old 2013-02-03, 23:52   Link #6465
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Had that feels along with the Ravens despite the salty Niner fans
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Old 2013-02-04, 00:02   Link #6466
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They might actually do the unthinkable and...DRAFT AN O-LINE?!
Nah. Why break tradition?
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Old 2013-02-04, 00:05   Link #6467
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They might actually do the unthinkable and...DRAFT AN O-LINE?!
Bears did that a couple years ago.... and not paying off...
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Old 2013-02-04, 00:05   Link #6468
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Congrats to the ravens, though as a steelers fan this really hurts
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Old 2013-02-04, 00:19   Link #6469
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Bears do need an O-Line, well since Lovey Smith is not around anymore they might just break tradition, and try it again.
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Old 2013-02-04, 00:42   Link #6470
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Haha, Joe Flacco!

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Old 2013-02-04, 00:43   Link #6471
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Bears do need an O-Line, well since Lovey Smith is not around anymore they might just break tradition, and try it again.
Well, my Raiders happen to have a nice no.3 pick in the draft, and are looking to trade for more picks and to target a certain loser linebacker that would go with the squad of losers. (Though the Rams might be a better fit for a trade down)
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Old 2013-02-04, 01:06   Link #6472
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I found some new fan made NFL logos:

http://i.imgur.com/Sn3Qs.png
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Old 2013-02-04, 01:34   Link #6473
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Congratulations to the Baltimore Ravens on their Super Bowl victory. Not really a Ravens fan, but was happy to see Ray Lewis retire as a Champion.

San Francisco 49ers, better luck nice year.
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Old 2013-02-04, 01:46   Link #6474
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Predictions on when Samari will surface and then wingdarkness appears right behind him?
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Old 2013-02-04, 02:06   Link #6475
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TV broadcasters say the ref bottled it. It should have been called pass interference on the last play.
actually Crabtree was the one who initiated it and continued to go through with it despite the incoming ball. Crabtree seemed to specifically slow down and tried to push him out of the way. If he had just run through he probably would've caught it without any issue. The fact that he did it though was what cost him the potential TD.

Otherwise despite being a Raven's fan. I have to say that the 49ers put up one hell of an attempted comeback. My heart still hasn't calmed down yet from that second half. Give kaepernick a few more years of experience and he'll become one of the great quarterbacks.
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Old 2013-02-04, 02:13   Link #6476
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Crabtree couldn't "just run through it" because the corner had his hands a hold of Crabtree's jersey at the waist, which is clear from the back angle. That's were the holding occurred since the ball was in the air at the time.

At the very least, it should have been offsetting penalties and a repeat 4th down.
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Old 2013-02-04, 02:17   Link #6477
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Crabtree couldn't "just run through it" because the corner had his hands a hold of Crabtree's jersey at the waist, which clear from the back angle. That's were the holding occurred since the ball was in the air at the time.

At the very least, it should have been offsetting penalties and a repeat 4th down.
Crabtree was holding onto him just as much as he was holding onto Crabtree.
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Old 2013-02-04, 02:18   Link #6478
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Crabtree was holding onto him just as much as he was holding onto crabtree
Which is why I said:

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At the very least, it should have been offsetting penalties and a repeat 4th down.
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Old 2013-02-04, 02:27   Link #6479
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Which is why I said:
The ball was uncatchable though NOT because of the holding but because Crabtree slowed down to engage the defender to shake him off. He tried to do s when he didn't have the time to do so. If it is uncatchable, they won't call interference.
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Old 2013-02-04, 02:34   Link #6480
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That ball was easily close enough to be deemed catchable. "Not catchable" is usually only the call when the ball sails like five yards over the target.



That's no worse than when Santonio Holmes made the game winning catch against the Cardinals years ago.
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