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Old 01-21-2013   #49
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Default Re: After watching the games today...

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Originally Posted by hradhak View Post
I think the Ravens offense was just more aggressive with the playcalls. They were throwing it down field. Their Red Zone plays were throws up high and they let the skill players make plays.
Their OL handled their business, which allowed them to do things we couldn't do. Going into the 4th qtr, they said Flacco only threw the ball beyound 20 yards 3 times.

The Ravens ran it on first down, they ran it up the middle, & they stayed on schedule.

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Originally Posted by hradhak View Post
Our offense doesn't ask our skill players to make plays. We rely on tricking the opponent. That works against bad defenses, but well coached teams can adjust. Ultimately, our offense needs to get more creative, and our defense needs to shut down elite offenses.
short answer; I think this is way off.
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