View Full Version : Ravens win in OT can clinch the division next Sunday...

11-25-2012, 08:04 PM
With a win over the Steelers and a Bengals loss in San Diego. Absolutely sickening today the Chargers gave up a 4th and 29 play with 2 minutes left with the game on the line which lead to the game tying FG and then the Ravens went on to win in OT. This is an absolute nightmare scenario that the Ravens have a chance within 2 weeks here to clinch this division and do it against the Steelers at home all because Ben Roethlisberger got hurt and the Steelers lost these 2 games.

11-25-2012, 08:27 PM
Torrey Smith put up today! Hey Mike take notes, this is what star WR's are suppose to do!

11-25-2012, 08:30 PM
They might just do that but, those C suckers from Blatimore ain't, AIN'T winnin no Super Bowl.

11-25-2012, 08:34 PM
Any other ways this day can get any worse?

At least ND isn't letting me down this year. #1!

11-25-2012, 08:46 PM
I just made a thread about this that I am not playing Ben next week in Baltimore with this division pretty much being out of reach and risking him getting hurt even further. Take the loss and get to 6-6 and you still will have a chance to make the playoffs if Ben comes back for the Chargers game here at home in 2 weeks. The Steelers can win the last 4 games on their schedule against the Chargers,Bengals,and Browns at home and at Dallas if Ben is healthy I believe and plays in those games. If he plays next week in Baltimore as physical as this game always is and with the division now being pretty much a done deal and gets hurt even worse it could set him back again to where the Steelers wont have him for the rest of the season. Bring him back for the Chargers game where the Steelers can win out I believe and hopefully we then see the Ravens in the playoffs with Ben and a healthy team back and take them out in Baltimore.

11-26-2012, 01:13 AM
I think we lose to Chargers, Ravens and Cowboys.

Finish the season out at 8-8

11-26-2012, 07:15 AM
Ravens will be one and done... If we are the sixth seed with a full team we have a chance other than that, we are one and done.

11-26-2012, 08:34 AM
That the Chargers allowed them to convert 4th and 29 on a checkdown? Fire the DC - Did anyone else throw up in their mouth a little watching that?

11-26-2012, 09:26 AM
That the Chargers allowed them to convert 4th and 29 on a checkdown? Fire the DC - Did anyone else throw up in their mouth a little watching that?

The Ravens have won at least 5 games with some magical football dust.

11-26-2012, 09:34 AM
The Ravens have won at least 5 games with some magical football dust.

They've been getting favorable calls all year! Flacco was nonexistent all game then in the last qtr made a few lucky throws. The long rice first down was awful, the bolts suck!

11-26-2012, 09:45 AM
They had a very generous spot on that play as well, but anyway...Division might be out of reach, but keep in mind the Rats still need to play Denver, Giants, Redskins and Cincy. . .this ain't over yet folks. They couls easily go 2-3 or worse in that stretch, but again, not likely. Steelers need to focus on the wildcard at this point and that's OK - we've been down this road before. This, of course is hoping Ben comes back next week after the Ravens game.

11-26-2012, 09:52 AM
All this team has to do is get healthy headed into the PO's. we've yet to see what we can do with all the starters in..

11-26-2012, 10:06 AM
I agree, go with Batch against the Rats, get Ben healthy and hopefully he is healthy by the Chargers game, then try like a hell for a wildcard. The way this season has gone, something eventually has to fall the Steeler's way. The bad luck and play has been ridiculous.

11-26-2012, 10:34 AM
I don't think the Ravens are as good as their 9-2 record. They have been very luck in quite a few close games where as we have been unlucky through stupid calls and some seriously stupid play.

Talent for talent I still think the Steelers are a much better team then the sh*t birds. With how banged up we were, last weeks game came down to the end with a seriously gimped QB.

We most likely have no shot at the division now but still have a good shot at the post season. The D is looking good now, the O has been coming together with the new system (with BB in) so I am hoping to get a healthy BB back, get into the playoffs no matter what seed it is at this point and see what happens. If we can get that I am pretty damn excited if we make the playoffs and more excited for next year if the roster and system doesn't change much bow that it's coming together.

I don't think there is any elite team right now, not even Atlanta or Texas or GB. There is so much parody that even teams that have great records right now are all up and down and squeaking out a lot of their wins.