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    Well when your feature backs are Dwyer and Redman, the team has issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    youre confusing clutch with possession, i like cotch, but id hardly call him clutch.

    both brown and wallce have come up huge in big moments, this year wasnt their year though...you think the ravens are the only ones with a clutch WR? just because they won the superbowl...give me a break.

    his performance was hardly holmes-esque, he had a good game and a good post season, but lets not be irrational. and youre delusional if you think ward would have made a difference this year
    We'll never know,I personally think Ward would have made a difference. It wasn't Ward that called for bubble screen to be thrown and it wasn't Ward that only allowed him to play every other set of downs but none of that matters it's in the past.

    If nothing else Ward should have been retained in some way to give this group of receivers some direction.
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    Ward was the best blocking WR too, our run game could of used him as much....
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    also lets not forget that HUGE drop boldin had in the playoffs in the front of the endzone the last time the steelers and the ravens met.....ya know, sealing the win for the steelers

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    We don't use our wides now. Too busy with garbage fullbacks and clowns like David Paulson.

    Remember this also, TOMLIN talked to Jim Caldwell about our OC job.

    Maybe Art II should have stayed out of the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LatrobePA View Post
    Ward was the best blocking WR too, our run game could of used him as much....
    Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......

    Ward's 2nd tier blocking means nothing without an OL. See 1999 and 2003 for proof.

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    lol yeah jim caldwell is clearly the be all end all of offensive coordinators now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash View Post
    We don't use our wides now. Too busy with garbage fullbacks and clowns like David Paulson.

    Remember this also, TOMLIN talked to Jim Caldwell about our OC job.

    Maybe Art II should have stayed out of the process.
    Arguing with the village idiot won't happen today... Thanks though!

    Caldwell was just a body in motion but the firing of Cam sparked a change of pace..
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    Quote Originally Posted by LatrobePA View Post
    Arguing with the village idiot won't happen today... Thanks though!

    Caldwell was just a body in motion but the firing of Cam sparked a change of pace..
    Caldwell goes vertical. He attacks teams.

    We don't. We used to. We don't anymore.

    Sad.

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    youre upset, the ravens won the superbowl...were all upset. but you need to breathe

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