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11 Jan 2020 22:23 - 12 Jan 2020 00:03 #378317 by mapoui
I just stopped watching that game. I have never seen incompetence like that in a major playoff game...

why go for the first down rather than kick the field goal..9 to 14 and you are right there for the win?

then you go for the first down and you had no play! what the hell kind of play was that...what play did he call?
that was utter nonsense that play..I am still trying to figure it out but I stop now. it isnt worth it. all night long I have been watching Baltimore sabotage itself. that Guy Harbaugh is not a very good head coach is he

the Baltimore Ravens have been playing idiot football. what did they expect the Titans to roll over for their hype? the Titans are playing winning football and should walk away with a win here, into the eastern final
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12 Jan 2020 00:56 - 12 Jan 2020 06:54 #378318 by mapoui
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Baltimore got beat right through the game. the Titans came ready, had an effective plan..which means they had studied Baltimore and knew what to do to defeat them..they had worked out a right plan

Baltimore was overtaken by their hype. Baltimore beat a lot of teams during the season but they are not an intelligent team at all. whoever runs Baltimore's offensive is an incompetent. and to prove Baltimore's overall incompetence they saw what the Titans were doing to them on the field and they could not adjust at all..could not devises any means during the game o stop the Titans

that is why you hire a head coach and develop a 'brain trust'... all your coaches, analysts etc to work out the opposition and deal with them as you go along in the game if your original plan does not work. it is a game of parry and thrust all along the way. it is just that the Ravens are not as smart as they think they are. they came to the game unprepared suffused by their year long hype as a great team. they belived after 3 weeks off they could just walk unto the field and be as sharp as when hey were humming during the season

effectively the starters took the last week of the season off. they did not practice of play their last game week 17 because they had already solidified the #1 seed. and having won the top seed they did not have to play the divisional round so that was a further 2 weeks off for the Baltimore starters. REST! everybody wants rest in sports especially Kahwii Leonard in basketball. but REST and RUST are synonymous: if you don't play even though you practice ll the time you loose game form and can get beat. that is one reason why Baltimore lost. but overall the Tennessee Titans play at a level that Baltimore clearly did not expect. the Titans played great football, skillful and smart football. they are a far more talented team that they are credited for.

I saw Titans corner backs break-up good passes with dazzling plays last night..reaching around, reaching down to knock away passes from receivers without incurring pass interference penalties. you cant do those things without real talent, superb talent and fitness and game form. the Titans have all that and it was on display last night. the Baltimore Ravens is a hype team..a team that believes its hype and put that hype on the field to play a real team and predictably lost. the only chance Baltimore had was to detect how the hype had affected them, clean it up and become real, focused, and go out to fight a real battle on the field. they could not do that.break through th hype

I blame the Baltimore coaching staff..especially the head coach. The Baltimore head coach is full of experience..he has been coaching that team for more than 10 years now..he has won a super bowl. if anyone could see what was going on and respond it should have been him. I don't know how he has managed to do all he has done but he certainly did not look sharp and on top of things on the field. and the man in the booth calling Baltimore's plays did a truly incompetent job in the game, consistently calling the wrong plays..incomprehensible plays, especially the 4th down calls. the last fourth down call produced a jumble of confusion on the field that went nowhere. it seemed that none of the players were clear about that call no one knew what to do in the play..hence a ball of confusion.

I would fire that coordinator immediately..for that non-call alone! but there was much of the same through the game. Baltimore s a professional organization..how in the hell can a professional produce such nonsense, such confusion with an offensive call that produced a total break down on the field...a crucial call at a crucial point of the game?

and Harbaugh goes too..should be fired for that game. The Titans clearly came to play, to win, but they were helped immensely by Baltimore's state and unreadiness to compete. Baltimore was not ready and that's all on Harbaugh. Harbaugh is tired..people can get tired doing the same thing 10 years in a row..especially in a situation as demanding and surely as exhausting as a football head coach. on that performance last night Harbaugh should loose his job
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12 Jan 2020 06:57 #378319 by mapoui
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Why the Ravens lost

Baltimore looked like a team that hasn't played in three weeks to start the game. The offense wasn't as explosive as we've seen during the regular season, throwing an interception on the opening drive, failing to convert a fourth down on the second and punting it away after that. Meanwhile, the Titans were able to move the ball and score 14 points over that same span.

Really, what worked for the Ravens during the regular season simply didn't in this game. All year they were a perfect 8-8 on fourth-and-1 attempts and were 0-2 tonight. Meanwhile, Lamar Jackson had just six interceptions on the year and only one since Week 6. On this night, Jackson was picked off twice and fumbled once.

While Baltimore was able to have a strong night piling up yards and converting on key third-down attempts, they couldn't punch the ball all the way in for touchdowns and mostly settled for field goals. That was the case the entire first half and their only touchdown of the game came at the beginning of the fourth quarter when the game was pretty much out of reach. They had at least eight drives that ended at either the Titans 36 yard line or closer and only ended up with 12 points. For a team that was prolific scoring the football all season, the well came up dry in this matchup.

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12 Jan 2020 09:14 #378321 by chairman
Ravens got whupped

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12 Jan 2020 09:42 #378323 by mapoui
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chairman wrote: Ravens got whupped


what more you got :dry: :dry: :dry:

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12 Jan 2020 16:51 #378326 by chairman
Jack son is turnovers king

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12 Jan 2020 20:02 #378327 by mapoui
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chairman wrote: Jack son is turnovers king


first turnovers the kid made all year long..and he is a king of turnovers?
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12 Jan 2020 20:13 - 13 Jan 2020 17:50 #378328 by mapoui
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I love the crazy and lunatic Houston Texans team. that team is nuts and lovable at the same time. they cant beat anybody into the playoffs. they are never strong enough. all they do is to get teams vex with them, then break out in response and blow them away, no matter how many points Watson puts up

the Texans reminds of Joe Namaths New York Jets..same type of talented, never quite strong enough to go all the way, exciting lunacy...:silly: :silly: :blink:

I don't know what the Texans can do! fiyah O'brien?

that is the exact thing to do..bring in a real dour, no fun sadist head coach to strengthen up the defense, the offensive line etc.

but if you fiyah O'brien all the fun and excitement done..gorne! O'brien is the head nut responsible for all the exciting lunacy that goes on with the Texans. every game is a thrill, all the time...on a knife's edge. who can stand it :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo: hahahaha

for the Texans to win they must get serious... and to get serious means the end of Obrien. sad! :( :( :(
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12 Jan 2020 20:19 #378329 by mapoui
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there was a time when 'nog nogs ' could not see the QB position. we were not intelligent enuff to play QB

Look at Colin Kaepernick, Patrick Mahomes, Lamar in Baltimore, Watson with Houston, Crazy Winston in Tampa tossing interceps like pears but even more TDs. then there is Russell Wilson in Seattle

Oh Guuuuuuuude!!! Oh Jesus Crise! look at dat nuh. and all dem fellas and dem good but Mahomes is the man. he is so good its incredible..a step of 2 ahead of the rest. I think he can do any dam thing he wants. and wih Reid letting do as he pleases look out for more wild and terrific games from that kid

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13 Jan 2020 14:30 - 13 Jan 2020 14:32 #378351 by ketchim

mapoui wrote: I love the crazy and lunatic Houston Texans team. that team is nuts and lovable at the same time.
I don't know what the Texans can do! fiyah O'brien?

See the BREAKING thread ~ ;)
Saw the running play instruction yesterday at the 30 yard line
with KC down 14 points ~
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