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Worst Regular Season Loss Ever?

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LMAO. DID YOU FORGET WE LOST TO THE THE DAMN JAGS ON MNF LAST YEAR.

NO, I can easy think of worse. The Pats loss in 09, the Vikings game same year. The Falcons game in 10, how about the Seahawks. We were also blown out by the Chargers last year on SNF. Are you huffing paint? How about the "loss" to the Steelers in 08 that basically determined homefield? Remember the Holmes "catch"?.
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[quote name='jimmypowder' timestamp='1347917659' post='1156806']
Was the Philly loss the worst regular season loss in Ravens history ? Gotta be close .
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Not for me. We were on the road against a great defense and good team. The refs didn't help out. But it is an game early in the season that didn't have too much weight (especially out of conference).

For me the Jags, Titans and Seahawks games from last year were all worse for me. (I'm sure I can think of more). I'm sure there are plenty of Steelers games as well.
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Talk about living in the moment.

Frustrating loss, but there have definitely been worse. The prime time losses to the Steelers and Pats in '07 were especially painful.
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[quote name='redrum52' timestamp='1347917851' post='1156811']
LMAO. DID YOU FORGET WE LOST TO THE THE DAMN JAGS ON MNF LAST YEAR?
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That was one of the worst in recent memory based on how bad we played and how bad the team was we were playing. There were some other heartbreaking ones that were way worse. And the 2007 [profanity deleted] kicking Pittsburgh gave us after we were forced to play my high school JV players from 20 years on defense was pretty bad too lol.
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[quote name='Ed_Reed20' timestamp='1347918058' post='1156818']
Talk about living in the moment.

Frustrating loss, but there have definitely been worse. The prime time losses to the Steelers and Pats in '07 were especially painful.
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Yeah I was thinking the Pats 07 loss. But not many people had us in that game, including most of us. It was a disappointing loss, but the win would have been one of the most amazing wins.
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[quote name='jimmypowder' timestamp='1347918214' post='1156827']
Well then name me top 3 I. ravens regular season
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My top 3:

1. Steelers 2010 SNF
2. Patriots 2007 MNF
3. @Steelers 2007 MNF

Plenty more come to mind.
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[quote name='jimmypowder' timestamp='1347918214' post='1156827']
Well then name me top 3 I. ravens regular season
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It's down to opinion but I'd say anyone that put yesterday's in their top 3 is either still bitter and/or was at the game and had to endure a lot of abuse from Eagles fans.

Numerous games from '05 and '07 seasons, tight losses to the Steelers, the Jaguars game last year; all were worse than yesterday's L in my opinion.
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[quote name='Florida Ravens Fan' timestamp='1347918603' post='1156837']
Did u guys forget we gave the only win to the Dolphins when they went 1-15! !!! Lol and I went to that game.
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That's a good one! We must have repressed it.
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"Over reaction Monday" comes to mind. This was a loss to a non-conference opponent - big whoop. If we lose any other games this month (Patriots, Browns), it won't even be the worst loss of September 2012. It was close and there were a few plays where it appeared we sealed the game, so yes, that sucks. But worst - absolutely not. Any loss to division or conference rivals is worse. The pain of this will be forgotten long before the playoffs.
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I wouldnt say this was the worse. And while people will not agree with me, if the Jones TD is not called pass interference, we are up 10 and win this game. We then are talking about how we need to fix some things but were are 2-0 and the season is early. While it certainly wasnt a pretty game, it wasnt the worse loss by far. The Steelers games people have brought up come to mind. Even last year in Cincy when Flacco threw 4 INTs wasnt a nice game to be at. Try going to the bathroom and standing at a urinal, your the only one wearing Purple and you have 50 drunk guys screaming and cussing you out. I was just waiting for the punch to the back of the head.
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The only way it could be consider that bad is by the standpoint of being a team that was talked up a lot as a main Superbowl contender by the media and then a game later to not look good at all on either side of the ball. The offense's old ways reared it's ugly head and the defense looked nothing like a Ravens defense.
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[quote name='Lawbrum' timestamp='1347918846' post='1156844']
I wouldnt say this was the worse. And while people will not agree with me, if the Jones TD is not called pass interference, we are up 10 and win this game. We then are talking about how we need to fix some things but were are 2-0 and the season is early. While it certainly wasnt a pretty game, it wasnt the worse loss by far. The Steelers games people have brought up come to mind. Even last year in Cincy when Flacco threw 4 INTs wasnt a nice game to be at. Try going to the bathroom and standing at a urinal, your the only one wearing Purple and you have 50 drunk guys screaming and cussing you out. I was just waiting for the punch to the back of the head.
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Its so amazing how one play could really shape the outlook of that game (and this board for the following next week).
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[quote name='Florida Ravens Fan' timestamp='1347918603' post='1156837']
Did u guys forget we gave the only win to the Dolphins when they went 1-15! !!! Lol and I went to that game.
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Cam was Miami's head coach. Maybe that's why we hired him. Didn't check to see how he had done in the other 15 games.
That was definitely more painful than yesterday - and wasn't as painful as the game in which we appeared to have given the Pats their only loss, which was just a few games earlier that year.
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[quote name='descent into the maelstrom' timestamp='1347919321' post='1156852']


Cam was Miami's head coach. Maybe that's why we hired him. Didn't check to see how he had done in the other 15 games.
That was definitely more painful than yesterday - and wasn't as painful as the game in which we appeared to have given the Pats their only loss, which was just a few games earlier that year.
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Lo i forgot he was the coach. just imagine my walk to the parking lot that game haha.
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Not close. Many have said good examples of games that hurt worse already but for me It's gotta be last year vs the Jags.

As a=bad as that game was just think, If we would have won we would have had home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
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Lmao, not even close.

The loss to the Vikings in 2009 comes to mind. Or how about the loss to the Patriots in 2007?
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I could except the loss yesterday. I got a free ticket, taken to lunch, and bought beers all day by my cousins. Hell, I would have worn an Eagles jersey for that. Still, no one really hassled me for wearing my Flacco jersey. I had a great day. What's a one point loss? It won't hurt when we beat the Patriots. Speaking of which, that was the worst Ravens loss because we had it in the bag until the drop by Evans and the muff by Cundiff. I sat in my leather recliner for an hour and didn't move after that one.
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Yesterday isn't even close. Pats in 07 was the worst for me. Also both 08 Steelers games, 2010 vs. Steelers, 09 at the Pats, among others. This one probably doesn't break into the top 10.
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This wasn't even a "bad loss" by any account. Do you consider a "bad loss" a loss to a non-contending team you should beat such as the Jags from last year or a close heartbreaking loss such as any of the Steelers games from the last few years already mentioned. This is a non-conference away game against probably the best d we will face all year, and will have no impact on the rest of the season. I would worry if i was a new orleans fan.... the Pats just gave up their home field to the Cards. Steelers and Bengals both have in conference losses... those will all effect the outcome of their seasons more than this will the Ravens. I would watch out for the road KC game after the Pats and Browns for a letdown.
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[quote name='jimmypowder' timestamp='1347917659' post='1156806']
Was the Philly loss the worst regular season loss in Ravens history ? Gotta be close .
[/quote]We lost by a single point. I'm pretty sure that Chargers clobbering last year is worse.

In my honest opinion, the worse regular season loss was that home Steeler game that cost us home field. You know the one, it involved that guy who wears 43 coming off the LT for a sack strip late in the 4th quarter....
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I'd put JAC last year and the winless 2007 Dolphins in as my top 2, probably with Miami at #1 simply because they went winless otherwise.
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