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[News] John Harbaugh 'Not Happy' With Penalties

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The replacement refs are gone, but the Ravens have still had the second-most penalties.

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Remember when we used to bring officials onto the field during practice? Do we still do that? That was working a year or two ago like a charm. I remember we were doing it right around one of Ohers first year because he and the rest of the O-Line would jump early a lot but the officials during practice really helped them.
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[quote name='Zeus' timestamp='1352345091' post='1213102']
Just one more thing for Harbs to add to his fix it list
[/quote]I hear you on that we have too much to fix
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I think that the penalties are a result of the frustration the team is feeling because they aren't playing to thier potential. Some people would think a 6-2 record is awesome, and it is, but I think Baltimore holds themselves to such a high standard that it's not good enough.
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"Discipline" is the Word! But, I feel they will get it together, just coming out the gate a little sluggish! They are having a "Slow Start" but are gonna "Finish Strong" in my eyes! "They Know Ray Will Be Watching"!
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I think the unsportsmanlike conduct call on the Ravens bench was a make up call to offset the crack back block called on the Cleveland receiver. Which was crap anyway, don't know how that block was a penalty. The refs knew it, and adjusted accordingly.
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I'm glad Harbaugh is starting to make his opinions heard more. He has a right to call out the officials when they make mistakes, just like every other coach does. For goodness' sake look at his brother! Jim can't even go a whole quarter without ripping into someone. It must run in the family.
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I'm surprised at this artical! I would have thought that Harbs was happy with the penalties....SMH
The fact that HE got one actually makes me smile. We wanted a coach that would get in someones face :-)
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In the grand scheme of things penalties are the least of our problems. Headline should read:

John Harbaugh "Not Happy" With Cameron.
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Harb's has taken a very relaxed stance as head coach this year in many facets of the game. Players making the same mistakes over and over, penalty after penalty. Even with the coach's under him need guidance he seems to just settle with the "it is what it is" attitude.
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Not sure what happened under that pile for Pierce to kick another player . But the helmet to helmet on ellerbe looked bogus to me . and they flagged the bench i have never seen that done unless a coach was on the play field running his mouth .
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[quote name='Purple n Black' timestamp='1352378425' post='1213177']
Is it me or does Harbaugh seem to be a bit of a loose cannon this year on the sidelines? Two penalties and countless tirades on the side judge....
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My goodness! Some people complain he doesn't yell enough and now people think he's a loose cannon! He just can't win!
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[quote name='The Raven' timestamp='1352390742' post='1213237']
My goodness! Some people complain he doesn't yell enough and now people think he's a loose cannon! He just can't win!
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When you Head Coach gets 2 Unsportsmanlike conduct penalties in a few weeks THATS a problem
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