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[News] Joe Flacco, Offense Humming In Win Over Raiders

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Quarterback Joe Flacco was responsible for four touchdowns and rested the entire fourth quarter.

[url=http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Joe-Flacco-Offense-Humming-In-Win-Over-Raiders/15ed2c37-4601-4477-b09e-7a1b8ebf6da9]View the full article[/url]
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Ahhh... Chicago has the chance to make up for that draft blunder last year, and what do they do, first three possessions? Fumble, fumble, INT...

Cool.

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Man i am the only one that already wants to today be sunday...no i am not talking of this sunday i am talking about the next 7 sleeps to go
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That was what Ravens fans have been waiting for. An offense that executed very well and took advantage of a teams weaknesses, especially when the opposing offense was still gaining yards. That was beautiful to see. Now we need to keep it up and do this every week!!! Let's start with Pittsburgh.
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I am hoping this is a turning point for the team I hope this carries over to the steelers and i think if we keep our foot on the gas we can win.the offense played well but the defense did too. Tyson is going to be beast . Now we need some pass rush :)
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no complaints, looking forward to seeing if we can carry this offense on the road. We know these guys pretty well, same cast of characters.
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The Raiders speed was a good preparation for the speed we will see with the sqeelrs...
but the sqeelers will not drop as many passes as the Raiders did.

We need to play much better against pittsburgh then we did this week... But i saw good signs on both sides of the ball this week....

Pittsburgh plays on Monday night.... so that is a challenge to them as well... and hopefully they look past KC and KC upsets them 2night!
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Yeah, it was a pretty smooth and pretty fun game. Consistency everyone! Let's make that the name of the game! Joe Flacco, Cam Cameron, and the offense can do it here, there's no logical reason they can't do it anywhere else! The noise? Shut them up! Then go along with your business. If the crowd is loud then you really need to just mix up the running schemes and gain enough yards until they shut up and then go directly into no huddle when they're not looking. Keep the crowd quiet! Call a diverse amount of plays!
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