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[News] Terrell Suggs Vows To Return This Season, Game-Time Decision Sunday

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Sizzle can possibly play through the injury and said, 'If you can breathe, you can play.'

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I fear these guys may damage themselves further but if the medical people say #52 and #55 are fit to play, then we're a better team for it!
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if the doctors say you can play and suggs feels good about it than go for it. after a few practices he will know what to do
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these cats play through all types of injuries. i cry like a baby over a headache. lol!

~Mili
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I know you really don't use your biceps in football but I don't know if Suggs should rush it if he can play at 80 for the rest of the regular season or play at 100 for the post season I would choose the latter
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It doesn't matter if god himself plays on D if we don't make a change with our oline. Once again our tackles were abused while our bet LT (McKinnie) rides the pine. Someone needs to lose their job for continuing to start Oher at LT and KO at RT.
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If nothing else, Sizzle is setting an example for the rest of the guys on this team. We need to dig down deep as a team and show some heart to finish out this season. C'mon guys! Rally around and get the job done!
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[quote name='chrispoole16' timestamp='1354738932' post='1247546']
Something came to my head yesterday.

Something that is very important. I need the ravens staff to notice this so I will be repeating it.

We need to keep Tommy Streeter for a long time.

He will be what this ravens offense has never had, a big and fast reciever. He is what this offense needs.

I dont care how he performed in his first practices or about the injury.

He will get better and to be frank, you can't go wrong with a 6-foot 5 inch reciever.

Can you name any reciever in the league that is 6-foot 5 or taller that is not good. Ok.

We need to make sure we keep him point blank, so at least we will have a real deep threat reciever.

Thank you for reading this and I hope it makes a difference.
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First off, I hate to break it to you, but I don't think the Raven's staff is trolling this board, looking for ideas. So I don't think they'll notice your suggestion, no matter how many times you repeat it.

While I can't name any 6-5 receivers that remain in the league that aren't at least decent, but there are definitely those who didn't make it. Who was the 6-5 reject from Buffalo that was with us last pre-season. Yeah - couldn't catch the ball, didn't have sufficient speed and didn't make the practice squad.

I do think they have hopes for Streeter and aren't deterred by his pre-season performance. They think he could be something and made sure they stashed him away for future use. If he can be what we hope he can be, that will be great, no doubt. However, we'll have to see how it works out.
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[quote name='balfan23' timestamp='1354739439' post='1247557']
[u][b]First off, I hate to break it to you, but I don't think the Raven's staff is trolling this board, looking for ideas.[/b][/u] So I don't think they'll notice your suggestion, no matter how many times you repeat it.

[/quote] I've wasted years of my life on here then!
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Even if we're able to get 50 percent of snaps played by Suggs that's better than nothing. His presence alone makes our defense better
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our d is so beat up i just don't know how they can play well without suggs. Then again the redskins d isnt all that much better than ours. its just that our d overall is pretty much injured. I'm hoping the offense can show up and i mean REALLY show up as in score in the majority of possessions to give the d a bit of a break.
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I would be extra careful if I were Sizzle. One wrong tackle and he'll be sitting on the bench watching us play in Nawlins in February.
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Right now we can't afford to lose any more key players. This brings more pressure to the offensive side of the ball, but all I'm hoping for is a win this Sunday by any means.
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Sizzle has it right:

"My most important concern is, %u2018Will I help or hinder the team by playing?%u2019 I don%u2019t want to be out there and can%u2019t make a play because I%u2019m unhealthy and I don%u2019t have a full bicep,%u201D he said.
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I would love for him to be on the field, just not at the expense of his career or even at the expense of next year.
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