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I Want Tyrod Taylor!

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Joe Flacco is a disgrace to the game of football. He might be worse then Mark Sanchez. And we need him to step off the field and give Tyrod a chance to make some plays. Its time for Flacco to put up or shut up.
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[quote name='acosta2277' timestamp='1355690597' post='1264462']
Joe Flacco is a disgrace to the game of football. He might be worse then Mark Sanchez. And we need him to step off the field and give Tyrod a chance to make some plays. Its time for Flacco to put up or shut up.
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I agree this is horrible. And for the guy not to show any emotions is what ticks me off. You can't throw a pick 6 for 95 yards and go to the sideline like it's no big deal.
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If Joe continues to play like this I think we will let him walk and rebuild

I think Biscotti & Co. wanted to see what he could do with more
freedom . If the Denver game is any indication, we will not pay him what some
other teams will .

Harbs is not helping any by not calling timeouts like he should have near the end of the second half
when the team was hurrying too much and then Flacco lays a turd with a pick six. That was the end of the game .

I never thought till today that there was a good chance we may let him walk.
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Let's see how the rest of the year plays out. If Flacco is equally as bad next week and then again @Cincy, I'll give *some* validity to your stance. I am (and have been) questioning Flacco's ability to read defenses and pocket awareness for some time though. He'll never be Brady, Peyton, or Eli in that regard, but Roethlisberger is a prime example that you don't need to be a genius to win a SB or two.
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[quote name='Raving_Heathen' timestamp='1355691701' post='1264617']
Let's see how the rest of the year plays out. If Flacco is equally as bad next week and then again @Cincy, I'll give *some* validity to your stance. I am (and have been) questioning Flacco's ability to read defenses and pocket awareness for some time though. He'll never be Brady, Peyton, or Eli in that regard, but Roethlisberger is a prime example that you don't need to be a genius to win a SB or two.
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Yeah I honestly think if he plays like this against the Giants and Bengals they will consider moving on .

Reed and Lewis need to go in a amicable way . Way too much money paid to of my favorite players sad to say .

We need to free some cap space bad .
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Tyrod is my native Virginian and from my region. i've been following him since his high school days as a Hampton High Crab, then to Virginia Tech as a Hokie and now here as a Raven. BUT i don't want him to come in. to be honest, i'd like to see my boy Tyrod go to another team where he can start and shine because his skills and talents are going to waste here with the Ravens and sitting behind Joe Flacco. smh!

~Mili
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I'm still a Flacco fan so my opinion might be a little biased, but..

Let's all take a step back and take a deep breath. Let's look at the FA class, QB class, and our roster.
Unless Barkley or Geno miraculously falls to us, no QB in the class even has potential to be as good as Flacco in my opinion.
And as bad as he has been sometimes, the only QB that you could argue is even nearly as good as Flacco that could be available in the off season would probably be Vick. No one here wants Vick, do they?

And aside from mobility, I honestly don't see what Tyrod brings to the table that would make him a better decision than Flacco.

That's just my opinion though.
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Flacco is the best option we have, unfortunately.

I think they will let Joe test the market, see what other teams would pay and make a decision based on that.

But to answer Tyrod Taylor? No.
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[quote name='Token' timestamp='1355692201' post='1264673']
I'm still a Flacco fan so my opinion might be a little biased, but..

Let's all take a step back and take a deep breath. Let's look at the FA class, QB class, and our roster.
Unless Barkley or Geno miraculously falls to us, no QB in the class even has potential to be as good as Flacco in my opinion.
And as bad as he has been sometimes, the only QB that you could argue is even nearly as good as Flacco that could be available in the off season would probably be Vick. No one here wants Vick, do they?

And aside from mobility, I honestly don't see what Tyrod brings to the table that would make him a better decision than Flacco.

That's just my opinion though.
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Exactly what I've been saying today. Joe's going to win the starting gig next year completely by default, not because he's earned it.
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First of, Flacco's throws were horrible and off target like a mile; second, our offense of line is horrible as well that we couldn't hold off Denver's pass rush. What need to fix in priority is our offense of line......
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[quote name='AwakenTheDemon' timestamp='1355692546' post='1264705']
Exactly what I've been saying today. Joe's going to win the starting gig next year completely by default, not because he's earned it.
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Ugh, that's what was said about Boller for 3 years...
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[quote name='AsianRice' timestamp='1355692619' post='1264714']
First of, Flacco's throws were horrible and off target like a mile; second, our offense of line is horrible as well that we couldn't hold off Denver's pass rush. What need to fix in priority is our offense of line......
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You can clearly see Flacco do this.... OFFSEASON Improvments...
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i'm not calling for Tyrod to start here. absolutely not! i'm starting a new campaign to "release" my boy and let him go to another team to fight for the starting job. his talents and skill sets are going to waste sitting behind Joe Flacco. smh! let him go and play for someone else that needs a QB.

~Mili
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[quote name='Militant X 1' timestamp='1355692802' post='1264739']
i'm not calling for Tyrod to start here. absolutely not! i'm starting a new campaign to "release" my boy and let him go to another team to fight for the starting job. his talents and skill sets are going to waste sitting behind Joe Flacco. smh! let him go and play for someone else that needs a QB.

~Mili
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I agree here. But this topic might break neg records....
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We'll have to resign him as there really aren;t any options that stand out.Unless we catch lightning in a bottle with some unknown rookie.Which is very unlikely.The thing now is not so much money but what will be the minimum amount of years he will sign for.
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that is a very impulsive statement from todays game and its stupid. that said, i am not liking the trend of our receivers leaping 3 feet just to catch the ball.
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[quote name='Militant X 1' timestamp='1355692802' post='1264739']
i'm not calling for Tyrod to start here. absolutely not! i'm starting a new campaign to "release" my boy and let him go to another team to fight for the starting job. his talents and skill sets are going to waste sitting behind Joe Flacco. smh! let him go and play for someone else that needs a QB.

~Mili
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That also won't happen, he's not an NFL calibre QB. Unless he goes to Arizona.
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[quote name='Bltravens' timestamp='1355692638' post='1264718']
Ugh, that's what was said about Boller for 3 years...
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Let's not go crazy and lose perspective comparing Boller to Flacco. lol. Flacco's had an incredibly up and down season, but Flacco is [b]at the very least[/b] an above average QB in the same class as a Schaub or Cutler. On the other hand, how Boller managed to stick around so long is truly still one of the great mysteries in life.
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[quote name='AsianRice' timestamp='1355692619' post='1264714']
First of, Flacco's throws were horrible and off target like a mile; second, our offense of line is horrible as well that we couldn't hold off Denver's pass rush. What need to fix in priority is our offense of line......
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OL is the biggest priority, biggest way to solve all these problems. Second priority should be WEAPONS WEAPONS WEAPONS.

Look at ATL: Ryan is struggling, let's get a dominant WR in the draft.
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[quote name='Mr. Irrelevant' timestamp='1355692725' post='1264732']
You can clearly see Flacco do this.... OFFSEASON Improvments...
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We can pull a desperate push into the playoff; at least we have a good season with another post-season run.
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[quote name='reediddy' timestamp='1355693487' post='1264833']
[b]OL is the biggest priority, biggest way to solve all these problems.[/b] Second priority should be WEAPONS WEAPONS WEAPONS.

Look at ATL: Ryan is struggling, let's get a dominant WR in the draft.
[/quote] Yes but not another WR draft....next year draft is going all out for OT and defense.
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[quote name='reediddy' timestamp='1355693487' post='1264833']
OL is the biggest priority, biggest way to solve all these problems. Second priority should be WEAPONS WEAPONS WEAPONS.

Look at ATL: Ryan is struggling, let's get a dominant WR in the draft.
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I agree with the OL comment. Fixing the issues at OL (solidifying the RT and LT positions and getting a center who doesn't get blown up every other play) would definitely help Flacco's consistency. I think the Ravens have a ton of weapons on offense though-- they're just not being used correctly.
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I probably sound like a broken record to all of my friends and family on this point, but Joe Flacco is taking me back to the Kyle Boller days. Now, for as much blame as they want to put on Cam Cameron and anyone else on the offense, today showed who is at fault. JOE WACKO....excuse me, I mean FLACCO. :229031_rant: He is a disgrace to the position of quarterback. Our torn and tattered defense left it all out on the field today and for what....NOTHING....oh, my bad, I mean for a pick 6, fumble, 3 and out, etc.

It was so disheartening to see even the rookie QB's put up better offense than our "ELITE" veteran. Yeah, the next this guy utters the word "ELITE" he should be using it to refer to a real quarterback and not himself. If it wasn't for the true fighters on this team (Ray Rice, Anquan Boldin, Torrey Smith, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Suggs, Ngata, Pitta, etc.) I would have left a long time ago. But unlike Flacco, I have a sense of duty and responsibility to my team and need to hang around through the end of the season and hopefully playoffs in support of them.

Hmph....maybe I should try out to be their QB. I certainly can do no worse......LOL! Funny thought, a 35 year old mother of 2 at QB. At least when I go down like a little "bleep", everyone would understand why.
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[quote name='Raving_Heathen' timestamp='1355693484' post='1264832']
Let's not go crazy and lose perspective comparing Boller to Flacco. lol. Flacco's had an incredibly up and down season, but Flacco is [b]at the very least[/b] an above average QB in the same class as a Schaub or Cutler. On the other hand, how Boller managed to stick around so long is truly still one of the great mysteries in life.
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If he throws like Boller, gets sacked like Boller, gets picked off like Boller, is immobile like Boller, and makes poor decisions like Boller...he can be compared to Boller.
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:lol3: I laugh at people thinking we should rebuild...WHY? Dumbest solution ever. Thats what Philly is doing this year, we arent no where near where they are. Stop complaining and support the Ravens no matter what. There are no better Qbs out there for us, none. If we let Joe walk and grab Barkley or Geno smith or any of the crap qbs in this years mediocre at best QB class we will be like the browns or chiefs, or Buccaneers for the next couple of seasons-mediocre teams who go .500 and never make it to the playoffs. It would be long boring and stressful times to be a Ravens fan. Thats why you should look at our team now and notice that things arent as bad as they could be and its going to be REAAAALLLLY ugly if we were to rebuild which likely wont happen.

I think with a few tweaks here, a few tweaks there and a VERY reasonable contract for Flacco very reasonable (no where near what he wanted over the offseason) I think we can turn things around. So have faith folks.
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