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[News] Ray Rice Wins Offensive Player of the Week

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Running back ray Rice was honored after racking up 158 yards of total offense vs. the Giants.

[url=http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Ray-Rice-Wins-Offensive-Player-of-the-Week/30e4d56f-cc6c-4cdc-858c-9cb645511c61]View the full article[/url]
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Rice had a great game, but I think Pierce had an equally good game. That is not to take anything from Ray, but they were both great. No way we can keep ahold of Pierce next year.
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[quote name='E_in_Denver' timestamp='1356622379' post='1280052']
No way we can keep ahold of Pierce next year.
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Of course we can keep him...he'll be on his rookie contract for a couple more years and won't be eligible for free agency.
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I think we are witnessing the beginning of the 2-headed monster that will dominate the running game for years to come. I must admit that I was skeptical of the Pierce pick since there were still quality receivers on the board. I really want to see how he responds to the playoffs when the opposition will key on Rice. We have the momentum going into this game. Rest a few key defensive players but don't take away from the offensive rhythm. We will need to face either the Bengals or the Colts in the first round.
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Actually, I like both of our backup RBs.... Pierce and Rainey have both had a great mentor in Rice and I think the coaching staff has done well to preserve the running game this year. If Rice retires in 3 years, Rainey will most definitely be ready to step up and fill that gap.
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Pierce will go nowhere. He is the eventual replacement for Ray Rice. After Rice's current contract he will be in league 8 years. Thats way long for RB's. At that time, Pierce will be the man.
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[quote name='CapoRocky' timestamp='1356622948' post='1280062']
I think we are witnessing the beginning of the 2-headed monster that will dominate the running game for years to come. I must admit that I was skeptical of the Pierce pick since there were still quality receivers on the board. I really want to see how he responds to the playoffs when the opposition will key on Rice. We have the momentum going into this game. Rest a few key defensive players but don't take away from the offensive rhythm. We will need to face either the Bengals or the Colts in the first round.
[/quote] Let's just hope Pierce doesn't let it get to his head and start campaigning for the starting RB position via twitter and facebook!

But yes, I see these two causing some serious damage! It would be nice to have that two-headed monster again!
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Do they make segways that'll hold an o-lineman?
the two headed monster out of the option formation would be pretty impressive.
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[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]Flacco totally got snubbed.[/i][/font]

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[font=trebuchet ms,helvetica,sans-serif][i]~ Cosmic[/i][/font]
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Imagine that... we feed RICE the ball... he has a moster game.... We blow a team out and look great. RICE gets player of the week...

WOW>.... if only CAM would have figured all of this out?
Glad Caldwell did!
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Allen is the odd man out as Pierce gets better. Unfortunately, we already have a fullback because with his build he might be a solid blocking back. Rice is young enough to be around for another 6 to 8 years. Having an alternative back will ensure that he stays healthy and effective for longer.
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time for the offense to get into beast mode. playoffs next weekend!! if the o-line dominates so will the offense.
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i wouldn't even play rice for more than a series or 2 if at all. activate damian allen and let he pierce and anthony carry the load this sunday. put tyrod in at the half. rest several of the defensive players as well as old man birk
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Keep bringing home the awards Rice, but make sure you bring home the Lombardi also. Personal accolades may mean something to you, but to the fans they don't mean anything.
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Even though we didnt seem to have as great a season as we did last year, we actually clinched the AFC North sooner this year than we did last year. We've had a lot more adversity and a much harder schedule but we still came out on top and now were battle tested and ready to go into the playoffs.
GO RAVENS!
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Awwww, Little Ray is such a little cutie!!!
Sweet as a Peach Cobbler!!! Mmmmn, mmmmn, mmmmn!
I love that little man.

His Momma raised him good - so polite and humble too!!
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[quote name='GrannyLovesFootball' timestamp='1356640511' post='1280320']
Awwww, Little Ray is such a little cutie!!!
Sweet as a Peach Cobbler!!! Mmmmn, mmmmn, mmmmn!
I love that little man.

His Momma raised him good - so polite and humble too!!
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And not a bad thing that 52 took him under his wing. RR has a big heart and is young. He is now surrounded by proven leaders that should bode well for his future. We're glad you're a Raven, Ray.

And as you're "fresh", how about showing the rest of the world what we all see.... domination, determination and victory!
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