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[News] Terrell Suggs Is Heating Up In Time For Tom Brady

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Terrell Suggs logged two sacks in Denver. Can he get more in New England?

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We usually play well against Brady. Im not too scared bout this game. I just want to watch another good game.
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I can tell that Suggs' achilles injury seems to be limiting his ability to twist and turn around the tackles and get his hand on the QBs arm, but there's no doubt that he can still bull rush them and push the pocket in. I'm hoping that Kruger has a big day and puts Brady on his butt all day long!
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Amersr52 - the only "good" game I want to see is a 28-0 half-time lead and a 42-10 final. Partly because I don't think my heart can take another one like the last one and partly because I want the Ravens to dominate in order to leave no room for excuses from the anti-raven media.
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The Ravens have to hit Brady early and often. If they can get pressure up the middle and move Brady either left or right Brady will have a long day, but if he just drops back and stands there comfortably like he did Sunday night against the Texans it's gonna be a long day for the defense. Without Gronk, they don't have anybody to block Suggs, that's how they kept him in check the last year. Ngata,McPhee & Kemoeatu have to have a big game to keep Suggs and Kruger one on one
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PurplePredator, I agree with you!

He primarily tried to swim around the LT but a couple of time he got leverage and just shoved him backwards collapsing the left, so he'll make an impact!

They will still have to game plan against him and Kruger.

Woodhead's banged up and they don't have any other good blocking backs so Hernandez may be held out of some patterns and that's a plus b/c Gronkowski's done for the season!

We've got some blitz weapons who are capable of keeping Brady a bit off balance in Upshaw, Ellerbee and Graham,... Art Jones and Haloti will always get a good push!

I like our chances to bring pressure!
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We have to get to Tom Brady in this game on Sunday and look at the determination and the fierceness in T-Sizzles face, and the Ravens have to press the receivers on the Patriots and have coverage sacks and don't let the refs become an issue in this game, and if the refs try to protect Brady, take the 15 yrd penalty and get Brady raddled. Lets go T-Sizzle and lets go Ravens!!!
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[quote name='DretheRavenFan' timestamp='1358278964' post='1313171']
We have to have a good lead with 5 min left and their fans leaving the stadium my heart cant take another game like Saturday
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who you telling! even that might not be enough the way Brady can come back on teams. 49ers blew a 28 point lead! Think my heart might give out if we keep winning like we did
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suggs kruger mcphee jones upshaw and NGATA unleash it this weekend. devers o line was better then the pats i think so this should be good.
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this is where the Pats will miss Gronk the most. Not having him will allow Kruger and Suggs to pin their ears back, and the Pats will have to come up with a gameplan to block the both of them and account for Ngata. Can't double team them all. I think JJ Watt said this best, but he said something like, "As a Defensive Lineman it is your job to win the one on one. If you aren't winning the one on ones, then you aren't doing your job"
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My concern is handing off to rice up the middle ,,,,and rice bouncing off wilforks belly he wouldn't even have to try to tackle him. we got predictable with the run on saturday that concerns me . and i know when pollard walks in every patriot player will be running to find bubble wrap boy does pollard cause havoc in foxborough.
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With Osemele being at LG and Yanda being at RG i feel like we will have enough ways to double team Wilfork and to prevent him from reaking havoc.
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I hope Suggs, Ngata, Upshaw, Kruger, RL, all get a sack with T-Sizzle getting 2!
I'd like to see Lady Brady rethink his profession after the game Sunday.
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[quote name='Purple&Black' timestamp='1358279062' post='1313173']
who you telling! even that might not be enough the way Brady can come back on teams. 49ers blew a 28 point lead! Think my heart might give out if we keep winning like we did
[/quote]My suggestion is you switch to decaf and watch Oprah instead of Ravens Football.
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[quote name='CalvinSmoke' timestamp='1358280758' post='1313222']
With Osemele being at LG and Yanda being at RG i feel like we will have enough ways to double team Wilfork and to prevent him from reaking havoc.
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Their DE's aren't so dangerous that we'll need to keep a TE home, so if we give Birk some help our oline should be able to control their 4 down linemen. [/background][/size][/font][/color]
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Posted · Hidden by Grapple Raven, January 16, 2013 - Duplicate post · Report post

[quote name='CalvinSmoke' timestamp='1358280758' post='1313222']
With Osemele being at LG and Yanda being at RG i feel like we will have enough ways to double team Wilfork and to prevent him from reaking havoc.
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Their DE's aren't so dangerous that we'll need to keep a TE home, so if we give Birk some help our oline should be able to control their 4 down linemen.
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Suggs always has good games in NE I wouldn't expect anything less than Tom Brady crying to the ref that Suggs hit him to hard
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Brady better leave his golden boy aura at home because we're going to mess it up pretty bad. Those obnoxious Pats fans will be going home empty handed yet again this year!
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[quote name='jrs034' timestamp='1358282072' post='1313265']
Suggs always has good games in NE I wouldn't expect anything less than Tom Brady crying to the ref that Suggs hit him to hard
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Great Point!

Somebody tell Pollard and Kruger that they'll need to have their filter on when they get super jacked up because this is a game where we can't afford to make anything close. They give the Patriots the most random calls dating all the way back to "The Tuck Rule" (we had all been watching football for a really long time and that was the first any of us had ever heard of it).

No silly penalties in this game cause they'll be looking to make every last infraction a personal foul penalty
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Tom Brady is the most overrated QB in NFL history. A system QB, that gets into the playoffs regularly, because he shares a division with 3 inept teams, while he is on a team, that is actually well run.
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