I always suspected Ray Rice was lying about his health earlier in the season. Seems he's finally decided to come clean after most of us already figured him out *eye roll*..
Here are my questions. Why did Ray lie in the first place? Why did the coaches seem to just go along with this? Why did the coaches barely (if ever) use the 3rd string backs signed throughout the pre/regular season? When did putting an injured back on the field and placing the season at risk become an acceptable course of action?
Will we be subject to this kind of deception again if Baltimore faces a similar personnel issue in the future?
I need the people at ESPN and NFL.com's 'Around the League' to jump out the Raven's nest and into an ice cold lake with cement shoes. The way they criticized Joe and Ray Rice despite FULL knowledge of injuries and a struggling o-line is unacceptable. They spent weeks providing preferential excuse making for 'Top 5' QBs but rarely mentioned Baltimore's offensive struggles in full perspective. Now, these same clowns are getting behind Baltimore with their superstitious 'hot at the right time' garbage. These idiots act as if they've never seen a team get healthy before.
Edited by playlikeawhat, 19 December 2013 - 11:26 PM.