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    Re: Only one bright spot in this beatdown.

    Ward seemed to do his part as much as possible, as well.
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    Re: Only one bright spot in this beatdown.

    sepulvada did not get hurt!!

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    Re: Only one bright spot in this beatdown.

    Quote Originally Posted by JTP53609
    sepulvada did not get hurt!!
    lol

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    Redman got TOUGH yds.

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    Re: Only one bright spot in this beatdown.

    Quote Originally Posted by papillon
    Quote Originally Posted by Steelhere10
    Ike played a tremendous game, if you take away the bone head penalty he was outstanding. And some you wanted to let him walk, it still puzzle me.
    The only time Flacco threw his way was out of necessity and I don't believe he completed a pass to a receiver covered by Taylor. The penalty was dumb, but I applaud him for taking for his guys.

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    Why would Flacco or any other QB throw to Ike's side when McFadden on the other side cant cover anyone and the free safety is limted in coverage as well?

    I'd throw in Mike Wallace as a bright spot today as well. He showed he can get open and run routes other than the fly pattern.
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    Re: Only one bright spot in this beatdown.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub

    I'd throw in Mike Wallace as a bright spot today as well. He showed he can get open and run routes other than the fly pattern.

    That quick shot to him in the seam in the third quarter was a thing of beauty. Too bad Ben was afraid of his shadow by then, and threw it behind him. If it were a good pass, that would have been a TD.
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    I agree with Ike as a bright spot.

    I think Brown also showed that he's going to be a weapon as a return guy. I'd be shocked if he didn't take one back this year.

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    Re: Only one bright spot in this beatdown.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dub
    Quote Originally Posted by papillon
    Quote Originally Posted by Steelhere10
    Ike played a tremendous game, if you take away the bone head penalty he was outstanding. And some you wanted to let him walk, it still puzzle me.
    The only time Flacco threw his way was out of necessity and I don't believe he completed a pass to a receiver covered by Taylor. The penalty was dumb, but I applaud him for taking for his guys.

    Pappy
    Why would Flacco or any other QB throw to Ike's side when McFadden on the other side cant cover anyone and the free safety is limted in coverage as well?

    I'd throw in Mike Wallace as a bright spot today as well. He showed he can get open and run routes other than the fly pattern.
    Too many garbage yards on offense to give anyone a whole lot of credit. When it counted in the first half the offense was stagnant.

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    Re: Only one bright spot in this beatdown.

    one more bright spot.....troy can bodyslam a midget
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    Re: Only one bright spot in this beatdown.

    Quote Originally Posted by JTP53609
    sepulvada did not get hurt!!
    I noticed that he was wearing a heavy duty knee brace on his right (non-punting) leg, the one which had the ACL torn multiple times. He should continue to wear that for the rest of a career as a preventative measure.


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