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he actually would have been 5/9. The two passes negated by the penalties weren't counted as pass attempts, so he would have had 2 more completions, but 2 more attempts.

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For the most part I think separation was fine...the big problem was the Defensive Linemen in Moores face the entire night! I don't think I have watched a preseason game with that many blitz packages set up! It seemed like they blitz on every down...poor Matt didn't really have time to survey the field; which makes Jimmy's outting even more impressive! Ops no one open down field, pocket closing in...lets shovel pass it!!! Loved it!

Clausen will probably get the same praise next week. Moore will see an aggressive and possibly the best D in the NFL in the Jets next week. Rex will bring heat also with his studs. With no Smitty, there ain't much concern in what you dial up. Then Clausen will come in to play the scrubs.

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I thought Jimmy Clausen was very impressive last night considering it was his NFL debut.

I believe he is really going to be something real special,given a little time.

I feel Matt Moore did a good job considering he had blitzers in his face most of the time.

I was listening to Frank Garcia ,on todays Frank and Buck radio show and he said the Panthers did not scheme to pick up the blitzes in the Ravens game,the way they would in a regular season game.

Consequently,the nonblitz pickup planning permitted the pressure on Moore,thereby not allowing him time to throw and causing a fumble by a blind side hit.

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he actually would have been 5/9. The two passes negated by the penalties weren't counted as pass attempts, so he would have had 2 more completions, but 2 more attempts.

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Consequently,the nonblitz pickup planning permitted the pressure on Moore,thereby not allowing him time to throw and causing a fumble by a blind side hit.

While I agree for the most part, everyone in the stadium except Matt Moore saw that blitz coming that caused him to fumble. The Ravens made no attempt to disguise it before the snap. It was obviously coming.

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Keep in mind too that Clausen was facing a bunch of Raven's 2nd stringers. I'd be interested to see if he could hang with starters.

Clausen wasn't playing with the first string offense either though. Do you really believe our second team offense is better than their second team defense? If you ask me they have a lot more going for them than we do when it comes to the second string. Clausen looked good. I would be willing to bet he would have been just as good if not better running with the first team and not having to deal with the crappy weather and grip on the ball.

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why doesn matt moore make pregame reads like JC does? clausen looked manningesque when he was making all the pre snap adjustments

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Matt Moore can eat just one Lay's Potato Chip. Don't tell Matt what he can't fuging do.

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Now that I am home from work I want to comment on something that I keep reading.

People are saying in one thread that the defenders that Clausen was seeing were guys who normally wouldn't even play during the regular season. No offense but if not for injuries, the same would be said about the current starting secondary for the Ravens. Moore should have exposed them.

Also, everyone is saying that Moore had no time to throw the ball because of constant blitzing. Clausen had little time to throw as well because of the blitzing, but the difference is Clausen determined who the blitzers were before the snap and not just knew he had to get rid of the ball quickly, he did get rid of the ball quickly.

There was a play last night where my fiance who barely watches football called that the Ravens were about to blitz Moore. It looked like everyone on the field and everyone at the game knew a blitz was coming but for whatever reason Moore just never read it.

It seems that locally people aren't as high hopes for Clausen as other fan bases are about their young QBs. New York thinks the world of Mark Sanchez and Detroit thinks the world of Matt Stafford. Both of them never looked as poised and confident as Clausen did last night.

Carolina should be beyond happy to have him on their roster and the fans should be happy knowing that the future at the QB position here seems to be in good hands down the road.

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matt moore can eat just one lay's potato chip. Don't tell matt what he can't f**king do.

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Now that I am home from work I want to comment on something that I keep reading.

People are saying in one thread that the defenders that Clausen was seeing were guys who normally wouldn't even play during the regular season. No offense but if not for injuries, the same would be said about the current starting secondary for the Ravens. Moore should have exposed them.

Also, everyone is saying that Moore had no time to throw the ball because of constant blitzing. Clausen had little time to throw as well because of the blitzing, but the difference is Clausen determined who the blitzers were before the snap and not just knew he had to get rid of the ball quickly, he did get rid of the ball quickly.

There was a play last night where my fiance who barely watches football called that the Ravens were about to blitz Moore. It looked like everyone on the field and everyone at the game knew a blitz was coming but for whatever reason Moore just never read it.

It seems that locally people aren't as high hopes for Clausen as other fan bases are about their young QBs. New York thinks the world of Mark Sanchez and Detroit thinks the world of Matt Stafford. Both of them never looked as poised and confident as Clausen did last night.

Carolina should be beyond happy to have him on their roster and the fans should be happy knowing that the future at the QB position here seems to be in good hands down the road.

Oh I'm extremly happy! But why can't you like both QB's? I do...I'm excited about where we will probably end up with Clausen but I'm equally excited about where Matt Moore can take us NOW!

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Now that I am home from work I want to comment on something that I keep reading.

People are saying in one thread that the defenders that Clausen was seeing were guys who normally wouldn't even play during the regular season. No offense but if not for injuries, the same would be said about the current starting secondary for the Ravens. Moore should have exposed them.

Also, everyone is saying that Moore had no time to throw the ball because of constant blitzing. Clausen had little time to throw as well because of the blitzing, but the difference is Clausen determined who the blitzers were before the snap and not just knew he had to get rid of the ball quickly, he did get rid of the ball quickly.

There was a play last night where my fiance who barely watches football called that the Ravens were about to blitz Moore. It looked like everyone on the field and everyone at the game knew a blitz was coming but for whatever reason Moore just never read it.

It seems that locally people aren't as high hopes for Clausen as other fan bases are about their young QBs. New York thinks the world of Mark Sanchez and Detroit thinks the world of Matt Stafford. Both of them never looked as poised and confident as Clausen did last night.

Carolina should be beyond happy to have him on their roster and the fans should be happy knowing that the future at the QB position here seems to be in good hands down the road.

Well if I was on the sideline watching all those blitzes as Clausen was, I can pretty much guarantee you I would be watching for blitzes when I went in.

Clausen certainly looks the part but I was not impressed with the passing. The Moore pass was almost picked off and against a stronger secondary, probably would have been, the pass against the grain was bone-headed, The leFell pass in the end zone should have been a litttle higher as he had the height advantage over the defender and while the receiver slipped on the INT, it wasn't the best thrown ball anyway.

And I agree, the fans should be happy knowing that the future at the QB position here seems to be in good hands down the road. Matt Moore will do a fine job:thumbsup:

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