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Ron Rivera: "Greg will be here at the right moment/appropriate time"

13 October 2014 - 03:44 PM

yes ANOTHER Hardy thread, who cares...


anyway, apparently he is still on the agenda which makes me further think he has not taken his last snap as a panther. Frank Alexander, who knows... Just reading between the lines, it seems Greg will be back after Nov 17 regardless of the outcome. thus he will be back on our bye week. Looking ahead, I think we run the table for the remaining games after the bye so we must win at least 2 of the next 5 at minimum for that solid Playoff spot. I'm calling it 10-5-1 but I'm not sure if that will be a #2 or 3 seed. Hopefully my assumptions are correct


7 min mark: http://www.carolinah...do=new_post&f=7


also I think the saints finish 8-8 and the falcons finish 5-11 giving one loss to tampa. tampa is laughable at this point but will beat the falcons. 

Total meltdown on Falcons board

12 October 2014 - 04:25 PM

apparently they are pissed they missed much of their game due to our game playing. This game is making them realize how much they suck and they are having a serious reality check. To make things better, when the game switched over for them they were losing as they have been.... on a side note, it maybe one or two classy folks on their board.... and yes I lurk there it has been pure comedy this season. Its been brewing for 3 weeks... 



Looking ahead: Alexander, Addison, or Horton

29 September 2014 - 07:18 AM

who is the starter that helps the line regain the run defense stance?

Stephen Hill "Before and After?"

24 September 2014 - 11:38 AM









Props to Jeremy IGO for the before pic...


So is this guy improving or just "practice girl" status? anything?


Based on the pics I'd say Ricky will be getting a raise soon!

John Harbaugh's Advice To Steve Smith: Shock The World

23 September 2014 - 07:42 AM

last week is done....so here we go... 




The head coach said Steve Smith could ‘shock the world’ by not saying anything during Carolina week.

Steve Smith Sr. has had the Week 4 matchup with the Carolina Panthers circled on his calendar for months.

From the time that the veteran wide receiver signed with the Ravens in March, he’s been answering questions about the eventual matchup with the team he spent 13 seasons with. Now that the game is just six days away, the focus throughout the week will be on the fiery pass catcher gearing up for the much-anticipated showdown.

Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh was asked Monday about his advice for Smith heading into Sunday’s game at M&T Bank Stadium.

Harbaugh looked into the cameras, noting he thinks Steve would be watching.

“My advice to Steve will be, ‘Shock the world. Surprise everybody. Don’t even say a word the whole game. Go into a shell,’” Harbaugh said with a smile. “But I don’t think he’s going to take that advice.”

Smith, who leads the Ravens with 290 receiving yards on 18 catches, is known for his intensity when he gets on the football field. Facing his old team that cut him after a record-setting tenure with the franchise is expected to bring that emotion and passion to an even greater level.

When Smith signed with the Ravens six months ago, part of the attraction to the franchise was that Harbaugh told Smith, “We want you to be yourself.” Harbaugh and the Ravens know Smith will be fired up for the contest, and he reiterated the message that he delivered to Smith on his very first day in Baltimore. 

“I think he’s going to be himself,” Harbaugh said. “Steve knows how to control his emotions. He’s going to be fired up. He’s knows how to channel that. He knows how to focus that the right way.”



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