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Next Up: @ Dolphins

Discussion in 'Ravens Talk' started by rossihunter2, Sep 3, 2019.


How many sacks do the ravens get @ Miami

Poll closed Sep 8, 2019.
  1. 0-1

  2. 2-4

  3. 5+

  1. Dolphins selling their best players for picks - not hiding any intent to go for the 1st overall pick and stock pile draft capital

    fitzmagic as the starter - will inevitably be annoyingly good
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  2. If we don't get 5+ sacks against this O-line then we're in some serious trouble.
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  3. Yo wtf?! Shouldn't it be "Next Up" instead of "Up Next?" Or......is this intentional as we enter the Lamar Era?
  4. I saw that eight of the 12 players on the Dolphins' calendar have been traded. Granted that probably says more about the timing of the calendar than anything, but if we lose I don't think pessimism about our season will be entirely unjustified.
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  5. changed it
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  6. For better or worse the Ravens always crush the Dolphins.
  7. W.

    Fitzpatrick will throw 2 INTs in 1st half, then they put Rosen in and he gets sacked 4 times.
  8. None. Terrell Suggs and zadarius Smith and Eric weddle are irreplaceable. Fitzmagic will make it rain and it will be SZN OVR by halftime. Lamar Jackson will fumble 8 times on 4 drop backs and throw like a true RB would.
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  9. Speaking of QB fumbles, I was watching the Notre Dame/Lousville game last night and I swear I saw the Louisville QB fumble the ball like 3 different times. This better not be contagious among Louisville QBs. Come Sunday, I better not be saying "You can take the Lamar out of Louisville, but you can't take the Louisville out of Lamar."
  10. Different coach at Louisville now, so hopefully we're OK.
  11. I'd love a repeat of last year's opener, but I'm afraid Fitz isn't Peterman. Nonetheless, if their defense is anywhere near as bad as they were last year, we should be able to jam it down their throats. I'd love to see us just be able to play them straight up, nothing fancy and maul them. That means, keep turnovers to a minimum and walk out with a W.
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  12. That was kind of what I was getting at in addition to Hollywood also being so low. I know I'll get flack for this but I do believe Scott should probably be ahead of Boykin right now. I also think there's probably no reason that Hollywood should not be starting.
  13. The good thing is.. it will change as season goes.. snead and moore? Most def one of the worst starting wr tandem if not the worst
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  14. I don't think Hollywood will even be active this Sunday. This preseason Moore has looked good, Boykin and Scott have all shown reason to be ahead and that's discounting Roberts. Snead is the slot receiver so that basically means there is no room to dress Hollywood right now which is fine because it gives him more time to get healthy.
  15. Idk we have trouble against them when they're winless.
  16. The team is clearly playing games with the depth chart. I imagine snap count will be wildly different than what is represented.
  17. They already came out and said that Hollywood is "full-go" for Week 1 so unless they absolutely need someone else at another position then I don't see how they could sit him out. He needs the reps and, aside from that, he's still a dangerous threat to be accounted for even while he's slowly easing into the offense.

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