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Old 01-12-2013, 11:08 PM   #105
ozomulsion
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Originally Posted by razorwire77 View Post
To me, this is the worst loss in franchise history. I usually love the draft, love pre-season, training camp etc., but not sure if I can get up for it again.

It would be one thing if Ray Lewis just destroyed things. If Ed Reed played out of his mind and had 2 picks. But Baltimore kept trying to give us the game and Denver just didn't have the heart to finish it. John Fox didn't have the balls to coach to end it. That's probably the most timid, passive, garbage football I've seen at the end of any game. Once the shock wears off, I'll be taking a vacation from here too. This place will be unbearable for the foreseeable future.
96 was the worst loss. This team went out in typical PM fashion. He's 9-11 in the post season, and had many teams as capable as this one. He can thank Bob Sanders for 3 of those wins. All his best games, and most amazing throws come in the regular season. You should not be surprised. Not a bit.
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