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5 reasons the Ravens won't go to the Superbowl

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by dontdraftcutler, Jun 9, 2006.

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  1. dontdraftcutler Go Cutler!

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    I don't think that article was very persuasive about getting the point across, but anyway, the Ratbirds won't make the playoffs and if they do, its becuase there O-Line stepped up like they used to.
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    I think their division is by far the best reason out there. Age is more of a reason for a couple of years from now, they haven't shown that much decline yet, though I don't think they'll make the playoffs. AFC North could arguably be the best division in the AFC this season, depending on a lot of things, of course.
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    5 reasons? The most obvious reason of the 5 (but not stated in article) is because they suck.
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    I'd still rather they win the SB than Indy win it.
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    Neither Indy nor Ravens will win it. Bet my arse on it. McNair can take his fumblelitis disease to the Ravens.
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    They have also never replaced Will Demps their FS. NFL OCs have a way of exploiting a weak link.
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    6. Vince Young will.
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    If the Ravens don't get much better OL play, McNair won't last long enough to play the Titans in November.
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