Did anyone cry when Wilfork and Adalius Thomas got those bunk calls in week one vs the bills????? NO!!!! Tell Ray Lewis to cry about that...the only reason he is crying is because he has never, and will never beat the Patriots. Cry all you want about dropped passes, your recievers are coward pussies....but at the end of the day, your "high flying offense" Led by Joe Flacco scored 14 points, and your big bad defense gave up 27...right when you had the momentum after the defensive TD, your defense layed down and Brady took a big crap on them. Sucks to be you. Oh Yeah, Cal Ripken wears womens underwear
Once again your memory is hazy and clouded by rage over how anyone would dare to try and beat the mighty Patriots and St. Tom. The defensive TD gave them 14 - Flacco threw a pass to McGahee to get 21. The only thing the offense didn't do was finish drives. They moved the ball well all game. Mason looked pretty strong grabbing that first TD when the corner dumped him on his head he still held on. Clayton however is an inconsistent bum and will be gone after this season. Did the defense lay down on the 3 and out with 3:33 left? If Tommy would have gotten one first down the game was over. Instead the Ravens drove 70 yards and just missed. Cal Ripken played the game clean unlike the 'roid twins Papi and Manny.
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