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Pick-6 Podcast: NFL Week 9 review

Posted on: November 7, 2011 11:57 am
Edited on: November 9, 2011 10:06 pm
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Posted by Will Brinson & Ryan Wilson

Week 9's action is just about wrapped up and after an exciting Sunday's worth of action we fired up the podcast machine to break down everything that happened.

Is Joe Flacco making the leap? Is Eli Manning elite? Are the Patriots finished? Is Philip Rivers a choker? Why are teams allowed to sidestep concussions in game? Which SEC rookie had the bigger week -- Patrick Peterson or Julio Jones? Did the Browns lose their draft-day trade with the Falcons?

What the hell is Mike Shanahan thinking, in general? Are the Chiefs worthy of being tied for their division lead? Is Tim Tebow improving?

All those questions -- plus much, much more -- in this week's podcast review.

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Since: Nov 8, 2011
Posted on: November 8, 2011 8:38 am
 

Picks-Six Podcast: NFL Week 9 review

I agree that Flacco has a long way to go .However ,nobody is giving Matt Ryan any flack .Joe has won more games .come from behind games and playoffs.Ryan  gets a pass? Sorry they are linked together good and bad.My opinion on Joe is he has no pocket presence and is a fraid to take off with the ball when needed.Still, hes the best talent we`ve had here in Charm City since Vinny Testaverde.Give the man a break.You`d give Ryan one i know.



Since: Dec 3, 2007
Posted on: November 7, 2011 9:38 pm
 

Picks-Six Podcast: NFL Week 9 review

Did Flacco make the leap?  Sure, into his offensive lineman's arms maybe.

While beating the Steelers is an accomplishment, no one gets crowned the first week of November.  The Ravens need to make the playoffs first, then they need to win.  Until then, Flacco has beaten the (mighty) Steelers in Sept and Nov.  Big deal.  Means nothing without the sausage.


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