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People love to downplay EVERYONE ELSE's weapons(Ryan haters), but how many WRs make that play that Boldin did on that 3rd down, or the play he made on that long pass that Flacco just threw up? And how many #3 WRs make the plays that Jacoby Jones did?

The only thing I hear in the Flacco vs Ryan debate is that Flacco has inferior offensive talent around him but has won more games. Flacco has excellent offensive talent around him, and he also has Ray Rice and that talented rookie RB, which is times better than our run game. His OL has been consistently good since he came in the league. I'm not downplaying Flacco's accomplishments, but saying Ryan has better offensive talent around him is a misconception. The gap in talent is closer than you think.

The Ravens have way more defensive talent than we do, better coaches, and their offensive talent isn't inferior to ours.

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That Boldin play had Julio written all over it.

Boldin was more or less quiet this season and waited until when it mattered (the 'offs) to turn it up. Not exactly sure you can fault him for that because..... let's face it, he just earned a ring last night.

But I definitely feel that we have the more CONSISTENT weapons.

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That Boldin play had Julio written all over it.

Boldin was more or less quiet this season and waited until when it mattered (the 'offs) to turn it up. Not exactly sure you can fault him for that because..... let's face it, he just earned a ring last night.

But I definitely feel that we have the more CONSISTENT weapons.

Boldin's problem was that he's best when in the slot but Cameron kept having him play outside. They got rid of Cameron, Boldin starts playing in the slot more, and, surprise surprise, he becomes the player they originally traded for.

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He has always been on a more talented team, thus the postseason success. I mean didn't he win a playoff game with throwing only like 9 passes a few years back.

As you stated, our Receivers are better, but not by much. Boldin, Jones, Smith, Pitta, matchup well against our guys. They have just never allowed Flacco to play on offense until recently. They never trusted him I don't think. I guess firing C. Cameron had something to do with his improvement. He had a great Postseason, and Boldin really stepped up, as I thought he was declining based on the last couple of years.

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We have the weapons Tony or no Tony next season. I expect we pick another WR with skills in the 567 rnds

There is probably one guy that is mint that sinks that low. Probably someone who has Kick returns skills ala Jacoby Jones or the freak who plays for Denver (name escapes me)

I would love to pick up Chad Bumphis and Ace Sanders. Bumphis is very underrated and would be a good insurance policy in case Douglas doesn't step it up (which he probably won't) and Ace Sanders would be decent WR depth but more important an explosive return specialist.

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I would love to pick up Chad Bumphis and Ace Sanders. Bumphis is very underrated and would be a good insurance policy in case Douglas doesn't step it up (which he probably won't) and Ace Sanders would be decent WR depth but more important an explosive return specialist.

I do hope that we pick up a guy like Sanders who is explosive on returns. We really need a fast guy like that back there.

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I've always found it funny that people know Ozzie is a top drafter, and has run that shop for over a decade, and crow that they wish we could find talent like they do...and then at the same time try to claim the Falcons are as talented (for only specific arguments).

They aren't. The Ravens are more talented and well rounded, but the Falcons showed this year they can work around their weaknesses as long as their strengths are strong enough. I hope over the next few years the Falcons become as well rounded as the Ravens, as it gives you a lot more ways to win.

But, in the game yesterday, Niners are even more talented, and they lost. So, a whole lot goes into winning a Superbowl. Talent, coaching, luck.

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People love to downplay EVERYONE ELSE's weapons(Ryan haters), but how many WRs make that play that Boldin did on that 3rd down, or the play he made on that long pass that Flacco just threw up? And how many #3 WRs make the plays that Jacoby Jones did?

The only thing I hear in the Flacco vs Ryan debate is that Flacco has inferior offensive talent around him but has won more games. Flacco has excellent offensive talent around him, and he also has Ray Rice and that talented rookie RB, which is times better than our run game. His OL has been consistently good since he came in the league. I'm not downplaying Flacco's accomplishments, but saying Ryan has better offensive talent around him is a misconception. The gap in talent is closer than you think.

The Ravens have way more defensive talent than we do, better coaches, and their offensive talent isn't inferior to ours.

You're really struggling with the Flacco/Ryan debate huh? Let it go bro.
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People love to downplay EVERYONE ELSE's weapons(Ryan haters), but how many WRs make that play that Boldin did on that 3rd down, or the play he made on that long pass that Flacco just threw up? And how many #3 WRs make the plays that Jacoby Jones did?

The only thing I hear in the Flacco vs Ryan debate is that Flacco has inferior offensive talent around him but has won more games. Flacco has excellent offensive talent around him, and he also has Ray Rice and that talented rookie RB, which is times better than our run game. His OL has been consistently good since he came in the league. I'm not downplaying Flacco's accomplishments, but saying Ryan has better offensive talent around him is a misconception. The gap in talent is closer than you think.

The Ravens have way more defensive talent than we do, better coaches, and their offensive talent isn't inferior to ours.

to answer ur question Julio Jones makes Boldin type plays and Harry Douglas makes the Jacoby Jones type plays.

Dont forget the play that harry made to get us to the NFCCG on the final drive in the divisional round. he got drilled in the back as he was coming down with the ball and still held on.

I know i will get flamed on Douglas about the near drop in the NFCCG but that pass was terrible and he changed his route to make the play.

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People love to downplay EVERYONE ELSE's weapons(Ryan haters), but how many WRs make that play that Boldin did on that 3rd down, or the play he made on that long pass that Flacco just threw up? And how many #3 WRs make the plays that Jacoby Jones did?

The only thing I hear in the Flacco vs Ryan debate is that Flacco has inferior offensive talent around him but has won more games. Flacco has excellent offensive talent around him, and he also has Ray Rice and that talented rookie RB, which is times better than our run game. His OL has been consistently good since he came in the league. I'm not downplaying Flacco's accomplishments, but saying Ryan has better offensive talent around him is a misconception. The gap in talent is closer than you think.

The Ravens have way more defensive talent than we do, better coaches, and their offensive talent isn't inferior to ours.

yes that sub 3ypc run game carried joey ice last night. lmao
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