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    Default John Harbaugh 11-0 versus sub .500 teams

    This stat doesn't bode well for us today in two aspects.

    What is Tomlins problem with us playing sub par .500 teams? This year alone we lost 4 times to a team with a losing record when we played them.

    Miami has a losing record today

    I thought the days of playing down to our competition went out the window with Cowher. I guess Tomlin and Cowher do have something in common they both fail to get their team ready to play against the league's scrubs.

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    Default Re: John Harbaugh 11-0 versus sub .500 teams

    IT also doesnt bode well for the Ravens chances in the playoffs either. John Harbaugh's Ravens are a putrid 5-11 against teams with winnings records the past 2 seasons. They feed off of bottom feeders

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    If Frye had not gotten hurt today, there is a very good chance the Ravs would have been done--- He was playing well--- Raiders had no chance once professor Klump came in---

    The Ravs wont win a playoff game.

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    Default Re: John Harbaugh 11-0 versus sub .500 teams

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    IT also doesnt bode well for the Ravens chances in the playoffs either. John Harbaugh's Ravens are a putrid 5-11 against teams with winnings records the past 2 seasons. They feed off of bottom feeders

    Good point. However, he is losing to better competition which is excusable as compared to us losing to worse competition which is inexcusable.

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    Default Re: John Harbaugh 11-0 versus sub .500 teams

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    If Frye had not gotten hurt today, there is a very good chance the Ravs would have been done--- He was playing well--- Raiders had no chance once professor Klump came in---

    The Ravs wont win a playoff game.
    Their chances are not that bad against the Pats now, Welker out and Brady with broken ribs and a finger.

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    Default Re: John Harbaugh 11-0 versus sub .500 teams

    Ok---so they will lose by 17 now, instead of 24

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    Ok---so they will lose by 17 now, instead of 24
    Didn't they beat a totally healthy Pats team this year?

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    Didn't they beat a totally healthy Pats team this year?
    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/recap?gameId=291004017

    No? 27-21 loss.

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