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Playing through injury. It’s admirable to post every game, be ready to battle, etc, etc, but if one can’t help the team maybe it’s time to get healthy.
Turnovers, muffed punts and dropped balls aren’t something we look for in a playoff-hopeful team but the sky is not falling.
Glenn is impressed with the hunger, fight, will and determination of this Orioles ball club and it showed Wednesday.
I’ve always said the NFL is our reality TV… I never thought it’d be full blown real house men of the NFL. The story lines have been bombastic, sensational and sad, to say the least. […]
Andy Dalton & the Bengals beat the Ravens in Baltimore 23-16 for so many reasons it would melt the mind. Lack of rhythm on offense comes to mind, lack of pass rush on defense too but… To me it’s 3 things that went the wrong way that caused Dalton to leave Baltimore with his first win as a pro.
This is not a brain teaser but rather my simple, what-if and maybe list of who I think might have a chance to maybe be a good enough team to probably get into the playoffs.
Was that Rays game Tuesday a joke or what? Over 3 & a half hours? In a 4-2 Baltimore win? Geez. What a grind! Can someone tell Joe Madden they can roll over now? Don’t […]
So you say golf is struggling. The game is losing viewers, players, spenders. The masses, right? Golf is down, that’s the theme. Why?
Terrence Cody has been injury plagued and grass stained in his years with the Ravens. Is it time the team cuts their losses with this 2010 2nd round draft pick?
Glenn talks about the hate Orioles’ RHP Ubaldo Jimenez received for picking up the check for the Single-A Aberdeen Ironbirds’ dinner while on a rehab stint.
Glenn talks about fan’s obsession with making trades and the thought process that the Orioles “NEED” to make trades to be in contention.
With the USMNT making it to the knockout round of 16 losing yesterday to Belgium, the soccer hater can now say, “Thank God, no more soccer talk.”