The W
Views: 121050657
Main | FAQ | Search: Y! / G | Color chart | Log in for more!
21.2.10 1320
The 7 - Football - The Wildest 2nd Quarter ever Register and log in to post!
(1715 newer) Next thread | Previous thread
User
Post (10 total)
Grimis
Scrapple
Level: 127

Posts: 415/4700
EXP: 23544326
For next: 182305

Since: 11.7.02
From: MD

Since last post: 2121 days
Last activity: 576 days
#1 Posted on 1.10.02 0557.42
Reposted on: 1.10.09 0558.11
Well...my Ravens had quite the night last night. 31 points in the second quarter. A drive consisting mostly of penalty yards(there were flags on three straight plays, all of the 15 yard variety). And then to cap it all off, I didn't even know you could return a punt, nevermind return it a record-breaking 108 yards.

OK; I'm done gloating now. The real question is can they do it again against Cleveland.
Promote this thread!
haz
Landjager
Level: 63

Posts: 265/904
EXP: 2021073
For next: 76090

Since: 2.1.02
From: Whitby, Ontario, Canada

Since last post: 924 days
Last activity: 533 days
#2 Posted on 1.10.02 0758.10
Reposted on: 1.10.09 0759.01

    Originally posted by Grimis
    Well...my Ravens had quite the night last night. 31 points in the second quarter. A drive consisting mostly of penalty yards(there were flags on three straight plays, all of the 15 yard variety). And then to cap it all off, I didn't even know you could return a punt, nevermind return it a record-breaking 108 yards.

    OK; I'm done gloating now. The real question is can they do it again against Cleveland.



Wasn't a punt returned for 108 yards, but a field goal. Looked like McAllister was just going to go down at first and probably did not even know if what he was doing was legal. Full credit to him for running it all the way back, though!!!

The Broncos just played stupid last night, especially on D. The 15-yard penalties were ridiculous. Plus O'Neal gets himself tossed. Bumping the ref is just so stupid, especially when the interference was a good call.

Full props to the Ravens. They took advantage of everything given to them last night.

Oh, and Ray Lewis is a freaking monster!!!
Grimis
Scrapple
Level: 127

Posts: 417/4700
EXP: 23544326
For next: 182305

Since: 11.7.02
From: MD

Since last post: 2121 days
Last activity: 576 days
#3 Posted on 1.10.02 0842.51
Reposted on: 1.10.09 0856.12
Damn I'm retarted. I meant to say field-goal(hell I watched the damn thing. But it was incredible. McAlister was talking like it was a play they have practiced before.

Ray Lewis is the best player in the NFL, bar none.
evilwaldo
Lap cheong
Level: 80

Posts: 681/1597
EXP: 4730122
For next: 52867

Since: 7.2.02
From: New York, NY

Since last post: 4260 days
Last activity: 4040 days
AIM:  
#4 Posted on 1.10.02 0904.50
Reposted on: 1.10.09 0908.09
You have to give the Ravens credit on the runback for knowing the rules. Most people never knew that the ball was stil live.
dunkndollaz
Banger
Back to Back Survivor
Level: 100

Posts: 522/2629
EXP: 10022423
For next: 332009

Since: 3.1.02
From: Northern NJ

Since last post: 11 days
Last activity: 6 hours
#5 Posted on 1.10.02 0937.28
Reposted on: 1.10.09 0939.21
That game started to unravel for the Donkeys when they said that Lelie dropped the ball - O'Neals mental gaffe confirmed it and the 108 yard runback disgusted me so much I couldn't even flip the channel over to RAW - the TV just turned off.....I wonder what Griese will trip over this week
Zeruel
Thirty Millionth Hit
Moderator
Level: 134

Posts: 1043/5282
EXP: 28544263
For next: 42785

Since: 2.1.02
From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary.

Since last post: 85 days
Last activity: 1 day
#6 Posted on 1.10.02 1133.46
Reposted on: 1.10.09 1136.01
who was that punk on the broncos that kept getting nailed when he returned a punt? didn't anyone tell him that he doesn't HAVE to touch the ball?

that one hit he took almost folded hin in half

go Ravens!
go Skins!
two wins between them!
Jubuki
Kolbasz
Level: 48

Posts: 442/482
EXP: 772858
For next: 50690

Since: 16.7.02

Since last post: 5244 days
Last activity: 5228 days
#7 Posted on 1.10.02 1509.34
Reposted on: 1.10.09 1515.03
I turned it on just as he was running it out. Great play. The second quarter must've been W4's Nutty Period, as it was also when Seattle ran up 3 scores in less than 2 minutes on Minnesota. A bit like all the hairy OT games in week 2. I wonder what this week's Nutty Period will be, if we get one.

(edited by Jubuki on 2.10.02 0420)
CajunMan
Boudin blanc
No longer registered
Level: 97

Posts: 806/2483
EXP: 9199791
For next: 117567

Since: 2.1.02
From: Give me a Title shot!

Since last post: 1951 days
Last activity: 1088 days
#8 Posted on 1.10.02 1521.07
Reposted on: 1.10.09 1524.29
You know I forgot about this game until another show reminded me that MNF was on and to switch the channel.

What a wild September in the NFL.
BobHollySTILLRules
Bockwurst
Level: 52

Posts: 539/573
EXP: 1019805
For next: 64043

Since: 3.1.02
From: C-Bus, Ohio

Since last post: 5236 days
Last activity: 5236 days
#9 Posted on 5.10.02 0946.43
Reposted on: 5.10.09 0948.33

    Originally posted by haz

    Wasn't a punt returned for 108 yards, but a field goal. Looked like McAllister was just going to go down at first and probably did not even know if what he was doing was legal. Full credit to him for running it all the way back, though!!!



Supposedly, that's exactly what he's supposed to do. They actually have a play designed for that situation and the "key" to the play is for the guy who gets the ball to look confused and hesitant, thus (hopefully) relaxing the opposing team, thinking he's not going to do anything.

Granted, McAllister might have just made that up to make himself look better. Who knows?
Zeruel
Thirty Millionth Hit
Moderator
Level: 134

Posts: 1082/5282
EXP: 28544263
For next: 42785

Since: 2.1.02
From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary.

Since last post: 85 days
Last activity: 1 day
#10 Posted on 5.10.02 1308.32
Reposted on: 5.10.09 1309.02

    Originally posted by BobHollySTILLRules

      Originally posted by haz

      Wasn't a punt returned for 108 yards, but a field goal. Looked like McAllister was just going to go down at first and probably did not even know if what he was doing was legal. Full credit to him for running it all the way back, though!!!



    Supposedly, that's exactly what he's supposed to do. They actually have a play designed for that situation and the "key" to the play is for the guy who gets the ball to look confused and hesitant, thus (hopefully) relaxing the opposing team, thinking he's not going to do anything.

    Granted, McAllister might have just made that up to make himself look better. Who knows?



billick said that it's a play they practice on a reg. basis...and now other teams will be looking out for it/trying it.

you have to credit coach for knowing the rules.
ALL ORIGINAL POSTS IN THIS THREAD ARE NOW AVAILABLE
Thread ahead: Packers win!
Next thread: The CFB Famous 15 for 10/8
Previous thread: Over Time
(1715 newer) Next thread | Previous thread
Related threads: Heartbreak Hotel - Baltimore Ravens Victim of the Salary Cap - Take That, Brian Billick - More...
The 7 - Football - The Wildest 2nd Quarter everRegister and log in to post!

The W™ message board - 7 year recycle

ZimBoard
©2001-2015 Brothers Zim
This old hunk of junk rendered your page in 0.512 seconds.