TOO MUCH is being made of the FATIGUE factor for the RAVENS

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Posted: 1/20/2013 8:59:51 PM
Fatigue looks to be slowing down balty 
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:02:58 PM
probably not the best time to be talking about fatigue if you're looking to be smart buddy
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:10:47 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by BigNiner:

probably not the best time to be talking about fatigue if you're looking to be smart buddy

Oh really? Why's that? Didn't you say you would be shocked if balty kept this within 20? You and plenty of others thought I was nuts on the fatigue issue. My + 9 and ML is golden. darn fatigue in a title game.
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:12:14 PM
FCUK YEAH!!!!!
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:17:38 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Mack05:

absolute nonsense Fserpico. Clearly you have never played sports at a HIGH level. the Ravens were completed gassed in the 4th quarter last week. If you can't see that then you are blind. They were gassed because of such an emotional effort the week before because if the history with the Colts as well as the altitude factor. 

I don't care how resilient you are there will come a time when you go back to the well one too many times that nothing is left. I Could give you NUMEROUS examples in sport where teams played back to back big games and then it eventually caught up with them. I've seen so many semi finals in sport where the underdog pulls off a huge upset only to come out flat in the final. It's so hard to get back up to that level a week or so later.

Sport at this level is played at an incredibly intensive level. There is a reason the NFL season is 20 or so weeks. It's because of the heavy demands of the game. For you to think fatigue will not be a factor in this game is VERY naive. You need more then 8 days to recover fully because of the physical, mental and emotional effort put into a game...

I'm not saying the Ravens can't cover but fatigue WILL be a factor, especially with an old team and the Ravens are an old team. Fatigue leads to drop passes, fumbles, bad coverage, dropped interceptions. I think it will be fatigue which causes the Ravens to lose this game more then anything else. I see a close first half and then then Pats pulling away 4th quarter....

When the game is over Sunday you will realise just how little you know about the dynamics of top class sports...




So much do you think I know about the dynamics of sports now? Jerk0ff..
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:22:41 PM
Patriots backers... ship has sunk (as previously mentioned)
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:26:26 PM
Great points and good call Serpico
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:32:30 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by theclaw:

In the past 15 years 10 teams playing in the wild card round made the SB. Seems to be the trend these days.

One of those teams played the 5th longest games in history, 75:10 compared to the Ravens 76:42, and the 2003 Panthers would go on to defeat the no.1 seeded Eagles and cover the spread against................quess who.................these same Tom Brady led Pats in the SB.

There's one example of a team playing a long game doing well in the weeks to follow,  not sure of others thou.................................

Add the Ravens to the list, now 11 wild card round teams in 16 years.

 

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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:35:03 PM
Shows how little these fools know about the game--each play only lasts about 7 seconds, so being "on the field" an extra 20 minutes is meaningless.  Most of the time is spent huddling, breaking the huddle, and getting up off the ground after the play is over.
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:38:32 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by FSerpico:


Oh really? Why's that? Didn't you say you would be shocked if balty kept this within 20? You and plenty of others thought I was nuts on the fatigue issue. My + 9 and ML is golden. darn fatigue in a title game.

 

You nailed it buddy. Shocked, but you hit it head on. I was wrong

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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:41:48 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Mack05:

absolute nonsense Fserpico. Clearly you have never played sports at a HIGH level. the Ravens were completed gassed in the 4th quarter last week. If you can't see that then you are blind. They were gassed because of such an emotional effort the week before because if the history with the Colts as well as the altitude factor. 

I don't care how resilient you are there will come a time when you go back to the well one too many times that nothing is left. I Could give you NUMEROUS examples in sport where teams played back to back big games and then it eventually caught up with them. I've seen so many semi finals in sport where the underdog pulls off a huge upset only to come out flat in the final. It's so hard to get back up to that level a week or so later.

Sport at this level is played at an incredibly intensive level. There is a reason the NFL season is 20 or so weeks. It's because of the heavy demands of the game. For you to think fatigue will not be a factor in this game is VERY naive. You need more then 8 days to recover fully because of the physical, mental and emotional effort put into a game...

I'm not saying the Ravens can't cover but fatigue WILL be a factor, especially with an old team and the Ravens are an old team. Fatigue leads to drop passes, fumbles, bad coverage, dropped interceptions. I think it will be fatigue which causes the Ravens to lose this game more then anything else. I see a close first half and then then Pats pulling away 4th quarter....

When the game is over Sunday you will realise just how little you know about the dynamics of top class sports...


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These are professional athletes....

They get paid MILLIONS to train for exact reasons like this....

The fact people thought the Ravens would lose cause of fatigue is a reason people shouldnt bet on sports....

 

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Posted: 1/21/2013 11:38:52 AM

where are the morons now ... you guys dont know squat about football or capping game lets see where is

 

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Posted: 1/21/2013 11:40:50 AM
WHERE ARE YA NOW BIGNINER OR MAYBE BIGLOSER YOU IDIOT..YOU DONT KNOW SQUAT ABOUT FOOTBALL NOT GO BACK AND FLIP MY BURGER I NEED TO GET OUT OF HERE LOLOLOL
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Posted: 1/21/2013 11:54:43 AM
QUOTE

Originally Posted by WilliamMunny:

WHERE ARE YA NOW BIGNINER OR MAYBE BIGLOSER YOU IDIOT..YOU DONT KNOW SQUAT ABOUT FOOTBALL NOT GO BACK AND FLIP MY BURGER I NEED TO GET OUT OF HERE LOLOLOL

 

Where am I?

 

I can't back after the game and said I was wrong. What else can I do?

 

You are still trying to learn to read a calendar

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Posted: 1/21/2013 11:57:01 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by WilliamMunny:


Your an idiot 31-24 yeah that a blowout and it was jan 15 2010 lol

 

you figure out that calendar thingy yet?

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