Ravens Wired vs. the Patriots: Make A Statement

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, November 5, 2019
  • The sights and sounds of the game as the Ravens take down the Patriots 37-20 on Sunday Night Football.

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  • Maisen Bell
    Maisen Bell  7 days ago

    If Edelman didn’t fumble we would have of had a better chance smh

  • Kuya Rick Kelley
    Kuya Rick Kelley  7 days ago +1

    Spoiler alert: they did not see each other again in January

  • Daniel Jo
    Daniel Jo  7 days ago

    I’ve watched this a few times already but I just caught Mark Ingram rollin up to Humphrey after the int return. Hella intense 😂

  • Sharmake Dahir
    Sharmake Dahir  14 days ago

    He was finna be out his teammate messed it up😭😭 4:03

  • Jalisa Hamilton
    Jalisa Hamilton  14 days ago

    Lanar changed the damn game 🐐💜🤞🏾

  • Brian Harrell
    Brian Harrell  14 days ago

    Been a fan since flacco, lewis, reed, boldin, and rice were on the team. The Ravens are BACK BABY

  • Tom Ross TV
    Tom Ross TV  14 days ago

    They Pray and Pray on my downfall.. Notorious BIG

  • Matt G
    Matt G  14 days ago +2

    I guess these two teams won’t be seeing each other in January

  • Martin Espinoza
    Martin Espinoza  14 days ago

    They just got lucky man go patriots

  • jay williams
    jay williams  14 days ago

    What happened to the people who said black quarter backs can't win the big ones be careful what you wish for a black man in uniform with number 8 distroyed Tom Brady

  • kay and kids all day long

    I honestly love each and every player even how bench is nice go Ravens go please Harbaugh keep this team together they all get along so well I love it

  • Amann
    Amann  21 days ago

    Patriots lost that game when Edelman fumbled the ball.

    CEMPS  21 days ago +1

    i love how Lamar is a respectful young man showing love for the Vet Tom Brady calling him The Goat

  • Kaylee Aldridge
    Kaylee Aldridge  21 days ago +1

    once a raven always a raven 💜

  • Truth Speaker
    Truth Speaker  21 days ago +2

    I'm actually a Rugby Fan but I'm gonna start following NFL in 2020 because of Lamar Jackson.

    TEAM FRACTURE  21 days ago +1

    No Little Dogs... Only Big Dogs.

    TEAM FRACTURE  21 days ago +1

    The Revolution Is Here #newera8

  • O'BEN
    O'BEN  21 days ago +1

    Whoever edits this videos
    Needs a raise ASAP



    I'm going to go out on a limb, here, and predict that the Patriots will find their way to yet another Super Bowl appearance. Yes, I think they are a pretty crappy team with a noodle-arm senior citizen at quarterback...and they are no where near as good as the Ravens or the Chiefs. But we still have President Trump - a Patriots fan and probably a guy who exerts strong influence over the government-mandated NFL script.

    *We also have the new 'fake bust' - which indicates that the script is preparing for a massive Patriot success and wants to alleviate everyone's suspicion by making it appear that the Patriots are not exempt from the normal league-office scrutiny that other NFL teams might have.

    *We also have the fading abilities of Brady - who has the opportunity to play in TEN Super Bowls by winning the AFC conference this season. Since he's fading fast and already looks like an inept passer there will surely be an major emphasis on getting him into that tenth Super Bowl this post-season as it may be 'now or never'.

    Here's an article about the love of Brady and Trump:

    "Donald Trump loves to brag about any and all celebrity support he can get, but there's only one celeb who seems to be able to make the President googly-eyed and giddy every time his name comes up: Trump's fave Tom Brady. Trump, who's long been buds with Patriots GM Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft, recently gloated about the team's Super Bowl placement on Twitter."Congratulations to Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the entire New England Patriots team on a great game and season. Will be a fantastic Super Bowl," Trump tweeted. It's worth noting that Trump did not congratulate the Los Angeles Rams.

    Trump and Brady first met back in 2002 at the Miss America Pageant in Indiana. As a young hotshot Brady quickly found himself climbing the rich guy social ladder. As an initiation into the club, Trump invited Brady to ogle young women and go on numerous golf trips."Donald is a good friend of mine," Brady said. "I have known him for a long time. I support all my friends... He's always been so supportive of me. For the last 15 years, since I judged a beauty pageant for him, which was one of the very first things that I did that I thought was really cool that came along with winning the Super Bowl."

    Okay, so we've got all the elements that allow me to predict a Super Bowl appearance for the Patriots lining up yet again: The normal scripted mechanisms such as massive offensive and defensive holding going un-called throughout the Patriot's games, bizarre 'tripping calls' in the Dallas game. And we've got the fake bust guaranteed to amount to nothing and not harm the Patriots except to make it seem like they're just another team that could get scrutinized. AND we've got Trump running the government and rooting personally for the Patriots. (Trump was also a professional football team owner in the USFL and it looks like he was a mole used by the NFL to destroy that fledgling league. It was Trump that used his leverage to force the USFL to compete head-to-head in the fall schedule with the NFL - a move that was regarded as insane and instantly led to the downfall of that league, naturally.

    *The best shot at any team overcoming the script is for the Ravens Lamar Jackson to perform like he did in the 17-point victory recently. Because his running ability is hard to contain within the scripted elements (such as Patriot DBs grabbing receivers everywhere or zebras calling Raven O-Linemen for holding within the pocket)...a guy who gets out of the pocket fast and makes yards even when all receivers are getting mugged can confound the script as we saw.

    In the NFC it seems as if the league will always bar the door for Drew Brees since he is capable of playing a perfect game - which can also defeat the script.

    *Brady can barely complete passes beyond 10 yards so the Patriots are being re-written as a 'unbeatable defensive team' to mask the implausibility of this scrub going to another Super Bowl. Watch for many plays of extreme incompetence from opposing offenses as moles on that side of the ball attempt to make the scrubs on the Patriots look like the '85 Bears. If you're a Ravens fan you remember the punt returner who dropped the ball to let the Patriots back into the Sunday Night Game - that was a mole, my friends. Yes he was released but Ravens still have plenty of moles who will suddenly play ineptly to help the Patriots in a playoff showdown. Yes, I think that scripts have been involved in the NFL well before the Patriots. However, I think the Patriot script is the strongest and longest-running script ever - due to it's political nature and the government support.

    Another strong proof of the Patriot script is the otherwise inexplicable ban on Drew Brees ever reaching the Super Bowl. This is why Saints were robbed so astonishingly by the zebras in the 2019 NFC championship game. No way the league is allowing Brees to tear up the scripted Patriots in a Super Bowl - which would certainly happen to the little darlings if they ever played him. Although the script allows the Patriots to lose, occasionally, it does NOT allow them to be humiliated since this would make 'patriotism' seem weak. Only Drew Brees has ever managed to thoroughly humiliate the Patriots despite the script. For this reason he will NEVER be allowed to play them in a Super Bowl game. Let's read a 2009 article:

    "Saints Demolish The Patriots On Monday Night" By JON SCOTT Dec 1, 2009

    "There's no doubt that the undefeated Saints wanted to make a statement to the rest of the NFL when they played the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. Consider the statement made. Actually, in this case, not a lot had to be said after the Saints' 38-17 blowout of the three-time Super Bowl champion Patriots. They said it all out on the field with five touchdown passes by Drew Brees and a defense that made Tom Brady, Randy Moss and Wes Welker look rather ordinary.

    Brees threw a touchdown pass to five different receivers and finished the game with a season-high 371 passing yards and a perfect 158.3 passer rating.

    In recording a perfect passer rating for the first time in his nine-year NFL career, he did his best Brady imitation in slicing up the Patriots' secondary with amazing precision. Brees fired three of his scoring passes in the second quarter, becoming the first quarterback to do that against a Bill Belichick-coached team in 254 regular-season games. The five total TD passes was also a first against Belichick."

    *So we can correlate this massacre that occurred in 2009 to the recent bizarre ending of Saints playoff games. Brees can play a perfect game at QB and he proved he could destroy the Patriots despite the scripted elements. The league is NEVER going to allow a Saints/Patriots Super Bowl, therefore. This is why we were treated to the most bizarre non-call in NFL history at the end of the Saints/Rams playoff game last year.

    Patriots are like the Easter Bunny or the Tooth Fairy. It's fake. People ought to grow up and realize this. 100-1 when leading at halftime? Do you understand how completely impossible that is without it being scripted? The league average for this stat is about 75% - meaning that teams lose one in every four games where leading at halftime. Do you REALLY think one team is capable of defying this to the extent of losing only one in every ONE HUNDRED games???

    No a NFL team did not really go 100-1 when leading at the half. Fans who think that is real need to ask Tinkerbell and Pinocchio to help the tooth fairy hide Super Bowl tickets under your Smurf pillow.

  • C Roe
    C Roe  1 months ago

    Lamar my big Cuzzo it’s so cool to know him now I can watch em on tv just to think at boynton he would be a future HOF mark my words