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Ravens Defense Too Much..Beat the Seahawks 21-10

Discussion in 'Thread Archive' started by Warhawk AKA dreadman, Nov 17, 2010.

  1. Warhawk AKA dreadman

    Warhawk AKA dreadman Walk On

    Jul 27, 2010
    In a game in which the Seahawks owned the 1st half of play, the Ravens had to make some major adjustments coming out to begin the 2nd half of the game.

    1st qtr. Seahawks would put 10 points on the board. The Ravens gave them excellent field position on a screwed up punt as Hasselbeck was able to connect with Butler to end the drive with a score from 10 yards out. An int. throw from Flaaco would give the Seahawks the ball back and set up a FG opportunity from 43 yards out to make the score 10-0 in their favor.

    Seahawks defense got 2 ints. on the day and 6 sacks.
    Ravens defense picked Hasselbeck off 4 times and accumulated 2 sacks.

    *Rookie SS - Marius LaVain was responsible for one of those picks
    *Ball Hawk FS - Ed Reed had 1
    *CB - Lardarius Webb accounted for 2 picks

    3rd qtr. Ravens started to open up a lil bit as Flaaco hit Jackson for a 41 yard score to bring the game to 10-7, still in favor of the Seahawks.

    4th qtr. Rookie RB - Fluellen scored from 3 yards out to bring the score to 14-10...RB - Rice showed he was still a force in the latter part of game as the time was ticking off the clock, Rice took a dive up the middle from 27 yards out to score and take the game to 21-10....scoring 21 unanswered points to take control of the game and take the win.

    GG man....had some tough breaks with Hasselbeck at the helm....in the beginning, I thought you was gonna run away with it.....but we was able to take advantage of opportunities and get the win.

    Goodluck to you with the rest of the season!

    CHUNKNESS Commissioner Quality Simulation Football

    Jun 13, 2010
    Just goes to show that the tides can change at any moment. That's what I love about this game. Nice win, Jon.

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