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Ravens-Colts: Inactives and pre-game notes

Posted on 05 October 2014 by Luke Jones

The Ravens appear ready to give cornerback Lardarius Webb his second look at game action this season as they take on the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.

For just the second time this year, the sixth-year defensive back is active after not being listed on the injury report for the second straight week. After missing all of training camp and the preseason with back spasms, Webb is continuing to work himself back into better playing shape in terms of explosiveness and flexibility, according to head coach John Harbaugh.

The Ravens would certainly benefit from a healthy Webb against quarterback Andrew Luck and Indianapolis’ top-ranked passing game, but it remains to be seen how much action the veteran cornerback will see at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Linebacker Terrell Suggs (groin) is active and will play despite missing two practices this past week and only working on a limited basis on Friday. However, defensive end Chris Canty (illness/knee) and third-string tight end Phillip Supernaw (thigh) were both listed as inactive for Sunday’s game.

Third-year defensive lineman DeAngelo Tyson is expected to get the start in place of Canty, and the recently-acquired Lawrence Guy is active for the first time after being claimed off waivers from San Diego two weeks ago. The former Chargers and Colts defensive end will likely back up Tyson at the 5-technique spot.

As expected, left tackle Eugene Monroe (knee surgery) and defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (meniscus) remained out with their respective injuries.

For Indianapolis, defensive tackle Arthur Jones was inactive after already being ruled out on Friday. The former Ravens lineman hoped to be able to play against his old team, but the high ankle sprain he suffered a few weeks ago has yet to fully heal.

The referee for Sunday’s game is Walt Anderson.

The Ravens will be wearing white jerseys with black pants while Indianapolis dons blue tops with white pants.

The roof will be opened at Lucas Oil Stadium with temperatures in the mid-50s with cloudy skies and winds up to 12 miles per hour, according to Weather.com.

Sunday marks the 11th all-time meeting between the Ravens and Indianapolis in the regular season with the Colts holding a 7-3 lead in the series. Baltimore is without a win in five total trips to Indianapolis and is 1-2 in postseason play against the Colts.

Here are Sunday’s inactives:

BALTIMORE
DE Chris Canty
LB Arthur Brown
LT Eugene Monroe
G John Urschel
TE Phillip Supernaw
DL Timmy Jernigan
WR Michael Campanaro

INDIANAPOLIS
CB Jalil Brown
LB Chris Carter
OL Khaled Holmes
OT Jamon Meredith
DT Kelcy Quarles
G Jack Mewhort
DT Arthur Jones

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Ravens-Colts: Five predictions for Sunday

Posted on 04 October 2014 by Luke Jones

A 3-1 record through the first quarter of the season has made a statement that the Ravens are a playoff-caliber team, but a road win against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday would scream they belong among the NFL’s elite.

Despite an offense that was ranked 29th in the NFL last season, the Ravens bring a revamped unit to Lucas Oil Stadium that’s ranked sixth in total yards and tied for seventh in points per game, which could lead to a shootout against an Indianapolis offense ranking first in total yards and averaging a league-leading 34.0 points per game. Of course, the Colts’ numbers benefited from playing two woeful teams, Tennessee and Jacksonville, in their last two games while the Ravens have only played one game away from M&T Bank Stadium so far this season.

The Baltimore secondary has faced much scrutiny this season and will face its biggest test in quarterback Andrew Luck and the NFL’s top-ranked passing game. The Ravens rank 24th in pass defense, but a stout run defense has often made opponents one-dimensional and the pass rush finally showed up in a convincing 38-10 win over Carolina last Sunday.

Sunday marks the 11th all-time meeting between the Ravens and Indianapolis in the regular season with the Colts holding a 7-3 advantage. Baltimore is winless in four regular-season trips to Indianapolis. The good news for the Ravens is they got the best of the Colts in their only meeting against Luck that came in the 2012 postseason, which also served as their only playoff win against Indianapolis in three tries.

Here’s what to expect as the Ravens try to begin a difficult stretch of four of five games on the road with a win on Sunday …

1. The Baltimore running game wins the time of possession battle as Justin Forsett is the leading rusher in an attack that goes over 125 yards on the ground again. Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak always prefers establishing the run, but it will be even more critical in a game with such a prolific offense on the opposing side. Indianapolis is allowing 4.4 yards per carry, which indicates the Ravens should be able to move the ball effectively on the ground to set up play-action passes. The recently-injured Bernard Pierce will see some action unlike last week, but Forsett will still lead the Ravens in rushing yards in what will be a three-back timeshare.

2. Indianapolis uses a no-huddle attack to keep the Ravens’ pass rush on its heels and to help a very shaky offensive line. Even with a big lead, the Colts pushed the tempo against Tennessee last week, and they’ll use a similar style to keep the Baltimore front on its heels and to protect an offensive line that’s already surrendered 13 quarterback hits and 22 hurries, according to Pro Football Focus. It’s no secret that three-step drops limit any defense’s ability to get to the quarterback, but the Ravens have been especially vulnerable to this over the last couple years and a quicker tempo will make the defense too flatfooted in the second half, especially with Chris Canty unlikely to play and Terrell Suggs less than 100 percent.

3. Colts cornerback Vontae Davis and bracketed coverage finally make Steve Smith look human, but Torrey Smith catches a touchdown and posts a season-high 105 receiving yards. After collecting 429 receiving yards in four weeks, the elder Smith will finally receive consistent attention befitting a No. 1 receiver as Davis will shadow him and receive extra help whenever possible. Steve Smith will still have a presence, but it will be Torrey Smith with a dynamic performance against an Indianapolis defense ranking 21st in pass defense. The fourth-year wideout will catch a long score on an effective play-action fake that makes new starting free safety Sergio Brown — filling in for the suspended LaRon Landry — bite.

4. A secondary that’s been shaky all year finally crumbles as Luck throws for 350 yards and three touchdowns. Defensive coordinator Dean Pees stood up for the play of his pass defense this week, but the Colts have too many weapons for top cornerback Jimmy Smith to account for and no one else inspires enough confidence to slow such a passing game. Cornerback Lardarius Webb wasn’t listed on the injury report for the second straight week, but it’s impossible to have any expectations for him until he finally takes extensive snaps in live-game action. An improved pass rush against Carolina helped mask issues in coverage, but the Ravens won’t be able to do the same with Indianapolis using an up-tempo attack, which will lead to a long day for the back end of the defense.

5. Quarterback Joe Flacco has another strong afternoon, but the Baltimore offense can’t quite hang with Indianapolis in a 30-24 loss to snap a three-game winning streak. At the start of the season, I wouldn’t have given the Ravens much of a chance to win this one, but a stronger-than-expected Baltimore offense and the Colts’ less-than-impressive offensive line will make this a close one. In the same way that the Colts’ two wins have come against less-than-stellar competition, I can’t be convinced that a shaky road win over Cleveland is enough evidence that the Ravens can carry over performances on the road like what we saw against Carolina last week. Flacco will play at a high level against a very ordinary defense, but the Baltimore defense won’t force enough stops against Luck and the Colts to pull out the road upset.

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Suggs questionable, Canty doubtful for Sunday’s game in Indianapolis

Posted on 03 October 2014 by Luke Jones

The Ravens could be without two starting pieces of their front seven for Sunday’s game against the Indianapolis Colts as linebacker Terrell Suggs is questionable and defensive end Chris Canty was designated as doubtful on the final injury report of the week.

Suggs did return to practice on a limited basis Friday after resting a groin injury he’s dealt with since the Ravens’ Week 3 win at Cleveland. The veteran pass rusher missed two practices last week before playing in last Sunday’s win over the Carolina Panthers, but he aggravated the groin in the fourth quarter of the 38-10 final.

Canty missed practice all week with an illness, but he had also been dealing with a knee injury that forced him out of three practices last week before he was still able to play against the Panthers. If he is unable to go, third-year lineman DeAngelo Tyson would likely receive the start at the 5-technique defensive end spot.

Though both are listed as doubtful and not officially out just yet, left tackle Eugene Monroe (knee surgery) and defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (meniscus) will not play against the Colts.

Third-string tight end Phillip Supernaw is listed as questionable after being limited with a thigh injury during Friday’s practice. He was not on the injury report earlier this week, making it possible he suffered the injury in the final workout of the week before the Ravens travel to Indianapolis on Saturday.

Cornerback Chykie Brown (neck) and running back Bernard Pierce are listed as probable as are tight end Owen Daniels and wide receiver Steve Smith, who both received the day off from practice on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Indianapolis officially ruled out former Ravens defensive lineman Arthur Jones, who has been sidelined for a few weeks with a high ankle sprain.

Here is the final injury report of the week:

BALTIMORE
DOUBTFUL: DE Chris Canty (illness), DT Timmy Jernigan (knee), T Eugene Monroe (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: LB Terrell Suggs (thigh), TE Phillip Supernaw (thigh)
PROBABLE: CB Chykie Brown (neck), TE Owen Daniels (NIR), RB Bernard Pierce (thigh), WR Steve Smith (NIR)

INDIANAPOLIS
OUT: DT Arthur Jones (ankle), G Jack Mewhort (ankle)
PROBABLE: LB Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), S Colt Henderson (groin), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (NIR), LB D’Qwell Jackson (NIR), LB Andy Studebaker (hamstring), G Hugh Thorton (ankle), WR Reggie Wayne (NIR), LB Erik Walden (NIR)

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Suggs, Canty stil missing from practice

Posted on 01 October 2014 by Luke Jones

The Ravens were without two key defensive starters Wednesday as they continued preparations for their Week 5 meeting with the Indianapolis Colts.

Linebacker Terrell Suggs (groin) and defensive end Chris Canty (illness) were listed as non-participants in addition to left tackle Eugene Monroe (knee surgery) and rookie defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan (meniscus). Monroe is expected to miss his second straight game as he recovers from last week’s arthroscopic surgery.

After being limited to just one practice last week, Suggs played in last Sunday’s win against Carolina but re-aggravated a groin injury and left late in the fourth quarter with the Ravens holding a 38-10 lead. The veteran linebacker downplayed the severity, but it wasn’t surprising to see him sitting out on Wednesday as a result.

Canty was active and started against the Panthers despite missing practice all last week with a knee injury.

Meanwhile, Indianapolis was without former Ravens defensive lineman Arthur Jones, who continues to recover from a high ankle sprain that’s kept him sidelined for the last two games. Veterans D’Qwell Jackson and Reggie Wayne both were given the day off on Wednesday.

Here is Wednesday’s injury report:

BALTIMORE
DID NOT PARTICIPATE: DE Chris Canty (illness), DT Timmy Jernigan (knee), T Eugene Monroe (knee), LB Terrell Suggs (thigh)
FULL PARTICIPATION: CB Chykie Brown (neck), RB Bernard Pierce (thigh)

INDIANAPOLIS
DID NOT PARTICIPATE: RB Ahmad Bradshaw (NIR), LB D’Qwell Jackson (NIR), DT Arthur Jones (ankle), G Jack Mewhort (ankle), WR Reggie Wayne (NIR)
LIMITED PARTICIPATION: LB Jerrell Freeman (hamstring)
FULL PARTICIPATION: S Colt Henderson (groin), LB Andy Studebaker (hamstring), G Hugh Thorton (ankle)

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Top 10 Baseball Distractions

Posted on 20 May 2014 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Golf-PGA Tour Crowne Plaza Invitational (Thursday & Friday 3pm live on Golf Channel Saturday & Sunday 1pm live on Golf Channel 3pm live on CBS. All golf from Ft. Worth, TX), Champions Tour Senior PGA Championship (Thursday & Friday 12pm live on Golf Channel Saturday & Sunday 3pm live on NBC. All golf from Benton Harbor, MI), Airbus LPGA Classic (Thursday & Friday 6:30pm Saturday & Sunday 3pm from Mobile, AL live on Golf Channel); MLS: Houston Dynamo @ DC United (Wednesday 7pm from RFK Stadium live on Comcast SportsNet), DC United @ New England Revolution (Saturday 7:30pm from Foxborough, MA live on Comcast SportsNet); WNBA: Washington Mystics @ Indiana Fever (Friday 7pm from Indianapolis live on WNBA Live Access), Seattle Storm @ Washington Mystics (Saturday 7pm Verizon Center); Boxing: Adonis Stevenson vs. Andrzej Fonfara (Saturday 9pm from Montreal live on Showtime)

10. Brew at the Zoo (Saturday & Sunday 1pm Maryland Zoo in Baltimore); X-Men Days of Future Past” and “Blended” out in theaters (Friday); The Monuments Men“, “3 Days To Kill” and “Pompeii” available on Blu-Ray/DVD (Tuesday)

Oh man. Do you guys remember when Adam Sandler was funny? NO I SWEAR.

9. Wild Cub/Sleeper Agent (Wednesday 8pm Rams Head Live); Art Garfunkel (Saturday 8pm Sixth & I Historic Synagogue); 10,000 Maniacs (Saturday & Sunday 8pm Rams Head on Stage); Eric Hutchinson (Friday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring); Mobb Deep (Friday 9pm Howard Theatre); Tegan and Sara (Wednesday & Thursday 7pm 9:30 Club); Wolfmother (Tuesday 6:30pm Lincoln Theatre), Ingrid Michaelson (Friday & Saturday 7pm Lincoln Theatre); Chatham County Line (Friday 8:30pm The Hamilton); Coldplay “Ghost Stories”, Phillip Phillips “Behind The Light”, Kenny Wayne Shepherd “Goin’ Home” and The Roots “And Then You Shoot Your Cousin” available (Tuesday)

I’ll be at RHL Wednesday night because Wild Cub is GREAT.

I also want to see Sleeper Agent…or maybe we could go hang out in a prison.

Ingrid Michaelson’s tribute to Robert Palmer is LOVELY.

The Roots are doing a pretty damn good job of reminding you they have things to do besides their job.

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Former Towson OT Pike, Morgan OL Barton sign UDFA deals

Posted on 12 May 2014 by WNST Staff

TOWSON, Md. – Towson Football alumnus and former All-American offensive tackle Eric Pike signed a free agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts today after the conclusion of the 2014 National Football League (NFL) draft.

A two-year captain, Pike was a consensus first team All-American selection as a senior. He earned All-Colonial Athletic Association honors three times, including first team notice as a junior and senior. During his career, he helped the Tigers win two CAA championships and make two appearances in the NCAA FCS playoffs. As a senior, he helped the Tigers post a 13-3 record and reach the national championship game.

Pike was named as the winner of the Doc Minnegan Award as the team’s Most Valuable Player. He set a school record by starting all 50 games of his college career and is only the third offensive lineman to win the award which was started in 1969. He joins Mike Gunthrop (1992) and Joe Ripple (2005) as the only linemen to be honored with the award which was named in honor of former Towson Director of Athletics Doc Minnegan.

NOTE: Former Morgan State OL Karim Barton has reportedly signed an undrafted free agent deal with the Philadelphia Eagles as well

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Defensive tackle Jones leaving Ravens to sign with Indianapolis

Posted on 11 March 2014 by Luke Jones

What was expected all offseason became official Tuesday as Ravens defensive tackle Arthur Jones departed via free agency to sign a five-year contract with the Indianapolis Colts.

The move reunites Jones with former Baltimore defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano as the two shared a close relationship dating back to their days with the Ravens. Jones reportedly agreed to a five-year, $33 million contract that includes $16 million guaranteed as he leaves the organization that selected him in the fifth round of the 2010 draft.

“Colts nation, here I come,” Jones wrote on his Twitter page shortly after the deal was announced on Tuesday afternoon.

Though he played sparingly in his first two professional seasons, the 27-year-old Jones blossomed into an impact player in his fourth season while starting at the 3-technique defensive tackle spot, making 53 tackles and collecting four sacks in 14 games. Popular with both teammates and the media, Jones collected 120 tackles and 8 1/2 sacks in his four seasons with the Ravens.

Baltimore will now look to 2013 third-round pick Brandon Williams and third-year lineman DeAngelo Tyson to play prominent roles in trying to replace Jones’ production, but general manager Ozzie Newsome will likely look at the open market as well as the draft for new blood to add to the defensive line.

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Top 10 Baseball Distactions

Posted on 17 February 2014 by Glenn Clark

Honorable Mention: Boxing-Angelo Santana vs. Hank Lundy (Friday 10:45pm from Cleveland live on Showtime); Golf: WGC Accenture Match Play Championship (Wednesday 12pm Thursday & Friday 2pm live on Golf Channel Saturday & Sunday 12pm live on Golf Channel 2pm live on CBS), Honda LPGA Thailand (Thursday & Friday 9am Saturday 2pm Sunday 1:30pm from Chonburi, Thailand on Golf Channel); Tennis: ATP Tour Delray Beach Open (Tuesday-Thursday 12:30pm Friday 6:30pm Saturday 8:30pm from Delray Beach, FL live on Tennis Channel); Women’s College Basketball: Florida State @ Maryland (Thursday 8:30pm from Comcast Center live on Comcast SportsNet), Maryland @ Georgia Tech (Sunday 4pm from Atlanta live on ESPN2); MISL: Pennsylvania Roar @ Baltimore Blast (Friday 7:05pm from Baltimore Arena live on YouTube), Syracuse Silver Knights @ Baltimore Blast (Saturday 6:05pm from Baltimore Arena live on YouTube), Baltimore Blast @ Rochester Lancers (Sunday 3pm from Rochester, NY live on YouTube)

10. Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week (Tuesday-Sunday throughout Charm City); Christian Finnegan (Friday & Saturday Magooby’s Joke House); Sebastian Maniscalco (Friday-Sunday DC Improv); 3 Days to Kill” and “Pompeii” out in theaters (Friday)

Christian Finnegan is GREAT. You may remember him as Chad from “The Mad Real World” on Chappelle’s Show…

He’s skinny now. He’s still funny.

9. Kings of Leon/Gary Clark Jr. (Friday 8pm Verizon Center), Justin Timberlake (Monday 8pm Verizon Center); Lady Antebellum (Friday 7pm Patriot Center); The Bridge (Saturday 8pm Baltimore Soundstage); Joe Nichols (Friday 9pm Fillmore Silver Spring), Young The Giant (Sunday 8pm Fillmore Silver Spring); Black Joe Lewis (Tuesday 7pm 9:30 Club), G. Love & Special Sauce (Thursday 7pm 9:30 Club); Bob Weir & Ratdog (Tuesday 6:30pm Lincoln Theatre); Josh Turner (Friday 8pm Strathmore); Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons (Saturday 8pm France-Merrick Performing Arts Center); Tim Reynolds and TR3 (Saturday 8:30pm The Hamilton); Lake Street Dive “Bad Self Portraits” available in stores/on iTunes (Tuesday)

Every time you forget how freaking great KOL are they do something to quickly remind you.

You could never forget how freaking great GCJ is. NEVER.

I dare you to name five things better than Justin Timberlake’s Pusher Love Girl.

Cris Jacobs is a great Baltimorean.

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The 15-7-0 is sick of all these NFL bullies. You know, like the Jaguars. Big bullies.

Posted on 11 November 2013 by Glenn Clark

15 positive observations from the weekend of football, seven not so positive observations and we acknowledge a “zero” from outside the world of football. A reminder, there’s never any Ravens game analysis here. We do plenty of that elsewhere. It’s a trip through the weekend of football via videos, GIFs, memes, pictures, links, Tweets and shtick.

Unlike Richie Incognito, the 15-7-0 actually turned down Jay Glazer’s request for a Sunday morning interview. Also unlike Richie Incognito, the 15-7-0 only uses the term “expletive” once or twice per sentence. Personal rule. Except when I’m at church. Obviously.

15 Positive Observations…

1. Someone tell Rod Marinelli to get the champagne ready-there’s just one more domino to fall to keep the streak alive!

The Jaguars won a football game. Sure it was against Ryan Fitzpatrick, but it still counts!

Delanie Walker with the response of the day.

Via Terry McCormick of Titans Insider:

“It’s disgusting. I’m disappointed. I’m embarrassed. A team that’s 0-8 comes in here and beats us? Beats us on our home field, that’s 0-8, the Jaguars? Come on. Talking about first place? Talking about first place? We just got whooped by the Jaguars. We ain’t talking first place no more. It’s out the window. We’ve got to come back and play the Colts. I don’t know how everybody’s gonna handle it. I mean, we lost to the Jaguars.”

Truth.

2. Keenan Reynolds ran many yards beyond the line of scrimmage Saturday. As a Baltimore Ravens fan, I was admittedly unaware this was allowed within the rules of football.

Navy beat Hawai’i. You know what that means.

Also, the most adorable picture you’ll see all weekend.

3. While I’ve always been in favor of college football going to the “division four” concept, I’m pretty sure it will be tough for Alabama to sell tickets when they’re the only team playing in it.

But honestly, Nick Saban has one like half a billion football games. THIS was the one that made him want to jump into his quarterback’s arms?

Tigers really opened up the playbook to try to top the Tide…

I can’t explain why-but this right here seems like the absolute perfect reaction to this game.

OH SNAP, VERNE LUNDQUIST!

And elsewhere in the SEC, you guys remember the Manziel guy that one the Heisman Trophy that one time? The guy who plays at Texas A&M reminds me of him.

And finally elsewhere in the SEC (at least for now), Dorial Green-Beckham did what now?

4. So apparently the deal is that you actually CAN survive losing your head coach…but only if you have one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time on your roster.

Of course, Peyton Manning’s ankle was banged up during the course of the game-which apparently means some ref somewhere didn’t get the memo.

This lady is currently thinking to herself “there are like five people that come to games out here and I have to sit behind this one?”

5. This Riley Cooper guy is a nice little player. Any back story on this guy? He’s just kinda popped up out of nowhere these last couple of weeks. I bet he’s a really great dude.

This DeSean Jackson TD is obviously the responsibility of Aaron Rodgers not being in the game.

Elsewhere, LeSean McCoy is KILLING IT.

Clay Matthews played with a thing on his hand that is so ridiculous it would probably be disallowed even in the WWE.

Vinny Curry is lovable.

Also, Philly’s play call sheets are cooler than yours.

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“The Reality Check” Week 10 NFL Power Rankings

Posted on 06 November 2013 by Glenn Clark

Glenn Clark’s Rankings…

32. Jacksonville Jaguars (Last Week 32)

You know all of those “lost their bye week” jokes? So…the Jaguars…they actually did, right?

31. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (31)

I don’t care that they had a lead. They stink.

30. Minnesota Vikings (30)

Another primetime game! Yay!

29. St. Louis Rams (29)

Hey but there’s Zac Stacy and all.

28. New York Giants (28)

So which crappy running back plays this week?

27. Houston Texans (27)

A one week moratorium on making fun of them obviously.

26. Oakland Raiders (24)

Can the Ravens cancel any of their games to schedule the Raiders’ pass defense as a replacement?

25. Pittsburgh Steelers (23)

Could you imagine if while we were going through this, the Steelers were having a good season?

24. Atlanta Falcons (22)

What week? You know…what week does Matt Ryan get an “elbow injury”?

23. Washington Redskins (26)

MAYBE on their way back? MAYBE?

22. Baltimore Ravens (14)

Not a good football team.

21. Buffalo Bills (19)

TuelTime was actually kinda exciting.

20. Philadelphia Eagles (25)

Very plausible playoff team. Honestly.

19. Tennessee Titans (21)

Would I want Kendall Wright in a trade for Jordan Reed?

18. Cleveland Browns (20)

I still can’t believe that happened.

17. Arizona Cardinals (17)

I watched roughly as much Cards football on their bye week as I have every other week.

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