The Kickoff

November 14, 2006

On concerns about the Ravens

Our running game needs serious attention. We cannot run out the clock at the end of a close game with a nonexistent running game. Getting 1 to 2 yards a carry is not a running game.

The Ravens can somehow overcome the birdbrain plays ... because we have a QB who does not panic.

Ground game problems are lack-of-initial-burst issues with Jamal Lewis. The holes are there. The line just isn't strong enough to hold them until he stops dancing.

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