A few key plays could have saved Ravens’ season

Ravens loose another close one to the Steelers. There’s plenty blame to go around and the Ravens once again played a poor second half. But they still had chances to win this game. Flacco once again played poorly on the big stage, but he did make two good throws that should have been caught, but were dropped… one for a sure touchdown and the other for a 4th down conversion, with a little more than a minute left in the game. Althouh the officiating in the game was horrendous, they still had chances. The worse, was the holding call that was an aberration at best. The replay clearly showed, that was an excellent block and in no way was the player holding the guy. This was a crucial point in the game and was a momentum killer. Take that bad call away and the outcome would have been completly different. The Ravens should be use to it by now, because they always seem to be victims of extremely bad calls. But give the Steelers credit… they made plays when they had to. Our defense picked a very bad time to get beaten deep on a 3rd down and 19 yards to go. That was not suppose to happen, as Dewaun Landrey was responsible for over the top coverage on that side and just failed to get there. They made the plays when they needed to and we didn’t. Same old story… we loose again.

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