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Ravens' 55 points is a new franchise record

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04:48 PM ET 11.11 | The 2005 and 2009 Baltimore Ravens might want to put an asterisk on the 2012 Ravens record mark of points scored in a single game. Does anything count if you do it against the Raiders right now? A week after getting Doug Martin-ized and allowing 42 points to the Buccaneers, Oakland is up to the same tricks today against Baltimore and this performance might be worse than the one they put up against Tampa. The Ravens tied their record mark of 48 in the middle of the third quarter on a fake field goal, and then broke it with 12:34 left in the game on aJacoby Jones kickoff return.

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November 11, 2012  05:14 PM ET

Rebuilding can be painful.

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November 11, 2012  05:45 PM ET

Ravens' 55 points is a new franchise record

It doesn't really count as it was against the Raiers.

(Not a typo.....there's really no "D")

November 11, 2012  05:58 PM ET

Raider D didn't make enough plays today. A poor performance, if you will.

November 11, 2012  06:00 PM ET
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Go Raiders !!!

LOL

November 11, 2012  06:01 PM ET
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Raider D didn't make enough plays today. A poor performance, if you will.

The Broncos should win the AFC West by default.

November 11, 2012  06:02 PM ET
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Go Raiders !!!

Raiders went, unfortunatly it was in their pants

November 11, 2012  07:29 PM ET
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Raiders went, unfortunatly it was in their pants

Now they have something to build on.

November 11, 2012  08:37 PM ET

Damn dumpster chickens....

November 11, 2012  09:03 PM ET
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Damn dumpster chickens....

Yeah it was bad enough when they could only win games with their D.

November 11, 2012  09:50 PM ET

This season is setting up perfectly for Chip Kelly to be the head coach next year.

November 11, 2012  10:37 PM ET

It's Pryor Time Raider Nation!

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November 11, 2012  10:48 PM ET
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No, it isn't. He won't see much action till the final 3-4 games, if they are out of the playoff race.

I got news for you Bro. Spelling correctly isn't going to change the fact that the Raiders season from post season is over. Broncos will win the division and there will be a number of other teams over .500 battling it out for the Wildcard spots. I just don't think Palmer gives them the best chance of going . 500 for the rest of the season - it's Pryor Time IMO, and all you have to do is look over the Bay Area and see the success of CK.

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November 11, 2012  11:00 PM ET
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We may not make the postseason, but our remaining schedule isn't that difficult. We have 1 game with a team over .500 (Denver) left. We haven't been eliminated as of yet.

As long as Palmer or ML is your starting QB unfortunately for the Raiders a .500 season won't be in reach - its Pryor Time!

November 11, 2012  11:10 PM ET
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Go Raiders !!!

The raiders went

November 11, 2012  11:12 PM ET
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We may not make the postseason, but our remaining schedule isn't that difficult. We have 1 game with a team over .500 (Denver) left. We haven't been eliminated as of yet.

I see four losses on their remaining schedule: NO, Cincy, Denver and SD.

 
November 11, 2012  11:26 PM ET
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I see four losses on their remaining schedule: NO, Cincy, Denver and SD.

WWJ, I started agreeing with until you mentioned SD.

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