Sunday, January 11, 2015

The Thousand Word Picture

My wife posted the image to the left on her Facebook page minutes after the final play of Patriots/Ravens dust-up down to Gillette Stadium last night.  No explanation, just the picture. No explanation was needed.  All our fanatical Raven relatives and friends will get the point.

Generally the Balti-moron fanbase allowed their mouths to run without brains engaged last week.  They always do. Can't seem to keep from talkin smack about this, that and everything under the Sun.

Something about talking smack with no back up.  Can't take it back and it sits in the back of the throat making one feel nauseous.  One could only hope this is the case for the multitude of loudmouths down Bawlamer way.

Meanwhile Pats fans seemed subdued last week.......  Quietly Confident?  ....... Hmm.........No, more like quietly nervous.  We didn't have the best results when meeting the evil Ravens in postseason matches in recent years.  The Ravens were not scared of the Brady/Belichick led Patriots.  They proved it today.  They smacked the Pats in the mouth early and never let up.  The Pats got back up, never gave up and took the lead with about 5 minutes left.  In a squeaker that came down to a timely interception, the Pats prevailed.

In your face big haired Raven Hon and all Raven fans everywhere.  I don't want to hear excuses, whinin, no complainin.   Already heard and read more than enough from you last week.



Ol'Buzzard said...

One of the great games. On the edge or our seats until the last second.

Harbaugh is already complaining. Such a shame because the Ravens played a worthy game. Sour apples somewhat ruins their efforts.
the Ol'Buzzard

MRMacrum said...

Ol'Buzzard - Indeed. Definitely one of the best I have seen. After the Pats tied it up for the second time, I decided that no matter who won, both teams brought their A game and I could live with whatever happened.

Harbaugh whining definitely took some of the sparkle off the Ravens fine effort. He should have kept his mouth shut. He was out coached.