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Posted: 12/30/2012 11:47 PM

kenskin 


eekcongrads love the post game celebration...see you in NO

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Posted: 12/31/2012 12:30 AM

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Yea, congrats man. I don't hate the skins, I rooted for them when I was a kid in the late 80s early 90s, the dark ages of football for this town.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 12:37 AM

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I would feel a lot better about them if they would just change their name. I wonder how RG3 would feel about playing for the Washington Blackskins?



Cool Story Bro.
You should tell it at practice.

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Posted: 12/31/2012 12:44 AM

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Tony romo is terrible
The Seahawks will curb stomp them
...stay classy 'skins fans
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Posted: 12/31/2012 1:04 AM

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Mobtown wrote: I would feel a lot better about them if they would just change their name. I wonder how RG3 would feel about playing for the Washington Blackskins?
Here are some fun facts that the Redskins wish you never knew:

The lyrics to Hail to the Redskins used to be "Fight for old Dixie".  In the late 50s they used to play the National Anthem, followed by Hail to the Redskins, then Look Away Dixieland at gamea at Griffith Stadium because then owner George Preston Marshall wanted them to.  The team was the last NFL team to integrate their roster only doing so, because Congress forced them to so they could play at DC Stadium in 1961 which later became RFK Stadium.  They traded for Bobby Mitchell who played until 1969 and had a ceremonial Assistant General Manager position with the team after the retired for 20 years after that.

 

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Posted: 12/31/2012 6:06 AM

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1) The name. I don't care, but it is a joke considering the teams they did make change their name.
2) Congrats Ken. U have a Irsay sized horseshoe up ur a*s. U lucky Bastard. Enjoy it now. Cause this slob knock aint happening in coming years.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 6:56 AM

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braven98 wrote: eekcongrads love the post game celebration...see you in NO

Thanks braven98. You're a class act.

Hail to the Redskins!

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Posted: 12/31/2012 7:09 AM

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Kenskin wrote:
braven98 wrote: eekcongrads love the post game celebration...see you in NO

Thanks braven98. You're a class act.

he's the only class act? hUmpf.tongue
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Posted: 12/31/2012 8:19 AM

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Nightman wrote:
Mobtown wrote: I would feel a lot better about them if they would just change their name. I wonder how RG3 would feel about playing for the Washington Blackskins?
Here are some fun facts that the Redskins wish you never knew:

The lyrics to Hail to the Redskins used to be "Fight for old Dixie".  In the late 50s they used to play the National Anthem, followed by Hail to the Redskins, then Look Away Dixieland at gamea at Griffith Stadium because then owner George Preston Marshall wanted them to.  The team was the last NFL team to integrate their roster only doing so, because Congress forced them to so they could play at DC Stadium in 1961 which later became RFK Stadium.  They traded for Bobby Mitchell who played until 1969 and had a ceremonial Assistant General Manager position with the team after the retired for 20 years after that.
Marshall was a well known racist, yet he has a spot in Canton and Art is still out in the cold.. go figure..
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Posted: 12/31/2012 8:21 AM

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DiscoJamal wrote: Tony romo is terrible
The Seahawks will curb stomp them
   It could be ugly in ol landover next week after the hawks destroy the slurs
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Posted: 12/31/2012 8:38 AM

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Great story - love Griffin - but this year is likely a high point for the franchise. Gimmick offense that will be figured out. At the least Griffin will run less and teams will successfully key on Morris. Also the cupboard is bare for draft picks. And of course Snyder.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 8:44 AM

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ravmaniac wrote:
DiscoJamal wrote: Tony romo is terrible
The Seahawks will curb stomp them
   It could be ugly in ol landover next week after the hawks destroy the slurs
I have said that every week and every week they prove me wrong. But next year is another story.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:13 AM

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You know, next Sunday will be a spit in the eye of former commisioner Tagliabue.  He said this area couldn't support 2 teams and that areas like Jacksonville were the future of this league.  Meanwhile on Sunday, there will be 165,000 Ravens/Redskins fans cheering their team from their stadiums.  Take that Mr. Commisioner.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:13 AM

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considering how important a reliable,consistent qb is(don`t we know),i`d say the rg3 deal was extremely smart...throw in morris and cousins and you have a draft that turned a perennial has been into a playoff team...brilliant decisions made all around...

as far as all the political correctness rness run amok?...meh...give it a rest...

btw...i really think the ravens drub the colts this weekend....i expect a primo effort from the good guys...

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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:20 AM

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Yes, congrats to our neighbors to the south.  My hatred for them has subsided significantly over the past decade - I only truly hate one team now (guess who?).  I was kinda rooting for Dallas, just cuz I felt like Romo deserved some success after so many clutch failures. Instead he suffered perhaps his most epic failure in the clutch since the bobbled snap against Seattle.  Wow, is he awful under pressure.  Makes Flacco look like Manning/Brady/Montana back there.

Looking forward to a Ravens/Skins Super Bowl! biggrin
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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:21 AM

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The fact that the deal was able to be made, while Cleveland sat and watched is unreal, and the reason they (The Browns are now rebuilding) for the sixth time in thirteen years.... Then having the Browns draft a 28 year old Rookie, while Wilson and others were on the board seems par for the course for the once proud franchise. In a way, I feel for the loyal Brown fans.

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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:49 AM

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HEEEEEEEEAP wrote: You know, next Sunday will be a spit in the eye of former commisioner Tagliabue.  He said this area couldn't support 2 teams and that areas like Jacksonville were the future of this league.  Meanwhile on Sunday, there will be 165,000 Ravens/Redskins fans cheering their team from their stadiums.  Take that Mr. Commisioner.

Someone from the media needs to call tags out on this. I love the ride down 95 and seeing flags of both teams rollin

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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:54 AM

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21XXXV wrote: The fact that the deal was able to be made, while Cleveland sat and watched is unreal, and the reason they (The Browns are now rebuilding) for the sixth time in thirteen years.... Then having the vrowns draft a 28 year old Rookie, while Wilson and others were on the board seems par for the course for the once proud franchise. In a way, I feel for the loyal Brown fans.

Art was smart and took what he knew was a golden deal in Baltimore. Ctank had it's chance to keep them. But they built a hall of fame for rock bands instead..  They wanted to keep the NBA and built the Grund arena. Then they took more money from Art and took the Injins from the Muni and put them in a stadium he said couldn't afford to build. And he was right. Jacobs field is still losing money..
Then they cried like babies when they lost their 2nd NFL team, the NFL bent over and gave them one, and they've sucked ever since..

And I'm happy for it..

They've cried to keep Art out of Canton, and we continue to wipe our feet on their team...

Remember...If its brown, flush it down..
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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:57 AM

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BMann wrote: Yes, congrats to our neighbors to the south.  My hatred for them has subsided significantly over the past decade - I only truly hate one team now (guess who?).  I was kinda rooting for Dallas, just cuz I felt like Romo deserved some success after so many clutch failures. Instead he suffered perhaps his most epic failure in the clutch since the bobbled snap against Seattle.  Wow, is he awful under pressure.  Makes Flacco look like Manning/Brady/Montana back there.

Looking forward to a Ravens/Skins Super Bowl! biggrin
flacco wins playoff games romo buys tickets to watch them,,not even close in talent

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Posted: 12/31/2012 10:00 AM

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21XXXV wrote: The fact that the deal was able to be made, while Cleveland sat and watched is unreal, and the reason they (The Browns are now rebuilding) for the sixth time in thirteen years.... Then having the vrowns draft a 28 year old Rookie, while Wilson and others were on the board seems par for the course for the once proud franchise. In a way, I feel for the loyal Brown fans.

They have been rebuilding since 1964.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 10:00 AM

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Romo reminds me of Boller. He has a love/hate relationship w/the fans. One minute he's being praised/doing well, the next minute he turns the ball over. Its like every time he has the ball you don't know what's coming 
braven98 wrote:
BMann wrote: Yes, congrats to our neighbors to the south.  My hatred for them has subsided significantly over the past decade - I only truly hate one team now (guess who?).  I was kinda rooting for Dallas, just cuz I felt like Romo deserved some success after so many clutch failures. Instead he suffered perhaps his most epic failure in the clutch since the bobbled snap against Seattle.  Wow, is he awful under pressure.  Makes Flacco look like Manning/Brady/Montana back there.

Looking forward to a Ravens/Skins Super Bowl! biggrin
flacco wins playoff games romo buys tickets to watch them,,not even close in talent
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Posted: 12/31/2012 11:49 AM

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HEEEEEEEEAP wrote: You know, next Sunday will be a spit in the eye of former commisioner Tagliabue.  He said this area couldn't support 2 teams and that areas like Jacksonville were the future of this league.  Meanwhile on Sunday, there will be 165,000 Ravens/Redskins fans cheering their team from their stadiums.  Take that Mr. Commisioner.

I have half a mind to pin this.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 1:17 PM

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You know, next Sunday will be a spit in the eye of former commisioner Tagliabue.  He said this area couldn't support 2 teams and that areas like Jacksonville were the future of this league.  Meanwhile on Sunday, there will be 165,000 Ravens/Redskins fans cheering their team from their stadiums.  Take that Mr. Commisioner.

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I LOVE my museum! Tagliboob sucks

Congrats Kenny, I was at the last home playoff game at Fed-ex in 1999 lol

"When you go in the lion's den, you don't tippy toe in.You carry a spear, you go in screaming like a banshee, you kick whatever doors in, and say, 'Where's the son of a bitch!'If you go in any other way you're gonna lose.

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Posted: 12/31/2012 3:50 PM

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BertJonesMyHero wrote:
HEEEEEEEEAP wrote: You know, next Sunday will be a spit in the eye of former commisioner Tagliabue.  He said this area couldn't support 2 teams and that areas like Jacksonville were the future of this league.  Meanwhile on Sunday, there will be 165,000 Ravens/Redskins fans cheering their team from their stadiums.  Take that Mr. Commisioner.

I have half a mind to pin this.
Thanks Bert!
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Posted: 12/31/2012 4:34 PM

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BertJonesMyHero wrote:
HEEEEEEEEAP wrote: You know, next Sunday will be a spit in the eye of former commisioner Tagliabue.  He said this area couldn't support 2 teams and that areas like Jacksonville were the future of this league.  Meanwhile on Sunday, there will be 165,000 Ravens/Redskins fans cheering their team from their stadiums.  Take that Mr. Commisioner.

I have half a mind to pin this.
And the pairs of playoff tickets were sold it immediately.  Luckily i was just looking for friends and i've got season tickets.  cool
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Posted: 12/31/2012 6:14 PM

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Got to admit, one helluva second half of the season. Forget RG, Morris is a killer RB. Congrats.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 6:56 PM

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OsRavensFan wrote: Got to admit, one helluva second half of the season. Forget RG, Morris is a killer RB. Congrats.

totally agree...rg3 is for real,but,this year,morris is the straw that stirs the drink....imagine if luck had morris taking pressure off his arse....

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Posted: 12/31/2012 7:01 PM

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ravmaniac wrote:
21XXXV wrote: The fact that the deal was able to be made, while Cleveland sat and watched is unreal, and the reason they (The Browns are now rebuilding) for the sixth time in thirteen years.... Then having the vrowns draft a 28 year old Rookie, while Wilson and others were on the board seems par for the course for the once proud franchise. In a way, I feel for the loyal Brown fans.

Art was smart and took what he knew was a golden deal in Baltimore. Ctank had it's chance to keep them. But they built a hall of fame for rock bands instead..  They wanted to keep the NBA and built the Grund arena. Then they took more money from Art and took the Injins from the Muni and put them in a stadium he said couldn't afford to build. And he was right. Jacobs field is still losing money..
Then they cried like babies when they lost their 2nd NFL team, the NFL bent over and gave them one, and they've sucked ever since..

And I'm happy for it..

They've cried to keep Art out of Canton, and we continue to wipe our feet on their team...

Remember...If its brown, flush it down..
i was going to just pay attribution to your post in my previous post...but after rereading it,i thought it deserved it`s own quote and kudos....brilliant post...

and happy new year to that smug simp of a sportswriter(i use the term loosely) tony grossi....
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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:37 PM

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21XXXV wrote: The fact that the deal was able to be made, while Cleveland sat and watched is unreal, and the reason they (The Browns are now rebuilding) for the sixth time in thirteen years.... Then having the vrowns draft a 28 year old Rookie, while Wilson and others were on the board seems par for the course for the once proud franchise. In a way, I feel for the loyal Brown fans.
You realize that the franchise all the brains of the organization came here to Baltimore?  Everybody involved in the new incarnation has been a joke. There's no "rebuilding," they've been building from scratch from day 1.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 9:59 PM

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With salary cap, and current parity in the NFL, a competitive team can be assembled and should be able to compete. The schedule also lends itself to a team that hasn't done well the previous year..... I'd say fourteen years should be enough time. I am not a Joe Banner fan, while in Philly he was the type that if he sold you a dozen eggs and two were double yokes, he'd expect you to pay extra...One cheap SOB.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 10:04 PM

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gweasel1 wrote:
OsRavensFan wrote: Got to admit, one helluva second half of the season. Forget RG, Morris is a killer RB. Congrats.

totally agree...rg3 is for real,but,this year,morris is the straw that stirs the drink....imagine if luck had morris taking pressure off his arse....

a
Yup.  Luck was forced to throw the ball a lot this year.  He didn't have the killer running game or good backup QB to lean on.  If I had my choice of the 3 i'd pick Luck for this year and moving forward.
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Posted: 12/31/2012 11:35 PM

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QAm I the only one seeing a repeat of playoff teams in Baseball and Football? 
                      Ravens / Orioles      Redskins / Nationals

What are the chances anyone would've predicted that?  It wasnt too far fetched that we would face eachother in the big dance.  There is a chance for it in football too.

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Posted: 12/31/2012 11:51 PM

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ravmaniac wrote (in part):
21XXXV wrote: The fact that the deal was able to be made, while Cleveland sat and watched is unreal, and the reason they (The Browns are now rebuilding) for the sixth time in thirteen years.... Then having the vrowns draft a 28 year old Rookie, while Wilson and others were on the board seems par for the course for the once proud franchise. In a way, I feel for the loyal Brown fans.

Art was smart and took what he knew was a golden deal in Baltimore. Ctank had it's chance to keep them. But they built a hall of fame for rock bands instead..  

So Tags rubs our nose in it in when we got shot down for expansion, and we end up with the Ravens because, in part, Cleveland, not Baltimore, built "a museum."

Going on 20 years and the nearly-ironic coincidence never occurred to me.

Getting old.

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Posted: 1/1/2013 7:59 AM

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21XXXV wrote: With salary cap, and current parity in the NFL, a competitive team can be assembled and should be able to compete. The schedule also lends itself to a team that hasn't done well the previous year..... I'd say fourteen years should be enough time. I am not a Joe Banner fan, while in Philly he was the type that if he sold you a dozen eggs and two were double yokes, he'd expect you to pay extra...One cheap SOB.
banner was excellent with the cap...when they did it his way they won ..pay a player before he becomes a household name backload the deal. [flacco should have been done 2 years ago] cut them when they hit 30, banner had his fallout when Red went away from this and bought every big name FA

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Posted: 1/1/2013 3:55 PM

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21XXXV wrote: The fact that the deal was able to be made, while Cleveland sat and watched is unreal, and the reason they (The Browns are now rebuilding) for the sixth time in thirteen years.... Then having the Browns draft a 28 year old Rookie, while Wilson and others were on the board seems par for the course for the once proud franchise. In a way, I feel for the loyal Brown fans.
Deserves a bump. They had the number 3 pick and could have moved up to 2 pretty easily. Richardson is a good back but like all Tide players (ahem,Cody and Upshaw) looks a lot better when surrounded by talent. They were all a bit overrated IMO. And backs can be found outside of the top 3 picks and are every year. Inept franchise for sure.
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Posted: 1/1/2013 5:08 PM

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braven98 wrote: eekcongrads love the post game celebration...see you in NO
I agree! Good for them! I have no issues with the Skins winning their division. I can"t stand the Cowboys particularly after having to sit next to 2 absolute POS Cowboys "fans" at the Ravens-Cowboys game this year--by far the worst visiting "fans" I have ever dealt withdisbelief Of course I loathe the Eagirls because of the a$$holes I work with. There is nothing better than to first hand witness the meltdown of their pathetic fans after the seasons the Phillies and Eagles have had. The Skins will be the dominant force along with the Giants in the NFC east for the next 10 years. No issues on my end!
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Posted: 1/1/2013 5:09 PM

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RchmondRvnsFan wrote: Yea, congrats man. I don't hate the skins, I rooted for them when I was a kid in the late 80s early 90s, the dark ages of football for this town.
I knew it, I just knew itcool
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Posted: 1/1/2013 5:14 PM

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Haha. I call that a skins fan.
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RchmondRvnsFan wrote: Yea, congrats man. I don't hate the skins, I rooted for them when I was a kid in the late 80s early 90s, the dark ages of football for this town.
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Posted: 1/1/2013 5:31 PM

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HEEEEEEEEAP wrote:  on Sunday, there will be 165,000 Ravens/Redskins fans cheering their team from their stadiums.
Not to quibble over details, but the combined capacity of the two NFL stadiums in Maryland is approx 150,000:

Ravens: 71,000
Danny Snyders: 79,000 (after reducing 13,000 seats this off-season due to lack of support)

We have enjoyed of 17 years of sellouts since the Ravens arrived in 1996.  Redskins, however, were playing to 15,000 - 25,000 empty seats, had to downscale more seating than the Jaguars to avert blackouts.  They are all caught up in the RG3 hysteria right now, but don't be surprised to see more Tarps at Raljon when losing ways inevitably return.

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Posted: 1/1/2013 5:47 PM

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TDLand wrote:
Haha. I call that a skins fan.
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RchmondRvnsFan wrote: Yea, congrats man. I don't hate the skins, I rooted for them when I was a kid in the late 80s early 90s, the dark ages of football for this town.
I knew it, I just knew itcool

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What is wrong with rooting for the closest team when your hometown doesn't have a team? Purplebirds thinks I'm a redskins fan and not a ravens fan, I'd ignore him if I were you.  Although his teenage girl like meltdowns are pretty funny.
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