Found September 20, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
Ravens safety Bernard Pollard had plenty to say about the replacement officials on Thursday morning, and very little of it was kind. During an interview with the “Toucher and Rich Show” on 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston, Pollard ranted about how the officials are in way over their heads and blasted Roger Goodell for compromising the integrity of the game. “These guys need to be out,” Pollard said. “I respect them as men — they were put in a position they can’t handle. But who is going to turn down an NFL officiating gig when you probably get paid more than you got paid in the lingerie league or whatever. Who is going to turn that down? But when it’s all said and done, the commissioner needs to do something about it. “This is way out of their league. It’s too fast, guys are too crafty, and they cannot control the game. My issue is we have a commissioner that is jumping on board to hammer every other issue down in the NFL. He is jumping on board to get meetings with players when things...

Ravens’ Bernard Pollard Rips Replacement Reps On Boston Sports Talk

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Baltimore Ravens' Safety Bernard Pollard: Patriot-killer?

Tough, high-motored, and hard hitting, Bernard Pollard has become an integral part of the vaunted Ravens defense. The New England Patriots, who face the Ravens in Baltimore this Sunday, remember Pollard before he wore purple.In 2008, it was Pollard's hit that ended Tom Brady's season in week one, causing tears in the quarterback's ACL and MCL. At the time, Pollard played...

Bernard Pollard Feels Replacement Officials Are 'Starstruck' by Joe Flacco, Real Officials Need to 'Get Back Quick'

The NFL's replacement officials are no good for football, no one is debating that -- well, no one but Cortland Finnegan. But like many players and fans of the game, Baltimore Ravens safety Bernard Pollard has had enough. Pollard, who might be best known for ending Tom Brady's 2008 season and injuring Rob Gronkowski's ankle in the AFC Championship Game last season, joined...

Joe Flacco is the Most Overrated QB in the NFL

So, I meant to write this post last week after he won AFC Offensive Player of the Week, but ended up getting sidetracked by something else and by the time I went to write it, it didn't seem topical anymore. But, with the Ravens coming up and everyone and their brother fighting over the chance to blow Joe Flacco (SFW), I think the time has come to proclaim this for all to hear...

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The last we saw of the Ravens… I really don’t want...

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Ravens Using Pitta Like Aaron Hernandez?

Call me Hernandez 2.0 Juan… According to the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens are using Dennis Pitta as a WR and it has bee effective.  Here is the excerpt from the Baltimore Sun:  “Dennis Pitta was targeted a team-high 15 times in Sunday’s 24-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles and he is now listed ahead of fellow third-year tight end Ed Dickson on the team’s official depth chart...

Week 3 NFL Lines Favor Ravens in AFC Championship Rematch, Saints to Pick Up First Win

There are plenty of good matchups this weekend, and the best may be a rematch of one of last season's best games. The Patriots are heading on the road this weekend for a primetime throwdown with the Baltimore Ravens, a rematch of last year's AFC championship thriller. Both clubs are coming off losses in Week 2, which makes this week's tilt even more important. Get that...

Tom Brady Set To Battle Ravens - Both teams played each other…

Tom Brady Set To Battle Ravens - Both teams played each other for the AFC Championship just one whole season ago. And after week 3, one of these teams will be below the .500 mark. And you can bet your bottom dollar that Tom Brady will keep his eyes on the Ravens defensive anchor, Ray Lewis. Click here! to Read More...

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Celek's big leap highlights breakout for Eagles TE

Brent Celek had already turned a short pass into a long gain when he decided to imitate an Olympic-style hurdler and avoid the hard-hitting Ed Reed. Celek, a 6-foot-4, 255-pound tight end, jumped completely over Reed, the Ravens' star safety, and racked up a few more yards to complete a 24-yard catch-and-run in the third quarter of Philadelphia's 24-23 comeback win against...

ESPN overwhelmingly picks Ravens over Patriots

I went over this earlier in the day, everyone is talking about how much trouble the Ravens give the Patriots, but the Pats dominate the Ravens. Only stat you need to know is 7-1.ESPN:*’s Tedy Bruschi: Ravens 27, Patriots 20. The Patriots will be better after Thanksgiving than they are right now. They are still getting used to the way Josh McDaniels calls a game....

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