Found January 18, 2012 on Nice Pick, Cowher:
I hate the Patriots. I just do. I’ve always hated the Patriots. I remember when I was a little kid…I hated the Patriots. In 2004, during Big Ben’s rookie season when the Patriots beat us in the AFC Championship game, my hate for the Patriots was renewed. “Spy Gate” ensued and my hate for Belicheat and his lovable gang of insanely good looking football players grew. Last season I attended the Steelers/Patriots game at Heinz Field when the Patriots just murdered the Steelers. My hate for the Patriots boiled over. All that being said, it gave me great satisfaction to watch Brady carve the Broncos to pieces, and I imagine I will be just as, if not more elated watching Brady carve Ed Reed, Ray “Stabby” Lewis and the Baltimore Fart Faces to pieces. Awesome. Off to a good start. … [visit site to read more] Post Season Thoughts - Nice Pick, Cowher - Nice Pick, Cowher - A Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Joe Flacco and Ed Reed stage 'fight'

The teammates orchestrated a fake fight before practice Thursday to assuage any doubts that the two harbor any ill will toward each other due to the safety's recent critical comments about the Ravens QB.

Ravens safety Ed Reed piles on, and knocks his quarterback, Joe Flacco. What?

File this under: Not what you’re looking for during AFC Championship week. Ravens safety Ed Reed, appearing on SiriusXM NFL Radio earlier today, essentially blamed the struggles of the Ravens offense Sunday on Joe Flacco. That’s right, the same Flacco who can’t seem to get any respect. Now the shots are coming from his own teammates. Anyway, Reed claimed the Texans defense...

Joe Flacco Downplays Ed Reed’s Comments

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said that he spoke with safety Ed Reed about his criticism of him after this past Sunday’s win over the Texans. Flacco of course downplayed the whole situation. “I talked to Ed about it,” Flacco said. “It’s not really that big a deal. I don’t take things that bad. It’s Ed. It’s not a big deal.” Flacco did admit that Reed...

Ed Reed says Flacco needs to get rid of the ball, line needs to block better | ProFootballTalk

Ed Reed says Flacco needs to get rid of the ball, line needs to block better | ProFootballTalk: Stop...

Flacco on Reed’s Criticism: ‘Not Really That Big Of A Deal’

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has bigger and better things to worry about than a teammate’s recent criticism. On Wednesday, Flacco downplayed recent criticism from safety Ed Reed, saying it was no big deal as the team continues to prepare for this Sunday’s AFC Championship Game in New England. Reed stirred the pot this past [...]

Ed Reed National Conference Call Transcript

Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed addresses the national media during his conference call on Thursday, January 19, 2012.

Ravens QB Flacco, safety Reed laugh off reported tension

Both Joe Flacco and Ed Reed entered the Ravens' indoor practice facility together Thursday and upon seeing dozens of media members, Reed mockingly turned to Flacco and shouted, "you and me," as if they were poised to scrap.

Raven's Flacco not flustered by Reed's remarks

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said he initially ”was a little caught off guard” by teammate Ed Reed's comments knocking his play in Sunday's playoff victory over the Houston Texans.

Veterans Lewis, Reed leading way for built-to-last Ravens defense

Linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed have spent 11 seasons together with the Baltimore Ravens, making one big play after another.

Lewis, Reed star on built-to-last Ravens defense

OWINGS MILLS, MD. (AP) - Ray Lewis and Ed Reed have spent 11 seasons together with the Baltimore Ravens, making one big play after another for a defense that is always among the best in the NFL.Although it's difficult to imagine the Ravens without Lewis in the middle of the ...

Ricky Williams not antsy over limited role in the offense

Backup running back averaged 4.7 yards on six carries vs. TexansWhile much of the firestorm around Ravens free safety Ed Reed's comments on SiriusXM satellite radio on Monday centered on his critique of quarterback Joe Flacco, Reed also stated his belief that Ricky Williams should have gotten a few more carries in the team's 20-13 win against the Houston Texans in Sunday...
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