A few left-over questions from Sundays Ravens-Eagles game:
Was Anquan Boldin missing for large chunks of the game, or did the Eagles secondary throw a Harry Potter blanket of invisibility over him?
Did you notice that Vonta Leach so likes contact that after he went into the end zone with the Ravens first touchdown, he sought out an Eagle to run into?
Could it be that a huge turning point in the game was when the Ravens went three-and-out after the Eagles had scored a touchdown in the third quarter to make it 17-14?
Wasnt Ray Lewis weight loss supposed to produce a quicker linebacker and fewer catches for opposing tight ends in the middle of the field?
If Joe Flacco had led Torrey Smith instead of making him wait and turn around for the long pass that closed the third quarter, wouldnt the Ravens have had a touchdown?
Hasnt set the edge already become worn out as a go-to phrase for television commentators?
How many cornerbacks combine coverage ability with attacking the run the way the Ravens Lardarius Webb does?
Does the fact that we havent heard about players being fined for criticizing the replacement officials as the Ravens did on Sunday a tacit admission by the NFL that they really arent very good?