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Looks like Mark Ingram's days in Baltimore might be numbered

 
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He would have been traded had he not injured his ankle.
 
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He came a long way from “Big Truss”. So did Lamar. It’s amazing how much hate Taysom is getting but Jackson got none. Taysom is a way better passer which is already something they can’t fathom to understand. The guy competed 18-23 with 3 of them being drops. You just can feel them hoping he sucks, especially the Simms of the world.
 

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Sean was preserving Mark’s career via the RB by committee setup. I want Mark to retire as a Saint. The problem is that I love LM, and think he’s fit in perfectly with our scheme.

I hope the Ravens start recognizing how great Mark is and how much better the offense ran when MI got the bulk of the Ravens’s carries. He doesn’t deserve how they’re doing him, especially since they are losing games w/out that running dominance.
 

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I wouldn’t count Mark out to quick. He actually doesn’t have that much wear and tear. Rarely fumbles. If his ankle injury is not a permanent or prolonged issue, he will find a new team. Ten or twelve bull rushes a game is easy work for him.
 

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I don't blame Mark for doing what he did. It is unfortunate we weren't aggressive or his agent did a horrible job. But I can't feel sorry for Mark since he was put in a position to succeed more and was close to a Super Bowl again.
 

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Sean was preserving Mark’s career via the RB by committee setup. I want Mark to retire as a Saint. The problem is that I love LM, and think he’s fit in perfectly with our scheme.

I hope the Ravens start recognizing how great Mark is and how much better the offense ran when MI got the bulk of the Ravens’s carries. He doesn’t deserve how they’re doing him, especially since they are losing games w/out that running dominance.
I think too, Baltimore is suffering an identity crisis on offense. They dont know what they want to be or cant achieve it.
 

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