Thursday, February 25, 2021

INTELLIGENT CONVERSATION

From Cleveland…the evidence!

AUDIO VAULT

Marty Conway and Nestor discuss future of Orioles and stadium situation

Marty Conway and Nestor discuss future of Orioles and stadium situation

Terps color analyst Chris Knoche joins Nestor to discuss big time college hoops realities during pandemic

Terps color analyst Chris Knoche joins Nestor to discuss big time college hoops realities during pandemic

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss magic of Orioles baseball for next 24 months in Baltimore

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss magic of Orioles baseball for next 24 months in Baltimore

Don Mohler and Nestor start measuring progress of Biden administration early days

Don Mohler and Nestor start measuring progress of Biden administration early days

Dick Jerardi and Nestor discuss realities of a college basketball season during a plague

Dick Jerardi and Nestor discuss realities of a college basketball season during a plague

In our eternal quest to bring you EXACTLY what’s going on with the Ravens, we’ve decided to allow wnsTV to paint the picture.

I can go through my "overall" observations later in the week — I don’t think they’ll improve after yesterday’s debacle — but for now, check out wnsTV’s "two-part" series on my day in Cleveland.

Part 1 is here…

Part 2 is here…

You can hear everything I was thinking AS I was thinking it.

And I didn’t think many "good" thoughts.

It was a whitewashing, no matter what the final statistics tell you. The Ravens were never in the game.

Mistakes in the secondary. Turnovers. Penalties. Missed field goals. When you lose in Cleveland — and especially in a blowout — you KNOW there are plenty of fingers to point and plenty of bodies to point at.

The radio station will be full of it for 14 hours per day this week.

But this is what I was thinking and how my day went on the shores of Lake Erie.

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