John Harbaugh on sideline exchange with Marcus Peters: Emotions run high, I love him

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Moments before Bills kicker Tyler Bass kicked a game-winning field goal to beat the Ravens on Sunday, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and cornerback Marcus Peters could be seen screaming at each other on the sideline.

Other members of the team got between the two men before the 23-20 loss was officially in the books and Harbaugh downplayed what went on without delving into details during his postgame press conference.

“Emotions run high. We’re on the same page,” Harbaugh said, via WGR 550. “We’ve got a great relationship, we’ve got an honest relationship. I love him, hope he still loves me, we’ll see.”

The Ravens were up 20-3 at one point in Sunday’s game, so it’s not hard to understand why things got heated as the collapse neared its conclusion.

21 responses to “John Harbaugh on sideline exchange with Marcus Peters: Emotions run high, I love him

  1. Peters said “that’s Josh Allen over there”and he’s ready to gut us on National TV.”

  2. I wonder if Harbaugh wanted to let Buffalo score a td so they could get the ball back and the rest of the defense wasn’t feeling the call.

  3. Peters doesn’t love you back coach. You are not and x’s and o’s coach and you rode the legacy of a great defense and Lamar lately. Your time is up and the players are revolting

  4. Peter’s isn’t worth the money or the headache, our hall of fame coach should just cut him instead of covering for him.

  5. Peters was pissed off and rightly so.

    Harbaugh didn’t kick the FG because he didn’t trust his defense to stop Josh Allen from scoring a TD… and then he turns around and refuses to let the Bills score from inside the 5 with time still left, and instead lets Buffalo run the clock all the way down to 0!!!

    That’s pretty bad game management, which is the Head Coach’s job.

  6. Harbaugh should be more concerned with his decision making than the Tua injury.
    That’s 2 losses at home they gave away on a silver platter.

  7. george1859 says:
    October 2, 2022 at 6:17 pm
    Peters said “that’s Josh Allen over there”and he’s ready to gut us on National TV.”
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    The way Allen played today he couldn’t gut a fish!
    19 of 36, 1TD/1INT and a QBR of 71.8

  8. pummer says:
    October 2, 2022 at 7:07 pm
    Peters was pissed off and rightly so.

    Harbaugh didn’t kick the FG because he didn’t trust his defense to stop Josh Allen from scoring a TD… and then he turns around and refuses to let the Bills score from inside the 5 with time still left, and instead lets Buffalo run the clock all the way down to 0!!!

    That’s pretty bad game management, which is the Head Coach’s job.
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    Unless the argument was about go out and drag a Bills player with the ball into the end zone, the Bills were not going to score. The Bills clearly made the decision to run down the clock and kick the game winning FG. Harbaugh used up his time outs and that was it.
    No more chances of leaving 13 seconds on the clock.

  9. Dr. Harbaugh needs to stop worrying about other teams. He has enough problems on his own team.

  10. If you trust the defense, trust them with a lead. Puts more pressure on the other team.

  11. I was in disbelief Baltimore went for it on 4th down. As it turns out, it was the right decision because Buffalo got the ball back on the 20 with the same amount of time regardless and they marched down the field at will. So, I’ll give that one to Harbaugh. But not dragging Buffalo’s runner into the end zone and giving Lamar a chance to tie is on Harbaugh. I assume that’s what Peter’s was fuming about.

    But one ref non-call changed the course of this game, the no pass interference just before half-time. Make that call and there’s a likely 10 point swing.

    Otherwise, Buffalo clearly dominated the 2nd half and Baltimore needs to re-assess the Dobbins experiment, it doesn’t look good. If he was a 6th round pick, he’d be gone. But Baltimore falls in love with high draft picks & former hall of famers. Meanwhile, teams like KC are lighting it up with young, fast players.

  12. Why does Lamar do so poorly when it counts? Playoffs? Second half, shut out again? Big games? No way does Baltimore pay this guy, all smoke and mirrors to buy some time till they say good bye to him. Everyone knows how to shut Baltimore down when it counts.

  13. Marcus Peters is a trouble maker, acts like his play is outstanding, it’s average at BEST! fighting teammates, opponents….not really playing good football.

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