The Ravens snuck out a victory but were down a few key players. Similar to them, we are down Chris and half of Alec’s voice for this show but we recap all phases of the team including a great special teams performance that likely made the difference in the game.
The Chiefs were able to defeat the Ravens with what seemed to be relative ease. We discuss the fan base reaction, our reaction, and what the Ravens can learn from the disappointing primetime loss.
The Ravens were able to close out the season winning 12 straight games. The backups led by RGIII put up 28 points on the Steelers. Correspondent KFish joins Alec and Peter to discuss the game and the upcoming Wildcard weekend.
Another season without the Lombardi. We try and discuss the ugly, bad, and the good of the game but there is a healthy dose of overall reflection too. Sadly, this game was a summary of all of the season’s concerns.
After the most miserable half of football we’ve had to cover as a podcast, the Ravens found a way to invoke their 2019 form and put together a solid half of football for their first come from behind win under Lamar Jackson. Will this be the turning point of the season?
Now that we have had some time to process the Ravens playoff loss and think about the season, the guys got together to recap the different chapters of this season. We broke this episode into two parts so next week we’ll look at the most improved players year over year and where we rank the 2019 Ravens in franchise history.
After an exciting draft, we finally feel like the 2021 season is in full gear. Now we know who the Ravens valued the most in this draft to make a part of our franchise going forward. We discuss how the picks can contribute to this year and beyond.