The severely handicapped Ravens nearly found a way to beat the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL after several delays to the game due to the Ravens’ COVID outbreak. We discuss the game and its silver linings.
The Ravens were able to beat the Falcons in the coldest home game in their history on Christmas Eve. We discuss the performance that locked in a 2022 playoff birth.
For the 3rd offseason we discuss the Super Bowl XXXV Champions through the lens of the latest ESPN 30 for 30 special, Bullies of Baltimore. We also provide you our Super Bowl picks.
The Ravens got off to a slow start that they weren’t able to overcome in the final moments of the game. Calais Campbell and Lamar Jackson both got injured early and missed the rest of the game but Tyler Huntley and the rest of the team stepped up to give fans a glimmer of hope for the remainder of the season.
After arguably the two biggest back to back Ravens regular season wins ever, the team has to avoid a trap game against a divisional rival which is also the only winless team left in the NFL. Although we played this team only a few weeks ago, a few things have changed between the matchups including a quarterback change for the Bengals and multiple players returning from injury for both teams.
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A heartbreaking way to start the season. The Ravens fell to the Raiders in a bizarre overtime after a regulation full of ups and downs. We break down the loss and discuss if we think the problems we saw are fixable going into next week’s primetime game against the Chiefs.
The Ravens were able to come away with their 9th straight win in a close game in Orchard Park. Tune in to hear our takes including a Hayden Hurst Hype session we’ve been waiting for all season.
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