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 the Ravens posted their top 25 games of the last 25 years, the guys had some opinions of the list. We share the way we’d rank the top games in Ravens’ history along with discussion around the league including COVID updates and the possibility of a bubble season.
RIP Mo Gaba. The Ravens’ community will miss your optimism.
We all know this opponent really well so we reflected on what we could learn from the last time we squared off with the team and what has changed from an injury prospective.
We hope you and your family find a way to enjoy Thanksgiving this season safely and for a Ravens win.
The Ravens offense was unable to consistently score touchdowns in the redzone and the defense gave up 18 points in the 4th quarter, resulting in a bitter loss in Jacksonville. We discuss the miscues and the where the Ravens need to grow to be a serious threat in the playoffs.
The Ravens were able to squeak out a home game with the illustrious leg of Justin Tucker to finally get a win at home against their biggest divisional rival. Jason from HuddleItUpFilms joins us to break down the game.
The Ravens were able to sweep the Bengals on Thursday Night to increase their lead in the AFC North. The win did come at a cost, with Mark Andrews suffering a serious injury that puts the rest of his season in jeopardy.
Alec, Peter, and Chris are back with a new show, but this time about the Baltimore Ravens. We start off by discussing the 2019 schedule and our pre-draft predictions.
Oh, and here is the Lamar Time image Alec was talking about.
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