Phil and Alex join us to discuss their team and the key matchups of the game. We have to thank them for providing us one of the funniest commentaries of a team we have ever heard.
The Ravens are looking for a get right game at home against their last NFC South opponent, the Atlanta Falcons. We discuss the way Desmond Ridder commanded the offense in his first start and how the Dean Pees coordinated defense has performed this year.
The Ravens are back at the bank after a long away stand to face the red hot Detriot Lions. To breakdown the matchup, we are honored to have All Pro Safety Glover Quin of the Bleav in Lions podcast joining us!
This week we discuss John Harbaugh. It wasn’t totally clear that he’d remain the Ravens head coach during the entire 2018 season. We discuss the pros and cons of keeping Harbaugh around and if we think he is the right person to lead the Ravens during this team transition. After that discussion we pick up on listener Nick’s suggested article about Sam Koch.
The next episode will be about our favorite underrated Ravens. We’d love to hear who your favorite underrated Ravens are! You can either email us at email@example.com or leave a comment on this post.
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Another STATEMENT game by the Ravens, traveling all the way to LA to beat the Rams under the lights on Monday Night Football. Enjoy the episode and check out the various artwork along the chapter markers.
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From Listener Tbama: You can see Brockers turn his head a bit to look at 1:58 and his eyes tricked Donald out at 3:06
And here at 2:24
The Ravens were unable to pull off the last minute drive and two point conversion necessary to win a game that got away from them at Heinz Field. We talk about the loss as well as the season outlook with the devastating Marlon Humphrey injury compounding with all the other injuries.
The Ravens repeat the trend of knocking off a hot Broncos team early in the season with a pretty decisive 23-7 win. We discuss the 5 sack performance by the defense and the Ravens offense who leaned more on the pass than the run.