The Ravens are looking to sweep the Browns this year after a disappointing loss in Pittsburgh. We break down how the Browns might be a matchup the Ravens stack up well against despite the recent loss of Marlon Humphrey.
The Ravens have a short week, playing the New York Jets on Thursday Night Football at The Bank. Chris and Alec will be at the game which we hope won’t be a trap game. Listen in for our new Bold Prediction format, let us know what you think!
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After taking some time to digest this season, we discuss the overall performance of the Ravens in each facet of the game and elude to some changes we can expect going into next year.
For the preshow content we eluded to, check out the public Patreon post.
The Ravens found a way to stick with the NFC leading Packers until the very end, coming up just short on a controversial 2 point conversion in an attempt to take the lead with 42 seconds left in regulation. We break down that choice and the play that got the Ravens to that inflection point with listener Patrick.
While the whole media salivates over the potential for a Dobbins and Madubuike breakout, we wanted to discuss the players who we expect will need to play above expectation for the Ravens to go the distance this season. Did we miss anyone you’d include?
After taking some time to look over the new schedule, we analyze the Ravens first 17 game regular season schedule which is full of difficult matchups and odd scheduling choices.
The Ravens are set to take on the New York Football Giants in their path towards a hopeful playoff birth. We break down the Giant squad and point out why they are a team you can’t totally overlook.