The Dolphins beat the other 1-7 team in the league last week to improve to 2-7 but have struggled mightily this season after an impressive 10-6 campaign last year that nearly landed them in the playoffs. We break down this team to figure out what happened and how they could threaten the Ravens in this Thursday night trap game.
Houston wants to get their first win of the season but have the hardest start to the season of any team – first the Super Bowl defending Chiefs and now our Ravens. We break down the key matchups of the game and give our predictions.
On Monday night the crew was excited to hear about Jimmy Smith returning for at least one more year with the Ravens after the more somber news of Ron Marciniak passing away. We discussed how Jimmy Smith and the Ravens other free agent signings play into the overall offseason strategy for the Ravens.
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The Ravens are in must win territory with back to back home games. We break down the key Rams matchups as well as offer up our bold predictions for the game that we can’t wait to see in person together.
Justin from YouTube’s Bengals Collector joins us to discuss his team. This is the first time the Ravens will get to face Joe Burrow, the new face of the franchise. We discuss how we think this game will play out and if its the beginning of a new divisional rivalry.
The Ravens are going up north to face another hot and similarly built team, the Buffalo Bills. Two second year quarterbacks will face off against respectable defenses. We brought on a diehard Bills fan and friend CJ, who’s been to over 250 Bills games to tell us about his team.
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With the preseason games coming up, we had Jason from HuddleItUpFilms join us to discuss the things to pay attention to when evaluating roster bubble players. You’re sure to learn something new listening to this episode and we are really grateful for Jason’s time. You can find his work on YouTube and Twitter.