The Ravens are about to go into the dreaded 3 game stretch we’ve talked about since the schedule was released and play the Browns at home during Sunday Night Football. We discuss the battered and bruised Browns and how we can matchup against them.
The Ravens are looking for a bounce back game after a disappointing and heartbreaking loss to the Dolphins last week. They face the Patriots who upset them in a terrible weather game when they last played in 2020. We discuss the key matchups and growth we’re looking forward to on Sunday.
A heartbreaking loss occurred on Sunday that likely ended the Ravens playoff hopes for this season. We break down how the offensive performance was not able to score a touchdown despite two deep red zone opportunities that spoiled a defensive performance that kept them in control of the game for so long. It truly was a microcosm of the whole season.
The Ravens were quick to sign Kevin Zeitler to kick off the tampering period and improve their offensive line. We also managed to bring back Tyus Bowser, Pernell McPhee, and Derek Wolfe. That said, there are still many other holes Ravens fans want the team to fill in the coming weeks. We give our perspectives on the process so far.
To put a bow on the 2021 season, we recap the major themes of the year and discuss the departure of Wink Martindale.
The Ravens were able to get the win against the Jets in a sloppy game. While the defense looked ready to play, the offense definitely took some time to find any rhythm. We discuss our thoughts on the first regular season action of the 2022 campaign.
The Ravens won their home opener to a sold out M&T Bank Stadium with Corespondent KFish and Listener Nick at the game with Alec. With Chris on his honeymoon, we had KFish fill in. Apologies that the audio quality isn’t up to our typical standards this week!
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