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.
The Ravens were able to get a win in Arizona with some less than stellar play by many of the players and units. We discuss how this game was strange and how these performances project over the rest of the season.
The Ravens face another strong NFC opponent in the Seahawks at M&T Bank stadium. Can the Ravens get their 4th straight win and keep rolling? We breakdown both sides of the ball and give our predictions.
With 33 players on IR or COVID IR, the Ravens went to Cincinnati totally dilapidated. Though they were able to show some flashes, the talent attrition was too much and they were unable to slow down the Bengals passing attack. We break down what we can take away from this game when looking at the final two games of the season.
The Ravens suffered their largest collapse since 1997 and their first in the Lamar Era, blowing a 3 touchdown lead in the fourth quarter. A game with some of the highest highs and the lowest lows, we try to sift through what happened and how the team can bounce back.
The Ravens put on another show against a top NFC team at M&T Bank Stadium. With a defense that only allowed 6 first downs and an offense that would have scored 40+ if they kept their foot on the gas, there is a lot to be excited about in Baltimore.
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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