The Ravens are in the middle of their 3 home games in 11 days facing the divisional opponent, the Browns. With Watson expected to play this time, the Ravens will face a different matchup than earlier in the year when he was unexceptionally scratched. We discuss the differences since the last time we faced them.
For this episode we discuss the positions the Ravens might add some extra talent to round out an already excellent defense. We discuss the personnel that would enable defensive packages the Ravens couldn’t reliably play last year. Where do you think we’ll make signings?
The severely handicapped Ravens nearly found a way to beat the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL after several delays to the game due to the Ravens’ COVID outbreak. We discuss the game and its silver linings.
The Ravens got off to a slow start that they weren’t able to overcome in the final moments of the game. Calais Campbell and Lamar Jackson both got injured early and missed the rest of the game but Tyler Huntley and the rest of the team stepped up to give fans a glimmer of hope for the remainder of the season.
For our final ReCAP of the 2021 season, we discuss a disappointing loss in overtime to our divisional rivals, the Steelers, to propel them into the post season to give Big Ben an extra long swan song.
With Lamar Jackson, Hollywood Brown, Anthony Averett, and Jimmy Smith inactive this week, the Ravens asked Tyler Huntley and other next men up to deliver a win at Soldier Field for the first time in Ravens history. The team delivered in an ugly but resilient fashion.
They said it couldn’t be done, but the Ravens impressed the nation winning in Seattle against a top tier Seahawks team. The defense played their best ball of the season and Lamar Jackson put his name back into the MVP discussion.
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