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.
The Ravens had another down to the wire game during primetime that they were able to win to improve to 8-3 and sit atop the AFC after 12 weeks. We look at how the Ravens were able to win this game despite Lamar’s worst game this year.
The Ravens got off to a hot start against the New York Football Giants allowing Ravens fans to do some guilt-free scoreboard watching to see if the Ravens would get any help. With the Jets upsetting the Browns and Pittsburgh coming back to defeat the Colts, the Ravens now control their own destiny into the playoffs.
The Ravens were able to do exactly what we hoped for and deliver a dominating game against the Jaguars on both sides of the ball. We talked about the playoff situation going forward and what pieces of this game we can apply to future matchups.
The Ravens are trying to avoid a hangover game against the Lions, their first non primetime game of the season. We discuss the key matchups of the game and what we want to see from the team as they travel to Detriot.
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.
The Ravens had a dominating performance to secure their spot as the 5th seed in this year’s playoffs. We discuss the takeaways we can pull from this game to prepare for our wildcard game against the Titans, a poetic opponent.