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 were unable to pull off the last minute drive and two point conversion necessary to win a game that got away from them at Heinz Field. We talk about the loss as well as the season outlook with the devastating Marlon Humphrey injury compounding with all the other injuries.
The Ravens were able to sweep the Bengals on Thursday Night to increase their lead in the AFC North. The win did come at a cost, with Mark Andrews suffering a serious injury that puts the rest of his season in jeopardy.
The Ravens were unable to score in the second half of the Bills game and ultimately gave the Bills their first lead of the game as time expired. We breakdown how the game started off so well and what happened to result in another heartbreaking loss at home.
The Ravens were able to score 24 unanswered points in the second half to bust open the divisional matchup against the Texans and bring the AFC Championship game to Baltimore for the first time in over 50 years. We discuss the excellent defensive performance and the offensive adjustments that led to the big win.
After the Ravens posted their top 25 games of the last 25 years, the guys had some opinions of the list. We share the way we’d rank the top games in Ravens’ history along with discussion around the league including COVID updates and the possibility of a bubble season.
RIP Mo Gaba. The Ravens’ community will miss your optimism.
The Ravens are traveling for an away game, but this time its in London! We face off against a team we know well, the Tennessee Titans. We are joined by Titans Fan Tim to break down the matchup.