The Ravens offense was unable to consistently score touchdowns in the redzone and the defense gave up 18 points in the 4th quarter, resulting in a bitter loss in Jacksonville. We discuss the miscues and the where the Ravens need to grow to be a serious threat in the playoffs.
We’ve had a chance to digest the Raven’s schedule and go through it game by game to discuss the challenges ahead for the Ravens. With 5 primetime games and several tough opponents, we had a lot to discuss.
The Ravens pulled off another divisional win, albeit with a tighter score than some fans wanted to see. Although the Ravens left the game victorious, they suffered a season ending injury to Deshon Elliot and Canady left the game with an injury that makes him day to day. With the secondary hurting more than ever, the Ravens executed a trade with the Rams for two time Pro Bowler Marcus Peters. In exchange the Rams receive struggling but promising middle linebacker Kenny Young and a 2020 5th round pick. We provide our breaking news reaction at the end of the episode.
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With Huntley likely to start and the Ravens not favored for the first time in many weeks, we discuss the upcoming Steelers matchup with local Steelers Fan Steve. Do you think the Ravens can pull of a divisional upset?
Happy Purple Friday! Last season, the Ravens were swept by divisional rival Cincinnati. This week, Peter looks back at five times in franchise history where the Ravens were able to successfully avenge a divisional season sweep.
Phil and Alex join us to discuss their team and the key matchups of the game. We have to thank them for providing us one of the funniest commentaries of a team we have ever heard.
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.