The Ravens found a way to lose their first game of the year where it truly felt like they were outplayed, even though the team led for over 59 minutes. We discuss the disappointing performance at home against our divisional foe, the Browns.
The Ravens are coming off a bye and having their first home game in almost a month against the Panthers who are coming off a mini bye and Thursday Night victory. We discuss if Baker Mayfield and their somewhat underrated defense can challenge the Ravens in the game with the biggest Vegas spread of the week.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Ravens were able to get a key divisional win away in Pittsburgh this week. We talk about the new look rivalry and what we learned about this young Ravens team.
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The Ravens are in must win territory with back to back home games. We break down the key Rams matchups as well as offer up our bold predictions for the game that we can’t wait to see in person together.
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.
We all know this opponent really well so we reflected on what we could learn from the last time we squared off with the team and what has changed from an injury prospective.
We hope you and your family find a way to enjoy Thanksgiving this season safely and for a Ravens win.
52 days before Alec’s upcoming wedding, the crew got together to discuss the bittersweet retirement of an all time Ravens’ legend, Marshal Yanda.
After that we discuss the 3rd and 4th round compensatory picks the Ravens received in this year’s draft by going down memory lane of all the Ravens comp picks over time. We couldn’t find this list anywhere so we made it ourselves! A Ravens ReCAP exclusive!
1996: 6th round: WR James Roe
1997: 6th round: DE Cornell Brown 7th round: QB Wally Richardson
1998: 7th round: TE Cam Quayle
1999: 4th round: G Edwin Mulitalo
2000: No Picks
2001: No Picks
2002: 6th round: WR Javon Hunter, RB Chester Taylor, S Chad Williams
2003: 4th round: FB Ovie Mughelli 5th round: OT Tony Pashos 7th round: OT Mike Mabry, CB Antwoine Sanders
2004: 6th round: WR Clarence Moore 7th round: WR Derek Abney, G Brian Rimpf
2005: 6th round: QB Derek Anderson
2006: 4th round: RB PJ Daniels, 5th round: TE Quinn Sypniewski
2007: 4th round: LB Antwaan Barnes, FB/RB Le’Ron McClain, 5th round: QB Troy Smith , 6th round: LB Prescott Burgess
2008: 3rd round: OT Oniel Cousins 4th round: OT David Hale 6th round: S Haruki Nakamura 7th round: RB Allen Patrick
2009: No Picks
2010: No Picks
2011: 5th round: CB Chykie Brown, LB Pernell McPhee
2012: 4th round: S Christian Thompson 5th round: CB Asa Jackson
2013: 4th round: FB Kyle Juszczyk, 5th round: T Ricky Wagner
2014: 3rd round: TE Crockett Gillmore 4th round: DE Brent Urban, RB Lorenzo Taliaferro 5th round: G John Urshel
2015: 4th round: CB Tray Walker 5th round: TE Nick Boyle, T Robert Myers
2016: 4th round: DT Willie Henry, RB Kenneth Dixon 6th round: CB Maurice Canady
2017: No picks
2018: 6th round: G Bradley Bozeman, T Greg Senat
2019: No Picks