The Ravens overcame another slow start on both offense and defense to put together 4 consecutive touchdown drives and win in overtime over the visiting Vikings to start 6-2 for the 3rd consecutive season.
A heartbreaking loss occurred on Sunday that likely ended the Ravens playoff hopes for this season. We break down how the offensive performance was not able to score a touchdown despite two deep red zone opportunities that spoiled a defensive performance that kept them in control of the game for so long. It truly was a microcosm of the whole season.
The Ravens were able to get the win against the Jets in a sloppy game. While the defense looked ready to play, the offense definitely took some time to find any rhythm. We discuss our thoughts on the first regular season action of the 2022 campaign.
The Ravens were able to absolutely dominate this game with their tremendous defensive depth and secure their 19th consecutive preseason win. We discuss the depth of this team and what we’ve been able to see so far as we approach roster cut downs. This was recorded Monday night before the Wade trade.
With a very slight chance of making the playoffs, the Ravens are playing for pride in a matchup mostly anticipated for the storyline of Big Ben’s possible final game in the NFL. We discuss how we think the team will approach the game and if they can end the year with a winning record.
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
We had a lot of fun impersonating the Ravens War Room with Cole Jackson joining us from Two Guys Watching Football. Alec was EDC, Cole Harbs, Chris Mike Macdonald, and Peter as Greg Roman. How did we do?