While the whole media salivates over the potential for a Dobbins and Madubuike breakout, we wanted to discuss the players who we expect will need to play above expectation for the Ravens to go the distance this season. Did we miss anyone you’d include?
To celebrate our 100th show we decided to go backwards in time and look back on the first season we watched as fans, the 2000 Super Bowl run, with our special guest, Peter’s father! Thanks so much for listening to our show and we’re excited for the next 100+ episodes!
In the spirit of the current conversation on Ravens social media about the 25th Anniversary All Time Ravens Team, we had Ken McKusick of Film Study Baltimore join us to discuss who we’d pick for this dream team. Make sure to check out Ken’s website and podcast. He’s also a great follow on Twitter.
After a disappointing loss to the divisional rival, we discuss the struggles for the Ravens as well as silver linings going forward. Note: this episode was recorded Monday night when not as much Ravens COVID news was known.
The Ravens were able to bounce back with a several score victory against the Washington Football Team. Despite the spread covering win, much of the fan base was left disappointed by the result. We discuss our views on the game as well as the development of Patrick Queen and the O Line play with Stanley missing time due to injury.
If you want to hear more about the Ravens’ offensive performance, check out Alec’s appearance on Filmstudy.
Though they didn’t cover nor play up to the potential many fans believe the team has, the Ravens were able to get a crucial divisional win at home against the Browns. We break down how all three phases of the game performed.
After several statement wins in a row, the Ravens have a heavily anticipated home game against one of the AFC’s top teams, the Houston Texans. We’ll be at the game, so reach out if you’d like to say hello!
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