The Ravens are playing one of the most anticipated games of the NFL season thus far on Christmas night traveling to the west coast to face the 49ers. We have Aaron on the show again to discuss the matchup.
The Ravens took care of business in Jacksonville and clinched a playoff birth. The team doesn’t seem too phased with this update in their season and are looking to keep building towards something bigger. We discuss how all three phases of the game secured the win.
The Ravens face another top AFC opponent, the Jacksonville Jaguars, on the road on Sunday Night Football. Can the Ravens maintain control of the AFC’s #1 seed? We break it down with Jaguars correspondent Justin Dunk from the BLEAV Podcast Network.
The Ravens win in a thrilling fashion with a walkoff punt return TD from Tylan Wallace to win the game in OT, 37-31. We discuss the ups and downs of this close game with Correspondent KFisch.
After enjoying a successful bye week for the Ravens, we discuss our thoughts coming out of the bye week for this last stretch of regular season games and preview a home matchup against the Rams, a team 2-0 after their bye.
The Ravens go into their bye week with a not very glamorous win in LA. We discuss the game’s offensive disappointments that was ultimately saved by a championship caliber defense.
The Chargers are in turmoil after a disappointing loss to the Packers. With leadership under pressure and desperate for a win, will the underperforming Chargers be able to top the Ravens? We discuss the key matchups of the game.
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 prime time game we have had circled all season long is here. The 5-4 Bengals are coming to M&T Bank Stadium fighting to get back into the playoff race. We discuss how these two teams coming off disappointing losses will matchup this Thursday night.
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.