The Ravens are about to face a huge test, going against the team with the best record in the NFC, the 49ers. Some are already calling for a potential rematch of Super Bowl XLVII in this year’s big dance. We are joined by Aaron, a long time 49ers fan, to discuss the opposition and what we expect from the game.
Another STATEMENT game by the Ravens, traveling all the way to LA to beat the Rams under the lights on Monday Night Football. Enjoy the episode and check out the various artwork along the chapter markers.
The Ravens are traveling to the west coast for their Monday Night Football game against the LA Rams. Listen to our takes about this game so you can survive having to listen to Booger McFarland for three and a half hours…
We were fortunate enough to get last minute tickets to another statement game thanks to our friend Rob! Enjoy our discussions including live from the game clips.
A lot of friends of the pod were at this game. Peter’s Dad and brother were sitting very close to Real Fan Dan and you could see them on the edge of the big screen when they would go up to him. Correspondent KFish was at the game too, but we were unable to catch up with him. Lastly, Chris Makres from the Patriots episodes (wearing 55) and his brother Pete were at the game, just a few sections over from us.
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!
Well the Ravens delivered a dominating win at Cincinnati this year in Finley’s first NFL start. We discuss how the game played out and how Lamar is definitely demonstrating why he is worthy of MVP considerations in his sophomore season.
Make sure to look at your podcast player for some fun artwork during the episode, particularly at the 37 minute point when we discuss Peter and Alec’s experience at the 2007 home Cincinnati game.
After arguably the two biggest back to back Ravens regular season wins ever, the team has to avoid a trap game against a divisional rival which is also the only winless team left in the NFL. Although we played this team only a few weeks ago, a few things have changed between the matchups including a quarterback change for the Bengals and multiple players returning from injury for both teams.
The Ravens improved to 10-2 in games after the bye week in the Harbaugh Era beating a previously undefeated team in the New England Patriots. The normal crew breaks down the game with special guest Chris Makres, a Baltimore native who roots for the Ravens anytime they aren’t playing his number one team, the Patriots.
The Ravens are 9-2 coming out of the bye in the Harbaugh era and are looking to extend that to 10-2 this week against the undefeated New England Patriots. We talk about the matchup and give our bold predictions.
The Ravens are back to practice after enjoying their bye week, so the pod is back with us looking over each positional group and saying if we think the group has met, exceeded, or came short of our expectations.
Later this week, we will post our New England Predictions show.