The Ravens are looking to sweep the Browns this year after a disappointing loss in Pittsburgh. We break down how the Browns might be a matchup the Ravens stack up well against despite the recent loss of Marlon Humphrey.
The Ravens were unable to pull off the last minute drive and two point conversion necessary to win a game that got away from them at Heinz Field. We talk about the loss as well as the season outlook with the devastating Marlon Humphrey injury compounding with all the other injuries.
The Ravens had another down to the wire game during primetime that they were able to win to improve to 8-3 and sit atop the AFC after 12 weeks. We look at how the Ravens were able to win this game despite Lamar’s worst game this year.
The Ravens are about to go into the dreaded 3 game stretch we’ve talked about since the schedule was released and play the Browns at home during Sunday Night Football. We discuss the battered and bruised Browns and how we can matchup against them.
With Lamar Jackson, Hollywood Brown, Anthony Averett, and Jimmy Smith inactive this week, the Ravens asked Tyler Huntley and other next men up to deliver a win at Soldier Field for the first time in Ravens history. The team delivered in an ugly but resilient fashion.
After a letdown loss on the road in humid Miami, the Ravens need to bounce back in the frigid windy city when playing the Chicago Bears. Julio joins us to break down his team and the key matchups we should be aware of.
The Ravens beat themselves in Miami on Thursday Night Football when the whole nation was watching. Luckily, the talent still exists on this team to go the distance in the playoffs and its on the players and coaches to clean things up and improve. We discuss how both sides of the ball misfired and how they can bounce back.
The Dolphins beat the other 1-7 team in the league last week to improve to 2-7 but have struggled mightily this season after an impressive 10-6 campaign last year that nearly landed them in the playoffs. We break down this team to figure out what happened and how they could threaten the Ravens in this Thursday night trap game.
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.