Mike Preston covers the Ravens and writes a column in the Baltimore Sun Sports section.
Mike joined Ed and Ken to talk about the Ravens undefeated pre-season.
Mike began by saying what the undefeated pre-season by the Ravens means to him which is “nothing…absolutely nothing.” Mike went on to say that the results of pre-season games are meaningless, and you should focus more on where your team needs to improve. As for the Ravens secondary Mike said “they’ve got problems…they’re going to struggle and the first team they play the Bengals they have a lot of good receivers so the Ravens might make another move.” Mike then talked about Lardarius Webb restructuring his contract, and the new ruling on domestic violence in the NFL.
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