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- Ravens Struggling On Offense; Penalties And Injuries Are Huge Factors The Baltimore Ravens are desperate for a win this week against the New York Jets, and two main keys are avoiding costly turnovers as well as getting into the end zone.
- Rookie Lewis Makes Solid First Impression On Ravens O Line Lewis launched his career at left guard against Buffalo alongside fellow rookie Ronnie Stanley, the sixth overall pick and starting left tackle. It marked the first time since 1995 that an NFL team started a pair of rookies on the left side of the...
- Solomon Wilcots On Thursday Night Football And Other NFL Topics Solomon Wilcots of CBS Sports joined Ed and Rob to talk about the Ravens and all things NFL.
- Joe Flacco Not Practicing Today, Questionable For Sunday Against Jets Quarterback Joe Flacco did not practice with the team today, but that doesn't mean he won't be starting on Sunday.
- Ravens Can't Afford To Continue Losing Streak As the Baltimore Ravens prepare for the New York Jets, after a loss at MetLife Stadium last week, Jerry Coleman joins Ed and Rob to discuss some potential problems for the team.
- Ravens Have A 19 Percent Chance Of Making The Playoffs According to ESPN Analytics, the Baltimore Ravens who are currently 3-3, have a 19 percent chance of reaching the playoffs this season.
- Ravens Opponent Profile: Baltimore Takes On A Jets Team That's Struggling In All Phases The Baltimore Ravens will face a struggling New York Jets at Metlife Stadium in East Ruthford, New Jersey, on October 23.
- Week 7 Tale Of The Tape: Houston Texans At Denver Broncos The Broncos square off against their former QB as they welcome in Brock Osweiler and the Texans.
- Week 7 Tale Of The Tape: Seattle Seahawks At Arizona Cardinals The Seahawks face their NFC West foe on the road as the Cardinals look to get above .500 for the first time this season.
- Week 7 Tale Of The Tape: New England Patriots At Pittsburgh Steelers The Patriots are riding high and now face a Steelers team who will be without their starting QB.