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On Sunday afternoon, the Baltimore Ravens will begin a three-game home stand that will go a long way in determining whether or not they will be a playoff team in 2013.
The Ravens-Jets history is one sided. The Jets won the opener in this series in overtime in 1997 and haven’t won since. The Ravens have won 7 straight, here are 3 of my favorites.
The Ravens will face Rex Ryan and the New York jets on Sunday in what is a must-win for both teams as it will have huge implications on the playoff picture going forward.
With all the turn over in personnel the Ravens saw in the off season, maybe it’s time to turn over the philosophy of the offense. Time to be a little more conservative.
I said last week that I won’t be fooled by the Ravens win over the Bengals. I warned others not to be fooled either.
The Ravens offense bears much of the burden of defeat but the defense, however exhausted they may be by the end of the game, need to make 3rd down stands.
The Ravens return home for a must-win game against the New York Jets. Both teams appear to be struggling to keep pace in the AFC playoff picture. Neither team can afford to lose this game as the playoff implications are as serious as they get.
It continues to be a test in patience watching Joe Flacco. His inconsistent play leaves more to be desired.
Some think kids should have to play for a least 3 years in college before they enter the NBA Draft. Others think if they’re good enough they could go right after high school.
Glenn takes a look behind the curtain, into the NFL Locker room and the mentality of the NFL player and how the public views this harsh reality.
Mark Zinno reviews the Ravens game against the Cincinnati Bengals. He thought the team turned a corner after Miami, he won’t be fooled again.