Green Bay slapped the Ravens around in 19-17 victory. This was the Ravens’ first loss at home dating back to December of last year against the Broncos.
There is plenty of blame to go around after the Ravens once again got off to a slow start, and lost for the first time at home to an NFC team in 14 tries.
When you play against a team like the Green Bay Packers, you need to be on your A game if you want to come out on top. But old problems began to surface for the team as the Baltimore Ravens continue to get very little from their offensive line.
Mark Zinno gives us his take on the game Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens host the Packers of Green Bay at M&T Bank Stadium.
Since the opener, Baltimore’s defense has regrouped and seem to be heading in a positive direction. They are also growing in confidence.
The Ravens are set to return to M&T Bank Stadium to battle one of the NFL’s elite quarterbacks in Aaron Rodgers. Though Baltimore is currently 3-2, their issues on offense are glaring. If Rodgers forces Baltimore into a shootout, can the Ravens keep up?
It’s a total joke that the NFL doesn’t have a system where mistakes, via the Refs alone, are not caught prior to happening. If Bill Leavy didn’t known the rule or called it out wrong shouldn’t there be a failsafe?
With fantasy drafts now in full swing, would-be owners are scrambling to unlock the secrets of this year’s draft. To that end, let’s take a closer look at who might be the best QB option this year in fantasy: Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees.
Having an elite signal-caller who can win you the game in crunch time is essential for any NFL franchise.
Forbes just released its list of the Most Influential Athletes in America. #1 on the list: Tim Tebow.
The NFC’s all-pro offense features Packers QB Aaron Rodgers handing the ball to AP and tossing it to Megatron. Who else?
Here are my picks for the best of the NFL in the first half.