I feel as though I have been watching two different versions of Joe Flacco.
The Baltimore Ravens will attempt to rebound from their frustrating loss to the Cincinnati Bengals without cornerback Jimmy Smith, who will be sidelined for several weeks with a sprained left foot.
After Baltimore’s frustrating 27-24 loss on Sunday, the door is open for every club in the division to make a second half run at the title.
Andy Dalton had already scored on a 1-yard sneak, so the Baltimore Ravens thought he might try it again.
The Ravens opened the season at home with their worst game. A few weeks later, the Ravens (5-2) have a chance to take control of the division.
With the win the Ravens will be in the driver’s seat of the division with a favorable schedule ahead.
Ryan Wilson of CBSSports.com joined Bob and Glenn to discuss the news of the week around the NFL.
Offense, defense, special teams — at this point, it appears as if the first-place Ravens can rely on any of those units to win.
The Baltimore Ravens have more to worry about than just moving forward without Ray Rice.
Joe Flacco had no problem pinpointing what went wrong with the Baltimore Ravens’ offense in its debut under coordinator Gary Kubiak. In a word, everything.
Paul Gunther, defensive coordinator for the Cincinnati Bengals, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Femi Ayanbadejo to preview the season between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals, Scott asked if he is looking forward to making his debut as a defensive coordinator. “You have goals as a coach and you work towards those goals.
Solomon Wilcots of NFL Network joins Scott and Jeremy on The Fan to breakdown the Ravens’ week one matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.