Mark Zinno gives us his take on the game Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens head north to Buffalo to take on the Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Mark Zinno gives his reaction to the Sunday’s game against the Browns. Sure it was an ‘ugly’ win but you never apologize for a W.
The Baltimore Ravens were far from overpowering in their home opener. Compared to their first game, however, they looked positively super.
After unveiling the Super Bowl Banner to the fans, the Ravens took to the field and faced their AFC rival, The Browns, who jumped out to an early 6-0 led by two Billy Cundiff FG’s, in his first appearance back in Baltimore after he was cut by the team last offseason.
I know everyone assumes that with Flacco’s contract, he needs to carry the team. But maybe the Ravens should take advantage of their backs.
He transitions to talk about the the team’s recent acquisitions, the battle for starting center, and the running back situation.
The new-look Baltimore Ravens were tough, physical and opportunistic, all good signs for a team seeking another run to the Super Bowl.
Make no mistake, this is a huge loss for the Ravens. With Boldin gone, Pitta would be the guy to catch balls in traffic, over the middle and in the slot.
Zinno has brought back his “hypothetically speaking” segment where he throws out scenarios that could or would happen and debates both sides with listeners and callers.
A Baltimore Raven was robbed and carjacked at gunpoint. It happened to running back Bernard Pierce on Sunday night in Philadelphia.
Baltimore Raven Bernard Pierce was robbed at gunpoint Sunday evening in Philadelphia. His BMW was also stolen.
So the Ravens mini-camp is over and they get almost a six-week break before training camp. I never glean that much from OTAs and mini-camp as everyone is running around in shorts and helmets, with no pads.