Five games does not make an NFL season but the AFC North has a very bizarre look right now. Yes, that’s CLEVELAND at the top of the heap.
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.
If the Baltimore Ravens need a field goal in the waning seconds of the AFC championship game, they’ll call upon a rookie with little regard for history.
Head Coach John Harbaugh is very confident with Tucker and indicated the decision was based on s what they think is best for their team.
Billy Cundiff is now with the Redskins.
Cundiff is now with the Redskins.
Baltimore Sun columnist Kevin Cowherd joins the fellas to giev his take on why it was a mistake for the Ravens to cut Billy Cundiff. He talks about Cundiff’s experience being a factor and the Ravens still holding onto the AFC Championship loss.
Kicker Billy Cundiff was cut Sunday by the Baltimore Ravens, who decided to keep rookie Justin Tucker instead of the former Pro Bowl star.
Billy Cundiff has more on his mind these days than the 32-yard field goal he missed last season in the waning seconds of the AFC title game.
Former Colts DB Bruce Laird joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss the Ravens preseason game against the Jaguars
Will Justin Tucker be celebrating winning FG’s in a Ravens uniform this season?
Today’s theme on The Vinny and Rob Show: Lions and Tigers and Cundiff, Oh My!