Vinny Cerrato gives us his top 12 teams in the National Football League.
The Ravens 23-16 home defeat to the Bengals marked the first time under John Harbaugh they’ve been beaten at M&T Bank Stadium to open the season. 1st time since 2005.
Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston grades the Ravens season opening loss to the division rival Bengals.
They say winning organizations release veteran players one year too soon, rather than one year too late. The former is certainly the case for the Carolina Panthers who allowed Steve Smith to leave prematurely.
Don’t panic. KC and Chicago, 2 teams expected to be playoff contenders, had surprising home losses, and New England and New Orleans, both Super Bowl contenders, start 0-1.
For the Ravens, things are looking pretty good as the team released its official injury report on Friday. All evidence points toward Baltimore being at full strength come opening kickoff. Although there is one player listed on the injury report that could have huge fantasy football implications. We’ll break down this and more as we take a look both team’s injury report.
Jeremy Conn gives his thoughts and a prediction for the Ravens home opener against the Bengals on Sunday.
I don’t have a problem with most of the “experts” picking Cincinnati to win the AFC North. They’re a talented team and the defending division champs.
Mark Malone of the Westwood One Radio Network joined Ed and Steve to talk about Ravens vs Bengals which he will be commentating for this Sunday.
Bengals radio announcer Dave Lapham joined Ed and Steve to talk about this weekend’s Ravens vs Bengals game.
Steve Smith will be making his debut in a Ravens uniform this Sunday afternoon; Scott asked the lantern how amped up is the veteran wide out. “He’s really juiced up to go against Adam Jones, especially in front of the hometown crowd for the first time. With these new NFL rules it really benefits the receiver. That’s advantage Steve Smith in my opinion in that department. That will be interesting and it will be physical, so If Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones gets a little to physical the yellow flag will come out of the back pocket.”
Ravens football is back in a major way this year; welcome to the start of the 2014 season. As Baltimore players and coaches find themselves waist-deep in preparation for the Cincinnati Bengals, it’s only fitting that the fans follow suit.