Mike Preston grades the Ravens performance, and here are his grades for the Ravens 20-17 win over the Bengals.
Mark Zinno breaks down Sunday’s matchup as the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals come to Baltimore to take on the Ravens.
Brent Harris of Comcast SportsNet joined Zinno on “Last Call” to break down the Ravens match-up on Sunday with the Cincinnati Bengals.
The defending Super Bowl champions are coming off of the worst loss of the season even though it was by a mere six points. With the loss to the Browns now behind them, Baltimore has to play harder and those filling in have to step it up as the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals come to town.
Former NFL offensive lineman Ross Tucker, who now works for SiriusXM and Sports USA, joined Zinno on “Last Call” to talk about the NFL headlines.
Since the NFL went to 6 playoff teams per conference, 9 teams have rebounded from a 3-5 start to make the playoffs, including the Bengals and Redskins last year.
Russell Baxter, who has covered the NFL for nearly 30 years, joined Zinno on “Last Call” to break down the week that was in the NFL.
The Ravens signed Joe Flacco to the biggest contract in NFL history at the time. After winning a Super Bowl, Flacco has taken a step back as far as production. It’s time for Flacco to get back on track and duplicate his performance from the previous postseason.
I don’t care what the schedule says. The Ravens have one game left in their season. They face the Bengals next week at home. If they lose that game, their season is done.
Many expected the Bengals to challenge Baltimore for supremacy in the AFC North. But so far, it looks like the Ravens are the contenders in this matchup.
Thanks to the Dolphins overtime win over the Bengals in a Thursday night thriller the AFC North no longer looks like a one horse race.
The Ravens sign former Bengals running back Bernard Scott.