As practice games go it was a thriller reminiscent off legendary practice games of the past like the Derrick Anderson to Randy Hymes 66 yard overtime classic that beat the Redskins in 2005.
Joe Flacco and backup quarterback Matt Schaub directed first-quarter touchdown drives, and the Baltimore Ravens beat the New Orleans Saints 30-27 Thursday night in a preseason opener.
Travis Thomas compares the “elite” quarterbacks around the NFL and what makes him believe that Joe Flacco is the top contender in any title fight.
Both teams needed a win on Monday Night, but only one could come out as the victor. Here’s 5 important takeaways from the Monday Night matchup between the Ravens and Saints.
Terry Ford is glad he was wrong about the Ravens in New Orleans.
The Ravens have a tall task ahead of them in the AFC North with everyone playing so well. Winning against the NFC South seems to be the best way to keep up as Baltimore took care of business against the Saints.
Monday night will not decide a championship but it is a VERY important game for both teams.
Bobby Hebert, also known as the “Cajun Cannon”, joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Jason La Canfora to preview the Ravens match-up against the New Orleans Saints this Monday night.
Brent Harris from CSN Mid-Atlantic joined Bob and Glenn to talk about the Ravens as they prepare for their upcoming game against the Saints.
The Ravens defense has had their hands full this season against some pretty good signal callers. But the best they’ll face this season is Drew Brees. He’s an exceptional quarterback that will test the defense a great deal on Monday.
There was nothing Baltimore could do but watch this week in the NFL season as they enjoyed their bye in Week 11. With a few key games in the AFC North, which team helped Baltimore move up in the standings?
The Saints are coming off their best game of the year after hammering Green Bay 44-23. However, they have not won a road game this year. The Panthers are hoping to continue that trend, and they will be bringing back a familiar face in running back DeAngelo Williams.