Joe Flacco has fumbled three times and thrown three interceptions in his last three games, each of which the Baltimore Ravens have lost.
The day went to the Broncos and Peyton Manning, who outplayed the Ravens, which led to a 34-17 steamrolling at M&T Bank stadium. Despite losing to Denver, the Ravens clinched their fifth straight playoff berth .
Pics of the Denver Broncos Vs. the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on December 16, 2012 in Baltimore, Maryland.
The Suns’ Mike Preston on the Scott Garceau Show Talking Cam, Caldwell, Flacco & Playoffs
After licking their wounds from a devastating home loss to the division rival Steelers. The Ravens will look to stop the red hot Redskins who have won three straight games and are back in the NFC East chase.
Guess what, they could be 3-8, because they could have lost KC and the first Cleveland game too. But they’re not.
The Ravens will win Sunday night because Joe Flacco, not Byron Leftwich is their quarterback and Joe has experience leading 4th quarter drives in Pittsburgh.
The Ravens are the better team for sure but their run defense has struggled and if Ngata is indeed hurt it will only get worse.
The Ravens are 3-1 are at the quarter point and are well prepared going into the Chiefs contest. KC is just 1-3 this season but the Ravens are certainly not overlooking them.
The Ravens say they will be fully prepared for their Sunday Night showdown against the Patriots. New England eliminated them from the postseason and going to the Super Bowl just a few months ago.
Joe Flacco had the ball on target and a Ravens touchdown in Jacoby Jones’ grasp. Flacco’s celebration was short lived.
The reason Flacco and the offense may not look as great, but still pretty good, as they did against the Bengals is because it’s unrealistic. Plus, the Eagles are still good in the secondary with Rodgers-Cromartie and Asomugha who will give the Ravens WR’s a hard time