Green Bay Packers
“Frustration can be a great motivator,” said Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. If he is correct, the Ravens offensive line should be the most motivated group in the entire league right now.
The Baltimore Ravens suffer their first home loss this season at the hands of the Green Bay Packers. Recap the game in our Photo Gallery.
Green Bay slapped the Ravens around in 19-17 victory. This was the Ravens’ first loss at home dating back to December of last year against the Broncos.
There is plenty of blame to go around after the Ravens once again got off to a slow start, and lost for the first time at home to an NFC team in 14 tries.
When you play against a team like the Green Bay Packers, you need to be on your A game if you want to come out on top. But old problems began to surface for the team as the Baltimore Ravens continue to get very little from their offensive line.
Mike Preston writes for the Baltimore Sun and grades the Ravens performance every week.
The Ravens are getting healthier as each week passes. Not at full strength, Baltimore has had to fight for wins without some of their key personnel. But with players returning to practice, help may be on the horizon.
Mark Zinno gives us his take on the game Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens host the Packers of Green Bay at M&T Bank Stadium.
Since the opener, Baltimore’s defense has regrouped and seem to be heading in a positive direction. They are also growing in confidence.
Packers play by play man Wayne Larrivee joined Ed & Steve to talk about this weekend’s game between the Ravens and Packers at M&T Bank Stadium.
When it comes to the Baltimore Ravens, their offense has been anything but spectacular. But Torrey Smith has found a way to succeed, and it couldn’t come at a better time for Baltimore as they get set to battle the potent Green Bay Packers.
The Ravens are set to return to M&T Bank Stadium to battle one of the NFL’s elite quarterbacks in Aaron Rodgers. Though Baltimore is currently 3-2, their issues on offense are glaring. If Rodgers forces Baltimore into a shootout, can the Ravens keep up?