The “Battle of the Beltway” goes to the Redskins this time, 31-28 in OT. Now, the Ravens who were talking about clinching just two weeks ago, are suddenly slipping. They have gone from being a completely confident team, to a highly questionable one with plenty of holes.
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.
This week is Ravens – Steelers round two, the Ravens will be home this time, where they have won 15 straight. Linebacker Terrell Suggs is certainly looking forward to welcoming their arch rival.
Corey Graham has always been known as a special teams player. His production on field is top notch, but Graham always knew he had what it took to play cornerback at a high level. He just wasn’t given an opportunity in Chicago. Now in Baltimore, Corey has received that opportunity and has already taken advantage.
The Ravens will go on the road and into a fight like no other this weekend, as they play they Steelers. It is one of the most intense rivalries in all of sports. Both of these teams this week will be without some franchise players.
t was the first week without linebacker Ray Lewis and corner back Lardarius Webb on the field and the defense had their hands full with the Texans high powered offense.
After winning 2 games in 5 days the Ravens get a mini-bye before they play in Kansas City a week from Sunday.
We are about to find out if the Ravens can dominate the AFC North again in 2012.
The Ravens are officially ready for the start of the 2012 NFL season. Coach Harbaugh says that he is “very pleased with our players and I really like this football team…”
As the Ravens approach their third preseason contest not only will the starters play into the 3rd quarter , the rest of the guys will be fighting for jobs as the roster gets trimmed
…for those who do participate, the focus will be on the offense and how well it does against the Atlanta defense. Harbaugh said “It’s all about timing and execution.”
After missing four practices to open the start of camp, McKinnie reported to the team’s facility over the weekend.