The Baltimore Ravens have no intention of apologizing for giving up 489 yards to the Dallas Cowboys and blowing most of an 11-point lead in the second half before squeezing out a 31-29 victory at home.
The Baltimore Ravens’ hallmark for the better part of a decade has been defense. It’s what has carried them to countless victories, playoff appearances and Super Bowl glory.
The Ravens took advantage of the extra time off and appear as healthy as ever in Week Five. Only two players appeared on the injury report. Reid is still recovering from an injury he suffered in the offseason. Torrey Smith tweaked his ankle but is ready to go on Sunday.
Upshaw and Considine are both expected to play on Monday after suffering injuries during the preseason. Asa Jackson will most likely be a game-time decision.
Second-year Ravens offensive lineman Jah Reid joined The Norris & Davis Show to discuss transitioning from tackle to left guard. The Ravens selected Reid out of Central Florida in the 3rd round of the 2011 NFL Draft.
All rookies will make mistakes when they first arrive in the NFL. They need to learn from them, adjust, and then execute. I compared the rookies’ performances in the Eagles game to Chiefs game, and here is what I saw out of them.
The biggest question mark for this year’s team is the offensive line.
It’s far too early to declare this a crisis, but the Baltimore Ravens’ offensive line is definitely off to a shaky start.
Normally I could care less with the first pre-season game. It means nothing.
These guys have a couple weeks of practice under their belts, now it will be interesting to see who shows up when the lights come on Thursday against the, “Dream Team.”
It was a very hot and humid day where eleven players had issues with heat; so much for three days to break them in gradually…
University of Central Florida Assistant Head Coach David Kelly talked about Ravens draft pick Jah Reid with Ken Weinman and Vinny Cerrato on The Football Fix.