The Ravens snatched victory out of the jaws of defeat 3 times on Sunday against the Vikings. With 6 lead changes in the final quarter of the game, it became increasingly clear that Baltimore possessed a team of fighters. And with a difficult gauntlet of opponents on the horizon for Baltimore, fighters is exactly what they’ll need.
Before anyone else wants to tell me how wrong I am, wait. Wait for the next three weeks to play out. There is more left to prove for the 2013 Ravens.
The Ravens spent a good portion of their time last week preparing for one of the all-time greats in Adrian Peterson. Baltimore will be just as busy preparing for receiving phenomenon Calvin Johnson as the Monday Night showdown against Detroit looms.
If you keep saying “I’ve never seen anything like that before!”, it’s true. You haven’t. The Ravens win over the Vikings was in fact history making.
The Ravens have scored first in four out of their last five games, and are now 39-8 at home and 11-1 against the NFC teams under John Harbaugh in Baltimore.
The Ravens needed to win this game against the Vikings to remain in the playoff chase. With the loss of Adrian Peterson early in the game, it appeared as if the Ravens would cruise to victory. Instead, Ravens fans were treated to one of the wildest finishes in the history of the NFL.
It’s been a long time since Ravens fans saw Joe Flacco connect with Dennis Pitta for a touchdown. It appears as though the long wait may be over as Pitta continues to get himself ready for a possible return to the gridiron.
Mark Zinno gives us his take on Sunday’s game as AP & the other purple team comes to Baltimore to take on the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
Tony Lombardi, contributor to RussellStreetReport.com joined The Scott Garceau Show with Ken Weinman Friday to preview the Ravens game versus the Minnesota Vikings this weekend. A lot of things were discussed but they started off […]
You have to play your best in December in order to make any kind of noise in the postseason. The Ravens, more than any other team in the NFL, play their best in December. It’s one of the main reasons why the Ravens always find themselves in the postseason.
There’s your average running back – and then there is Adrian Peterson. The Baltimore Ravens still wish to make the playoffs. For them to get there, they’ll have to take care of Peterson at M&T Bank Stadium.
Joe may have publicly disagreed with the coaching and the wildcat, he did step up and have best game of the year.