The Ravens 2013 season ended in bitter disappointment for players, coaches and fans. But while the year ended on a sour note, the front office, in terms of personnel, has taken a step backward – the correct step – in hopes of producing a consistent Super Bowl contender in the coming years.
The Ravens took a huge hit to their playoffs aspirations on Sunday when they lost to New England. Now Baltimore will face off against the newly crowned division champs in a game that they must win in order to continue their season. It’s truly win or go home for the Baltimore Ravens.
Joe Flacco’s knee is problematic for the Ravens. With Flacco banged up, the passing game is a concern for Baltimore heading into its critical regular season finale in Cincinnati.
The Ravens may not make the playoffs in 2013. After losing to the Patriots on Sunday, Baltimore no longer controls their destiny. They’ll need some help to get in to the playoffs. But they also need to win to have any kind of shot.
Let’s just settle this right now. Yes. However, that doesn’t explain the whole story.
It was embarrassing. It was ugly. It hurt them in the standings. And most of all, it was unexpected.
After not scoring a touchdown against the Detroit Lions on Monday night football their woes continued as the Patriots shut down the Ravens in a 41-7 rout.
This was as close to a playoff game as it gets in the regular season for the Baltimore Ravens. If they won, they’d be guaranteed a shot at a division title. With a loss at the hands of New England, they may now miss the postseason all together.
Every week Mike Preston grades the Ravens performance, and here are his grades for the Ravens blowout loss to the Patriots 41-7.
The best way to beat the New England Patriots is with strong play from your quarterback. That’s what makes Joe Flacco’s injury the focal point as the Ravens game against New England approaches.
Tony Lombardi of the Russell Street Report joined the Scott Garceau Show on Friday to preview the Ravens vs. Patriots game this Sunday. When asked about if the Ravens can do what it takes for […]
The Patriots certainly bring out the best in number 5, if not the entire team.