The Ravens offense came into this game ranked 6th overall. But the Colts defense scrimmage against one of the best QB’s in the NFL. It showed on Sunday as Indy came out on top in one of the sloppiest games you’ll see this season.
Ryan Mink, writer for BaltimoreRavens.com, joined the guys to take a look at the matchups in Sunday’s clash between the Ravens and Colts.
Through the first four games of the 2014 NFL season, the Baltimore Ravens look like a completely different team on the offensive side of the ball.
The Ravens are looking good with 25% of the regular season complete. And with guys like Joe Flacco playing exceptional and Will Hill’s return on the horizon, Baltimore has a lot to be excited about.
The Ravens will go back to work after an impressive victory against Carolina. They now turn their attention to the Indianapolis Colts. They’ve had very little success against Peyton Manning when he wore the horseshoe on his helmet. Can Baltimore get the job done against a very impressive QB in Andrew Luck?
The Ravens offense triumphs over the Panthers in a decisive 38-10 win at M&T Bank Stadium.
Steve Smith promised blood and guts when the Panthers and Ravens met on Sunday. The performance he gave was close to it as he hauled in 2 crucial touchdowns to rout Carolina 38-10. The Ravens improve to 3-1 as they keep pace with the Bengals in the AFC North.
Now that was a beatdown. Where do you start? That’s easy. Steve Smith. His first 4 games in Baltimore are the best any receiver has ever had to start the season in Ravens history. And, he’s 35 years old, in his 14th year. Amazing!
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith said it was “refreshing” to be around a quarterback like Joe Flacco, who was calm during Sunday’s 23-21 win over the Browns.
We can expect it to be an emotional game for Steve Smith, Sr and we can expect Joe Flacco to take advantage of that.
Ed asked Mike about the defensive side of things and how the Panthers offence will do against Flacco and the Ravens? Preston says that “There is no communication problems there…Just do your job!”
Former General Manager of the Carolina Panthers Marty Hurny joined Scott, Jeremy and Jason to preview this weekend’s match-up between the Panthers and Ravens, and to also give a scouting report on the Panthers.