The Ravens are looking to build on their Week 10 win against the Cincinnati Bengals. Up next for them are the Chicago Bears who are hoping to put themselves in a better position as the chase for the playoffs begins.
Sure, the Ravens get the win, but I think this is more about the Bengals losing the game. The Ravens owe the Bengals a big “thank you.”
The Ravens never make it easy for their fans. Even in the final second when all seemed won, Cincinnati connected on a Hail Mary to send the game into overtime. But in the end it was Baltimore that picked up the victory in a game that they had to have.
Mark Zinno breaks down Sunday’s matchup as the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals come to Baltimore to take on the Ravens.
I’m a realist, but we have had so much negativity towards the Ravens, that I thought I would throw out some positives regarding the season. I blogged last week that the Ravens schedule is very […]
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Mark Zinno gives us his take on the game Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens head to Cleveland to take on division opponent, Browns at Paul Brown Stadium.