The Baltimore Ravens did just enough to get past the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars and remain in the thick of the AFC playoff race.
The Jaguars are 2-11 and Baltimore should win this game without much of a fuss. But if the Ravens come into this game with that mindset, they may be in for a tough fight.
The Ravens are in the last quarter of the regular season. The teams that want to make it in the postseason must win in December. Will injuries make that task difficult for Baltimore?
Baltimore blew a 10-point lead in the final six minutes and lost to the San Diego Chargers 34-33 Sunday when Rivers capped a frantic drive with a 1-yard touchdown pass to Eddie Royal with 38 seconds to go.
The Ravens have a huge upcoming game against the San Diego Chargers. They know a loss would severely diminish their playoff hopes. A win on the other hand puts them in the driver seat to a playoff berth.
A bye week may be just what the doctor ordered for the Ravens roster as a number of banged up players got a few days of much needed rest. They’ll need it against a Saints team fighting to stay in the playoff hunt.
Michael Campanaro joined Ed, Steve and Mickey to talk about his rookie year and his fundraiser coming up.
The Ravens don’t have very many “tough” opponents left. Pittsburgh looks to be one; it will be interesting to see how the Ravens respond.
Now that the dust has settled on the Ravens blowout of Tampa Bay, how about a few extra game balls.
In a span of 16:03, Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco threw five touchdown passes to four different receivers against the beleaguered Tampa Bay Buccaneers to –basically– end Sunday’s game well before halftime.
Possibly the most important part of preseason football (besides crossing our fingers that everyone stays healthy) is getting to know the new faces that could potentially be the next stars of the franchise. Here’s the Ravens rookies to watch in 2014:
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun joins Scott & Jeremy for a full update from the castle in Owings Mills.