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Check out the Ravens audio & then Vinny and Rob review the Ravens’ 16-13 overtime win over the Chargers.
The Ravens have been criticized all year with their inability to move the ball consistently on the road. Matching up against San Diego, many wondered if they could get the job done. But on Sunday, the Ravens proved they could get the job done as they won their third consecutive game on the road.
The Baltimore Ravens beat the San Diego Chargers 16-13 in overtime.
The Ravens have been held together by duct tape for most of the year. Injuries have taken their toll against Baltimore as backups have played considerably more than most would like. Pitta, who suffered a mild concussion, will play against San Diego. Whereas McPhee is slated as a game-time decision.
The Carroll County Times’ Matt Zenitz joins The Vinny and Rob Show with the latest as the Ravens Chargers match-up for Sunday draws closer.
When Baltimore last played San Diego in Qualcomm Stadium, the Chargers embarrassed them 34-14 on MNF. This year, Baltimore will look to get some revenge as they try to keep pace with Houston atop the AFC. Baltimore will need to protect Flacco as well as stop the run if they intend to win their 4 straight game this season.
The Baltimore Ravens usually have a tough time against San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers. Fortunately, they won’t have to face him Sunday without safety Ed Reed as the last line of defense.
The Ravens will head to the West Coast to Battle the San Diego Chargers on Sunday. Facing a tough run defense and one of the most prolific passers in the NFL, Baltimore cannot afford to look past this unit as a match-up against Pittsburgh looms large.
Left tackle Jared Gaither signed a four-year contract Wednesday to remain with the San Diego Chargers, who also signed unrestricted free-agent linebacker Jarret Johnson, formerly of the Baltimore Ravens, to a four-year deal.
I absolutely love this time of the year. There’s March Madness, Opening Day is on it’s way, Wrestle Mania (don’t judge me) and, of course, free agency in the National Football League.
No team in the NFL relies so heavily on home-field advantage like the Baltimore Ravens, whose inconsistency on the road dumped them from the driver’s seat to the curb in their quest to earn the top seed throughout the AFC playoffs.
Joe Flacco was sacked five times and threw two interceptions, and the Ravens’ normally ferocious defense was anything but as playoff-bound Baltimore was roughed up 34-14 on Sunday night by the desperate San Diego Chargers.