The Ravens have played some very physical divsional games. With a NFC opponent on the horizon, you’d think the players could get a break. But with all the drama surrounding Steve Smith and the Panthers, that may not be possible
Aaron Nagler, writer for NFL Bleacher Report, joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn. Thursday night football has obviously been real disappointing the last 4 weeks, with the latest being last night’s game, with the Redskins losing to the Giants 45-14.
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.
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.
When he was cut by the Carolina Panthers in March, Steve Smith cried. Two days later, he signed with the Baltimore Ravens.
Mick Mixon, voice of the Play by Play, from the Carolina Panthers Radio Network joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Jason La Canfora for the Ravens match up this weekend.
When he was cut by the Carolina Panthers in March, Steve Smith cried.
It’s Panthers week for the Baltimore Ravens! This game has been circled on Steve Smith’s calender since he signed with Baltimore during the offseason. And while the main focus for Baltimore may be to get to 3-1 this year, it’s clear Steve Smith would love nothing more than to make the Panthers thoroughly regret the decision they made when they released the wide receiver back in March.
Ravens are looking to extend their winning streak to 3 games when they go up against Steve Smith’s former team in Baltimore on Sunday. And while the Steelers made quick work of the Panthers last week, Baltimore would be wise not to take their next opponent lightly.
The Ravens wideout has a history of being very forthright with his opinions which has sometimes caused friction with teammates.
We look at this game from a fantasy football perspective and consider the players from both sides that should be placed in the lineup or benched.
Don’t panic. KC and Chicago, 2 teams expected to be playoff contenders, had surprising home losses, and New England and New Orleans, both Super Bowl contenders, start 0-1.