I’m not about to compare this to the 2000 Ravens defense, but it looks like this defense could be an upper echelon defense.
Before more than 71,000, the Ravens destroyed another NFC South Club.
The key to any good offensive attack in the NFL is a great QB, athletic receivers, and a solid offensive line. The Ravens offensive line is anything but solid after injuries seem to be knocking players down one game at a time.
Playing through injury. It’s admirable to post every game, be ready to battle, etc, etc, but if one can’t help the team maybe it’s time to get healthy.
Turnovers, muffed punts and dropped balls aren’t something we look for in a playoff-hopeful team but the sky is not falling.
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
Brent Harris of Comcast Sportsnet joined Bob and Glenn on Sports Rehab to talk about the 2-1 start of the Baltimore Ravens.
After one of the darkest two days in Ravens history, the “Purple and Black” came out and proved on a national stage that despite no matter what a team goes through when the whistle blows all the focus is on the game.
Aaron Wilson joined Vinny and Rob and talked early training camp notes
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs says he still loves “Cool Joe” but he wants Joe Flacco to be more vocal. Can “Joe Cool” become that person?
Vinny and Rob discuss the latest offseason arrest for the Ravens
Our intern, Ben, takes a look at the Ravens’ defensive front 7, why it’s important and why it’s better than what we thought we had last year.