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Oct 20, 2017
Vikings front seven could dominate Ravens

Vikings front seven could dominate Ravens

Here we go again. We thought the victory against the Raiders was a sign of things to come for the Ravens. We thought that they perhaps were on the upward swing, but on the road the Chicago Bears exposed the offensive line's true colors. It wasn't pretty. Now, the Ravens travel to Minnesota to face one of the league's top defenses and a familiar foe in Mike Zimmer. It will get ugly. Linval Joseph could make it impossible to run. But it is Eric Kendricks and Anthony Barr that could become the game changers as the Vikings will feature gap exachange concepts from double-A gap looks that will...
Oct 19, 2017
After 6 weeks, fans now know who the Ravens are

After 6 weeks, fans now know who the Ravens are

Once again, the Ravens find themselves in the swamp of mediocrity Following one of - if not the - worst losses in team history against the Jaguars in London, most of us wondered if it was an aberration or an indcation of the team's talent level. The next two games against the Steelers and Raiders were supposed to provide insight and they did, even if the two results were as far from one another as possible. Now, with the past weekend's game against the Bears having passed, it is clear that the Ravens are neither good nor terrible. They are again right in the middle. Another 8-8 season looms...
Oct 14, 2017
Nelson Agolor breakout reminds fans to be patient with Breshad Perriman

Nelson Agolor breakout reminds fans to be patient with Breshad Perriman

The term ‘bust’ has been thrown around. In three years in the league, and two seasons of active playing time, Breshad Perriman has not done much. Neither had Nelson Agholor. The fellow receiver from a draft class that was thought to be tremendous has seen a spike in his production and has looked like a different player than the one seen in the past two years. While he has not shown much, the fact that he has never had a full training camp needs to be accounted for. Perriman has world class speed and film has shown he has the ability to get off press coverage, albeit not consistently...
Oct 13, 2017
Joe D'Alessandris deserves credit for keeping the Ravens O-Line afloat

Joe D'Alessandris deserves credit for keeping the Ravens O-Line afloat

The decimation of the Ravens offensive line through injury has been well covered. Marshal Yanda, who only happens to be the league's best guard, went down with a season ending ankle injury against the Browns. Since then, the Ravens interior has been down to practice squad guards and an unproven center. This unproven center has elevated his game under a new offensive line coach who seems to be getting the best out of the available talent. Previous offensive line coach Juan Castillo had long been a scapegoat with the 2013 and 2015 seasons being black marks on his resume. D'Alessandris has...
Oct 11, 2017
Tim Williams could be Ravens' Jerry Hughes

Tim Williams could be Ravens' Jerry Hughes

The rookie linebacker has been misued. When Tim Williams was drafted, the selection was met with an overall positive reaction. He was though to be a player that could ignite the Ravens pass rush from the season's first snap. Though he is yet to become a complete player, his skills as a pass rusher have been readymade for the NFL since his junior season at Alabama. So far, Dean Pees has used him in a rotational role, not as a situational pass rusher. Even when Williams has had opportunities to rush the passer, they have typically come on early downs or unfavorable down-and-distances....
Oct 7, 2017
Khalil Mack could destroy the Ravens offense by himself

Khalil Mack could destroy the Ravens offense by himself

Post Marshall Yanda, the Ravens offensive line finds itself in dire straits. Their performance in the past two games has been as bad as the worst case scenario could conjure. Now, Khalil Mack, the best defensive player in the game today looms on the horizon. While he is not an inside pass rusher by trade, like Cameron Heyward and Stephon Tuitt - whom both had their fair share of plays in last week's game, with the former earning the AFC's defenisve player of the week - the Raiders would only be wise to use Mack inside on clear pass rushing downs. This would allow him to avoid chips, and if...
Oct 6, 2017
Losing to E.J. Manuel would be new low for Ravens

Losing to E.J. Manuel would be new low for Ravens

At this point, it is about pride. E.J. Manuel, the disgraced first round pick, presents the next obstacle in the way of the Baltimore Ravens. Following two frustrating losses that did not leave a lot of positives, the Ravens are at a point where the upcoming match-up against the Derek Carr-less Raiders is in fact a must win game, not only for the playoff race, but for the mental state of a team that could be staring down the barrel of collapse. Granted, the season is still young but the manner with which the last two defeats have transpired has left many fans questioning not only the...
Oct 2, 2017
Ravens defense must be held responsible for own shortcomings

Ravens defense must be held responsible for own shortcomings

At this point of the season, it is apparent that the Ravens offense will not be up to snuff. With seventeen total players on injured reserve, including all-world guard Marshall Yanda, the Ravens offense has been decimated by injuries. The other side of the ball largely remains unscathed. Terrell Suggs' heart is still pumping and he is still playing at a high level. Jimmy Smith is healthy and consequently one of the league's few shut down corners. After rather impressive (but flawed) first two games, the Ravens defense has seemingly fallen off a cliff. This past Sunday's bout against the...
Sep 28, 2017
Ravens to break out black jerseys against Steelers

Ravens to break out black jerseys against Steelers

The league's best jersey - and uniform combo if black pants are to match - will make a return this Sunday. The Ravens have recognized the importance of the coming bout against the Steelers and have responded by breaking out their beloved black jerseys that have seen a lot of success. In the black jerseys, the Ravens have a record of 16-6. The last time the Ravens wore all black against Pittsburgh was in 2014's Thanksgiving matchup, which the Ravens won 22-20, leading from start to finish. With projected temperatures in the low 20 degrees celsius, (71 degrees Fahrenheit) heat should not be...

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