King called McKinnie a potential "temporary band-aid" for the Cards, but that doesn't mean the Ravens can't gain a valuable asset for the deal. Stay tuned to see if anything comes of that. Tony Lombardi of the Russell St. Report published this Halloween influenced, but valid, list of fears for Ravens' fans. Check it out:Offensive Line: The pass protection of this group has been as effective as a linen shirt to the talons of Freddy Kruger.
Cam Cameron: His Zombie-like play calling has the Ravens offense playing like the living dead on the road. It's hard to argue these points in concept, but I think Lombardi and Ravens fans that share these concerns may be overacting. The team is still 5-2, they have two playmakers on offense in Rice and Boldin and despite the losses on the defensive side of the ball, there's All-Pro talent there as well.
Joe Flacco injury: Nothing personal Tyrod Taylor but this represents an apocalypse of epic proportions for fans of the Baltimore Ravens. Defensive Line: They hold their ground about as effectively as a vampire on a tanning bed. Jimmy Smith: Can he pick up the slack for the injured Lardarius Webb? Will he continue to go for WR tricks and fail to deliver treats? Is he a star on the rise or a bust in the making? Lack of investment in LBs: The Ravens too often shop at the Dollar Store when it comes to new soldiers for General Ray Lewis. His flanks are exposed, and a nightmare, once unthinkable, has become a frightening reality—a bad linebacker corps. Dean Pees: Like a mad scientist who performs a lobotomy on your favorite super hero, he has been the equivalent of Ravens kryptonite. His strange brew has dropped the team’s defense to among the league’s worst.
Notable Quotes, Facts, Strategies and Trash TalkBrowns SpeakClevelandBrowns. com senior editor Vic Carucci fielded a comment from a Browns' fan about the team foregoing a day off from their coach after the win over the Chargers. The team felt they needed all the work they could get to prepare for the Ravens.
How will they emerge from their week off? Cleveland needs a signature win, and this wounded Ravens team may be the perfect mark. They gutted out an ugly 7-6 win over the San Diego Chargers in Week 8, but this one would be bigger. There was only one touchdown scored in the game, and it was this nice run from rookie Trent Richardson:This is a new week, and this game could be a building block for the young nucleus. Can Brandon Weeden expose the Ravens' defense and lead his team to a huge win? Here's how you can watch.
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