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Offensive & Defensive Strategies: Bengals vs. Ravens

As a team and organization, the (11-4) Baltimore Ravens should be proud of making it to the playoffs for the third consecutive year.  Although this year might not have been as perfect as some fans would have liked, this organization continues to prove that they are one of the best franchises in the NFL. Offensive […]

Offensive Strategies: Baltimore vs. Houston

Offensive Production: Since the Baltimore Ravens offense has been under fire for the last few weeks because of their lack of production, there may be an emphasis put on the run game starting next Monday against the Houston Texans. Head Coach John Harbaugh stated, “We have to find a running game… “We’ve actually run the […]

Offensive & Defensive Strategies: Steelers vs. Ravens

Offensive Strategies Protections & New Formations Much like their first match-up against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a key for the Baltimore Ravens will be protecting QB Joe Flacco. We all know the Steelers can get after the quarterback, but they will double their efforts after not being able to get Joe Flacco down in the first […]

Defensive & Offensive Strategies: Bucs vs. Ravens

Defensive Strategies Stop Tampa’s Rushing Attack The Baltimore Ravens are ranked 9th in the league at stopping the run, allowing 101.8 yards a game.  The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are a team that uses the run to set up the passing game. Their rushing attack is ranked 12th overall (117.8 yards per game), but they’re also […]

Offensive Stratgies: Ravens vs. Panthers

Run The Ball & Score Early In Week 11, the Baltimore Ravens face a Carolina Panthers team that has been plagued with injuries and has been struggling so far this year. However, Carolina is ranked 5th against the pass, allowing just 195.2 yards a game.  On the other hand, their run defense ranks 27th, allowing […]

Offensive Strategies: Ravens vs. Falcons

Offensive Strategies: Attack Atlanta’s Secondary Atlanta Falcons rush defense ranks 6th in the league, allowing 95.6 yards per game. The good news for the Baltimore Ravens is that RB Ray Rice may be hitting a hot streak, as he had a breakout game against Miami this past Sunday. Some other promising news is that the […]