Just don't think our "D" will stop the 'Skins offense enough and I don't know what to expect out of this Ravens offense on the road. If there was a road game for Joe to have a big game this is it but I'm not sure Cam will allow it nor that Joe is up for it. I hope I'm wrong though...
I don't feel that way this week. Skins are still partying over their monday night win against the Gmen.
I predicted a Ravens loss a couple days ago, I also predict that we give up over 200 yards rushing.
This is a must win game. Mostly because the foreskins are turrible, and if the Ravens can't beat these chumps they might as well pack it in for the season.
I'm going to go out on a limb and predict the Ravens will play well enough on the road to pull this one out. I'll say 23-17. The ravens have not lost back to back games since 2009 but as we learned last Sunday all good things must come to an end. The ravens must win the time of possession battle and keep RG3 off the field. Winning the TOP battle means we run the rock. And please Cam enough with the out routes. Everyone is sitting on it. Get creative, gets guys in motion and attack the middle of the field.
If "good Joe" shows up: 34-27 Ravens
If "bad Joe" shows up: 42-23 Redskins
After Sunday I have completely given up trying to identify this Island of Misfits. The defense seems to be skimming the bottom, with a bunch of confused players when the opponent does something unique. And because of the injuries, the ones that you can hope to count on are limping along. The offense has to figure out that they can mix the pass and run and not get stuck in one or the other.
Whoever has the ball last wins.
The triple option is going to give the Ravens fits. RGIII is going to to have about 250 yards passing and 80 yds rushing. Morris will have 100 yds rushing. They will have receivers WIDE open off play action. The Skins pass defense is abysmal, but Flacco will complete only 50% of his passes and the Ravens will struggle to put up 20 on them