Ravens 27 Jets 20
Ravens 27 Jets 20
In a game much like the Texans game earlier this year and the Jets game a couple of years ago, a couple of defensive TDs make it look like the offense played a good game, but they really didn't.
30-13 Ravens Elam gets his first TD after scooping up a Geno fumble forced by Dumervil.
That Jets D line is impressive, keep an eye on Wilkerson. I have no idea how they will counter him inside. But the back end has been exposed and the Ravens have to test it.
Also saw this today: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/wr-hill...5998--nfl.html
The Ravens have no business losing to this team. Not at home.
There's really no one on their offense that scares you. We've lost to the Bills and Browns but at least those teams have some playmakers. Stephen Hill, I heard, is in the dog house. Is Santonio Holmes healthy? Who else is left? David Nelson? Chris Ivory is a good running back but he's not a game changer.
Their run defense is really good but the secondary isn't great. We should be able to run the sugar huddle, quick passing attack with some shotgun runs and draws mixed in. We play that style well at home. That should be enough to get us 20-23 points or so, which should be enough to win.
Ravens win 23-10. If we lose this one I'll have no more words.
Ravens 21 - Jets 17...since our offense can't score more than 14, our "D" gets a TD in this one... Bc
Must ...avoid ...turnovers...
If Joe & crew can keep from turning it over (or at least commit fewer turnovers than NY) I think the Ravens find a way to come out on top at home.
16-13 Ravens on a last second FG.
Even though they win fans will feel deflated as if the Ravens lost.
This team is missing something and its more than talent or even leadership.
Can't picture the Ravens losing this game.
I'd say Jets win by three. Their d is so damn good and they really are a Jekyll and Hyde team.
Nothing like a little bit of bulletin board material for the OL.