01-09-2013, 11:08 PM
Third String But Playing on Special Teams
Join Date: Jan 2012
Re: Divisonal round breakdown: Ravens at Broncos
I think Baltimore has a solid chance to end Denver's season and burst the little bubbles of Bronco fans everywhere.
Peyton has a great win/loss ratio against the Ravens but in 10 or 11 games against them, he's thrown almost half as many interceptions as he has touchdowns. 18/8.
That's not too spectacular.
If Baltimore executes, they can win this football game. There's a lot of experience on Baltimore's defense. They won't (or at least shouldn't) be out of place constantly which is most of the battle for the types of teams Peyton feeds on during the regular season. Ray Lewis may have botched that interception last week but he was in the right place to get it for a reason.
If Ray Rice and Flacco have good games, they should be able to score more than an inspired Raven defense will allow.
I think all Baltimore needs to do is execute a complete football game.
Denver is statistically the weakest team in the NFL when it comes to defending Tight Ends (something that makes me extremely confident against them). Baltimore didn't have their TE in last time, whats-his-face. They were injured on defense, Flacco had a horrible game, etc.
They don't have a lot of room for error, though.
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