With the Dallas 27-24 overtime win, the Ravens have clinched at least a wild card spot, despite losing 3 in a row. With the next Ravens win, or Cincinnati loss, Baltimore clinches the division title and a home playoff game. First round bye? Forget about it.
Now the difficult part: Pittsburgh plays Cincinnati next week… you do the math.
Not Â a close up, but it was there nonetheless.
A day after losing 31-28 in OT to the Redskins, the Ravens fired Offensive Coordinator, Cam Cameron, andÂ promoted Jim Caldwell (previously our QB coach … and Head Coach of the Colts) to the position.Â Here’s the link:
Brace yourselves … Peyton Manning’s coming to town this weekend!
Iggy’s Ravens Report – October 30, 2012
News and Personal Thoughts:
Giants win 2nd World series in 3 years… their only 2 since moving from New York to San Francisco in 1958.
Ravens had an off week to try and figure something out, and with the stealers 1 game behind us now. The 2nd half of the season could be very long for Baltimore Football fans with several very dangerous teams lined up. Offensively, the Ravens need to push up Ray Rice’s touches, and emphasis a West Coast style offense that reduces the amount of time the ball is in Flacco’s hands (since the O-line couldn’t stop a one-winged fly). Defensively, the Ravens need to find a way to put more and more consistent pressure on the QB, otherwise, the holes in our secondary are going to look larger and larger every week. We may be in first in our division, and sitting on the number 2 seed in the conference, but that won’t last long, if they can’t find a way to keep the offense on the field more, to keep the defense better rested.
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