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Fans are excited in Baltimore. Adding some quality wide receiver depth in veterans Michael Crabtree, John Brown, and Willie Snead to an above-average running attack, an excellent defense, and arguably the best kicker in the league has them expecting an end to the Ravens’ three-year playoff drought. Guide to watch NFL football Baltimore Ravens live stream online, news, rankings, photos, more on NFL TV Pass.
This could also be the end of the line for their Super Bowl-winning quarterback, Joe Flacco. Lamar Jackson will take it all in this season in hope of taking it over in 2019.
Of course, a fourth consecutive season out of the playoffs could precipitate some more changes, too.
This is how we see the Baltimore Ravens’ 2018 season unfolding, game-by-game:
Week 1: Bills (0-0) at Ravens (0-0)
For the second consecutive year, Buffalo shuffles into Baltimore for the season opener. We don’t know yet who the Bills play at quarterback, but he faces the same defense that held the departed Tyrod Taylor to 111 yards passing in 2017.
Joe Flacco blows past that total in the first half. The Ravens show off their new receivers to the Baltimore faithful in a convincing victory. (Ravens 24-10)
Week 2: Ravens (1-0) at Bengals (0-1)
Cincinnati brought Marvin Lewis back for a 16th season. It is possible they don’t believe anyone else wants to coach this team.
Baltimore shows off their ground game in an attempt to keep the clock running. That passes for mercy in Cincinnati. (Ravens 24-13)
Week 3: Broncos (2-0) at Ravens (2-0)
Case Keenum has quieted the critics wondering why John Elway didn’t make a play for Kirk Cousins. But the Seahawks and Raiders don’t have all the weapons Baltimore has.
In Week 1, they showed off the receivers. In Week 2, it was the runners. Against the Broncos, Baltimore’s defense steals the spotlight and hands Keenum his first loss as a Bronco. (Ravens 17-10)
Week 4: Ravens (3-0) at Steelers (2-1)
Ravens fans are feeling good about their team’s chances at dethroning the Steelers atop the AFC North. Both teams sport good defenses, good runners,and receivers working with a former Super Bowl-winning passer who is past his prime.
Pittsburgh isn’t quite ready to yield their title to their crabcake-eating rivals. In a nip-and-tuck game, Ben Roethlisberger produces a late,game-winning, scoring drive. (Steelers 20-16)
Week 5: Ravens (3-1) at Browns (1-3)
Cleveland has already won a game this season, taking out the Jets in their last home game. But they still come into this game as 7-point underdogs.
Baltimore’s defense doesn’t allow the Browns to get on track. Unfortunately, the Browns do better against Joe Flacco’s crew. The Ravens’ suspect pass protection is exposed in an upset loss at Cleveland. (Browns 19-17)
Week 6: Ravens (3-2) at Titans (2-3)
Tennessee has lost three straight, including a shocker to the Bills in Week 5. They are desperate for a win.
Baltimore has no such sense of urgency, even after their loss to the Browns. They know they are the better team. Unfortunately, that’s not true today. (Titans 21-16)
Week 7: Saints (4-1) at Ravens (3-3)
New Orleans comes to Baltimore off a bye week. The Saints have both their running stars back on the field and Drew Brees continues to do Drew Brees things down south.
Baltimore’s offense opens things up, allowing Willie Snead to remind New Orleans fans that he was a pretty good receiver for them once. But Drew Brees wins more shootouts than he loses, and that trend continues today. (Saints 30-24)
Week 8: Ravens (3-4) at Panthers (5-1)
Carolina is coming off their first loss of the season, a defensive struggle against the defending Super Bowl champion Eagles. They are not in a good mood.
Baltimore is up for the challenge. The defense stifles Cam Newton, while Alex Collins breaks through for some long runs. Unfortunately, it is not enough as the Ravens lose another close one to a playoff team. (Panthers 23-20)
Week 9: Steelers (5-2) at Ravens (3-5)
Pittsburgh set the Ravens off on their five-game losing streak back in Week 4. Now they come to town threatening to run away with the division… again.
Baltimore’s defense sets the tone, blitzing Roethlisberger mercilessly and corralling Le’Veon Bell between the tackles. It all adds up to a satisfying victory for the Ravens. (Ravens 21-13)
Week 10: The Ravens are on their bye week.
Week 11: Bengals (0-9) at Ravens (4-5)
Pittsburgh’s Week 10 loss to the Panthers drops them to only one game ahead of the Ravens with a trip to Jacksonville on tap for Week 11.
Baltimore won’t let the Bengals lull them to sleep with a chance to pull into a first-place tie. (Ravens 31-10)
Week 12: Raiders (5-5) at Ravens (5-5)
John Gruden’s return to the NFL is best defined by the Raiders 5-5 record. Some good stuff, some not-so-good stuff… hard to judge if it’s working or not.
Baltimore deals Oakland more of the bad stuff in Week 12. The defense is on a roll and the offense is mixing things up well. Baltimore keeps the pressure on Pittsburgh. (Ravens 21-10)
Week 13: Ravens (6-5) at Atlanta (7-4)
Matt Ryan and the Falcons are riding high after dropping their first three games. They boast a four-game winning streak as Baltimore comes to visit.
Baltimore gives them a run for their money, but the Falcons’ offense breaks down the Ravens’ defense in another close loss to a playoff team. (Falcons 27-24)
Week 14: Ravens (6-6) at Chiefs (7-5)
For the second consecutive week, the Ravens visit an expected playoff contender in the middle of a hot streak. Pat Mahomes and the Chiefs are winners of five of their last six games.
Baltimore’s offense has an off day against the Kansas City defense. Despite that, only a tack-on field goal as time expires keeps this from becoming the Ravens fourth loss by less than one score to a playoff contender. (Chiefs 24-16)
Week 15: Buccaneers (5-8) at Ravens (6-7)
After those two losses, the Ravens find themselves just a game behind the Steelers. Tampa Bay comes to town after pulling off two consecutive upsets against the Panthers and Saints. Like the Ravens, their defense sets the tone and hopes the offense can do enough to pull out a win.
Baltimore is held without a touchdown for the first time this season. But the Ravens’ defense holds the game close enough to let Justin Tucker keep the Ravens’ post-season dreams alive. (Ravens 12-10)
Week 16: Ravens (7-7) at Chargers (10-4)
Los Angeles’ Week 15 loss to Kansas City means the Chargers must win out to assure themselves of the AFC West title. The Ravens only have a chance to catch the Steelers if they can win out.
When two immovable forces collide, you get an entertaining game that someone eventually has to lose. Philip Rivers’ magical season continues. The Ravens face their fourth straight season without a playoff game. (Chargers 23-20)
Week 17: Browns (5-10) at Ravens (7-8)
Pittsburgh lost to the Saints in Week 16, but they own the fourth tie-breaker against the Ravens, clinching the title even if they lose in Week 17. The Browns come into Baltimore after routing the Bengals for their fifth win.
If they thought they would catch a depressed Ravens’ team and steal another win, they were wrong. An angry Ravens team, in what is expected to be Joe Flacco’s last game in Baltimore, pummels them. (Ravens 24-3)
What comes next?
It is an offseason of transition for the Ravens and their fans. As planned before the season, Eric DeCostatakes over for long-time general manager, Ozzie Newsome. DeCosta’s first official act will be to accept the resignation of coach John Harbaugh and his staff. Second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson will lead one of the most stable franchises in the NFL into a new era come 2019.
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