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A lot has happened in just 2 weeks for the Baltimore Ravens so we did our best to tackle everything in this week’s show. To start things off we gave our thoughts on the Ravens 23-17 win over the Cardinals, including Lamar Jackson’s clutch throw to Hollywood Brown and the struggles in the secondary (5:20 SoundCloud, 5:50 other).
Before turning our attention to the upcoming matchup with the Chiefs we also touched on the trade market for Jalen Ramsey (29:30 SoundCloud, 30:00 other) as well as the Ravens odds to win the division following the Steelers loss of Ben Roethlisberger (43:20 SoundCloud, 43:50 other).
Lastly we give you our predictions for the Ravens upcoming battle with Kansas City (47:35 SoundCloud, 48:05 other) before breaking for our weekly ice cream with the enemy segment. This week Jake sat down with Pete Sweeney, a writer for Arrowhead Pride and host of the Chiefs pre/postgame show on 610 Sports Radio in Kansas City (56:00 SoundCloud, 56:30 other).
After talking Ravens for an hour we closed out episode 69 with a brief Orioles segment. As usual we have players and stinkers of the week to highlight but we also had some news surrounding Hunter Harvey’s future to discuss (1:09:25 SoundCloud, 1:09:55 other).
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