Welcome to Episode 73 of the Charm City Bird Watch Podcast with Jake McDonnellNolan McGraw, and Ian Schultz.

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To kick off we episode 73 we jumped right into the Ravens 23-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Topics of discussion include Lamar Jackson’s historic performance, the loss of DeShon Elliott, Chuck Clark’s role on defense, and Mark Andrews’ costly fumble (3:40 SoundCloud, 4:10 other).

We recorded this on Tuesday afternoon so our lengthy Ravens discussion was interrupted by the Marcus Peters trade (35:25 SoundCloud, 35:55 other). Once the news became official we gave our immediate reaction to the big addition as well as the departure of Kenny Young (42:00 SoundCloud, 42:30 other).

We then turned our attention ahead to week 7 for the Ravens upcoming game in Seattle. As always we give you our key matchups that we are looking forward to as well as some score predictions (44:30 Soundcloud, 45:00 other).

To close out the show we quickly went through a few other topics:

  • Anquan Boldin retiring as a Raven (52:10 Soundcloud, 52:40 other)
  • The Washington Nationals postseason run (59:40 Soundcloud, 1:00:10 other)
  • A brief numbers segment highlighted by Marshal Yanda (1:05:30 SoundCloud, 1:06:00 other)

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