Three things to watch for as Ravens head to LA to take on the Rams

The 8-2 Baltimore Ravens are headed to Los Angeles to take on the 6-4 Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football at the LA Memorial Coliseum.

The Ravens will be looking for their seventh consecutive victory after last week’s decisive 41-7 route of the Houston Texans. Stop me if you’ve heard this before, but Lamar Jackson again led the way for Baltimore finishing 17-24 with 222 yards and four touchdown passes. Jackson also pitched in 10 carries for 79 yards including another highlight reel run:

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Podcast Episode 78: What is a loss?

Welcome to Episode 78 of the Charm City Bird Watch Podcast with Jake McDonnellNolan McGraw, and Ian Schultz.

The Charm City Bird Watch Podcast is brought to you by the Big Heads Media Podcast Network. Big Heads brings you several different podcasts ranging from sports, games, pop culture, comedy, and much more.

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Three things to watch for as Ravens welcome Texans to Baltimore

The 7-2 Baltimore Ravens are the hottest team in the NFL and will return home Sunday to take on the 6-3 Houston Texans in a game that will give the winner an inside track at a first round bye in the AFC playoff picture.

The Ravens are fresh off of their fifth straight win, a 49-13 triumph over the woeful Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium. The Ravens were buoyed by another MVP caliber performance from QB Lamar Jackson and two defensive touchdowns. Jackson was 15-17 woth 223 yards and three touchdowns through the air. He also added seven carries for 65 yards including this electrifying touchdown run:

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