Three things to watch for as Ravens host Jets on Thursday Night Football

The Baltimore Ravens will welcome the New York Jets to town on Thursday night at M&T Bank Stadium, looking to put the finishing touches on an AFC North Division crown and move one step closer to locking down home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

The 11-2 Ravens clinched a playoff berth last Sunday by gutting out a 24-17 win over the Buffalo Bills. In windy conditions Lamar Jackson went 16-25 with three touchdowns and one interception. Jackson was also able to add 11 carries for 40 yards on the ground in a surprisingly quiet rushing day for the MVP front runner. That was his lowest output on the ground since the Ravens season opening win in Miami.

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Podcast Episode 68: Ravens eviscerate the Dolphins and prepare for a reunion with T-Sizzle

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Welcome to Episode 68 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 (including We’re Watching Here) ranging from sports, games, pop culture, comedy, and much more.

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Three things to watch for ahead of the Ravens home opener against the Cardinals

The Baltimore Ravens will be looking to move to 2-0 this Sunday when rookie sensation Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals visit M&T Bank Stadium for the first time since 2011.

The Ravens will be looking to build on an explosive offensive performance in which they racked up a team record 643 total yards en route to a 59-10 shellacking of the Miami Dolphins. Lamar Jackson got off to a sauna hot start, leading the offense to four straight touchdown drives to open the game before the Ravens finally punted on their fourth drive.

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