Baltimore Ravens

August 13, 2010 by · Comments Off on Baltimore Ravens 

Baltimore Ravens, (Point-Spreads) — Baltimore Ravens NFL Predictions 2010 & 2011 Super Bowl Predictions: is breaking down Baltimore Ravens AFC North Division. 2010 NFL Predictions experts in online sports betting have 750 Baltimore Ravens odds to win the Super Bowl XLV.

PROS: The Ravens continued to possess one of the best defenses in the NFL, as it ranked third in the league in points and yards allowed in 2009. With 32 sacks and 22 interceptions for the Ravens did not generate as many defense works great as in previous years, but they were solid in both pass defense (8th) and career (5th). The unquestioned leader of the unit 35 remains Ray Lewis, who won the first-team All Pro honors for the seventh time in his career in 2009. Defensive lineman Haloti Ngata earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl last season, while free safety Ed Reed made the team for the sixth time.

Offensively, the Ravens were still running strong with the ball (5) through (18th), but quarterback Joe Flacco has proven to be an elite quarterback. The addition of Anquan Boldin give Flacco a top-level goal. Running back Ray Rice is one of the best runners around the NFL and gives great versatility in the backfield Ravens. Willis McGahee is a great compliment to Rice in the backfield for the Ravens.

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CONS: The two best defensive players (Lewis and Reed) and better return receiver (Derrick Mason) are all on the negative side of the big races. Mason caught 73 passes for 1028 yards last season, but given his all out style of play, it seems inevitable that injuries will eventually catch up with him. Although only 31, Reed has been hampered by injuries and has hunted not many years left.

2010 NFL Predictions experts in online sports betting have 450 Baltimore Ravens odds to win the AFC North.

Baltimore Ravens 2010 NFL Schedule – Preseason
Date Time Opponent
Carolina 12 August 20:00
Washington August 21 @ 19:00
N. August 28 Y. Giants 19:30
September 2 @ S. Louis 20:00
All times are Eastern

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Baltimore Ravens 2010 NFL Schedule – Regular Season
Date Time Opponent
13@N.Y September. 19:00 Jets
Cincinnati September 19 @ 13:00
Cleveland September 26 13:00
Pittsburgh 3 October @ 13:00
October 10, Denver 13:00
October 17 New England @ 13:00
October 24 13:00 Buffalo
Week 8 BYE
November 7 in Miami 13:00
November 11 @ Atlanta 20:20
November 21 @ Carolina 13:00
November 28 13:00 Tampa Bay
Pittsburgh 5 December 20:20
Houston December 13 @ 20:30
December 19 New Orleans 13:00
Cleveland December 26 @ 13:00
January 2, Cincinnati 13:00

Carolina Panthers

August 13, 2010 by · Comments Off on Carolina Panthers 

Carolina Panthers, (Catcrave) — In less than 12 hours, the Carolina Panthers take the field in Baltimore, who face the Ravens. Although pre-season counts for nothing in terms of wins and losses, no matter the reason to see how teams look at the different positions, and position battles being waged within the teams. A victory is just the icing on the cake.

When: Thursday August 12, 8 pm ET

Where: Stadium M & T Bank, Baltimore, MD

Listings: ESPN, Sirius: 122 (CAR) 124 (LAB)

To begin, there are 11 players in Carolina will not make the trip – not made the journey – to Baltimore: Receiver Steve Smith (arm), running back Jonathan Stewart (heel), cornerback Chris Gamble (knee), Right tackle Jeff Otah (knee), running back Mike Goodson (ankle), receiver Charly Martin (finger) and Trent Guy (hamstring), safety Aaron Francisco (hamstring), linebacker Jordan Senn (shoulder ), tackle Garry Williams (shoulder) and linebacker Thomas Davis (ACL).

From place Gamble is the second year corner Captain Munnerlyn.

We also expect to see some playing time for the four quarterbacks. Until last night, rookie quarterback Jimmy Clausen will be presented at tonight’s game with the second team. So much effort Hunter Cantwell leapfrog into the number two in the lineup.

So what areas and players are of his interest in the game tonight?

As a unit, I am very interested in seeing how the special teams – the second leg to be exact – to do after a few new faces were brought in to improve what was not even an effort last year.

Wallace Wright has all my attention on the game tonight. The game of the New York Jets back was very well last season with Wright, so I’m curious to see how it performs tonight, too.

Marcus Hudson will also be on hand, and I’m very interested in performance, too.

Reports also indicate that former Bucs receiver / returner Dexter Jackson has recovered his game a lot since training camp began, by what appears to be a lot of competition in the second leg.

In other positions, I am anticipating a large sample of rookie wide receiver Brandon LaFell, considering Dwayne Jarrett slide into oblivion since the beginning of training camp. Still going to wait and see how does this DJ night before putting the label for his career. At this point, is “waiting to bust.”

Since it seems Jarrett’s participation in the starting lineup may be limited, probably we will start working more with Clausen and second team players.

In the medium and weak-side linebacker, I’m very excited to see how third-year linebacker Dan Connor performs in the center. This is where Connor excelled through high school and college career. Anyone who cares about Jon Beason not be. Beason played the weak side during his time at “The U.” While it is obvious that skill set Beason has been better to Mike, I’m still curious to see what Connor can contribute to the defense in his newfound starting job.

Another area is to see how defensive end. Everette Brown, Greg Hardy, and possibly some sightings of Eric Norwood defensive line should be jumping.

Speaking of the defensive line, the defensive front – small and undersized what they are – is tasca brake to show some of what you have to enter the new season. Tank Tyler Young and Leonard U.S. dollars he is ready for the wheels in motion by Ron Meeks 4-3, Tampa-2 defensive hybrid.

Finally, I think the best for last … How does the quarterback Matt Moore to start the preseason? In recent years, has been something of a poor performance, what most of us scratching our heads wondering if they ever hold reliable when needed? Now it’s time this team needed. Moore did very well to close the 2009 campaign, but it will light up again in the preseason and we have to wait until the game at Giants road to confirm if Moore is real or a flash in the pan.