In this game-day staple, blogger Matt Vensel makes four sometimes-courageous predictions for the game. All he asks is that you don't hold it against him whenever those predictions end up being embarrassingly wrong.
Last week, the offense stalled against the
I'm not comfortable calling for the Cowboys to upset the Ravens. I think the Ravens will find a way to win the game in their house (or the Cowboys will find a way to blow it). But I do feel confident making these four predictions that are sure to go wrong Sunday.
1. THE RAVENS WILL ALLOW 400 YARDS OF TOTAL OFFENSE
The defense has given up at least 320 yards of total offense in every game, and in allowing 379.8 yards per game, the Ravens rank 24th in total defense. The Chiefs ran all over the Ravens for 214 yards (most of them came in the first half), but they had just 165 passing yards as
2. THE RAVENS WILL SCORE ON SOME KIND OF RETURN
Maybe it will be after a fumble. Maybe it will be a pick-six. Maybe
3. RAVENS WIDE-OUTS WILL TOTAL FEWER THAN 12 CATCHES
I wrote about the Ravens’ struggles against press coverage for Thursday’s paper. The Chiefs and
4. LARDARIUS WEBB WILL FINALLY GET BEAT FOR A SCORE