Sunday, November 21, 2010

Ravens take 17-3 lead

Baltimore just went up by two touchdowns on Carolina and now leads 17-3 after Ray Rice scored from one yard out standing up with 1:57 left in the first half.

The Ravens have scored on three of their four first-half drives as Carolina's defense continues to get torched by Joe Flacco, who has been just about perfect. The only time Baltimore didn't score it fumbled at the Carolina 15.

The eight-play, 51-yard drive included a long pass to TE Todd Heap, who fumbled it while going out of bounds. Carolina recovered but James Anderson's tiptoe dance trying to stay inbounds while doing so failed.

This is the second straight week Carolina's defense has really looked bad -- it gave up 31 points last week to Tampa Bay.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The whole coaching staff needs to be fired asap, why is our corners playing 10-15 yards back everytime?

How about some press coverage and consistent pass rush? Rushing only 3-4 guys isn't getting it done.

Who is surprise by John F approach going conservative of run, run, pass, punt? Theres no need for teams to game plan knwoing what they will do.

Godfrey is constantly out of position not being in the right spot for the td by Tj H. Gamble let him go for him Godfrey to cover him.

7 more weeks until this boring game plan ends.