Tag "Marquise Brown"

Splash’s Hot Take-o-Meter (July 2022)

Welcome to the final installment of the 2022 off-season Hot Take-o-Meter. In this series, NFL hot takes will be placed on a scale of peppers. There are 12 levels ranging from zero heat (milk level) to maximum heat (Pepper X).

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Fanelli’s Fantasy Files: NFC West Bold Predictions

While the 2022 NFL season is still months away, it is never too early to prepare for the fantasy season.

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Heller’s Three Burning Questions 2022: Baltimore Ravens

The 2022 NFL preseason is rapidly approaching, with team practices growing more intense by the day.

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2022 Bold Predictions: Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals had a quiet offseason until they made a trade for Marquise Brown.

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Baltimore Ravens 2021 Season Recap

2021 was not the year Baltimore Ravens’ fans anticipated for a myriad of reasons. They missed the postseason for the first time since drafting Lamar Jackson, going 8-9 for fourth in the AFC North.

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Fanelli’s Fave Five Prop Bets for TNF: Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins

Tonight we have a matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and the Miami Dolphins. Which bets will lead to cash in your pockets?

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Splash’s NFL Week 9 Team of the Week

With Week 9 of the NFL season in the books, it is time to look at the best performers at each position from last week. It should be a mix of usual suspects and random one-game wonders.

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Fanelli’s Fave Five Prop Bets for MNF: Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens

Tonight we have a matchup between the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens. Which bets will lead to cash in your pockets?

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Baltimore Ravens 2021 Fantasy Preview

For fantasy purposes, Baltimore added three players into the fray. Sammy Watkins came over from Kansas City in free agency while Rashod Bateman and Tylan Wallace were added in the draft.

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Baltimore Ravens Offseason Preview

After the Baltimore Ravens ran away with the AFC North and the NFL in 2019 to the tune of a 14-2 record, it’s fair to say that the 2020 season was rather a disappointing one. Fresh off of Lamar Jackson’s MVP victory, it’s no surprise that the Ravens were the co-favorites with the Kansas City Chiefs to win Super Bowl LV.

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