Baltimore Ravens: 3 Reasons They Can Beat Red Hot Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys are red hot with an eight game winning streak brewing. Can the Baltimore Ravens compete with the NFC’s top contender?
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The Baltimore Ravens and their fans were Cowboys fans for one day only, as they played the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Cowboys beat the Steelers in thrilling fashion. With the game nearing its end the Cowboys found some magic. Rookie running back, Ezekiel Elliott, ran in a 32 yard touchdown for the final score of the game. Ravens fans were glad to see the Steelers lose their fourth straight game, however the thought of facing the Cowboys is daunting.
The Cowboys are led by a rookie backfield. Dak Prescott and Elliott are taking the league by storm. It feels like a new era of Cowboys football. It is reminiscent of the Ravens introduction to Joe Flacco and Ray Rice in 2008. The Cowboys offense is averaging 411 yards per game, which ranks third in the NFL. Jerry Jones and company have built the most impressive team Dallas has had in quite some time.
There is no doubt that the Ravens will need their A game to win. It’s a tough test, but the Ravens can win it. Don’t believe me? Here are three reasons the Ravens have a chance in this game.