A Familiar Feeling:
This game was reminiscent of the Giants game in 2012. The Ravens had just lost tgree straight games and fired offensive coordinator, Cam Cameron. Baltimore destroyed the Giants by a score of 33-14. It was the Ravens telling the world that they were not going to coil into the fetal position, but rather go for Super Bowl glory. That’s how the 2012 season ended, with the Lombardi Trophy in Joe Flacco’s grasp.
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Baltimore learned in that 2012 season that getting hot at the right moment is all you need to do. If the Ravens can use this game as a turning point for the offense, the entire NFL should fear the purple and black. The defense was already dominant, if the offense can shine like this Baltimore is unbeatable. This Ravens team, not the one we saw in that four game losing streak, but this revamped version of the Ravens can beat anyone.
Baltimore just beat a Dolphins team that was feeling good about themselves. Miami had a six game winning streak brewing. This was a quality win for the Ravens. Baltimore may be in first place, but they have struggled to beat playoff caliber teams. Miami is in the hunt and is no pushover.