2019 Baltimore Ravens schedule: 4 must-watch games
Week 12 @ Los Angeles Rams
From one Super Bowl LIII team to another, the only non-AFC match-up to make our must-watch list is none other than the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams possess perhaps the NFL’s greatest offense headed into 2019 behind the brilliance of Head Coach Sean McVay and Pro Bowl quarterback Jared Goff. Obviously, we can’t forget about All-Pro running back Todd Gurley. Truely, this offense will be one of, if not the, toughest the Ravens will face in 2019.
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The Rams defense is no joke, either. Aaron Donald has now won back-to-back NFL Defensive Player of the Year awards and just set the single-season sack record for defensive tackles at 20.5. Considering how big of a liability the interior of Baltimore’s offensive line has been, outside of Marshal Yanda, this spells trouble.
More than anything, the LA Rams are potential Super Bowl LIV contenders. If the Ravens can get to the big-game it could be a rematch of their week 12 battle with LA. The Rams are by far the most complete team Baltimore will face in 2019, and going on the road will only make it that much harder to win.
Because of this, beating LA will be one of the team’s biggest priorities for 2019. Taking down teams like the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots will be detrimental for success, but overcoming a dominant NFC team will truly paint a picture that Baltimore is to be taken seriously.
Of all the games on this list, going to Los Angeles and playing the Rams is without question going to be the Ravens most daunting task.