3 trap games the Ravens should be wary of in 2022

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The Baltimore Ravens are set up for a comeback season for the ages in 2022, but a few of their opponents could rain on the parade.

Compared to the rest of the AFC North, the Ravens can boast a relatively easy schedule given their last place finish in the division in 2021.

This upcoming season exemplifies a year-long marathon in which Baltimore must avoid another injury plague and keep players as healthy as possible. The toughest stretch of the team’s schedule, after all, is arguably toward the end, when the Ravens play two AFC North games on the road and close out the season against the smirking Cincinnati Bengals.

While the Ravens get to avoid AFC heavyweights like the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, there are a handful of matchups that could pose as a sneaky challenge and threaten to detail their projected success.

Baltimore faced its share of close games last year, the most notable of which may be a win against the Detroit Lions featuring Justin Tucker’s famous “doink.”

Which underestimated teams could rise from beneath and snatch a victory from Baltimore?

These are three trap games the Ravens should be extra cautious of in 2022.