It might not even be Halloween yet, but it looks like the winter is coming to the desert of Arizona early this year. That is, at least, judging by the uniforms picked by the Baltimore Ravens (5-2) for their matchup against the Cardinals (1-6) on the road next Sunday, Oct. 29, inside the University of Phoenix Stadium.
The Ravens will go all-white this weekend, something they had never done before this year and something that they only did once last season--to not very good results, one must say.
So this weekend, for the first (and most probably lone) time this season, the Ravens will be clad in white jerseys to go with equally immaculate white pants, socks, and shoes.
If you check the 2022 Ravens Wardrobe over Ravens Uniform Tracker, you'll find out how they did with every one of the different jersey and pants combinations.
Ravens will go White-on-White against the Cardinals
The Ravens have opted for a very daunting uniform combo this weekend by going white-on-white. The only time they chose this combination last season was in their matchup against the New York Giants, one they ended up losing 24-20 to Big Blue.
Will that change this season? Perhaps the fact that Baltimore is facing one of the worst teams in the NFL informed the Ravens decision. Last year, the Giants were 4-1 when they beat the Ravens and Baltimore entered that matchup 3-2 on the year, so going against a 1-5 time in Arizona should make it easier for the Flock to get a Win in White this time out.
Last year, playing in white, Lamar Jackson had an awful day on the pocket completing just 17-of-32 passes for 210 yards and a touchdown against one interception. Two other playmakers, however, had a remarkable day.
Tight end Mark Andrews and running back Kenyan Drake had fantastic outings. Andrews got to 106 receiving yards on seven receptions including one for a score. Drake racked up 119 yards on 10 carries and also scored a touchdown.