Baltimore Ravens fans are used to the national media skipping them as a point of conversation. The Ravens seldom get the love, but they got the love on NFL Network’s Good Morning Football:
The Baltimore Ravens beat the Cincinnati Bengals by a score of 20-0. Terrell Suggs and company dominated Andy Dalton. Dalton threw four interceptions and fumbled away the football as well. It was perhaps the most impressive victory the Ravens have ever had against the Bengals.
While the incredible effort didn’t get ignored, it didn’t seem to be getting the buzz outside of Baltimore that it deserved. Ravens fans quickly had enough of the “What’s wrong with the Bengals” narrative. Rodney Harrison did give the Ravens defense a shout out on NBC’s Football Night in America, but the Ravens weren’t being talked about like front page news for the most part.
Enter Peter Schrager of NFL Network’s Good Morning Football. Not only did Schrager praise the Ravens, he did it in the way you least expect. He praised the offense for a 17 play drive in the third quarter, a drive that as he stated “sucked the life out of that stadium.” This was awesome analysis from Schrager, who will probably gain some really loyal fans from Baltimore.
Praising a huge drive:
I’m not just giving Schrager or NFL Network lip service, when I say Good Morning Football is the best morning talk show on sports television. When the Ravens win 20-0, behind a long list of defensive stats, and you praise the offense, it shows fans that you actually watched the game. That’s why fans watch shows like this, for quality insight.
The Ravens went 81 yards down the…
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