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RAVENS / REDSKINS PRE-GAME SHOW PRESENTED BY FANSPEAK.COM

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Join Alan Zlotorzynski from the Birds of Baltimore and Stephen Shoup of Fanspeak.com at 11 a.m.. as they get you set for The Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins pre-game show.

Earning the playoffs for an NFL-best five years in a row, the Baltimore Ravens will try to secure a second-consecutive AFC North title when they host the New York Giants this Sunday, Dec. 23. A victory over the G-Men would be very helpful to their neighbors down the beltway.

After losing three in a row for the first time since 09, the 9-5 Ravens need one win in their last 2 games to win the division. The Giants, who have lost two of their last three, are 8-6 and tied for first in the NFC East with Dallas and the Redskins.

Speaking of the Redskins, they travel to face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 16 in search of their sixth-straight win. Washington can clinch their first playoff berth since 2007 with a win combined with losses by the Bears, Giants and Vikings. The Redskins improved to 8-6 this season as rookie QB Kirk Cousins made his first career NFL start and passed for 329 yards with two touchdowns in a 38-21 win at Cleveland last Sun.

With an 8-6 record, the Redskins are tied with the Giants atop the NFC East but hold the tiebreaker over NY by virtue of the team’s divisional records (3-1 for Washington, 2-3 for New York). 

Last weeks win was the Redskins’ fifth straight and gives the team its first five-game regular season winning streak since the 2005 season.

Alan and Steve will break both games down inside and out and provide you with their 5 Keys to Victory for both teams. You will also hear from the participants of all four teams as well as the head coaches as they spoke to the media this week.

Alan will also take you back to Super Bowl XXXV between the Ravens and Giants in Tampa.

 

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