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BALTIMORE RAVENS MONDAY NIGHT QUARTERBACK WITH ALAN "Z"

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FOR THIRD TIME IN FIVE SEASONS, IT IS CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK IN THE CHARM CITY!

Join Alan "Z" of Fanspeak.com as he brings you RAVENS MONDAY QUARTERBACK on the FANSPEAK RADIO NETWORK.

In what was arguably one of the greatest football games in the history of the Divisional Round, the Ravens defeated the Denver Broncos 38-35 in double overtime to advance to the AFC Championship Game for the third time in five seasons.

Alan will have every highlight and post-game presser from a jubilant Ravens locker room. Alan has every angle covered from Saturday’s big win, which is clearly one of the greatest in Baltimore football history.

You will also hear from the losers locker room, including safety Rahim Moore taking responsibility for the “Baltimore Bomb” or the Miracle at Mile High.

Where does Saturday’s game rank in the annals of Baltimore football history, Alan will tell you the top 5 games from the Baltimore Colts-Ravens era? What goes around comes around, good and bad in life and in the National Football League. Alan explains what this has to do with Saturdays win.

The prize for beating Peyton for the first time in 9 games is a shot at redemption on Sunday in Foxborough Mass, as the Ravens get set to face Tom Brady and the NE Patriots in a rematch of last year’s AFC Title tilt.

What are the early story lines of the week? Alan begins to break down the game with all of the news and information you need to get your championship week started. How much of a factor will “The drop” and “Wide left” be as the Ravens try to avenge their 23-20 defeat last January.

How much can you take from the Ravens last second Week 4 win over the Pats, Alan has the answers. Showtime is 8:30 and the show will run for 2 hours.

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