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Join Alan Zlotorzynski at 10:30 a.m. for the Fanspeak.com Baltimore Ravens Pre-Game Show, sponsored by Fanduel.com. and the Fanspeak Radio Network Joining Alan will be his cohosts, former Ravens & 49ers linebacker, Tavares Gooden and former Ravens receivers coach, Drew Burnham.
Alan, Tavares and Drew will break down the Ravens fourth AFC North battle in their first eight games as they travel to Paul Brown Stadium today to take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Producing wins in five of their past six games and playing in what will be their third road game in the past four weeks, the Ravens – who currently stand atop the AFC North at 5-2– look to avenge a 23-16 defeat against Cincinnati in Week 1. In that contest, after fighting back to earn a 16-15 advantage with 5:46 left in the game, Baltimore was stunned when QB Andy Dalton hit WR A.J. Green with a 77-yard TD throw, providing Cincy the decisive score.
In last Sunday’s 29-7 victory over the visiting Atlanta Falcons, Baltimore jumped out to a 17-0 halftime lead and never looked back. For the second game in a row, the Ravens produced 5 sacks, including 2 each by OLB Elvis Dumervil and OLB Pernell McPhee.
Don’t’ miss the most in depth breakdown of today’s game. You will hear the keys to a Raven victory, as well as interviews conducted with the media throughout the week leading up to today’s big game. Alan has all of the stats you’ll need while Tavares and Drew take you inside the play calling.
You can follow Alan on Twitter @zlotsports and Tavares @TGodd52. Drew is @Drew_Burnham32. Showtime is 10:30 and will run for 2 hours.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski tonight at 6:00, as he gets you ready for the Baltimore Ravens and the Washington Redskins contest. Including preseason, the two teams will meet for the 13th time tonight at M&T Bank Stadium @ 7:30. The Ravens hold a 5-2 lead in preseason and 3-2 lead when it counts. Tonight’s show is sponsored by Fanspeak.com, Fanduel.com, and the Hendrick Automotive Group.
The Ravens and Redskins are both 2-0 through the halfway point of the preseason and look to remain undefeated. The third preseason game is considered the dress rehearsal for the regular season, as the starting units are expected to play into the second half tonight.
Fans in Baltimore will be looking to see how the Ravens fare after a slow but somehow impressive on the scoreboard start in Dallas last week. The Ravens scored a TD on offense, defense, & special teams. Tonight, Alan will give you 5 things to watch for and 10 players that must make a difference.
The Baltimore secondary is paper thin and the offense is still in search of cohesiveness through consistency. You will hear DC Dean Peas and OC Gary Kubiak during their weekly meet the press segments.
The first roster cuts are on Monday, as teams are required to get down to 75 players---so, tonight is pivotal. Alan will be joined by Matthew Hamilton, who writes a great Baltimore Sports Blog, appropriately titled, The Baltimore Birds Blog. Matthew will give his key points to a Ravens victory and what he will be watching for tonight. Be sure to check out their Facebook and Twitter pages.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski for the premier edition of Baltimore Ravens Pre-Game, sponsored by Fanspeak.com and Fanduel.com.
Tonight, the Baltimore Ravens kick off their preseason slate at M&T Bank Stadium in a 7:30 p.m. showdown against the San Francisco 49ers. Guided by head coach John Harbaugh, Baltimore has advanced to the AFC Championship game in three of the past six seasons, while the Jim Harbaugh-led 49ers have played in an impressive three-consecutive NFC title games. This battle marks the first meeting between the two clubs since the Ravens emerged victorious, 34-31, in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3, 2013.
The Ravens look to rebound from an 8-8 campaign in 2013 after missing the playoffs for the first time since John Harbaugh’s 2008 Baltimore arrival.
Alan will offer up his 5 Things to watch for and tell you what you can expect to see. Alan will tell you what new O-Coordinator Gary Kubiak will be trying to accomplish tonight. Will the offensive line open up holes and protect for Ray Rice and Joe Flacco, who both, are coming off poor seasons?
Game time is finally here and this Ravens pregame show delivers like no other. Stay tuned and log back on after the game, as Alan will conduct a Ravens post game show.
It’s GAME TIME!-----Please join Alan Zlotorzynski, Tavares Gooden and Drew Burnham, for the BALTIMORE RAVENS PREGAME SHOW, presented by FANSPEAK.COM.
Today, the guys will welcome in Ravens Hall of Faner, Captain Defense a.k.a. Wes Henson. Captain D will spend a few minutes this morning discussing his new Ravens fan anthem, “It’s Game Day Hon”. We will also get the Captains thoughts on the season so far and where he stands on all of the turmoil surrounding the Ravens at the moment.
Then it’s onto the Baltimore Ravens, who hit the road for the first time this season when they play the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium today at 1 p.m. Baltimore and Cleveland both carry 1-1 marks into the contest, with each team notching its first respective win of the season in Week 2.
Playing their second game in an emotional five-day span, the Ravens stopped the visiting Steelers, 26-6, last Thursday night (Sept. 11) in what head Coach John Harbaugh called “a complete team victory”.
In their 2014 home opener last Sunday, the Browns emerged victorious, 26-24, over the New Orleans Saints, securing the first win for new head coach Mike Pettine. (Pettine is a former Ravens assistant who coached in Baltimore from 2002-08.)
Alan will have all of the stats that matter and the pressers from both teams throughout the week. Tavares, who spent five seasons and NFL linebacker, three with the Ravens, will break down what each defense will need to do to stop the other offense. Drew Burnham, who spent last season on the offensive staff of the Ravens returns to help breakdown the Ravens offensive game plan.
Showtime is 10:30 and will run for two hours taking you almost up to kickoff. You can follow Alan on Twitter @zlotsports and be sure to give a like to the Fanspeak Radio Networks Facebook Page.
Join Jeff Hartman and Lance Williams of behindthesteelcurtain.com for the official BTSC podcast 'The Standard is the Standard' Wednesday from 9:00-10:00 p.m. ET.
On this episode hear the guys break down the Steelers victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Not only will they break down the numbers, but will hand out game balls to those deserving of such an honor.
Then it is time to look to the Sunday Night Football game against the Baltimore Ravens at Heinz Field. The guys will be bringing in the 'scout team' with Matthew Stevens of BaltimoreBeatdown.com to discuss the big AFC North battle about to ensue at Heinz Field.
As always, become a part of the show by listening live and calling in at any time. (347) 850-8581.
Are you ready for Ravens preseason action week 2---Texas style? Tonight at 5:30, join Alan Zlotorzynski for the Baltimore Ravens Pre-Game Show sponsored by Fanspeak.com.
The Ravens take to the road for their second preseason game when they face the Dallas Cowboys tonight at AT&T Stadium. In their first preseason matchup of 2014, Baltimore bested the San Francisco 49ers. Led by QB Joe Flacco, the Ravens new look offense drove 80 yards in 10 plays capped by a Bernard Pierce TD run.
Dallas, which opened at the San Diego Chargers, dropped a 27-7 contest.
Alan will preview and break down tonight’s contest. The starters are expected to play a quarter or more and Alan will tell you 5 players to watch and 5 things to watch for tonight. Tonight’s contest also looms large for the first round of cuts.
The first round of cuts is on August 26, when all teams need to be down to 75 players. Right now the Ravens have a full roster of 90 players—so starting tonight, the next two weeks will be very important for players on the roster bubble. Alan will also predict the 53, as he sees it heading into Dallas.
The Ravens pre-game show will also take a look back at when the Ravens turned out the lights on Texas Stadium back in 2008. Showtime is 5:30 and Alan will take right up to kickoff. Follow Alan on Twitter @zlotsports.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup for the season premiere of THE BALTIMORE RAVENS PREGAME SHOW, presented by Fanspeak.com’s 2013 NFL GUIDE, tonight at 6:30
Tonight, The Baltimore Ravens begin the 2013 campaign, as the NFL’s only team to earn a playoff berth in each of the last five seasons. The Ravens are in Denver for the league opener, which will start at 8:30 p.m. ET at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Baltimore has won its last five season openers, producing the second-best current streak behind the Patriots’ nine in a row. (The Broncos’ 33-19-1 mark in openers is an NFL-best .635.)
Alan & Steve will break down every aspect of tonight’s contest. They will have in depth interviews from the coaches and players, as well as matchups to watch and the all-important “5 Keys to A Ravens” win presented by the Fantasy Sports Warehouse.com
Don’t miss any of the action as the guys return for their second full season delivering The Baltimore Ravens Pregame Show. They will take you right up to kickoff starting at 6:30.
Join Alan Z & Stephen Shoup this morning at 10:30 for the Baltimore Ravens Pregame Show--presented by Fanspeak.com.
The Baltimore Ravens will play a second-consecutive road game when they travel to Miami today to face the Dolphins. Game time this Sunday, Oct. 6, at Sun Life Stadium is 1 p.m. The Ravens, tied for first in the AFC North with Cincinnati and Cleveland, are 2-2. The Dolphins (3-1) took an unblemished mark into their Monday Night Football game at New Orleans, where they dropped a 38-17 decision.
With QB Joe Flacco throwing a franchise-record 5 INTs, the Ravens came up short in Buffalo last Sunday, losing 23-20 to the Bills. Following another dismal performance on running the ball, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome made a series of roster moves this week, with the trade for OT Eugene Monroe, the focal point of them all.
Alan & Steve will break down today’s game complete with a look at the Dolphins. The guys will give you their five keys to a Ravens win, as well what key matchups to keep an eye on today. You will hear from many of the Ravens players and coaches as they met with the media this week.
The guys will finish up by taking a trip around the NFL, previewing the rest of the day’s games.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup for the Fanspeak.com Baltimore RAVENS-Washington REDSKINS pre-game show. Steve will be joining us from Fed Ex Filed as he breaks the Redskins matchup with the Chicago Bears today. Coming off a crushing defeat during to the Dallas Cowboys, Steve will tell us if RG3 and the Redskins can earn their second win of the season today. Alan will break down every aspect of the best rivalry in sports, as the Steelers and Ravens clash today at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Alan will tell you what is wrong with the Ravens rushing attack and if Joe Flacco and company can with their fourth straight in the “Burgh” You will hear from many of the participants in today’s game, as they met with the media this week. Alan will have his 5 Keys to a Ravens Victory---- Alan will also preview the rest of the days action in the NFL---Showtime is 11:00 a.m.. today.
He is the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens. Before that, he coached the defensive backs for the Philadelphia Eagles and served as the Eagles special teams coach for nine years. While leading the Ravens to 71 wins since 2008, he is considered one of the best head coaches currently in the NFL. His 9 playoff wins are the most by any head coach in the NFL since 2008. He led the Baltimore Ravens to win Super Bowl 47 in New Orleans in 2013.
In an article for BeyondtheUltimate.org, he said of his faith: "I had always been more fascinated by church history than the Bible itself. When I arrived at Miami University (Ohio) as a freshman defensive back, two teammates invited me to a Bible study. I was intrigued by the Bible’s logic. Things started clicking about God, the universe, sin and Christ’s death on the cross. Before long, I surrendered myself to Christ. I remember walking home thinking, 'If I fall on the ground and die right now, I’m right with God.' I felt a real freedom."
He went on to say, "My Christian faith brings me peace. It brings a certain peace that surpasses all understanding. I think if you have that, it gives you a chance to accomplish whatever it is you are supposed to accomplish. I think it’s critical to make time for God; it’s a way to honor and praise God. You just humble yourself before God and let Him know that these things that we do are for Him. The biggest thing I’ve learned faith-wise is that God is in the driver’s seat. That is what faith is. It’s the belief in the things that are unseen. It’s a certain trust in life and in God, our Creator."
"More than anything else, I want God to stay close to me so I don’t get caught up in myself and basically embarrass myself. I used to pray for other reasons, and every now and then I’d pray for a turnover. But that’s selfish behavior. When you make yourself small and raise up the other people around you, that’s the Christian message."
His name is John Harbaugh.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski for the Fanspeak.com, Baltimore Ravens pre-game show starting today at 11:00 a.m. Alan will take you right up to kickoff as the Ravens get set to battle the Green Bay Packers.
Last week, K Justin Tucker kicked a game-winning 44-yard field goal with 1:42 left in the contest in a 26-23 victory at Miami last Sunday. It was Tucker’s fourth FG (42, 50 and 25 yards) of the game. The Dolphins took a 13-6 halftime lead, but the Ravens dominated the third quarter, holding the ball for over 11 minutes and jumping back ahead for a 16- 13 edge. Baltimore produced three-consecutive scoring drives in the second half to take a 23-13 lead. Miami bounced right back, scoring 10 points in a minute and 45 seconds to tie the game at 23 with eight minutes left in the game. OLB Terrell Suggs was a hero in the fourth quarter with 3 sacks, while RB Ray Rice, who rushed for 74 yards and added 28 more with 6 catches, scored 2 touchdowns
The Packers beat the visiting Lions, 22-9, last Sunday at Lambeau Field. Green Bay, which had its bye weekend prior to this victory, opened the season with a 34-28 loss at San Francisco, beat the Redskins (38-20) in Week 2 and then lost at Cincinnati, 34-30. This will be the first of four games against the NFC North for the Ravens this season. Baltimore will also play at Chicago (Nov. 17) and Detroit (Dec. 16) and host the Vikings on Dec. 8.
Alan will have all of the interviews from both teams this week, as well as all of the stats that matter. Do not miss the Fanspeak.com 5 Keys to a Ravens Victory, as Alan tells you how the purple and black take down one of the NFL’s most prolific passers and offenses.
You can follow Alan on Twitter @zlotsports.