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The Ravens need to make sure they don’t have a letdown like the week after the first win over the Steelers, when they got thumped 26-13 on the road by the Titans. The Seahawks have lost three games in a row by a combined score of 63-28! Here is a look at the matchups in this game:
When the Ravens have the ball: The Ravens aren’t going to change what they do this weekend. Ray Rice is the main man of the offense for the Ravens and that won’t change this weekend in Seattle. The Seahawks are only giving up 3.4 yards per carry so far this year, but 110.4 yards rushing per game….so Rice and Ricky Williams will have to fight for every yard they get this Sunday. The Seahawks don’t have much of a pass rush or a secondary, so Joe Flacco is going to likely be very successful throwing the ball this weekend. Anquan Boldin and Torrey Smith could be in line for huge games, with TEs Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta working the middle of the field.
When the Seahawks have the ball: The Seahawks fi...
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Haloti Ngata is truly the biggest obstacle the Seahawks will face, an absolute mountain of a defensive lineman who will be standing between Seattle and its continued progress in the rushing game.
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