Found December 08, 2012 on Tireball.com:
The Baltimore Ravens “travel” this week to play the Washington Redskins. This game is scheduled for a 1 p.m. EST kickoff on CBS and features what should be an interesting match-up of  a veteran defense and an athletic quarterback. Last week the Ravens lost in heartbreaking fashion at home to the Pittsburgh Steelers who were playing with third string quarterback Charlie Batch. This week they have to try and contain Robert Griffin III. The Ravens defense gives up chuncks of yards but does a good job of limiting the number of poitns allowed. (20.2) The Ravens expect Terrell Suggs to play in this game but how much of a factor he will be is unclear. Offensively the Ravens score 25.5 points per game but have not topped 20 points in their last three games. Washington is coming off a win against the New York Giants. At 6-6, and with three straight wins, their confidence is sky high. Griffin has exceeded expectations and though the air and on the ground but do not forget about Alfred Morris ...
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