Heading into Week 3, the Ravens are looking to rebound from their divisional loss to the Bengals when they return home to Baltimore to face the undefeated Denver Broncos. While journeyman quarterback Case Keenum has fallen short of his 2017 productivity with the Minnesota Vikings, running back Phillip Lindsay is averaging 6.1 yards per carry and receiver Emmanuel Sanders is averaging 16.5 yards per reception through the first two games of the season. Denver’s heralded defense has also recorded seven sacks, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and one blocked kick in 2018.
Joe Flacco will need to improve his accuracy to get his team back on track, and the offensive line will need to make strides in order to open up the run game for Alex Collins and Javorius Allen. Keenum has already thrown four interceptions this season, after finishing with just seven in all of 2017. Baltimore’s ball-hawking defense will look to exploit Keenum’s turnover tendency and rebound after looking lost without linebacker C.J. Mosley, who went down with a bone bruise during the first quarter at Cincinnati.
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