The Denver Broncos face a tough test on the road in Baltimore Sunday.
We’ve heard it all before: It’s an east coast game. It starts at 11 a.m. Mountain Time. The Ravens are 32-6 in the last 38 home games when Joe Flacko started at Quarterback. The Broncos haven’t won at M&T Bank Stadium. Peyton Manning hasn’t lost in Baltimore during his NFL career.
One more time. Peyton Manning hasn’t lost in Baltimore during his NFL career.
The Ravens also fired their offensive coordinator this week.
After blowing a fourth-quarter lead and losing in overtime to the Washington Redskins in Week 14, the Baltimore Ravens (9-4) will be looking for redemption at home on Sunday against the scorching 10-3 Denver Broncos.
The Broncos earned their eighth straight win on Thursday Night Football over the Oakland Raiders and are the hottest team in the NFL right now. The last time the Broncos lost the Denver Nuggets season hadn’t even started.
The Ravens saw a hobbled Robert Griffin III give way to Kirk Cousins to lead a Redskins comeback last Sunday.
Luckily for Baltimore, the San Diego Chargers defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, allowing the Ravens to maintain their two-game division lead in the AFC North.
Having lost two in a row, Baltimore will be looking to get its defense back on track, but it will have its hands full with a Peyton Manning-led offense in Week 15.