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Guys, What's going on? My name is Joe New Beau.
This today is Monday, October 19th.
And it is a beautiful day to talk about the Baltimore Ravens, as I usually do.
So few topics for for you guys here today.
And, uh, I decided to change the way that I do.
Uh, you know, it's been a while since I've come on YouTube and come on SportsCastr and just done a solo solo little stream solo podcast.
And the reason is because I wanted to change up my content man a little bit.
I feel like, you know, I was doing a lot of opinion based type things.
That's that's really where I was.
That was my bread and butter, man, you know, just kind of giving some opinions.
And I'm still going to be giving opinions.
Don't don't get me wrong.
That's not going away, because obviously, I mean, if you talk about football, everybody's gonna have an opinion, right? So it's It's just, needless to say that I will continue tohave opinions and based, but I wanted to take, um, or ****ytical approach, I guess, to the way that I do things the way that I talk about things and wow, sorry, guys.
I am currently watching the Chiefs and Bills game, and it's funny because the Chiefs were up 7 to for the longest time.
And then out of nowhere, the I go and leave.
I take my dog out really quick for like, two seconds and I come back and the Bills were up 10 to 7.
I'm like, What? What happened there? So and now the Chiefs just scored.
I believe it's Travis Kelsey.
That's the second touchdown on the day, man.
So a couple of topics today, I wanted to talk about yesterday's game, obviously, and we're gonna take a deeper dive into the Eagles and the Ravens game a little bit later, because I'm gonna be giving my quarterback grades for both Lamar Jackson and Carson Wentz.
Ah, lot of you guys seem to enjoy the way that I that I made that new grading system for that video about Lamar Jackson that I made not too long ago on YouTube.
And a lot of you guys really like that grading system.
A lot of you guys said you should make more videos like this.
So I figured that the idea is to, um, use the grading system to not only grade Lamar Jackson himself, but I figured, Why don't we grade the two quarterbacks that we're going up against each other in the Ravens and Eagles game? So that means we're gonna be great in Carson Wentz.
We're gonna be grating Lamar Jackson.
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So Mark Ingram suffered a little bit of an injury yesterday, Sunday's game against the Eagles and the last I heard.
Apparently, Harbaugh does expect for Mark Ingram to be fine.
Uh, come Steelers week, Right? So we'll see.
I hope he gets better.
I'm not at all wishing for an injury on Mark Ingram whatsoever because we saw that the running game kind of suffered once he went down.
And we've been talking about it for a while that we wanted to Seymour of Gus Edwards.
We wanted to Seymour of J.
Dobbins, and we got a little bit of a taste of that when Mark Ingram did go down to that injury.
And, uh, basically, I don't I think it was just that the Eagles defensive line was saying, You know what? You're not running this ball in us.
Baltimore, you are going down.
Gus Edwards was getting and this never happens.
Gus Edwards was getting manhandled.
I mean, my goodness, a lot of it could have been the offensive line themselves.
Also getting manhandled.
But that Eagle, Excuse me, that Eagles defensive line was absolutely terrorizing our running backs and our running game.
I mean, Gus Edwards.
I think he averaged less than two yards per carry, which is absolutely unheard off.
You know, if you're a Ravens fan, you you guys know about guts, the bus.
We know what he's capable of doing.
He's a North South power style runner, always falling forward, but not in this game.
He was getting absolutely thrown backwards, and, uh, it was crazy to see.
So, you know, a lot of people were also talking about how Lamar didn't have the greatest game, where which is something that I wanna actually push back on, you know, because we have these high expectations as Ravens fans for the Ravens this season.
We're expecting a Super Bowl, right? That's that's the mindset that I think all Ravens fans came into this season, including myself.
You know, I'm also speaking for myself.
I'm not just gonna say that it's only Ravens fans.
It's also meet, you know, one of the Ravens fans that likes to speak.
A lot of it has a lot of opinions, obviously.
So I think we all expected for this Baltimore Ravens team to come out and look like, absolutely dominant in every game, right, because that's what we saw towards the end of last season.
We went on a 12 game winning streak and we were dominating teams, quite.
To put it quite simply, we were absolutely going out there and nobody could stop us in offense.
The defense was playing amazing, so we were expecting for this team to pick up right where it left off the end of the regular season, right? And the problem with that is that you set yourself up for disappointment because in reality, yes, you can compare this team toe last season because it looks very similar.
Ah, lot of the same.
You know, players are on the same rosters last season, but it's a different year, and that's the thing that I think a lot of people don't get just because one season has some certain results.
That doesn't mean it's going to carry over to the new season right.
This is a brand new Ravens season.
It's not 2019 anymore, and we have to accept that.
So the fact of the matter is, yes, we beat the Eagles.
And yes, it was not an easy game toe win because the Eagles look like they might have came back at the very end there.
But still, this is a brand new season, and we just have to take a game by game.
We have to take a game by game because I think if we just put Super Bowl or bust narratives on this team, we're setting ourselves up for disappointment when in reality we should be enjoying the fact that we're five and one this season.
We should be enjoying that.
We're still winning games pretty handily.
You know, the closest game we've had was the Eagles game, so just think about that.
And that was a road game.
So, you know, a couple years ago before Lamar Jackson, or a few years ago before Lamar Jackson, this was probably a game we wouldn't have end up winning, right? You know, as much as I love Joe Flacco and you guys know that Joe Flacco is my guy, I don't think Flacco would have one.
I think Lamar was the reason that we were able to put up enough points on offense to end up with the wind here.
And I also believe that Lamar Jackson outplayed Carson Wentz, which I'm gonna break down a little bit more later on because I know a lot of Eagles fans feel like Carson Wentz actually played better than Lamar Jackson.
When, in my opinion, in my reality, well, more so because of the grading system.
The reality is that Lamar Jackson actually had a better overall game.
So Lamar Jackson was the reason that our offense could get anything going.
You know, we have all these problems that we don't really have receivers Aside from Hollywood, Brown, Nobody else has really stepped up.
Nobody else has really been that guy.
We want to see more of Devin Duvernay because the few things that we have seen when he's on the field look good.
But Boykin has been a disappointment, you know, and again, I wasn't too high on him when we drafted him.
I told you guys that I'm like, we'll see how it goes.
I'm trying to stay optimistic, but I wasn't huge on on Miles Boykin.
Obviously, you know, you guys know who I wanted.
You guys know who I wanted us to draft, but we don't have to talk about that because he has done nothing in the league, so you never know.
But Miles Boykin has been a disappointment.
It seems like he's always running the wrong routes when he gets like a 50 50 ball opportunity instead of using his size to box out a defender.
Instead, he plays like he's 5 ft, £660.
It seems more like Hollywood is the big bodied receiver, the way he plays compared to Miles Boykin.
And I'm not saying that Hollywood Brown plays physical because he doesn't.
He doesn't play physical at all, but he's more physical than Miles Boykin, and that's saying a lot.
Miles Boykin is like 64 like £210 and the man can't he just gets bullied do.
He doesn't play like a rave in, in my opinion, and I'm not trying to, you know, talk trash about miles Boykin, Uh, because you know I love my guys.
I love to support the Ravens, but come on use your size.
That's one of the most frustrating things.
When I watch a big bodied wide receiver like a Miles Boykin and they don't use that size, they don't be physical.
It's it's frustrating.
It's frustrating for me to watch it.
ISS So you know Lamar doesn't have the best receivers.
The running game wasn't going at all the offensive line.
We know all the problems that have come with that.
So the play calling right from Greg Roman, we all, all all of us, Ravens fans.
We know the problems that this offense has.
If we did not have Lamar Jackson, those problems would be maximized by 10 times.
Do at least Lamar Jackson is.
We need to be more thankful for him.
Then I feel like we take him for granted.
We expect him to have a good game.
It's just every time he steps on the field.
He's expected to play at a certain level because he put that on himself when he won unanimous league M v P in 2019.
So he is expected to be playing at that level and if he doesn't play at that elite, talk to your level.
If he just has, like, an average game or if he just has a good game, then people are still going to say that he played badly because he's not playing like a top tier M V P anymore.
We have to be grateful and we have to realize that Lamar Jackson is basically our entire offense right now.
So that's what I wanted to say, Man.
And I also wanted to talk about, like, the whole expectations for this season, how we need to just take a game by game.
That's the way you know I've.
That's the way I've started to look at it and honestly, like I've been enjoying the games a lot more, you know, like I would be so frustrated with the offense, watching the offense.
And I'm like, Why aren't we scoring? What are we doing? But it's like we like, Why aren't we running the ball right? Why aren't we running? Read option.
Why aren't we doing our pos? That's and while that is a valid point, it's a valid argument.
It feels to me like Greg, Roman and the Ravens offense, they only do that when they know we need to score and especially that happened against the Eagles.
We were up like 17 to for the longest time, and we just stayed complacent.
We started trying out different things and throwing the ball here, and they're trying to see what would work.
And then when the Eagles actually scored a touchdown.
That's when you saw that big 37 47 yard run from Lamar Jackson on the read option.
So the Ravens themselves know what works.
It's not like Greg Roman doesn't know what works.
I'm convinced that they are absolutely experimenting.
They're trying things out in this offense.
They're trying to see what works in the passing game.
And, uh, the problem with that is that if Mark Andrews, Air Hollywood Brown don't get open, there's nobody else is going to get open.
You know Willie Snead has been okay.
Uh, Devin Duvernay.
We already know what he's capable of, but they just don't put him on the field.
So there's There's a bunch of factors, man.
There's a bunch of factors to why this offense hasn't been performing.
But like I said, take a game by game.
Take a day by day.
Just think of this is a brand new season, and I think that, well, you'll enjoy yourself a lot more rather than just thinking we have to win a Super Bowl this year.
We have to win a Super Bowl this year, right? Because then you're just again.
You're setting yourself up for disappointment and setting yourself up for failure.
So another topic I wanted to bring up is that our next game is against the Pittsburgh Steelers, and I got to say that I am so thankful that they actually changed the schedule for our bye week to come ahead of the Steelers game instead of being ahead of the Colts game.
Because if we had to play the Steelers next week, you wouldn't be feeling very good.
You would be thinking, Man, this offense is going to get absolutely demolished by this defense, right? But given that we have a bye week, we have an extra week to prepare for this Pittsburgh Steelers team coming to Baltimore.
I feel good about the game.
I do feel good about the game I you know, and again this is more so.
Opinion based, like the 1st 2030 minutes probably 20 minutes.
They're gonna be opinion based, and then we're going to get into a more ****ytical approach to things.
But I think the Steelers, they're gonna lose against the Titans and maybe I'm wrong again.
I've been wrong before because I've been calling for the Steelers to lose and I've been wrong multiple times and they, you know, they have shown that they are a better team than I've been saying that they are.
But I think that they're gonna lose to the Titans.
I just have a feeling.
I think that Derrick Henry is gonna have a good game.
They just lost Devin Busch.
That's huge for that defense.
The secondary has been questionable.
Now I'm not saying that the run defense, obviously we know what they're capable of.
The defensive line up front, front seven is awesome.
But Devin Busch is a huge loss for the Steelers.
Now, let's not forget about that.
So I'm looking at the Titans.
They're looking good.
I'm thinking that they could beat the Steelers, and, uh, the Steelers are going to start to show signs of weakness in my opinion and say they don't say if they say if they do beat the Titans, then they are better than I thought.
They're much better than I expected, because I do also think that the Titans are a good team.
But if the Steelers come into Baltimore undefeated, it will be no no greater feeling, then to hand them their first defeat in Baltimore.
Now, that's That's pretty much all I wanted to say about the upcoming game.
Why don't we get into my ****ytics based approach here? Cem, quarterback grades Carson Wentz and Lamar Jackson and for migrating system.
Well, hold on before we talk about that.
I just wanted to kind of speak my piece on the Philadelphia Eagles a little bit, man, from what I saw from the Ravens fans perspective, what do we see from the Philadelphia Eagles? I think that the best team in the NFC East, I think that their record is very, um, it doesn't really say who they are.
I think that the Eagles, for all the injuries that they're dealing with their offensive line, is decimated.
They only had their starting center going up against us.
They had no receivers.
All their receivers are injured.
They're dealing with so many injuries on that team and for them to come out and really, you know, give us a game, give us a ball game.
That tells me a lot. And the Cowboys.
I've seen a lot of Cowboys games.
I like watching the Cowboys play because they make games entertaining.
Now, obviously, it sucks that Jack has gone.
That's a whole another topic.
I think the Eagles are better than the Cowboys.
Just from what I've seen, the way that they're playing, if once can continue to play at the level he has because he has this mentality of like f you.
I wanna win this game And he showed us that, you know, yesterday because if it was any other team, I guarantee you it was 24 to 6.
I think it was like, Yeah, I think it was 24 to 6 at the end of the third quarter going into the fourth quarter, man, any other team would have just taken that they would have lied down and they would have said, Yeah, the Ravens are clearly the better team.
Let's just lie down.
Let's get out of this game, you know, and move on to next week, but not the Eagles, not Carson Wentz.
No, Carson Wentz is like, You know what? We have nothing to lose in this game.
Let's let's go out there and let's let's try to win this **** game.
Right? So that was interesting to watch.
I think the Eagles are the best team in the NFC East, but now let's get a little more ****ytical here.
So basing off my grades that I used in the Lamar Jackson video, I wanted to talk about why I believe that Lamar Jackson did.
Outplay Carson Wentz.
Now here are Here is the grading system.
This is just like the basic breakdown here.
Think of it as a school grading system.
9300 is a A 83 89 is a B 70 through 79 is a C 50 through 69 will be a D, and then anything below that will be an F.
So that's the basic.
Let's go into a little more detailed breakdown here, the way this works, the way that again, this is a grading system that I invented.
I don't know if other people use a similar type of system.
I'm sure Pff uses something similar to this, and maybe I just waste my time and I invented a whole grading system for no reason.
But anyway, every quarterback starts off the game with 30 points, right? The way that they're able to raise their grade is plus one point for a first down, plus six for a touchdown, plus two for two point conversion.
It's similar to fantasy points, right, plus one for every 10 yards and plus three for any drive that ends in a field goal.
And another thing that changed is that instead of plus one for accurate dropped passes, I decided to change it to plus one for catchable balls.
So that means if the ball hits the receiver in the hands, I count that as a catchable ball.
Now there's times that it's a little overthrown.
But if it hits you in the hands, in my opinion, you have to make make that catch.
So that's we've changed.
Accurate dropped passes to catchable balls thrown so a quarterback will get one point for every catchable ball thrown.
A quarterback can also lose points minus two for every interception, fumble or safety now this is only if it's if it's the quarterbacks fault, because think of interceptions.
Sometimes they're swatted in the air, or sometimes it's a perfect throw and the receiver just like, throws it up in the air. And then it's picked off.
That's not counted as an interception in my system.
Same thing with forced fumbles.
If it's the quarterbacks fault.
If it's the offensive line's fault, say they don't block for four seconds and they're in the process of releasing the ball, It's kind of like the tuck rule thing, right.
If that's the case, then I don't count it as a fumble.
Safety as well has to be the quarterbacks fault, minus six for every pick six and minus six for every fumble touchdown fumble recovered for a touchdown and finally minus one for inaccurate, incomplete passes.
So if it's an inaccurate past, but it's still cut that still councils appoint.
But if it's inaccurate and it falls to the floor, you lose a point as a quarterback minus two for *** taken after four seconds before four seconds.
It's attributed to either the offensive line or the receivers and finally minus two for dropped interceptions every drop pick will be minus two points.
So that's the way the grading system works.
All that being said, let's get to the actual breakdown here, opening up the note pad here.
So this is just a very basic basic breakdown that I have.
I actually have a full, detailed breakdown of pretty much every single snap of this game and my other note pad.
But this is just for the stream.
I don't wanna overwhelm you guys with too much information here.
So here's why I say that Lamar Jackson outplayed Carson Wentz.
Lamar Jackson was much Mawr consistent throughout the game.
He was much more consistent throughout the game.
Carson Wentz had a phenomenal fourth quarter.
It was incredible, right? I mean, he put up so many points.
He scored three touchdowns.
And, you know, you could argue that he probably should have scored more because there were a lot of dropped passes.
But again, this isn't the n f l.
This is the NFL.
So we just say what happened, and that's the way that we grade using migrating systems.
So in the first quarter, Lamar Jackson totally outplayed Carson Wentz, Lamar Jackson himself again and something I forgot to mention is that we don't account for yards after the catch.
We don't account for penalty yardage we don't account for.
There's other things.
Let me bring it up here.
Sorry, My apologies.
So yards after the catch are not counted in migrating system.
Keep that in mind. Here we go.
So, like I said, yards after the catch penalties, drops and swats at the line and throwaways as well.
So all of those are thrown out.
They don't count.
It's like it's like the play didn't even happen.
That's the way that it works in my grading system.
And again, I'm still, you know, working on this, and I'm obviously willing to change things as we move on.
But yes, so yards after the catch don't count just whatever the quarterback actually throws, even if it's a one yard catch that goes for 99 yards.
Because the receiver himself took it that way.
It doesn't count.
It's only a one yard pass.
That's the way it works.
That's the way the grading system works.
So, Lamar, because this is the way that we boil it down to what is the quarterback actually do himself what did he do himself toe win the game for his team? Okay, so just wanna put that out there.
In the first quarter, he accounted for 38 yards, one touchdown pass, three first downs and two catchable passes that were not completed.
That comes out to a plus 14.
8 to his overall grade.
As for Carson Wentz first quarter, he accounted for 14 yards, two catchable passes that were not completed, one fumble lost and one inaccurate pass.
So that only gives him a plus 0.
4 to his overall grade.
So Lamar Jackson clearly had the better first quarter because Once just could not get anything going so again outplayed him in the first quarter second quarter for Lamar Jackson.
He accounted for 25 yards, two first downs, one field goal drive to catchable passes that we're not complete and one inaccurate pass, so that gives him a plus 8.
5 to his overall.
Great wasn't a great quarter for Lamar, but it was solid.
And as for Carson Wentz, the second quarter again got outplayed by Lauren.
The second quarter here, Carson Wentz accounted for 33 yards, two first downs one field goal drive to catchable balls that were not caught, one sack taken and one dropped interception.
So another thing that I forgot to mention is that implied yards and implied touchdowns are not counted, but quarterbacks are still given a point for the drop.
Okay, because we know we saw whence throw like two touchdown passes that probably should have been caught, But they're not gonna be counted as touchdown passes because they weren't.
You know it doesn't count on the scoreboard.
It's all about the numbers.
What do the numbers say? Right, so but you are starting to see a little bit of, Ah, a little bit of a pattern here.
He already has in the first half, four catchable passes that were dropped for Carson Wentz.
So that does need to be brought up.
But Lamar Jackson had a better second quarter, and overall he had a better game in that in the first half is Lamar Jackson accounted for 63 total yards, one touchdown, five first downs, one field goal drive, four catchable passes that were incomplete and one inaccurate pass, which gives him a plus 23.
3 to his overall grade whereas Carson Wentz in the first half, it wasn't as good.
47 yards, two first downs, one field goal drive, four catchable passes that were incomplete.
So as much as you want to say that once had so many drops and blah, blah, blah, he had the same amount of incomplete catchable passes as Lamar Jackson did.
I just want to put that out there so, you know, granted some of them, you know, we're touchdown passes, but still they go down as a drop or they go down as an incompletion.
So but it still counts as a point for them.
One inaccurate pass. Samos.
Lamar, however, once did take one sack himself that was on him.
He also lost a fumble that was on him, and he had a pick dropped.
So that comes out to plus 6.
7 in the first half versus Lamar Jackson plus 23.3.
So, you know, you can say if certain things would have gone once his way or Carson Wentz his way or the Eagles way, he would have had better grades.
And yeah, you're probably right.
But the fact of the matter is, I mean, I broke.
I broke it down myself, and Lamar Jackson had the better first half.
It's plain and simple, and let's not forget going into halftime.
The Eagles were just not able to put up anything.
They hardly got any yards going until the very end of the second quarter.
So let's move into half after halftime in the third quarter.
Lamar Jackson This? Well, actually, his fourth quarter was his best best quarter there.
But the third quarter was also very solid for Lamar.
77 yards put up one touchdown, four first downs, one catchable pass that was incomplete and two sacks taken.
So you're starting to see Lamar hold onto the ball a little bit.
Aziz Muchas you don't like to see, but he still had a solid third quarter.
As for Carson Wentz, he started to come alive a little bit, but it still isn't until the fourth quarter.
That's when he really woke up.
Carson once put up 48 yards, two first downs and one catchable pass that was incomplete.
That gives him a plus 7.8.
So, again, Lamar Jackson had a better third quarter.
However, the fourth quarter is really where it changed because in the fourth quarter, yes, Lamar Jackson did have his best quarter, Um, in that Eagles game out of all of them.
But Carson Wentz, his fourth quarter, was just phenomenal, right? I mean, he, like I said, he came in and said, Screw you.
We have nothing to lose.
We're going to come in and score points and try to win this game.
So but for Lamar Jackson, he still put up 62 yards to field goal drives in three first downs, which was good enough to get the wind there.
They put up 30 points, so no touchdowns.
But the two field goal drives were key toe winning this game, because if those didn't happen, the Ravens loose.
So Lamar Jackson put his team in a position to win that game, you see, plus 15.
2 to his overall great.
As for Carson Wentz, his fourth quarter, this is really when he just came out and was slinging the ball.
124 yards, three touchdowns to two point conversions.
Five first downs forecast four catchable passes that were incomplete.
That's a lot in one quarter three and accurate passes, though, so let's let's not overlook that, either, and to drop picks.
So you know you can look at those four catchable passes that were incomplete.
But don't ignore the to drop picks, either, because you're you're lying to yourself if you're just ignoring those, right, so you have to take everything into account.
That's the point of the whole grading system.
Regardless, Carson Wentz had, if it had a phenomenal fourth quarter, almost won the **** game for the Eagles.
4 to his overall grade.
And like I said, Lamar only had plus 15.
2, but it was good enough to get the win.
As for Lamar Jackson's overall game, he put up 202 yards total.
Two touchdowns, 12 1st downs, three field goal drives, five catchable passes that were incomplete, one inaccurate pass the whole game.
I only counted one inaccurate pass.
You know everything else I deems catchable.
If you want to break it down yourself, feel free to to *** taken.
So overall, that gives Lamar Jackson a plus 53.
2 to his overall grade, which comes out to an 83.
2, which is a solid B minus.
Almost just to be right now.
Let's look at Carson Wentz overall, Carson Wentz and most of this came in the fourth quarter.
Like I said, 219 yards.
All three came in the fourth quarter to two point conversions.
Again, all in the fourth quarter.
One field goal drive.
Nine first downs.
Nine catchable passes that were incomplete. Nine.
That is a lot, you know, US Ravens fans.
We thought that we had dropped problems.
Nine catchable passes that were incomplete.
For an accurate passes, though, let's not overlook these again.
One sack taken once he got sacked, like, I think, five or six times.
But I only deemed one of those sacks to be on Carson Wentz.
One fumble lost and three drop picks overall.
Overall, that comes out to plus 50.
9 to his overall grade, which, you know, after a stellar fourth quarter that actually gave him a B minus grade because he did put his team in a position to win the game.
He just came up just short So Carson Wentz had a good game.
9 great, which is a B minus.
I mean, considering how bad he played in the first half for him to come out, especially in the fourth quarter.
And Thio, you know, really show some moxie there.
But Lamar Jackson, like I said, had the better overall grade.
So that's the breakdown, man.
That's the reason that I say that Lamar Jackson outplayed Carson Wentz on Sunday because Lamar Jackson was more consistent throughout the game.
He made more plays in order for his team toe win the game.
At least that's the way that I deemed it with my grading system.
So but Carson Wentz, man, he's good.
And like I said, if the Eagles can get fully healthy, I do believe that they are the best team in the NFC East.
So yeah, that Z, I think that's that's gonna go ahead and do it.
Guys, that's pretty much all I wanted to talk about.
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