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So what's up, everybody? It's Joe Nouveau alongside Laurence Owen for a beautiful Monday morning.
For me, it's 7 a.m.
And, uh, Lawrence, it's I believe what, like 10. 30.
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So please forgive me.
Uh, something No, I should have.
I probably should have, but oh, well, it's all good.
I'll grind through it.
It's still stuck on one for me, man.
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All right. That's great.
Alright, so let's talk about last night.
Sunday night game.
And then, of course, we can preview a little bit of the Chiefs and Ravens game, which, by the way, fellas, I am going to be doing live commentary on tonight here on SportsCastr on this channel that you see here ed of podcast live and also Oh, and that's it.
That's all you need to hear.
Eso Let's talk about Sunday night's game.
Man, it was a good game.
Packers and Saints Packers ended up coming out on top there, 37 to 30.
Um, I mean, there there's a lot to talk about.
Man, I don't know what your overall thoughts on this game, Lawrence, because I know you, you know, you were We were talking about it quite a bit before before going live here, so well, I mean, I just watched the game like right, we I was literally watching.
The game is we went live so honestly, this game shouldn't have been what it waas uh, Aaron Rodgers had four hours every snap decide where to throw the football.
When when they knew they were when when the Saints knew that they that the Green Bay was going to run the ball, they sent 56 men up on the line of scrimmage to stop the run, which I said that they should do.
But I also said last night with, um, last night, man, I was like, Dude, don't stop, right.
If they Aaron Rodgers pulls back to throw the football, keep going.
Keep going after him.
Don't drop back into coverage.
Got to get pressure on Aaron Rodgers because he's got a cannon and he could wait for if anyone on the field, it doesn't matter.
There in the parking lot gets open.
He could hit him.
All right, You got to get you gotta get to Aaron Rodgers.
And they didn't do that.
And because they did not send enough people the majority of the time, he just sat back.
And then even even if there was one guy that happened to get out, it's Aaron Freaking Rogers.
You know, Magic man.
He could do whatever he wants.
He just scoots around and looks and finds undrafted free agents for 72 yard bombs down the people.
You know that no one, even Alan was hard.
Who's this kid? You know, uh I mean, come on, man.
The Saints frontline is good against the run.
They gotta find a way to dialect pressure, or they're gonna have games like this and what they had last week and what they had in week one all year long, and they shouldn't be like that.
The ST you have blowout winds and they're not able to do that.
Yeah, and I mean, now you're looking at a one and two record as the Saints, and, you know, it's it could be tough later on in the season.
If you guys can't find a way to get these wins, I mean, you look at like, for example, Cam Jordan.
We were talking about this before going live again.
Cam Jordan has kind of been a ghost man.
I mean, doesn't have any sacks this season.
Same thing with Marcus Davenport, who they traded up for.
Mind you, I just want to remind people of that, and they're just not able to get any pressure.
So I totally see what you're getting, but I what you're getting at, but what what I saw.
I thought that the play that pretty much decided the game, and obviously it didn't actually decide the game.
But it was such a huge play for the Packers to take mo mentum.
Was that Taysom Hill fumble? So the question becomes, did Sean Payton screw up by taking Drew Brees off the field and putting Taysom Hill on the field.
I know in the past it has worked for them because Taysom Hill can do amazing things he could, you know, we know what Taysom Hill is capable of.
We've seen it plenty of times, but this time it was just, um you know, it seemed like they were going for the read option type, you know? And for some reason, Taysom Hill just didn't get it back into his body in time.
And then Za'darius Smith shot a to Z.
Former Ravens was able to swipe the ball out and then, you know, just made a play on the ball.
So do you think that Sean Payton screwed up by doing that? Or do you agree with that? And because Taysom Hill in the past has been able to do good things for the Saints.
Well, I mean, like, what? A drive earlier than that Taysom Hill play.
Basically the exact same play tucked it and ran, picked up eight yards right up the middle.
Um, in a situation like that, I think they were tied at that point in time or something.
last, I think, Todd.
And and in that situation, if you have the football in your hand, you cannot let go of the football.
You cannot drop the football.
You gotta be a little bit more secure with it.
So at the last second you've seen that he was gonna tuck and run, he should have tucked it tight.
And he didn't eso that that fumble is on.
Taste them all all by itself.
Yes, he was back again, you know, looking through the read option deciding.
But when he took it, he didn't tuck it tight enough.
And then that swat knock it right out. No problem.
I don't have a problem with the call.
I have a problem with the execution.
So do you think maybe the saints were kind of underrating the fact that they didn't have Davante Adams? So they're like, Oh, who's gonna throw to, you know, Do you think that maybe that's the reason that they kind of let up on the pass rush a little bit or I think so.
Be And and I mean, come on.
When you have Allen was hard with two catches over 50 yards on and hitting him deep.
And it wasn't like, you know, he was running.
And there was a guy near him.
When when Aaron Rodgers do, he was wide open downfield both times, right? So they weren't worried about the deep path without Davante Adams.
And they should have been because Aaron still will find a way to find someone downfield.
You've gotta be worried about You got to get pressure on him.
You've gotta have somebody deep to cover that guy. Absolutely.
Whoever it is, it gets open downfield because somebody would.
Especially when you see Aaron Rodgers playing at the level that he is playing.
He is playing like the Aaron Rodgers that we know in love.
So yeah, definitely, definitely interesting.
So now the Saints are sitting at second place, tied with the Carolina Panthers in their division at one and two.
And the bucks up there, too, And one, You know, Tom, Tom Brady.
Gronke nears, man.
I'm sure Reyes hating to see them win, but they are winning.
So, um yeah, man.
So the saints, they need to figure this out, and they need to figure this out quick.
I don't know when Michael Thomas is coming back.
But I think that Michael Thomas has been a bigger loss for Drew Brees and the Saints office than we expected.
Now, obviously their their offense is still good because they have a beast in Alvin Kamara, who could just break like six tackles or 11 tackles if he wants to, because he's that good.
Um, some people get thio, right? Right.
You guys coming on off the sideline as well trying to tackle him. Yeah.
So they do have weapons, they still have a fence.
Obviously, they have that good offensive line and everything, but But Breeze just doesn't have that guy that he could go to, like in those clutch situations like I need to catch here.
I need to move the chains.
I don't feel like he has that trust in anybody else like he has with the Michael Thomas.
So I'm not sure when he's coming back.
Hopefully, for their sake, he does come back.
But yeah, I did not expect that that Michael Thomas loss would be that huge for the Saints offense.
Man, I gotta be honest.
Well, I don't know.
Emmanuel Sanders finally showed up in that game and that he and and Breeze did throw him a trust ball, that touchdown pass that first that he had.
That was a trust ball because he threw that in a very tight window.
And if if Sanders bobbled it even a little bit or that's a pick six, you know, 100 yards the other way and s So I think that he's really working on Emmanuel Sanders.
At least this game.
He worked on him a little bit to try to gain that trust with him, and I think it may end up working out and it will work out for him in the long run.
If he continues to do that, once they get Michael Thomas back.
But right now, it's kind of they're just working things out and it's not doing very well.
Yeah, dude album Camara Oh my goodness, What a nasty running back in the NFL.
He is earning that $15 million a year that he just signed off.
It doesn't look like it.
It definitely looks like it. For sure.
He is playing shouted to compare a man because he won me my fantasy match up last night.
like I was telling Lawrence.
But what's interesting is that you brought up a swell that both of these quarterbacks pretty much had identical stats.
I mean, you know, without the completion and a 10% obviously, but Aaron Rodgers, 21 of 32 283 yards, three touchdowns.
Drew Brees, 29 of 36.
Lot more attempts there.
288 yards, three touchdowns and zero picks.
So but the difference is that Drew Brees was just, you know, dumping it off and letting camera do the work and all that.
Well, whereas Rogers was out here airing it out, you know, going deep, he's taking shots, man. And you love to see that.
So, um but yeah, I thought both quarterbacks played pretty well.
Um, and I just I feel like they were allowing breeze to, like, just get whatever he wanted underneath because they're like, he's not gonna beat us deep, you know? So I don't know.
Do you think that maybe the game plan would have been better to just take away everything underneath and challenge breeze to throw deep? Would you do that as A as a defensive coordinator.
So you're saying play man, right? Yeah.
I mean, don't let him get anything underneath, right? Just don't throw it to camera without yeah, as long as you can get some kind of pressure on him.
And Green Bay was getting pressure.
So, Yeah, I would do that.
As long as you've got a good front seven that get pressure on breeze.
I would get to him in a heartbeat every time.
Take away the underneath.
I would run four or five under zones.
That's what I would do.
Um, like a cover three.
Maybe, You know, or no a cover one.
Let's let's run a cover.
One scheme that you've got everything up near the line of scrimmage on, you know, covering.
And you just got one guy in the back.
Just kind of, you know, whatever.
You know, roaming around.
Well, Lawrence, anything else to add, or should we move on? Uh, well, let's see here.
Differences of the game sacks and forced fumbles, right? I mean, that's pretty much what it was this game.
If it was, I would say the seven points you could tack that on with that fourth, there was two forced fumbles in this game.
Both of them, um, created by Green Bay on the Saints won on breeze one on.
But they got the one that breeze dropped.
They got back the one Taysom Hill dropped.
They did not get back.
Uh, and it just it seemed like to me, other than that one DeMario Davis sack, it just didn't seem like that.
The Saints were getting much pressure and Green Bay was getting pressure.
And now the Packers, obviously in the lead for the NFC North.
And they're tied with Chicago Bears who are also three.
And Oh, and apparently that means that the Bears air a top five team because that's how it works.
If you're three, you know you're a good team, right? That's what everybody's telling me with the Steelers and, well, that will the bear, they The Bears have one.
They've won three games in a row.
Why are they not a good team way? Because he travels to Chicago.
Okay, that's true.
They gotta face that defense, man.
It's Nick Foles.
Uh, but yeah, we'll see.
No, I'm just I'm being an ******* because everybody is telling me the Steelers air this amazing top three team because they're three, you know? And they've won games.
That's all that matters.
So same thing for the Bears there.
Three, You know, they've won games.
That's all that matters anyway.
S O okay, why don't we move on to this Chiefs Ravens? There was multiple uh uh, teams last year that we're going undefeated throughout the season and they hadn't played anybody like I don't know. New England.
There was another team that did the same situation where they went and hadn't played anybody and was getting beat at the end as well.
Let's let's talk about like, Dallas.
Dallas was getting a lot of, but they weren't beating anyone that had good records, right? E, They started off three and Noah's well last season, and it was like teams like the Giants, Washington and the Dolphins.
But yeah, it's okay.
I mean, that's that's what we're basing teams off of now.
There, You know, that's what makes the top three team.
You just have to win.
Okay, fair enough Anyway, alright, Chiefs Ravens.
I know everybody is looking forward to this.
If you're a football fan.
Obviously, for me, it's stressful.
Men. It's It's a lot of emotions. I'm excited.
There's there's a My hair is on the line, every single game.
My hair is on the line.
But you know what? I kind of want to cut it, man.
It's getting It's getting too long.
Eso We'll see how it goes, men.
But if you so you might be upset if they go undefeated this season and you end up looking like, Yeah, I'm gonna have my hair all the way down my back then.
But anyway, so All right.
So things to look out for for this game, man.
Uh, the Chiefs, I've said it multiple times have the second most missed tackles in the league on Lee to the New York Jets, who have missed 40 tackles.
Well, now that they played the Colts, I'm sure they missed a lot more.
So, um, but yeah, Before the games happened, the Chiefs were second in the league and miss tackles with 29.
Now the Ravens have a trio of running backs.
See, the thing is, I'm sure that they were preparing for Lamar Jackson.
How do we stop Lamar Jackson? We got to contain Lamar Jackson.
We can't allow them to break off big runs.
We can't allow him to throw two tight ends.
Brad, we can't allow that to happen.
So if you're keying in on that, that's fine.
Because guess what we have.
Mark Ingram. We have J.
K. Dobbins and when we have guts the bus Edwards.
So I think they are the key.
We have to hand the ball off like I've been saying, Don't try to go toe to toe with Patrick Mahomes.
Don't try toe out. Throw Patrick Mahomes.
They can't stop the run and I see success for the Ravens.
But how do you feel about this game, Lawrence? Honestly, I think the game plan against Andy Reid this game would be do something he would not expect at all.
And you know, the Chiefs, when they know that you're going to run the football, they could stop the run.
That's the problem.
Okay, I've seen it where you know, they'll have, like I mean, that's what they did in the playoffs, right? Yeah, they if they know you're going to run the football, and that's your game plan.
They can, uh, they'll bring guys up and force you to try to go somewhere else.
What I would do is being the Ravens.
I know everyone knows that the Ravens is gonna try to run the football, whether it's with a running back.
Whether it's with Lamar Jackson, it doesn't matter.
You know they're going to try.
So run the little quit, uh, read options you throw to the running backs all the time.
That way, you know, you take, you take the ball off to the running back, the running back gets behind the defense of line and then just dump it off to him real fast.
You don't even have to run the ball.
Not one time you would have to run the football because just dump it off every time.
It's basically a run, but instead, But instead, you're taking off beyond the line of scrimmage rather than in front of them.
Yeah, I don't hate that idea.
You know what I was actually thinking and hoping I'm hoping that we see a lot more screens.
I've been calling for this for the longest time, man, because we're starting to see it implemented into this system, which I love to see.
You saw, like, maybe one in week one and maybe one or two last week.
So you're starting to see a lot more screens be implemented.
So what? I'm hoping since we don't run that many screens, maybe we start just going screen crazy because the Chiefs aren't expecting it because they're like, Where did this come from? We haven't seen any tape on it.
I would love to see that be the game plan, because get the pressure off of Lamar.
And then that's when we could just pound them into submission with our running game.
Um, that Zatz what I would do sure outside of Andrews.
Name a wide receiver or another tied end that you trust to catch the ball and block.
Um, I would say Willie Snead is pretty reliable.
Miles Boykin could be reliable.
Nick Boyle On occasion, we have guys menace.
I know they're not like household names or anything, but they are all willing to block and they can come and clutch like on third downs when we need to move the chains.
So Okay, well, that's what I was asking because it's like me.
Yeah, I'm like Wally Cox, you know, Right? You know, that was well before he broke out last week and then had another good game yesterday.
Sure, in screen games you need wide receivers and tight ends that could get out there in the open field and blocked guys so that whoever is catching the screen can break out.
So But at the same time, if that screen is not there, they gotta be able to move into a position where they could be relied upon to catch the football.
So because, I mean, there's multiple times when ah, quarterback steps back in that screen and looks over whoever you know, it gets snuffed out, you know, you see it and you could see it right before you throw the football.
You could stop and then dump it.
You know, past where the defenders air trying to get to the screenplay.
Yeah, I remember we had this, uh, this play last year.
I think it was against the cardinals that we did like a fake bubble screen where Hollywood Brown went outside and then Lamar pump faked it, brought it back in through deep to Mark Andrews.
So if we could see stuff like that happened, I would love to see that.
Um, yeah, we gotta get creative men, but we don't gotta get too cute. That's my thing.
I want us to get creative, but don't try toe freaking out, Gunma homes, because it's not gonna happen.
It's just not gonna happen.
So no, they think they think trick plays, screens and fake screens.
Those are Those are basic NFL college plays, you know? But it's not something that you see every day with the Ravens, which would catch teams off guard, especially Andy Reid, who you know is going to try to stop your own game. Exactly.
So that that's the reason I'm saying it because there's not a lot of screenplays on tape for the Ravens.
So I hope that we can implement a lot of those, Uh, but yeah, man, I think that this matchup is really going to be the Chiefs offense versus the Ravens defense.
That's what I'm really looking forward to to see because I'm not expect.
Obviously, I'm not expecting to stop the Chiefs.
Let's just throw that out there.
That's not happening, but we've seen the Chiefs start off slow in games we've seen them to get, you know, it takes a little while for them to get going.
I had a chief sky on my channel the other day that he was telling me that the first quarter for them is usually them feeling out.
They have scripted plays they want to see, like how the defense is playing them.
So if that's the case, we got to capitalize in the first quarter.
We gotta score quick.
You know, every time we have the ball from the first drive on, we got to score.
That's that's what we gotta do.
Um, and sometimes you'll see an explosion of offense in the second quarter from the Chiefs, where they score four touchdowns in fourth place.
Right? We can't let that happen.
So, but then there's times like against the Chargers, where they just don't score touchdown to the fourth quarter now.
Obviously, they ended up winning that game, but, um so there's multiple things that you could do here, but I definitely think that the Ravens need to come out hot.
They need to come out on fire and they need to score touchdowns.
We cannot settle for field goals and we just need one play from the defense, man.
Just one extra possession.
Just like we saw in the Packers Saints game last night, Man, just one play made the difference.
In my opinion, it was that fun forced fumble on Taysom Hill.
If we could do something like that against Patrick Mahomes that the Chiefs offense and get one extra possession and score off of that possession, I like the Ravens to win tonight, Man, What was the first two games that you guys played so against? The Chiefs know against Baltimore.
Or this this year, Eso We played the Browns week 1 38 to 6 and then the Texans and the Texans.
Okay, So, uh, between the Browns, who have an incredible receiving corps and the Texans who I believe have a good passing attack, Sure given up only 210 yards passing.
All right, which is really, really good, I think.
Let's see, that puts you what, uh, currently you are fifth in the NFL in pass defense.
All which isn't bad.
Amazingly, Washington is above you.
Really? Well, we'll see.
So but it's 210.
Uh, you're facing who many would consider and without any kind of without much, uh, pushback from anyone in the NFL who covers the NFL.
The best passing attack in the NFL.
Right, So But you have a good pass defense.
Where do you think you need to hold Kansas City, too? What kind? What do you think you need to do against their past game? In order for your team to win, uh, like, step statistic wise, maybe Like, ideally, you wouldn't want Patrick Mahomes to throw for over 300 yards, because then he's having a good day on.
I don't even think he has this season so far.
So there's that, but yeah.
I mean, we have the good secondary men.
Obviously, the tavon young loss hurts because we're gonna have to worry about the slot.
Now we're gonna have to worry about either Michael Hardman or whoever they want to throw in.
There s o that that sucks, But we'll see.
We'll see how it goes.
But yeah, this basically I want to see our defense be able to keep them.
If we can keep them under 30.
I think We have a good shot because we put up over 30 points in each of our two games here, and usually the offense is able to put up about 30 points.
So if we can keep the Chiefs under 30 like to 28 I think we have a pretty good chance to win this game, man, because let's be honest.
I mean this chief's defense, it's not amazing, right? It's not phenomenally great now.
Like you said, they have a good coaching and everything, and if they know you're gonna run, they can stop the run, right.
But if we throw them off, I think we have a pretty good chance of being able to put a points there.
So, yeah, I would say got to keep him under 30 at least to be successful.
Now, if you have to just stop one player.
Now I understand that Kansas City has a ton of players that that Mahomes can throw to you.
If you can stop one player and say you're not getting a single catch this game, who would it be? Man? See, it's hard because I think the two main weapons you think about that pop into your mind or either.
Travis Kelsey, your Tyreek Hill.
Obviously, you wanna be able to stop one of them, but I don't think you can stop both of them.
Tyreek Hill has burnt us, man.
In the first game that we played against the Chiefs in Arrowhead in Lamar's rookie season, they needed 1/4 down prayer from Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill and they got it, um, as they usually do.
So I might say Tyreek Hill, because he's probably not gonna hurt you, like throughout the game.
But there's just that one play that happens with one play per game from my homes to Tyree kill that is just deadly, and it turns out to be like a 70 yard touchdown every single time.
So I would like to not see that happen.
So I might say Tyreek Hill, and we might just have to accept that Travis Kelsey is gonna tear us up over the middle.
But, you know, we do have good linebackers now.
They've been playing extremely well, young linebackers.
I'm what I'm guessing will happen is they're gonna put Jimmy Smith on Travis Kelsey.
Jimmy Smith is a bigger, more physical corner.
I think he's ableto, you know, match up pretty well.
Now Travis Kelsey is probably still going to get his get his numbers and everything.
But if you can at least minimize that and then of course, you also have to worry about Sammy Watkins.
You have to worry about Michael Hardman.
You have to worry about C e.
H coming out of the backfield.
That's also something that terrifies me.
So I mean, yeah, it's really pick your poison.
What are you going to stop in this Chiefs offense, man? You know, it's like I always compared to stopping leaks coming out from the wall.
You know, you're like, 00 again, I can't do it.
So yeah, that's how I feel about it.
I would say from what I've noticed is that this Chiefs offense if you could get pressure on the homes, you gotta be able to get You've gotten really be physical right off the snap, right at the line of scrimmage with these receivers, especially Travis Kelsey.
Kelsey hates he does not do well when he has when he's being physical.
At the line of scrimmage he used to 56 years ago, he was really good at at being okay with getting out of there and getting back in his line.
But now it seems like he shot his away with just a From about just about any contact out there, you get shaken up a little bit a little bit.
So if you've got somebody who could be incredibly physical with him right from the jump, right as the ball is snapped, you know, in that two yard line where you're allowed to have contact before it becomes, you know, defense holding or passing her parents.
Uh, that's that's how you handle Travis skills.
Well, that's the good thing about the Ravens, man, is that I think we have probably the most physical corners in football.
I mean, Marlon Humphrey is super physical.
Marcus Peters, You know how he is.
And Jamie Smith can also be pretty physical.
So yeah, like I said, if you put Jimmy Smith on Travis Kelsey all game, just have him roam around with him.
I think there could be success.
I don't know what the plan is for, Like Tyreek Hill and Sammy Watkins would, I would guess, probably.
Marlon Humphrey will take the Tyreek Hill because Marlon Humphrey is a track guy.
I know he's like a bigger, more physical corner.
But he also has some speed to him.
Um, and probably just double double bracket Tyreek Hill with Sean Elliott back there and Humphrey probably stick Marcus Peters on Sammy Watkins, I would imagine.
Um, and you know, we'll just have to trust Jimmy Smith on Travis Kelsey on then this flock could be a problem.
It could absolutely be a problem because we don't have table on Young.
We're gonna have to rely on Anthony Everett, who I don't like, But, hey, well, you know, I'm trusting him.
We'll see how he does.
And, yeah, it's a problem.
It really is a problem, but But we'll see.
This matchup reminds me so much of the two thousands matchups between the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots.
Okay, uh, where the Colts were, that finesse fast downfield team with top receivers Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Dallas Clark running back who could run it well and catch out of the backfield with Edgerrin James and and then, of course, a fantastic quarterback, very similar to how the Kansas City Chiefs is built.
Obviously, Mahomes has a little bit more mobility than what Peyton Manning had.
But then, but then the Patriots.
We're just a very harsh physical defense, and they gave the colt fits for years until they were able to figure it out.
And and the Ravens have that harsh physical defense and you gotta play to your strength and really do it.
Like what I was saying.
You've got to get up there and you just gotta be physical with these receivers and and make them afraid to catch the ball.
Make them afraid you could do that.
Then I think you have a very serious shot at beating these, like not just beating like really beating them.
Yeah, see, that's that's what I think, too.
But I don't want to say that there's a good chance we could beat them like by a pretty good score, because then everybody's like what the Chiefs are Super Bowl champions.
They're the best team in the league.
You're being a biased Ravens fan, so I'm just not allowed to have those opinions.
But I mean, if we play our game well, I think I really do feel confident going into this game and because I feel more confident than I did last year.
I feel more confident than I did the year before in Lamar's Ricky season. Andi.
Those games ended up being pretty close.
So we're in Baltimore this time.
Third time's the charm.
Like I said, So I don't know, man.
I think that it's all I wish the fans could be in the stands, man, because, uh, that would be such a huge for this game.
But unfortunately, it's not gonna happen.
So, um, this game could end up being I mean, I expect one or the other team toe win by 10 or more. E.
I don't expect this to be a close game, but it could be either team.
Uh, if your team Saul's early offensively, which it has been known to go through spurts where you're like, you haven't seen him for a quarter or two, you know you're if that happens, Kansas City jumps out to a lead that takes you completely out of your game plan. Come from that.
That means that means you got Jackson back and want to throw the football every down, trying to play catch up, and you do not want that.
If that happens, Kansas City wins by 10 or more.
If if you play physical and are able to get Mahomes out of his out of his rhythm, get their receivers out of their rhythm and able to methodically moved a football down the field and eat clock offensively, then you can win by 10 or more.
So it just depends upon whose game plan is executed better than the other team's game plan.
Yeah, I agree, and I'm not too concerned about our offense versus their defense.
Like I said, I think that I like the match up there, so I think that we should be able to put up a good amount of points.
But can the defense make a play? That's really what it's all about.
Can they make a stop, a clutch stop when they need it? Can they make a turn over when they need it when we need an extra possession? If the defense can do that, I see the Ravens winning this game.
Um, so, Lawrence, what's your score prediction, man? You want to give a score prediction or what? Uh huh.
That's the school but it's It's a coin flip on who gets it.
Could be either to.
Okay, fair enough, either team.
See, I have a little closer game. I have 33.
30. We'll say 33. 30.
Ravens win this one, and we'll say Justin Tucker kicks a game winning field goal.
Just so Harrison Bucker knows who the best kicker in the league is so he could get put in his place.
Um, all right, so yeah, man, I can't wait for the game tonight.
I'm super excited.
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Well, I think we, uh, talked about pretty much everything we wanted to today.
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Are you guys doing something later today? Yeah, we have.
We have Ah, Monday night football.
Well, yeah, you were supposed to, but you won't be here tonight because you're doing play by play.
But yeah, I think me, Ray and maybe Keith, I think.
Doing like a pregame thing, E, but I can't remember.
It's hard for me to understand.
Which ones, Adam, I know who's who.
Which one is gonna be there on which day? Because they're do with us.
And, yeah, that's true, both being here, So Yep.
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So All right, fellas, we're gonna go ahead and get out of here.
I don't know how I'm going to stop this, because it's still stuck on one for me.
Um, maybe if I just press cancel, it'll stop.
I don't know, But if you Yeah, If you end, it will.
But, um, I just I just wanna plug.
Hey, I also I've got my, uh I got my podcast postgame thing tonight.
Do you have a postgame wins your post game for tonight's game, E? I don't know.
Uh, well, I was just gonna do it, like, all in one.
I was gonna do the live commentary and then post game right then and there.
Okay, So that's how you're going. Yeah.
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