vmax Posted November 25, 2015 Share Posted November 25, 2015 The TV networks and NFL will probably drop the Sunday Night games as the Ravens Bandwagon empties out.Doesn't bother me a bit. It's real hard going to a game Sunday night and then going to work early Monday morning. Same for Thursday nights. f you have plans to watch the Ravens on "Sunday Night Football" in December, maybe make sure you have a backup.Barring a dramatic turnaround in Baltimore and total collapses elsewhere, the Ravens aren't likely to be a serious player in the AFC postseason picture over the final six weeks of this season. That might knock them out of two primetime games at M&T Bank Stadium.The Ravens (3-7) are scheduled to host the Seattle Seahawks (5-5) Dec. 13 and the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4) Dec. 27. Both games are scheduled 8:30 p.m. kickoffs.The NFL -- in consultation with CBS, FOX and NBC -- can flex games out of that Sunday night slot this time of year to ensure "quality matchups on Sunday night" and give "surprise teams a chance to play their way onto primetime." http://www.carrollcountytimes.com/bal-ravens-nfl-flex-scheduling-20151124-story.html But it is a sign of how low they have sunk.That and the Browns being favorites to win Sunday....which is logical. Now...who knows?....our Ravens just might have some surprises in store.They've upset the apple cart before. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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