Broncos vs. Ravens: Week Three Madden Simulation
By Tylor Walden
The second quarter started with the first score of the game. Keenum handed it off to the undrafted gem in Phillip Lindsay. He would drag Terrell Suggs and get himself into the end zone for the first touchdown of the game.
While Lindsay did not get a lot going on the ground, he did play a key role on the scoreboard. As you will see on the next Broncos possession. Baltimore still could not get anything going on offense and were forced to punt the football.
Thanks to Case Keenum’s arm and his legs, the Broncos got back into the red zone. That is where Phillip Lindsay provided the spark on offense again as he records his first multi-touchdown game of his young career.
The touchdown would give the Broncos a 14-0 lead. With the Ravens offense struggling, their next drive was going to be key if they had any chance of staying in the game. But the Broncos defense on this day was reminiscent of that 2015 squad that was just crushing on all aspects.
Denver’s defense would give the ball back to the offense. The Broncos mustered up one more drive, but had to settle for three with time winding down in the half. Denver would take a 17-0 lead into halftime.
Broncos 17 Ravens 0