Denver Broncos: Three things to look for against Ravens
The Denver Broncos will have their first real test of the season when they match up against the 2-1 Baltimore Ravens.
For those in Broncos Country that have complained about the team’s schedule thus far, well, you’re in luck.
The Broncos will play the Baltimore Ravens at home on Sunday. The Lamar Jackson-led Ravens are coming off an emotional win where Justin Tucker hit an NFL record 66-yard field goal to win it at the buzzer.
While I think the Broncos are much better than the Ravens, winning this game will be tougher than the first three games.
Like the Denver Broncos, the Baltimore Ravens are battling quite a few injuries. They have a completely new backfield as both JK Dobbins and Gus Edwards are out for the year.
Their beast of a left tackle, Ronnie Stanley will also be out for Sunday.
Lamar Jackson also hasn’t been that great throwing the ball this year.
Even against the lowly Detroit Lions, he could only manage a 51.6% completion percentage.
On the year, he’s thrown three touchdowns to three interceptions, for a passer rating of 86.4.
The Broncos’ secondary is suffocating, and they should be able to have their way with Lamar and his right arm.