What went wrong for the Ravens on Sunday?
The Ravens weren’t the only ones who had a rough Sunday.
Of the 40 or so prognosticators at the bar this week, only four had the Patriots winning. Plenty of confidence in the old Balmer team, and you have to respect that, I guess.
Didn’t work out though.
No one correctly predicted a 27-21 Pats win (Never More gets one drink chip for the right score, but the wrong winner).
The closest -- and therefore the winner of the free bar tab this week -- was JTK, who had New England to win, 27-17. Congrats, I suppose.
Since I have never lied to you before (at least that you know of), I have to come clean today. I didn’t watch much of the Ravens game, not enough to be analytical anyway. You see, I have this pesky day job watching another professional sports team in Baltimore.
Yes, there is one.
So I basically know what happened on Sunday in New England -- I know about Jared Gaither and Mark Clayton‘s drop and the referees' spots. But I don’t know the big picture stuff. Like, specifically, what ultimately cost them the game.
That’s where you come in. It’s time for you to be the analyst (you guys do it in here every week anyway). What did you think went wrong on Sunday?
Was it the game plan? Was it the execution of a particular facet? Or did they just run into a good team that was more desperate to win?
Daily Think Special: What went wrong for the Ravens on Sunday?