Entering Sunday Night Football, the New England Patriots own a perfect 8-0 record. This weekend, the 5-2 Baltimore Ravens will take a stab at ending the Patriots’ bid at a perfect season.
The Patriots have been under scrutiny about their undefeated record. Yes, New England does not have a loss this season but their quality of opponents hasn’t exactly been great.
New England defeated the Buffalo Bills and the Cleveland Browns were supposed to be legit but have failed expectations. Overall, it’s been a relatively easy schedule for the Patriots up until this point.
Online bookmaker SportsBetting has the Ravens +3 on the Spread.
Baltimore should be well prepared for New England as they are coming off their bye week. Looking at the Ravens’ two losses, they were outscored by the Kansas City Chiefs and Cleveland Browns. What does that say about the legitimacy of the Ravens?
This is a game where both teams need to flex their muscles and prove to the league they are legit.
Baltimore fans may be a tad concerned entering this game. The Ravens are ranked 16th in the NFL. That is better than half of the league, but the Patriots also own the best offense in the league. It will be an interesting clash of talent between Brady and company when they square off against the Baltimore defense.
The Ravens own the second-best offense in the NFL. If they can go to the distance against New England’s number one ranked defense, you have to consider the Ravens legit.
Brady and Bill Belichick are always prepared, but the Ravens are also coming off their bye week.
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