Ravens-Raiders Predictions

ExtremeRavens .comCorrespondent IOctober 24, 2008

Here we go… the ExtremeRavens staff picks for the Raiders-Ravens game this weekend at M&T Bank Stadium…

John: Ravens 35, Raiders 9.  Ravens have won 4 out of 5 against the Raiders. And out of those 5 games Oakland has averaged 9 points a game.

Spen: Ravens 20, Raiders 17.  The Ravens start strong but allow the Raiders back in the game. A long, time-consuming drive and Matt Stover field goal seal the game for the Ravens.

Danielle: Ravens 17, Raiders 10 (or 6).  It could be an ugly game. It could be a nail-bitter. It will probably be both.

Ken: Raiders 17, Ravens 14.  In over their heads in trash talk, the Ravens become the second consecutive victim to a game-winning Raiders’ field goal.

Andrew: Ravens 28, Raiders 6. The Ravens show the Raiders that the bad boys of the East are more dominant than the bad boys of the West. The Ravens will shut down the Raiders run game early, and then turn up the pressure on JaMarcus Russell, while Joe Flacco will manage the game well enough to win the battle of the 6′6″ quarterbacks.

Dan: Ravens 26, Raiders 9.  Offensively, the Raiders don’t have anything that should worry the Ravens. Joe Flacco is given some room to work and shows up…

Have your say, what do you see coming this weekend?

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