Ravens 27, Broncos 24
Only because the Ravens are at home. And they're desperate. And they might have Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs back. And a three-game losing streak would cause The Castle to implode.
- Suggs says that he'll be game-time decision Sunday
- Joe Flacco acknowledges that he has to stop fumbling
- Ngata says he hasn't been fined by NFL for hit on RG3
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Broncos 30, Ravens 17
The Broncos are 0-5 all time against the Ravens in Baltimore, but the Ravens are reeling, and a change from Cam Cameron to Jim Caldwell at offensive coordinator isn't the end-all solution. Peyton Manning will fortify his candidacy to be named the NFL's Most Valuable Player.
Broncos 28, Ravens 17
The only Manning the Ravens can probably defeat at this point is Archie, the father of Peyton and Eli. If it rains, the Ravens have a chance.
Broncos 31, Ravens 20
If Kirk Cousins can do what he did in a pinch on Sunday at FedEx Field, you have to believe that Peyton Manning will be able to pick apart the Ravens secondary. Even with a new offensive coordinator to juice things up, the Ravens offense is going to have trouble keeping up.
Broncos 34, Ravens 24
Their nemesis, Peyton Manning, couldn't be coming to town at a worse possible time. The Ravens will play a solid game, but too much Peyton.
Broncos 27, Ravens 13
Injury-riddled defense is unable to stop perfect storm of Peyton Manning and a big, athletic receiving tandem as Ravens lose third consecutive game and first to the Broncos at home in franchise history.
Broncos 27, Ravens 20
Cam Cameron's dismissal will provide a temporary jolt to the Ravens' offense, but after the defense allowed Charlie Batch and Kirk Cousins to lead game-winning drives, it's scary to think what Peyton Manning could do to it.