Packers are falling apart at the end of the half. Don't forget the Ravens get the ball to start the second.
OK, who was asking me about Fackrell being worse than Reggie Gilbert?
Third and 15 with the ball at the 35. Packers can't give up more than 5 or so yards.
Baltimore calls timeout with 3 seconds left. They just set up Tucker for a gimmee.
Tucker from 39 yards and McCarthy calls timeout.
They better figure something out because they have zero going. Williams has been OK running but the Ravens are going to let them do that all game.
Tucker is good from 39 yards. RAVENS 6, PACKERS 0.
I thought early on they had a few more opportunities to run, but from what I saw in the second quarter, the Ravens played single-high coverage on every early down. They are going to keep a safety in the box until the Packers show they can complete passes.
To me, it's just another gimmick. They need to run a competent pro offense and Hundley has to get his act together and trust what he sees.
OK, I'm going to pass off to Michael Cohen. Here you go.
I doubt it. I think he's done for the game.
The Ravens' defense is kind of the inverse of the Bears. Their secondary is really, really good, whereas Chicago's secondary is the weak point. Perhaps that is part of it.
Definitely wind. Cold weather influences distance, but wind can influence distance and direction.
Can you recover what you've never had?
It's been tough on the eyes, that's for sure. But I covered Syracuse football in college. I saw some pretty ugly games.
I would argue he was poor until the second half of the fourth quarter last week.
Groin injury. Questionable to return.
I assumed this would be the plan coming into the game. Surprised me how little they ran the ball early.