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    Upset! A Ravens Postmortem

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    So that’s that. Despite the fanfare, hype, projections, eye-popping numbers, yards gained and touchdowns scored, the top-seeded Ravens lasted exactly one game and two weeks longer than their AFC North counterparts, losing in ugly, disjointed fashion to the plodding, methodical, sixth-seeded Tennessee Titans and mammoth running back Derrick Henry (why isn’t this guy promoted as…

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    Speaking of which…

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    Not much to report in the AFC North this week. As the last AFC North team in action, the Ravens are producing news of a sort, but let’s be honest – how many human interest stories does the public really need to see?  We know all about Ravens’ QB Lamar Jackson’s humble, grassroots beginnings.  We…

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    GoNavyBeatArmy PRESENTS: NFC LEAST – New HC Edition

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    The NFC Least along with it’s current title of the worst division in pro football has added another title – the Division with the most Coaching changes in the NFL 2020. In the NFL in 2020 there was a low of only 5 Head Coaching changes – the NFCE had 3 of the 5. The…

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    Speaking of which…

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    The season just kind of came and went, didn’t it? Speaking as a doom-and-gloom prognosticator, I was surprised by the AFC North’s final standings.  At season’s outset, the Ravens were considered an ascending but developmentally raw 8-8, 9-7-ish team.  Even with some notable free agent defections, the Steelers were the sentimental favorites to reclaim the…

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    AFC North: Week 17 Speculation

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    It’s Week 17!  The REAL season is about to begin. I’m refraining from calling this a “prediction” piece this season. Predictions indicate one firmly believes something will happen and isn’t afraid to stand behind that judgment. In the NFL, nothing is certain except Roger Goodell’s poor judgment. That said, I’ll offer some form of prognostication,…

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