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Texans RB Duo Trending in Different Directions

Houston Texans running back Carlos Hyde has served as a far greater fantasy option over the course of the first half of the season, but Duke Johnson has been coming … Continue Reading Texans RB Duo Trending in Different Directions

Raven’s Flock Week 14: AFC top teams face off in Buffalo

The Raven’s added another win to total of an eight game win streak with the most recent victim being the San Francisco 49ers. But it wasn’t easy. Sam Koch had his busiest game in a while, where the 49ers forcing the Ravens to punt twice with a strong defensive game throughout. They held the Baltimore high powered offense to its fewest points this season and even caused Lamar Jackson to fumble. It was a true test for the Raven’s resiliency as they were faced with true controversy to overcome. With the score tied entering the fourth quarter both teams failed to convert fourth down conversions. The ravens had another fourth down opportunity with six minutes remaining in the game, Harbaugh knew it was make or break time for the Ravens. Baltimore has found great success with a 75% conversion rate on fourth down. With a strong run from Jackson the Ravens continued the game winning drive. The Ravens called on the most accurate kicker in NFL history, Justin Tucker, for a game winning field goal from 49 yards out. And now here we are, with the Ravens on top of the AFC at 10-2 and are away from Baltimore to take on the 9-3 Buffalo Bills.

Minnesota Vikings Week 14 Preview: Can Adam Thielen Return the Vikings to Their Winning Ways?

Vikings Fans are left a little heart broken after the week 13 match up with the Seahawks. It was a well fought out game, but in the end, Seattle came out with the Victory. These teams always put up an exciting game against each other, but Seattle seems to always pull out the win. Minnesota hasn’t beaten them since November 22nd, 2009, so over 10 years ago. This was a game the Vikings could have won, and should have won. Their offense was creating plays and wearing down Seattle’s defense, but I can’t say the same for Minnesota’s Defense.

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