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With all the hype the Baltimore Ravens get over their elite defense https://www.carolinapanthersfanshop.com/Torrey-Smith-Jersey , their offense goes almost unnoticed. Coordinated by Marty Mornhinweg, the Ravens offense ranks ninth in total yards per game and fifteenth in points per game. It’s not otherworldly by any means, but when you have one of the league’s best defenses, it doesn’t have to be. The main reason for their success has been the revitalized passing game. During the 2018 offseason, general manager Ozzie Newsome prioritized rebuilding the Ravens corps of pass catchers, and rebuild he did. He signed wide receivers Michael Crabtree, John Brown, and Willie Snead, all of whom have received at least seven targets per game this season. He also invested draft picks in tight ends Hayden Hurst and Mark Andrews, the latter of which has caught a pass in every game this season. In all, it adds up to a passing offense that ranks ninth in passing yards per game and seventh in passing game DVOA. The running game hasn’t been so successful. Running backs Alex Collins and Javorius Allen are averaging just 3.27 yards per carry, though they have punched in seven touchdowns. The Ravens call their offense with a keen awareness to their lack of running prowess Dontari Poe Color Rush Jersey , as they pass the ball on 62% of their offensive plays. However, there is one facet of their run game that needs to be discussed as a key to the game, what do you know, here are those keys:Prepare for the zone read in the red zone. The Ravens like to trot out rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson in the red zone while splitting Joe Flacco out wide. While Flacco couldn’t show any less interest in these plays, they have generated some success for the Ravens ground attack. Jackson is averaging 5.2 yards per tote on his 20 carries and has scored one touchdown. The Panthers defense should have plenty of practice defending these types of plays in practice with Cam Newton across the line of scrimmage, so they should be able to limit the Ravens success on these plays. Don’t let John Brown free down the field. In his first season with the Ravens, Brown is on pace for over 1,200 receiving yards while averaging over 20 air yards per target. The Panthers have proven susceptible to deep passes at times this season, and Brown is one of the premier deep targets in the NFL right now. Get an interception or two off Joe Flacco. Since his Super Bowl run in 2012, the Ravens quarterback has built a reputation on questionable decision making and sporadic accuracy. The interceptions haven’t come as often this year, but the potential for defenses to capitalize on mistakes is still there. Flacco is the eighth most aggressive quarterback in the league this year when it comes to throwing into tight windows, meaning he’s throwing to covered receivers often. On top of that Jarius Wright Jersey , among quarterbacks who have started all their team’s games this season, only Sam Darnold and Blake Bortles have a larger negative discrepancy between their expected and actual completion percentage, according to NFL’s next gen stats. He’s throwing into tight windows and he’s missing throws. The defense needs to make plays on those balls to set up the offense. With the Panthers offense facing arguably their toughest test this season, the defense will need to play a part in setting the offense up for success. The Ravens weak ground game shouldn’t be a problem for the Panthers improving run defense, but the passing game could pose some problems. If the Panthers can pressure Flacco into mistakes, it’ll go a long way towards a Panthers second straight win. Maybe the Saints loss two weeks ago to the Cowboys has knocked the shine off the Saints a bit? Otherwise I don’t understand why the spread it’s larger given the Panthers five game losing streak. The Panthers have lost even more in a row to the Saints...something like a nineteen in a row. Okay I’m exaggerating, I really don’t even want to know how many it’s been. I know we swept them in 2015 and maybe we’ve beat them once since? The Saints are favored by 6.5 points and the over/under is 50.5.So I took the Saints at -6.5. The line hasn’t moved all week so the betting must be fairly even. Please note the Panthers are 0-5 against the spread as well during their losing streak. Nothing about Monday Night Football makes me confident the Panthers will play well tonight. If I was going to bet the over/under I would take the under. I can see the offense stinking it up.On my bright side I’m still alive with the first two picks of my three team parlay. I took the Texans -7 and it was a push. My second pick was E. Michigan +3 versus whoever the hell they were playing. E. Mich lost by two. Sweet! I have to give props to The Linebacker’s weekly free picks though, because that is obviously not a game I would normally bet on. I would gladly trade the $120 for a Panthers win tonight. If not a Panthers win, then lose by seven damn it!Amazingly even a loss tonight would not eliminate the Panthers but like I said before the week 14 games, stick a fork in these guys if they lose their sixth straight game to fall to 6-8. On the flip side if they win out they have a real chance of grabbing the sixth and final playoff spot. Assuming the Panthers beat the Saints twice and the falcons they then only need for the Bears to beat the Vikings and the Eagles to beat Washington in Week 17. Both teams are at home. The Bears have clinched so they might not have much to play for. The Eagles and Washington on the other hand will treat it like a playoff game even though both could go home. So if the Panthers lose tonight is it the beginning of the Ron Rivera farewell tour?