By the end of the season, the Ravens will have finished with more than 2,000 yards of offense and a league-leading 31 touchdowns, and have gone 5-0.
I’m not going to lie: The offense has been dominant, but it’s not quite what you would call dominant.
Injuries have limited them to a pair of quarterbacks who have been at least somewhat effective (Kirk Cousins and Josh McCown) and a pair who haven’t been (Mike Wallace and Jacoby Brissett).
And with three games left, the offense is only averaging 28.7 points per game.
Even though it has struggled on the field, the defense has been outstanding.
The defense has held opponents to 21.7 yards per carry, the lowest mark in the NFL since 2011, and is second in points allowed per game at 3.5 per game, third in total defense at 29.4 points per contest and tied for sixth in yards allowed per play at 3,032.
There have been a few hiccups along the way, but this is still the team with the most winning seasons in the history of the NFL.
As far as how to watch them play, it’s important to understand the different stages of the game.
The Ravens have been playing with an almost perfect blend of speed, power and power.
That means they have to make sure that they use the speed to their advantage when the offense doesn’t have the time to react.
If you’ve ever been in a situation where you are at the end zone, and you have the ball at your feet, you know what I mean.
It’s an incredible feeling.
The speed is what you have to go with.
It just comes naturally for you.
The ball is in your hands.
You’re not thinking about how to get rid of the ball.
You have to think about what you’re doing with the ball, what you can do with it, what it can do for you offensively.
That’s what we’re doing right now.
That was an unbelievable feeling to watch.
When you’re down in the red zone, you’re trying to find ways to create an opportunity for the defense to score.
That gives you an advantage and it gives you the confidence to go out there and play with that.
When you go up there and score, the next thing you want to do is try to take that opportunity and make a play.
That confidence comes from having that speed and the power.
It can be overwhelming for some people, but if you put those things together and get it going, you can really dominate.
And, in terms of offense, the offensive line is so good that it allows the defense a chance to have a lot of time to get out of their own way and do its job.
It gives the offense a chance at the ball in the air.
That is where they can really do a lot.
That’s why the defense, when you look at it from an offensive perspective, has been one of the best in the league.
The way the offense operates and the way the defense does its job allows them to really do their job.
They don’t need to be in front of the line of scrimmage all the time.
That allows the offensive linemen to move around and the defensive linemen to stay in front.
That creates a lot more room for the quarterback to operate, and that allows the offense to have some freedom.
The quarterback is free to make whatever decision he wants to make, and the defense is free for him to make the same decision.
That makes for a very, very, good offense and it also makes for very, not great defense.
You’ve got to look at the schedule, and this is a great opportunity to go into a season with a win.
We’ll go into this season with five of our next six games coming against the top teams in the AFC East.
We’ve got New England, we’ve got Baltimore, we’re coming off a very impressive win over the Ravens.
We know we have a good chance to do it.
We know that we have an excellent opportunity to win our division and win our conference.
But we also know that there are a lot teams that we can beat and there are two or three teams that can go into our division that we should be able to beat, too.
So, we want to go to a good team in the division, but we’re not looking for a first-round bye.
We want to be able for ourselves to go in there and take advantage of what we have going for us right now, and we’re going to go do it with an advantage.
I just want to give credit to the defense.
The players have done an outstanding job of playing hard, playing the game the right way, not taking any risks, playing with their head down.
It is what it is. It’s not