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What critics expect in the game Giant Crows

What critics expect in the game Giant Crows

The crows are an almost unanimous choice to defeat the giants

When the Ravens’ schedule for this season becomes official, you’ll likely place a “W” next to Sunday’s road game against the New York Giants. It’s understandable, considering that G-Men have finished with a winning record only once (2016) in the past nine seasons.

However, it has become clear that this year’s team is not the same as that of the old giants. At 4-1, the Giants already had an aggregate win last season, and a massive win over the Green Bay Packers in London saw them rebound by 14 points.

Giants first-year coach Brian Dabol instilled a winning culture; Former Ravens defensive coordinator Wink Martindale transformed the defense into a top 10 unit; The revamped Saquon Barkley is on his way to dash for more than 1,800 yards and averages 5.5 yards per carry.

As such, Ravens-Giants is one of the most anticipated matches of Week 6.

Despite the giants’ surprising start, the visiting Ravens (3-2) are the six-point favorites, and most experts (40 of 43) we’ve looked at are expecting the North Asian leaders to leave MetLife Stadium with a win.

Here’s a sample of what critics have to say about the game:

The attack led by Lamar Jackson against Martindale’s lightning defenseMakes a convincing match.

Matt Federim from Fanside: “Martindale winked against Lamar Jackson. That would be great stuff. Baltimore better be ready for every attack imaginable.”

The Baltimore Sun Childs Walker: “[Jackson’s] Performing against pressure – he punished the kidnappers better than any midfielder in the league for his first three weeks – would be a central plot against a giants defense called up by former Ravens coordinator Don ‘Wink’ Martindale. To no one’s surprise, the Giants jumped from 16th in the league at a lightning rate last season to number one with Martindale at the controls. They don’t simply count on sending in extra men after the quarterback; They have a talented front led by Dexter Lawrence (three sacks, eight quarterback strokes) and outside quarterback Auchan Siemens. … For all their talent up front, the Giants ranked 24th in passing defense efficiency, according to Football Outsiders, as a result of their struggles covering their tight ends and No. 1 receivers. It’s time to attack them in the middle of the field.”

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