Three things that could go wrong vs. Panthers

November 17, 2010|By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun

1. Another slow start by the Ravens. In four of their five road games this season, the Ravens have been shut out in the first quarter. The Ravens can't let a beat-up Panthers team hang around.

2. Panthers have success on the ground. The Ravens have talked repeatedly how their biggest concern is Carolina's running backs. The only viable way the Panthers can score Sunday is with Jonathan Stewart and Mike Goodson.

3. Ravens overlook the one-win Panthers. The Ravens have a stellar record against teams with losing records (they're 14-1 in the John Harbaugh era). But the Ravens needed overtime to overcome sloppy play and beat the winless Buffalo Bills a month ago.

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