Ravens-Buccaneers picks from Baltimore Sun staff and WJZ's Mark Viviano

  • Offensive coordinator Cam Cameron gets a huge from his son, Danny, 14, while son Chris, 12, looks on.
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November 25, 2010|By Baltimore Sun Staff

Kevin Cowherd: Ravens 27, Buccaneers 6.

Buccaneers are the surprise team of the NFL. I'll be surprised if they're still in the game by halftime.

Jamison Hensley: Ravens 33, Buccaneers 20.

Tampa Bay has one of the NFL's worst run defenses. Run, Ray Rice, run.

Edward Lee: Ravens 27, Buccaneers 23.

The Buccaneers have been underestimated all season en route to an impressive 7-3 mark. But they have yet to beat a team with a winning record, and I don't think that will start Sunday.

Ken Murray: Ravens 24, Buccaneers 16.

Tampa comes north for a late November game and leaves with no more than a chill.

Mike Preston: Ravens 21, Buccaneers 14.

Bucs haven't beaten a team with winning record all season, and they won't beat the Ravens either.

Peter Schmuck: Ravens 27, Buccaneers 13.

The Bucs are one of the surprise teams of the NFL, but the Ravens aren't going to be surprised on their home turf.

WJZ's Mark Viviano: Ravens 23, Buccaneers 20.

Bucs will be thrown off by a sellout crowd. They're unfamiliar with it -- even at home.

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