I'm just interested in seeing what you guys would do or what you think Miami would do against this team. Maybe we can revisit post-game to see who gets it close. ___________ On offense: I think these quick passes will be key early to tire out those pass rushers. Tanny has gotten better in not having passes batted down, so he'll have to be spot on this game as well. Miami seems to lack a good screen game, but I hope it starts to come to form. Screens are important. Not sure Ajayi is one to use on these. Maybe Drake or Williams. Tanny needs to really keep his head on a swivel this game and continue to use his feet. While it's nice having BA and Tunsil back, I'm becoming more suspect with Albert's ability to block really good pass rushers, but I guess he's better than our backups. Hope he agrees to take a pay cut and move over because we have a Porsche 918 Spyder to his right that's waiting to be driven around the Nürburgring. I'm anxious to see how much Drake is used this game and if he can make an impact not only on STs, but also on offense. IF Caroo gets some good looks, I wonder if he'll take away some throws from Marquis Gray. I can see him being used on similar routes. I mentioned in another thread that he kind of reminds me of Enunwa from the Jets. Would be nice to have a weapon like that. I do hate that Parker is gone. Hope he gets well soon. But it may be a good thing because Miami may not get a lot of time to throw. He seems to have the ability to break tackles. Dion Sims needs to get back to blocking better. He missed a couple last game. I can see him becoming more of a weapon in the passing game in the red zone. Big dude with good hands. I'm surprised he hasn't been used more. Maybe he was starting to catch on until the concussion, then it put him behind a little? While everyone seems to be talking about the Raven defense, they are failing to mention the Miami offense. If BA and Tunsil can connect, I think they can open holes just big enough for Jay. Ajayi looked a little off last week, so he's primed for another good week like from a few weeks ago. Tanny is playing sound football, yet he's getting overlooked. I think he has to continue to play this well here on out for people to finally jump in his corner. His passes, even downfield, have been really crisp and accurate. On Defense: I actually think Miami has the advantage here. Maybe it's just me. Flacco can get you some first downs with his legs if he has to, but he's no Kaepernick. I can see 3+ sacks in this game. The key will be if Wake or someone else can get a strip sack and recovery. It seems as though this might be a close one, so any advantage must be taken advantage of. I don't know much else about their offense other than Mike Wallace is there. Not sure he's really worth mentioning. On STs: Waste of a HUGE return by Drake last week. This certainly cannot happen EVER again. Darr has been super, and there's nothing bad I can really say about the coverage guys. Also, apparently Darr enjoys holding Franks' balls. I'm not sure that Grant should be on punt returns. Yes, he's a rook, but it has happened one too many times for my liking. Keep Landry back there. Landry has the ability to break one, and maybe he does it again this year? It's not ideal because of his importance on offense, but it may have to be the case from here on out. ___________ While the Ravens have a typical Ravens D, I don't think Miami is coming to a gun fight with a knife. I'm suspect about the middle-to-right side of the line, but Tanny has been solid in avoiding pressure. He has to continue this. I think it will be fun to watch. And I hope they can come out firing. I'm tiring of these slow starts. I think over this six game stretch, Miami is leading the league in fourth quarter scoring. That's actually really nice, but I'd also like some first quarter scoring as well. I want Miami to jump on these guys and continue swinging until their arms feel like rubber. They may need it in a hostile environment. Winning THIS GAME will go a long way in how this team continues for the rest of the season. They really have to have a "win or go home" mindset for this game. Because if they don't win, they may be fighting that much harder just to make it into the postseason.