Matt Jergensen   

Ravens Analyst

Matt is a lifelong Maryland resident and graduate of both Calvert Hall and Towson University. For over five years he worked as the senior site editor for Ravens Gab, now renamed Baltimore Gridiron Report, providing commentary and analysis. He’s also written articles for Ravens 24 x 7, now Russell Street Report and has appeared on the sports debate site, Fan vs. Fan. Matt currently lives in Bel Air, just minutes away from his job teaching high school history and economics for Harford County Public Schools.

 

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Dime Coverage: Pre-Season #2 – Ravens vs. Cowboys

It’s Week two in fake football. The objectives are fairly simple, stay healthy, compile more information to select your final roster, and don’t get anyone hurt before these games actually count in a few weeks. (You can discuss this on … Continue reading

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Dime Coverage: Pre-Season #1 – Ravens vs. 49ers

Football is back! Even though I will admittedly have one eye squarely on the Birds and Jays tonight as the orange and black pursue the pennant there is still plenty to get excited about with tonight’s exhibition “clash” between brothers. … Continue reading

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Ravens 2014 Positional Preview: Secondary

We hear constantly how today’s NFL is a “passing league”. Which means that there is a premium placed on being able to defend the air attack of the opposition. Do the Ravens have enough to keep opposing teams from going … Continue reading

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Ravens 2014 Positional Preview: Offensive Line

Last season the Ravens Offensive Line was bad. How bad? So bad that they ranked last in the league in average rushing yards per carry. So bad that they were tied for fourth worst in the NFL in sacks (48). … Continue reading

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Ravens 2014 Positional Preview: Receivers / Tight Ends

On paper there appears to be plenty of weapons for Joe Flacco in 2014 with perhaps the most talented ever assembled at the respective receiver positions. Of course translating expectations to the field is always part of the challenge of … Continue reading

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Ravens 2014 Positional Preview: Linebackers

Linebacker has often been a position of strength in Baltimore and this season appears to be no different. One could make the argument that this may be the most talented unit on the team.  (You can discuss this on the … Continue reading

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Ravens 2014 Positional Preview: Running Backs

One of the positions that still appears shrouded in uncertainty is the Baltimore backfield. It seems a bit strange considering just two seasons ago the Ravens had what many would have considered a strong one-two punch from that position on … Continue reading

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Ravens 2014 Positional Preview: Defensive Line

The defensive line was one of the top priorities over a year ago for the Ravens brass to attempt to fix. Overall the changes up front worked to a degree as Baltimore ranked 12th Defensively overall and were 9th against … Continue reading

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Ravens 2014 Positional Preview : Quarterback

Only six days left before the first mandatory Mini-Camp and that means Training Camp isn’t that far off. So it’s time once again to take a look at the what the Ravens will be bringing to the table in an … Continue reading

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Five Questions Entering Ravens OTAs

The Ravens hit the practice field last Wednesday as they began several Organized Team Activities that will span over the several weeks. Ravens Nation, Training Camp is a little more than a month away. So here are a few key … Continue reading

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