The Minnesota Vikings dropped to 3-4 on the season with a home loss to the Dallas Cowboys last week. You know things aren’t going well when you can’t even beat Cooper Rush at home in primetime. After a strong start to the season, Kirk Cousins looks pretty mediocre again, something we’re used to seeing. The secondary and defense overall put up a poor effort and only allowed 20 points. The offense can’t get anything going when it’s that easy to defend the passing game led by Cousins.
The Ravens are coming off their bye week after a blowout loss to division rival Cincinnati Bengals. An extra week of rest to prepare for a cupcake game at home against the Vikings is just what Baltimore needs. The Ravens are in good health and will look to get back into the race for the best record in the AFC.
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