Green Bay Packers vs Baltimore Ravens : Baltimore Ravens vs. Green Bay Packers in NFL preseason NFL regular season games are inching closer, but Thursday night, football diehards here in Charm City will have to settle for the Ravens’ second preseason game against the Packers to whet their appetite for the sport.
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After a 28-26 win at Lambeau Field vs. the Houston Texans Thursday, Aug. 8, the Green Bay Packers hit the road to face the Baltimore Ravens in Baltimore on Thursday, Aug. 15. The Packers are looking to start the preseason 2-0 for the fourth consecutive year.
According to Packers.com, Thursday’s matchup will mark only the second preseason game between the Packers and Ravens. The other game took place in Baltimore back in 1996, and the Packers won 17-15.
The second preseason game has arrived for the Baltimore Ravens as they take on the Green Bay Packers. A familiar face will be among the Pack as former Raven Za’Darius Smith signed a four-year/$66 million deal with $20 million guaranteed. We all just may witness Smith get a sack on Lamar Jackson if he plays, or if either of them even see the field.
We’re back for more preseason action as the Baltimore Ravens take on the Green Bay Packers at M&T Bank Stadium. With the starters for both teams expected to play more than last week, we’ll finally get a chance to see how the Ravens match up against another starting team.
In their second preseason game the Green Bay Packers face off against the Baltimore Ravens and here is what you should be keeping your eyes on.
Tonight the Green Bay Packers will be on the road for their second preseason game of 2019, this time against the Baltimore Ravens.
This week’s game will come with a bit more excitement as a majority of the starters for Green Bay are expected to see some playing time, and that includes quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
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Aaron Rodgers is more interested in how the Green Bay Packers’ new offense performs in Thursday’s preseason game against the Ravens than which helmet he’ll wear when he takes the field in Baltimore.
The Packers quarterback must pick new headwear because the model he’s worn since the 2010 season has been banned for this season by the NFL. He said Tuesday that he will decide between two models that he has been testing — one of which is made by a company that he has a financial stake in.