After four straight losses, Mink and Garrett talk about the Ravens' biggest problems, try to explain what's wrong with the offense and generally just wallow in the dark, dingy Lounge. Grab a pumpkin beer and settle in ... unless you're driving. Then don't do that.
The smartest guy on the team (maybe The Lounge) stops by to discuss why he risks his brain playing football, what kind of math stuff he's working on (in layman's terms) and why he's incredibly frugal. And he and Mink geek out on board games a little.
After a third straight loss, Mink and Garrett look back on their playoff predictions and debate whether they should be modified. Plus, the guys spar over the play of Joe Flacco and how much injuries are to blame for the latest loss.
Juice tells the story of how he lost his job after his first practice in pads. Now he wants to go to the Pro Bowl (even in Orlando?). The fullback is considered a dinosaur in today's NFL, so Juice tells Mink and Garrett what kind of dino he would be.
The guys dig into the offense and what they expect to change under new coordinator Marty Mornhinweg. Plus, they tell the story of when Harbs hopped in Mink's car when he was lost in a parking garage.
One game didn't decide Trestman's fate, but Sunday's loss highlighted larger issues and it was clear the offense needed a fresh start with a new coordinator.
The Ravens' breakout defensive player talks about his dream hit on Tom Brady, Warren Sapp's disrespectful comment and his on-field swagger. Oh, and Mink's knock knock jokes bring out the team's best laugh.
After a deflating loss to the Oakland Raiders, the guys discuss Joe Flacco, whether they're buying the run game and what they think needs to change going forward. Plus Downing tries to paint Mink as a Redskins fan.
The former Steeler opens up about handling the highs and lows of his career and fitting in with his new Ravens teammates. Plus, he shares why he had to squash beef with Lardarius Webb and his humorous take on Steve Smith Sr. and Joe Flacco.
The Ravens are 3-0, but they've faced opponents who are a combined 1-8. So just how legit is Baltimore? A look at what's going right and what's still wrong. Plus, Ratboy becomes the first non-player guest to join the podcast, and he's actually not that bad.