Baltimore Ravens vs Miami Dolphins live streaming Free Online NFL Week 01 Sunday 08 September 2019, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida, United States, Time 01:00 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and and Online.
The Baltimore Ravens travel to Miami to take on the Dolphins on Sunday in the opener for both teams. Thes teams played each other in five straight seasons from 2013-17, with the Ravens taking four of those five games. They last played in Baltimore on 2017, with Ravens winning in a romp, 40-0.
Baltimore hopes for a repeat against a Dolphins squad that is looking towards 2020. On Sunday, Miami dealt away linebacker Kiko Alonso to New Orleans for linebacker Vince Biegel, who had become a part-time player in coach Brian Flores’ new scheme. On Saturday, they made a monster deal, trading left tackle Laremy Tunstill, WR Kenny Stills, a 2020 fourth-rounder and a 2021 sixth-round pick to Houston for a 2020 first-round pick, a 2021 first-round pick, a 2021 second-rounder, tackle Julien Davenport and cornerback Johnson Badermosi.
The Ravens were not quite as busy as they hope to get back to the playoffs under the guidance of second-year quarterback Lamar Jackson.
The Baltimore Ravens went 10-6 last season and to their first playoff appearance since 2014. Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson was inserted at midseason for an injured Joe Flacco and the team basically went old school option offense. Jackson did throw for 1,201 yards with six TDs and three picks in 170 attempts, but he ran for 695 yards on 147 attempts. Jackson’s ability to run the ball allowed Gus Edwards, a 240-pound rookie, to rush for 718 yards with two TDs.
The only thing hotter than the Miami weather on Sunday, will be the Baltimore Ravens. Ravens fans want to see the passing game get going. Lamar Jackson and Greg Roman after all, are starting an entirely new offense. That being said, I think the Ravens stick in their comfort zone and dominate the game with their run game. The Ravens may not break records with their rushing attack in this game, yet it’s certainly possible. Put me down for a Ravens win. They are the better team and they have no excuse in this one.
Here are a few things that I think will happen in this game. Ryan Fitzpatrick will have a rough day for the Dolphins. He may connect on a few deep passes. He may even make the game interesting in the beginning. The Dolphins problems protecting him are going to make his day miserable.
The Ravens are expected to have a great defense. Their secondary should be able to flex their muscles in this game. The Dolphins receiving talent is quite average. This is one of the bigger mismatches you will ever see on a football field.
There’s no way to dress this game up and make it look like a heavy weight clash. The Dolphins are one of the worst teams in football. They’re buckling in for a long year. The trajectories of these teams couldn’t be more different. The Ravens have a chance to be a playoff team. The Dolphins don’t.
The offense should be a little more pass-heavy this season under new offensive coordinator Greg Roman. The Ravens drafted Marquise “Hollywood” Brown from Oklahoma in the first round and Miles Boykin from Notre Dame in the third to improve their speed. Considering their lack of success over the years at drafting this position (Breshad Perriman the latest), this was a bit of a gamble. Last season, they relied on slow receiver Willie Snead (62 catches for 5651 yards) and tight end Mark Andrews (34 for 552 yards). Both are b back along with second-year tight end Hayden Hurst and blocking tight end Nick Boyle.
Baltimore finished second in the NFL in rushing (152.6ypg) and fourth against the run (82.9ypg). They had the league’s number on defense but those numbers could falter some since they lost linebacker C.J. Mosley and their top pass rushers (Terrell Suggs and Za’Darius Smith). The lost 16 combined sacks between those three players. The loss of Mosley could impact the run defense and they didn’t really replace Smith and Suggs at outside linebacker. They’ll need OLB Matthew Judon (7.0 sacks) and Tyus Bowser (former second-round pick) to step up. Fourth-year inside linebacker Patrick Onwuasor (5.5 sacks) has immense potential, while Kenny Young and Chris Board could rotate at the other spot.