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6 bold predictions for Ravens’ Week 13 matchup vs. Broncos

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The Baltimore Ravens will play the Denver Broncos in Week 13 against the Denver Broncos. Both teams will be looking to add another win to their record, with Baltimore entering the competition 8-4 and Denver looking to improve their record to 4-8.

Quarterbacks Lamar Jackson and Russell Wilson will face each other for the first time since 2019, with both defenses looking to stop their rivalry. Baltimore has phenomenal run defense and Denver boasts elite pass defense.

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Below, we take a look at six bold predictions for the Baltimore Ravens Week 13 game against the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium.

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QB Lamar Jackson throws four touchdowns

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(AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

That might be about as bold as it gets, considering the Broncos have the top five passers in the NFL. However, Jackson has an explosive game ahead of him, and it looks like the perfect comeback game.

— Kevin Oestreicher

TE Isaiah Probable step up

(AP Photo/Stu Milne)

He was most likely able to contribute during his 2022 rookie as a pass catcher as well as improve his skills as a blocker. In Week 13, Probable had a great five receptions for 50 yards.

— Steve Rudden

WR DeSean Jackson catches first touchdown as Raven

Mandatory Credit: Douglas Defelis-USA TODAY Sports

Jackson was moved from the practice roster to the active roster on Sunday against the Broncos. He catches his first touchdown as a Raven after connecting with Lamar Jackson on a 62-yard pass in Week 12.

RB Gus Edwards averages over 8.0 yards per carry

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Edwards is back on track after returning from an ACL tear in 2021. He’s had an amazing day and can get past the Broncos’ solid defense by running 130 yards with 15 carries and adding two touchdowns.

— Steve Rudden

OLB Odafe Oweh has 2+ sacks

(AP Photo/Emily Chinn)

In 2022, Ove didn’t feature as often in the points as expected, with just one sack a year. He rises in week 13, showing off his talents against Denver’s battered offensive line.

— Kevin Oestreicher

ILB Patrick Queen continues to dominate

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The last few months of the 2022 season, Queen have played very well. He continues to dominate playing alongside fellow ILB Roquan Smith with a total of two sacks, two tackles for a loss and a forced fumble.

The story originally appeared on Ravens Wire.



Source: sports.yahoo.com

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