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49ers v Ravens: Will the Ravens claim victory over the 49ers today?

By Robert Gibson Telegraph Local- See my Blog

Significant rain and great wind slams through M&T stadium. Two of the hardest hitting on the Offensive line. Mark Ingram along with Lamar Jackson for Baltimore are first in rushing. The 49ers three-headed monsters Tevin Coleman, Matt Breida, and Raheem Mostert has San Francisco a strong second in rushing yards.

The games was predicted to be extremely close and a complete running juggernaut. Although 49ers running back tied it at 14 with a outstanding Garapol handoff to Raheem Moster, the big decision of the 1st quarter was when Shanahan chose to go deep on 4th and 2. Garapoolo connected with Deebo Samuel and gave the 49ers early momentum.

The weather conditions came into play and forced the 49ers to fumble by Chuck Clark on a sack. The Ravens capitalized phenomenally, tieing it up early. More mistakes like this can create beautiful momentum shifts for Baltimore to continue to capitalize on.

The game is as close as many have predicted, but the rushing yards could be what tells the tale.

The secret star of this game could be Lamar Jackson who practiced before this game with a wet football to better be equipped for these rainy conditions.

Robert Gibson
I possessed the desire for knowledge since Renaissance Charter School, where I was nominated School President and second runner up Valedictorian. I went on to attend W B Saul High School of Ag Sciences where I've grown an attachment to wildlife and everything the love of nature. I attended the FFA Chapter where I participated in Wildlife research contests and finished Top 10. In my finest hour I begin to realize that I harbored a talent to express myself Literately. Thanks to my English teacher I was able to enter into a Young Voices contest that was being represented by the American Poetry Review. Few chosen students of many High Schools in the Philadelphia area competed to obtain a publication of their poetry in a designated section of the 2009 July - August version. I and a few other chosen students had managed to win a place among very little chosen poets. I knew from that moment it was my own chosen destiny to specialize in the field of Publication. I enrolled into Community College of Philadelphia Honors Program. After two years I transferred to Shippensburg University under field of English Literature. I became an expected Father and decided to finish my Degree online at Ashford University under a more specific publication: Journalism. I became a Full-time Blogger and never looked back ever since.
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