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Starting the season off with a loss is never a good thing. The New York Jets played against the Ravens on Monday, and ended up falling to the powerful team’s offensive lineup in their inaugural game. Though it was a crushing defeat to lose the first game in their new stadium, if any team can recover, it would be the Jets. Baseball scores.

Things started off quite poorly for the New York team, who hyped up their first game. The theory that the quiet guy wins the fight certainly proved true in this case. The Baltimore Ravens attacked them with everything they had, taking the game in a stunning fashion. It ended in a very tight 10-9. They held New York to 176 yards, six first downs, allowed Mark Sanchez just 74 yards passing and kept Rex Ryan’s crew out of the end zone. Basketball scores.

The Ravens seem to have done everything right. They passed, tackled, blocked, attacked and defended with passion. The Baltimore started off their season on the right foot, and the players are looking quite solid for the rest of the season. If they handled themselves so well against the powerful Jets, what will they do to lesser teams from around the nation?  It will indeed be exciting to see.

Anquan Boldin, Baltimore’s main offseason acquisition, ended up gaining 65 yards on two passes against New York’s Kyle Wilson.  It was an impressive breakout performance for Boldin. His seven receptions overall for 110 yards made the kind of impact the Ravens had hoped for. This was merely one player. The entire team played on this level, and really slammed the New York team back to harsh reality. NFL scores.

The rest of the season is looking bright for these two teams. Though the Jets will need to tighten things up, they have time to get their game straight. The Panthers will continue dominating, as they have a powerful collection of remarkable players that look hungry for a shrewd season. Be sure and follow it all at

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