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LIVE (NFL)**Green Bay Packers vs Baltimore Ravens Live Stream Preseason 2019

LIVE (NFL)**Green Bay Packers vs Baltimore Ravens Live Stream Preseason 2019

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LIVE (NFL)**Green Bay Packers vs Baltimore Ravens Live Stream Preseason 2019

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BALTIMORE — NFL regular season games are inching closer, but Thursday night, football diehards here in Charm City will have to settle for the Ravens’ second preseason game against the Packers to whet their appetite for the sport.

Here’s all you need to know for the matchup...

What: Packers vs. Ravens in Week 2 of the NFL preseason

Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland

When: Thursday, 7:30 p.m. ET

TV: WBAL Ch. 11 (Baltimore), WJLA (Washington, D.C.), WGAL (York/Lancaster/Harrisburg, PA), WFXR (Roanoke, VA), WWCW (Roanoke, VA), WUPV (Richmond, VA), WTVZ (Norfolk, VA) & WMDT (Delmarva area)

Announcers: Gerry Sandusky (PBP) - Brian Billick (analyst) - Evan Washburn (sideline)

Local Radio: WBAL (1090 AM) & 98Rock (97.9 FM)

Forecast: 81 degrees, potential for scattered thunderstorms, 6 MPH winds to the Southeast

Betting line: Baltimore (-4)

Over/under: 37 (via Oddsshark)

Storylines

1) Staying sharp

Quarterback Lamar Jackson and most of the Ravens’ starters on offense played through the first quarter of the team’s preseason-opening win over the Jaguars last week. Jackson completed 4 of 6 passes for 59 yards and a touchdown, while Baltimore scored 10 points during his three drives on the field. Coach John Harbaugh indicated this week that Jackson will see a similar workload Thursday night, which would afford the Ravens’ offensive players another chance to jell and show off their individual skills against an opponent in a game setting. Baltimore won’t run complicated offensive schemes, but it’s worth watching whether Jackson and his receivers can remain on the same page with the Packers in town.

2) Battling it out

Undrafted rookie Patrick Mekari entered the competition at left guard this week when he and Jermaine Eluemunor rotated in with the first-team offense. Meanwhile, the Ravens kept evaluating battles for roster spots and playing time at wide receiver, running back and outside linebacker during their past few practices. The Ravens must trim their roster from 91 players to 53 by Aug. 31, and during Thursday’s game, several players will try to bolster their chances of making the team.

3) Streak at stake

The Ravens have won 14 consecutive preseason games, and Harbaugh isn’t laughing at anyone who pokes fun at the streak of exhibition triumphs. No, the Ravens don’t game plan for preseason games or keep their best players for longer than other teams, Harbaugh said, but they do take pride in winning. So they’ll try to keep one of the NFL’s longest streaks alive Thursday night, and it might be tough to do so. The Packers plan to play quarterback Aaron Rodgers and their starters for about a quarter, according to coach Matt LaFleur.

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