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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Nov. 19-23, 2018

November 24, 2018
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

CBS analyst and former Bills All-Pro receiver Steve Tasker discussed what he saw from Lamar Jackson's first start and how he'd handle the Ravens' quarterback controversy: 



Sports Illustrated writer and "Astroball" author Ben Reiter discussed what Mike Elias and Sig Mejdal will bring to the Orioles and why this rebuilding effort will be more difficult than Houston's: 



Conor Orr of Sports Illustrated and The MMQB discussed why statistically he believes the Ravens are better off keeping Jackson under center even when Joe Flacco is healthy: 



Towson football coach Rob Ambrose discussed getting back to the FCS playoffs and the Tigers' first-round matchup against Duquesne: 



Ravens color analyst and former linebacker Jarret Johnson discussed what the quarterback controversy could do to the locker room and whether Gus Edwards should remain the primary running back: 



Raiders color analyst and former All-Pro tackle Lincoln Kennedy discussed whether there's any way Oakland could be a threat in Baltimore Nov. 25: 



For more, visit GlennClarkRadio.com and follow him on Twitter at @GlennClarkRadio .