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Glenn Clark Radio Week In Review: Dec. 31, 2018-Jan. 4, 2019

January 5, 2019
In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.

NFL Network reporter Randy Moss discussed being in Baltimore for the win against the Browns and how the wide-open nature of the AFC playoffs makes the Ravens legitimate contenders: 



MASN analyst and former Ravens offensive lineman Wally Williams discussed the Ravens' AFC North-clinching win against the Browns and whether the Chargers will benefit from having seen the Ravens' run attack before:

 
Legendary former Ravens running back Jamal Lewis discussed the team's incredible run to the AFC North title and what they're capable of accomplishing in the postseason: 



ESPN analyst and former Super Bowl champion defensive tackle Booger McFarland discussed why he thinks Lamar Jackson needs to be better than what we've seen so far moving forward: 



CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson discussed working the Ravens-Chargers broadcast with Jim Nantz and Tony Romo Jan. 6 in what will be the fourth Ravens game the crew has worked since Lamar Jackson took over: 



Westwood One analyst, former offensive tackle and Hall of Fame finalist Tony Boselli discussed Ravens-Chargers, including the positive and negative impacts Philip Rivers' pursuit of a first career Super Bowl could have: 



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