In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman discussed the win against the Patriots, the amazing atmosphere at M&T Bank Stadium and in honor of Matt Judon's "Taco Bell" line, which restaurant built his own body:
Former Ravens running back Jamal Lewis discussed being back in Baltimore for the Patriots game and whether teams will be able to figure out how to slow down the Ravens' dominant rushing attack:
Navy offensive lineman and Frederick County native David Forney joined GCR to discuss the Mids' 7-1 start, moving into the top-25 polls this week and their showdown with Notre Dame after the bye:
Former Ravens and Pro Bowl NFL quarterback Derek Anderson discussed whether Bill Belichick and the Patriots may have held anything back against the Ravens and what it would take for a team to beat the Ravens while their offense is playing this well:
Author Andrea Chamblee discussed the book "The Capital of Basketball," which she finished after her husband John McNamara was murdered in the Annapolis Capital mass shooting:
WLW Cincinnati host and former NFL linebacker Rocky Boiman discussed the Week 10 matchup with the Bengals including what we can expect from Ryan Finley in his first start:
Ravens fullback and defensive lineman Patrick Ricard discussed the team's hot play of late and channeling their inner Bill Belichick in being "on to Cincinnati:"
FiveThirtyEight.com writer Michael Salfino discussed his story about the "blueprint" for beating Lamar Jackson and why it is so strange that no one this season has tried the defensive strategy the Chargers used successfully in the playoffs:
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