Glenn Clark Radio Week in Review: September 26-30, 2022


In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are some highlights to check out.

Ravens linebacker Brandon Copeland (Gilman) discussed his debut with the hometown team and recording a sack against the Patriots:

Sports Illustrated NFL writer Clark Judge explained what we’ve learned so far over the NFL season and who is the best quarterback in the league right now:

ESPN analyst and former Ravens defensive end Chris Canty discussed what he saw of the Ravens against the Patriots (he called the game for ESPN Radio) and why he thinks Lamar Jackson is the best quarterback- football back right now:

Yahoo! NFL sportswriter Charles McDonald (McDonogh) explained how Jackson has upped his game yet again this season:

Navy quarterback Tai Lavatai discussed the Mids’ win at East Carolina and is preparing for a big showdown at the Air Force on Oct. 1:

Ravens Hall of Fame and Broadcast Team analyst Rod Woodson discussed his recent episode of “A Football Life” on NFL Network and the Ravens’ defensive issues so far:

Maryland Football Radio color analyst and former wide receiver Steve Suter explained why he doesn’t think the Terrapins’ hard-fought loss to Michigan is enough to prove they’ve taken the next step, but they do. have the opportunity over the next four weeks to:

CBS NFL play-by-play voice Ian Eagle discussed the Week 4 Bills-Ravens game he’s calling and why calling Jackson’s games is like calling NBA games with LeBron James , Kobe Bryant or Michael Jordan over the years:

Bills color analyst and former offensive lineman Eric Wood discussed the Buffalo-Baltimore game, the Bills’ exhausted secondary, how the weather could impact the game, and his thoughts as a former player on the injury of Tua Tagovailoa:

Stevenson’s football coach Ed Hottle reflected on the team’s 4-0 start, breaking into the national top 25 and a big showdown with Delaware Valley on October 1:

Bills linebacker Tyler Matakevich discussed the Week 4 game against the Ravens and why he’s been so involved with the Baltimore-based charity “Show Your Soft Side”:

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