ESPN’s Mike & Mike Morning show segment “Two-A-Days” looks at the Ravens

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ESPN’s Mike & Mike morning show has been examining every NFL team as part of its “Two-A-Days” feature leading up to the regular season. Friday, it was the Ravens’ turn.

The crew came up with five questions about the Ravens, which Mike Greenberg said came “agonizingly short” last season.

“Shoulda been there,” Mike Golic added. Referring to the end of the AFC Championship Game, he said, “(Joe) Flacco couldn’t put the ball in any better spot for a receiver in the end zone. They should have been in the Super Bowl.”

Their five big questions facing the Ravens:

How far can Joe Flacco take the Ravens?

Golic says Flacco is starting to “get the Tony Romo treatment as to ‘boy, oh boy, this guy’s no good.’ … I like him. … He had the ball right on the money to put his team in the Super Bowl last year. He outplayed Tom Brady in the AFC Championship Game, so he absolutely can take this team all the way.”

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Ravens correspondent for ComcastSportsNet, freelance author and writer, and full-time life coach with a client list of two (Matt and Katie). Bo was a Sports Copy Editor for the Baltimore Sun from 2005-08 and is a graduate of Bucknell University. More from Bo Smolka, CSNbaltimore.com

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