Posted in Articles by Masterplans 7-Eleven Business Plan Writing a 7-Eleven business plan can be more difficult than creating your standard business plan. That is because 7-Eleven requires that your business plan seeking a franchise location follow a very specific format. This difficulty is compounded by the fact that many lenders—who you might be seeking a loan from to get your business started—have a different set of requirements. Typical sections in a 7-Eleven business plan, for instance, include the following:
This one should be fairly routine. I mean, it's the Raiders after all. And even with a rookie quarterback behind center, there's really no reason at all why the Ravens shouldn't romp to victory today in Baltimore.
But it's the NFL. Denver went into Los Angeles and beat the Chargers last week. Pittsburgh came back from a deficit late in the 3rd quarter to beat the Jaguars in Jacksonville, Teams play poorly when they shouldn't.
Teams play well when it appears they have no reason to. The ball isn't round But I suspect everything plays out favorably for the Ravens today in Baltimore. They're not letting the Raiders come in here and beat them, even with Lamar Jackson starting at quarterback.
Sure, Oakland will likely be more prepared for Jackson's style than were the Bengals a week ago. That much is a given. The Raiders have a week's worth of studying under their belt of both Jackson and the Batlimore running game, revamped nicely a week ago by rookie Gus Edwards.
I realize the Raiders aren't very good and their play against opposing running attacks has been downright awful, but they're still professionals and they can still watch game tape. It's just that I doubt they can do anything to change the course of what's about to happen to them today.
I assume we're going to see Jackson throw the ball more today because it's his second game and he didn't throw that much a week ago and, well, he has pride too, and he doesn't want to be known as a one-trick pony.
He's certainly not in the position to demand things at this point in his career, but the guess here is that Jackson initiated a conversation with Marty Mornhinweg this week that included the words, "Hey, coach, how about letting me throw more against the Raiders?
One thing for certain: The Ravens have to take today's process seriously. They're simply not allowed to stub their toe in what essentially amounts to a guaranteed win.
A victory and the Ravens move to and remain right in the thick of the AFC playoff race. A loss and they're in big trouble.
The only unnerving aspect of today's game? It's once again predicated largely on Mornhinweg's ability to put together a successful offensive game plan. The players have to execute it, of course, but Mornhinweg's propensity for mucking things up is always just a deficit away.
If the Ravens jump out early and are ahead right away, Marty typically follows the plan and things go rather smoothly. But if the Raiders somehow magically take a quick seven or ten point lead, there's no telling what Mornhinweg does with the playcalling card in front of him.
I'm a believer in "market correction" in the NFL. Things tend to shake out appropriately -- for both teams -- at some point along the way. I hope today isn't one of those days where things shift in favor of the Raiders just because the market points them that way.
I doubt that happens. But the Ravens better not stub their toe in this one. Gift wins like this don't come along very often. The two rookies lead an early charge as Jackson caps off an play drive with a run into the end zone on 4th and 1 and the Ravens lead early Oakland shows some early heart with a TD drive of their own, but Edwards has a handful of big runs on the ensuing series and a Jackson to John Brown TD throw puts Baltimore ahead The Raiders threaten on a couple of occasions before Jackson and the offense go back down the field just before halftime and find the endzone once again, this time with Alex Collins scampering in from five yards out to make it at the half.
Oakland scores first in the third period on a field goal to make it an point game, but the Ravens move down the field again with Jackson using his arm to set up a big third and 12 run where he picks up a first down and moves the team into red zone.
Jackson then hits Mark Andrews for his second TD throw of the day to increase Baltimore's lead to The two teams trade fourth quarter field goals and the Ravens win their second straight game, Ontario December getaways to resorts and lodges, rural towns and villages with traditions of the holiday season.
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