It’s no secret the Baltimore Ravens have struggled this season to follow up big victories when they face teams below .500. They have a chance to silence their critics this Sunday with a win over the Cleveland Browns. The Ravens look to win a sixth straight divisional game, and seventh in a row against the [...]
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If you’re the Baltimore Ravens at this point, it must be nice knowing the biggest hurdle you face is beating inferior opponents. That sets up perfectly for when the postseason rolls around. Baltimore will travel to Cleveland for what is being dubbed as yet another trap game for the Ravens. After beating the San Francisco [...]
The Baltimore Ravens have not hosted a home playoff game since the 2006 season. Over the course of the next five weeks, they’ll set out to end the long overdue drought. At 8-3, including two big wins over division rival Pittsburgh, the Ravens have set themselves up nicely for their fourth postseason appearance in as [...]
After the much anticipated and unprecedented confrontation ended, it was the Baltimore Ravens and John Harbaugh outlasting the San Francisco 49ers and Jim Harbaugh. The Ravens (8-3) sacked 49ers quarterback Alex Smith nine times, tying a franchise record, despite being without the services of middle linebacker Ray Lewis, the team’s leading tackler and emotional leader. [...]
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers have thrived this season because they are hard-nosed, physical and relentless. Both teams are mirrors of their head coaches. Thursday night John and Jim Harbaugh will make history becoming the first brothers to compete on opposite sidelines as head coaches.John Harbaugh is seeking to take the Ravens (7-3) [...]
All-Pro middle linebacker Ray Lewis was forced to watch from the sideline as the Ravens defense yielded big chunks of yards. Meanwhile, Joe Flacco and the Ravens often criticized offense put up points, and Lewis’ teammates came up huge when it counted most in a 31-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. Baltimore (7-3) has now [...]
The Cincinnati Bengals failed to take advantage of having the Pittsburgh Steelers in their backyard last Sunday, losing 24-17 to drop to 6-3 overall for the season. Fortunately for former Ravens defensive coordinator Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati’s schedule quickly offers up a second chance. And that’s exactly what the Baltimore Ravens are looking for after suffering [...]