Roster Update #5 As predicted in my earlier post about patch #4, the Baltimore Ravens suffered a big drop in ratings. 3 players and the entire team overall dropped in points, check it out: DE Trevor Pyrce: Overall decrease, from 82 to 81 WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh: Overall decrease, from 86 to 85 QB Joe Flacco: […]
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When you think of “Coaching Trees,” names like Bill Walsh, Marty Schottenheimer, and Bill Parcells are a few that probably come into mind. But definitely not a name like Ray Lewis, right? Wrong. NFL Films featured a special on 15-year veteran MLB Ray Lewis and how five of his former defensive coordinators have gone on […]
The Baltimore Ravens take on the Cleveland Browns in their first home game of the season. This week’s staff prediction contributors are Gene Winner, Dan Soderberg, Alex Bishop, and Conoon Kim. Offensive MVP: Gene’s prediction Ray Rice: 80 yards rushing, 37 yards receiving, 2 TDs -Cam Cameron knows he has to get Rice involved. Conoon’s […]
All indications show that rookie defensive tackle Terrence Cody is ready to play, and we may possibly see him this Sunday at home when the Baltimore Ravens take on the Cleveland Browns. That would be an extra boost to a defense that has already been playing extremely well. As reported by the Carroll County Times, […]
The 4th Madden 11 roster update was released after week 1 of the NFL regular season, and there were plenty of good changes found for the Baltimore Ravens. Here is a list of players and their rating changes: S Tom Zbikowski: Carry and Return decrease WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh: Overall decrease, from 87 to 86 WR […]
We’ve decided to take a different approach on our weekly power rankings by scrapping the bottom half of the league. No disrespect to the bottom 17 teams, but we’d like to focus more on the playoff-bound competitors. So from now on, our staff will collectively vote upon the top 15 teams of the NFL each […]
NFL Officials Are Officially Wrong “Big call in a big part of the game that had a big factor in the outcome.” Those are the words of Mike Pereira, a former Vice President of Officiating for the NFL. Pereira says that out of all the big penalties called throughout last weekend, there was “none bigger” […]