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Tag: "ed dickson"

Pitta, Dickson should only get better in 2012

Heading into the 2012 season, the Baltimore Ravens offense must improve upon its No. 19 ranked passing attack from a season ago. While quarterback Joe Flacco continues to make strides and steadily improve, he will benefit from the continued progression of third-year tight ends Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta. Following the lockout last season, the […]

Ed Dickson Vows to Improve and Will Work on Drops

Ed Dickson had a breakout year in his second season with the Baltimore Ravens and emerged onto the scene with longtime tight end Todd Heap gone. Dickson, 24, had 54 catches for 528 yards and five touchdowns in his first season as a starter. However, Dickson’s production faded in the final month of the season […]

Ravens Prevail Over Browns, 20-14

The Baltimore Ravens got out to a commanding 20-0 lead over the Cleveland Browns, stumbled, then prevailed for a 20-14 win that sealed the first undefeated home record in franchise history. Now, if Baltimore wins next week at Cincinnati, they will clinch their first AFC North division crown since the 2006 season. In doing so, […]

According to Ed Dickson, Cam Cameron Doesn’t Trust Joe Flacco

Offensive coordinators that call for 53 passing plays and 13 running plays in a game deserve a full week of criticism, so I’m going to give Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron his full due. The Ravens’ offense has shown flashes in the pan all season long, yet they always leave fans wanting more. After […]

Lewis, Clark Fined for Vicious Hits Sunday Night

Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis has been for his brutal hit on Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward, according to the Carroll County Times. ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweets Lewis was fined a reported $20,000 for the hit. During the game, Lewis’ play did not draw a penalty, but the league clearly believes the helmet-to-helmet […]

Ravens Spoil Rex’s Homecoming, Winning 34-17

If there is one word that sums up last nights Ravens’ 34-17 win over the New York Jets, it’s defense. The Ravens reminded their former defensive coordinator, Rex Ryan, before a nationally-televised audience, when it comes to having a physical and opportunistic defense, the Ravens are still in a class of their own. The Ravens […]

Staff Predictions Week 4: Jets vs Ravens

Sorry we missed you guys last week. This upcoming match between the Baltimore Ravens (2-1) and the N.Y. Jets (2-2) is a big showdown, so we definitely didn’t want to miss this one. This week, Brian and I will be deciding who the individual standouts will be against the Jets. Will Ray Rice have the […]