If the Houston Texans beat the Cincinnati Bengals on Saturday, they will be packing their bags for a trip to Baltimore for the Divisional round of the playoffs. And if that happens, the Ravens will have a leg up when it comes to scouting the 2011 AFC South champions. Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron will […]
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The date and time of the Baltimore Ravens’ AFC divisional-round playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium has been set. Baltimore will host one of three opponents on Sunday, Jan. 15, at 1 p.m. Depending on the outcomes of next week’s wild card games, the Ravens will play host to either the Houston Texans, Denver Broncos […]
The Baltimore Ravens have regained control of the AFC North, a home playoff game and a first-round bye, courtesy of a 20-3 victory by the San Francisco 49ers over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Just one night after the Ravens let their slim lead in the AFC North slip away from them in a loss to the […]
If the season ended today, the Baltimore Ravens would receive the No. 2 seed and a first-round bye in the playoffs. The only other time the Ravens have earned a first-round bye in their brief existence was in 2006. The New England Patriots would earn the No. 1 seed because they have a better conference […]
The first-place Ravens showed what kind of team they are in the fourth quarter, performing adeptly in crunch time against a formidable, albeit injury-riddled Houston Texans’ squad as they scored the final 16 points of the game, en route to a 29-14 victory. Between the relentless Ravens defense that shut down star running back Arian […]
Here we go, with the Texans having first possession. I’m personally feeling a little nervous, even with all of Houston’s key injuries. I don’t know why, and I hope it’s unfounded. 4:09: WR Derrick Mason sighting, catching a big catch for a 1st down on a 3rd down conversion try. That’s his first catch as […]
Vonta Leach spent the last five years in Houston, paving holes for a number of running backs that benefited from the fullback’s selfless willingness to give up his body. However, the Houston Texans opted not to resign the 2010 Pro Bowler, and as a result, Leach ended up signing an $11 million, three-year deal with […]