The Baltimore Ravens enter Ford Field to face the Detroit Lions tonight on Monday Night Football. With both teams sitting on a 7-6 standing record, this is a game with huge playoff implications. It is a must-win game for both teams as it may very well determine the fate of their playoff chances. The Detroit […]
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The Baltimore Ravens will have their hands full this season when they begin their AFC North title defense this fall. The Ravens’ schedule is statistically the fourth-toughest in the NFL as their opponents had a combined record of 134-122 (.523 winning percentage) last season. Baltimore opens the season by playing their first four games in […]
Former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick still hasn’t received a second chance to lead another NFL franchise since receiving his pink slip following the 2007 season. Billick, hired prior to the 1999 season, was brought in to turn around the offense, but he won with one of the league’s best defensive units of all […]
For all the flashy numbers being posted by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, the Patriots” electric tight end duo and the rest of the New England offense–the supposed core of this team–is a defense that ranks historically bad as far as playoff teams go. There has never been a team in NFL history that […]
Many Baltimore Ravens fans probably don’t mind seeing the Houston Texans come to M&T Bank Stadium for this Sunday’s divisional-round playoff game. Houston is down to a third-string rookie quarterback in T.J. Yates, who has a separated non-throwing shoulder. The Texans, who earned their first ever AFC South championship and playoff berth this season, have […]
The Baltimore Ravens’ opponent for next Sunday’s divisional round game was decided earlier Saturday when the Houston Texans upended the Cincinnati Bengals, 31-10, in their wild-card matchup at Houston. Houston, champions of the AFC South, will visit M&T Bank Stadium next Sunday at 1 p.m., with the winner advancing to the AFC Championship the following […]
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 […]