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Last week: 8 (+0)
Net points per drive: 0.31 (10th)
DVOA: 11.1% (8th)
Weighted DVOA: 9.5% (10th)
QB Joe Flacco: 25 of 36 for 318 yards and 2 touchdowns, 1 throw away, 1 hit as thrown, 1 drop, 100.9 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 14 of 36 drop backs (11 of 14, 2 touchdowns, 1 throw away, 1 hit as thrown)
RB Ray Rice: Rushed for 107 yards (63 after contact) on 24 attempts, 1 broken tackle, caught 6 passes for 51 yards and a touchdown on 7 attempts, allowed 1 quarterback hurry on 9 pass block snaps
RB Bernard Pierce: Rushed for 123 yards (64 after contact) on 14 attempts, 2 broken tackles
WR Anquan Boldin: Caught 7 passes for 93 yards on 7 attempts on 33 pass snaps, 4.6 YAC per catch, 1 penalty
TE Dennis Pitta: Caught 4 passes for 56 yards on 5 attempts on 25 pass snaps, 4.5 YAC per catch
CB Chykie Brown: Allowed 2 catches for 27 yards and a touchdown on 6 attempts, 3 pass deflections, 2 solo tackles, 1 stop
CB Corey Graham: Allowed 2 catches for 14 yards on 3 atte...
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It looks as though the Ravens are going to proceed with playing their starters this week against the Bengals. With the exception of Haloti Ngata and Marshal Yanda added to the injury list, the Ravens seem to be recovering nicely. Analysts had expressed concern about losing momentum heading into the playoffs and that is the last thing anyone wants. Ray Lewis has already been ruled...
It certainly has been a strange year for the Baltimore Ravens. Just a month ago, there was talk at them making at run at the top seed in the AFC. Then just before their win over the Giants last Sunday, there were whispers of ways they could possibly miss the playoffs with a fourth consecutive loss.
Despite their fast start, the Ravens offense has struggled mightily all season...
While the Ravens decided to move linebacker Ray Lewis from
the short-term injured reserve list to the 53-man roster, the future Hall of
Famer still isn’t going to suit up Sunday when Baltimore takes on the
Cincinnati Bengals, according to Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk.
The Ravens have moved Lewis from short-term injured reserve
to the 53-man roster, but they have...
The Ravens are a perfect 4-0 under John Harbaugh in season finales. This one, though, is different than past season finales.
The Ravens have wrapped up the division (it was still in question last season), are almost certain to be the fourth seed and are nursing a high number of injuries. All that adds up to the Ravens being expected to rest players and get healthy for the playoffs...
BALTIMORE -- Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed was fined $55,000 for his hit on New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz last Sunday. Reed is treated as a repeat offender by the NFL. Even though Reed delivered a glancing blow with his shoulder that connected with Cruz during a 33-14 win, he had a one-game suspension overturned earlier this season and replaced with a $50,000...
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed was fined $55,000 by the NFL for his high hit on the New York Giants' Victor Cruz last weekend.
Reed struck the wide receiver in the head and neck area, and was penalized for the hit in the game. He had a one-game suspension for several helmet-to-helmet hits reduced to a $50,000 fine last month.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh was asked if Reed'...
As expected, the NFL handed out fines on Thursday to two high profile players for their actions last Sunday. Both Baltimore Ravens S Ed Reed and Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton received fines for their behavior last week. Reed was reportedly fined $55,000 dollars while Newton received a $21,000 fine.
Reed received his fine for a hit on New York Giants WR Victor Cruz. Initially, the...
Ravens safety Ed Reed will be available Sunday against the Bengals as well as the playoffs as he will not be suspended for the hit he put on wide receiver Victor Cruz during Week 16′s win over the Giants, per Jay Glazer.
Ed Reed has been fined another $55,000 for hit on Victor Cruz in Sundays game vs giants. No suspension but 55k fine
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) December 28, 2012...
The Baltimore Ravens have decided to sit running back Ray Rice for today’s regular season finale now that they have the AFC North wrapped up.
With Baltimore having wrapped up the AFC North title, Ravens RB Ray Rice is not expected to play today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 30, 2012
I’m not a fan of sitting players, but Rice is the Ravens’ best offensive player...
It was reported earlier today that Ravens running back Ray Rice will not play today. It looks like the Ravens have changed their minds and will have Rice start and play a few series’. Last second change with the Ravens. Ravens running back Ray Rice is active and is going to play a series or two. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 30, 2012 Need NFL Tickets? var _CI ...
The Baltimore Ravens are expected to sit RB Ray Rice this afternoon when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals. Both teams have qualified for post-season play, but a win by the Baltimore Ravens does nothing to improve their current four seed in the playoffs. ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirms that Rice will not play this afternoon.
Rice has enjoyed running against the Cincinnati Bengals...
Contrary to an earlier report, Ravens running back Ray Rice will be active for Sunday's game against the Bengals.Fantasy Spin:ESPN's Adam Schefter had reported Rice would be out but now he's hearing that Rice will play one or two series before coming out of the game. Despite Rice's surprise activation, Bernard Pierce remains a much better fantasy option for this week.