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For the 2012 Baltimore Ravens, it has been a roller coaster ride. First, they started out with a 44-13 demolition against Cincinnati at home. Everything seemed great. But then Joe Flacco and the team traveled out to Philadelphia where they lost a heart breaker. Since then, they have tidied things together and going into Week 7, against the Texans, they were 5-1.
But then, disaster struck. Everything unwrapped for the Ravens and they lost a miserable game and got embarrassed. 43-13 was the final score, which was the 8th worst loss in Baltimore HISTORY!
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The NFL fined the Baltimore Ravens over their handling of Ed Reed's shoulder injury. See what they did that broke the rules.
Week seven of the 2012 NFL Season is in the books and the division leading Baltimore Ravens suffered their first loss since week two, but still hold a game and a half lead in the division. All four AFC North teams were in action during week seven and only two will be in action in week eight as Baltimore and Cincinnati have bye weeks.
We will begin with the division leading Baltimore...
The NFL has fined the Baltimore Ravens $20,000 for not listing safety Ed Reed on the team's injury report with a torn labrum in his right shoulder, a violation of the league's procedures for reporting injury information.
Reed publicly acknowledged the injury on Oct. 17, before the Ravens' game against Houston, and said it could be affecting his play. The Pro Bowl safety...
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Yet there he was, starting against the Houston Texans last Sunday before the Bye Week...
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The Baltimore Ravens were fined $20,000 by the NFL for not disclosing an injury to Ed Reed, which the safety mentioned in a radio interview Oct. 17, according to NFL.com. Ravens said he had been playing with a torn labrum in his shoulder, which he acknowledged had been affecting his play. However, Reed wasn’t listed on the team’s injury report, violating the NFL’s procedures...
Last week: 4 (-3) Record: 5-2 Not ready to completely drop the Ravens yet. We all saw the Jets suffer a major injury, have a terrible game, and then exceed expectations by covering in 3 straight games. The AFC is still a joke and the Ravens already have 5 wins. As much as injuries to [...]
Tweet The injury problems of the Baltimore Ravens have been well documented this season. Future Hall of Famer Ray Lewis suffered a torn triceps. The team’s best cornerback, Lardarius Webb, has been lost with a torn ACL. Both will be out for the remainder of the season. Defensive lineman Haloti Ngata is playing [...]
PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Rutgers has not seen a 1,000-yard rusher since Ray Rice in 2007, and sophomore Jawan Jamison could hit the mark as early as tomorrow against Kent State. With Rice comparisons running rampant, ScarletReport.com spoke to the only player on the roster to take the field with both – sixth-year senior Mason Robinson.
Houston, after being granted a one week we’ll forgive you for that loss if it doesn't happen again reprieve atop our rankings reasserted their dominance against the Baltimore Ravens. Coming into this week Baltimore was their biggest competition in the AFC, and, they demolished them. Of course, a great deal of that had to do …
The Texans followed up their worst performance of the season with their best, laying a 43-13 beatdown on the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. This win moves them to 6-1 and breaks a tie with the Ravens for the best record in the AFC going into their bye. It also gives them a 2.5 game division lead over the Colts.
The number of points the Texans scored in the second quarter...
It's easy to forget now, but this defense has actually looked good at parts of this season.After getting exposed versus Joe Flacco and the Ravens though, things have gone down hill.It hasn't really been a case of what quarterback the Patriots have faced - as they've faced quite a number of mediocre to bad ones and still given up plays. So, what was the difference between...
In this All-22 Breakdown we look at Connor Barwin‘s safety on Joe Flacco to see how a previous play in the season set up the sack, and how Gary Kubiak uses an offensive lineman to set up a big first down catch.
Take a look and let us know what you think.
Ryan Harris the New Eligible Target
The Texans are 3rd and 1 on their own 31 yard line.