Posted November 23, 2011 on
Scout.com NFL analyst Aaron Wilson, publisher of RavensInsider.com, stops by NinersDigest to answer our questions about the Ravens and Thursday’s showdown in Baltimore. Does coach John Harbaugh have an inferiority complex in regards to his younger brother Jim? How did Harbaugh get his job with the Ravens? What’s up with LB Ray Lewis, and how much does he have left? These Q&As and more inside.
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If the several servings of stuffing, abundance of turkey, or the piles of mashed potatoes didn’t put you to sleep, I’m sure that the Thanksgiving match-up between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers did the trick.
This game was the first time in NFL history that two brothers coached against each other, and John Harbaugh proved too little brother Jim that big brother...
John Harbaugh got the better of Jim Harbaugh in the first meeting of brothers as head coaches in the NFL, guiding the Baltimore Ravens to a 16-6 victory over the visiting San Francisco 49ers on Thursday.
Joe Flacco threw for 161 yards and a touchdown and the Ravens (8-3) matched a franchise record with nine sacks as they moved back into sole possession of first place in the AFC...
Families across America will take to the backyard gridiron on Thursday to engage in their annual pick-up football games. That will be the case in Baltimore, Md., as well, but this year's Harbaugh family game will have a little bit more at stake than your chance at retribution for Uncle Frank's game-winning touchdown from last year. John Harbaugh and Jim Harbaugh will square...
Big brother got the best of little brother in a unique NFL duel.
The Baltimore Ravens tied a franchise record with nine sacks and beat the San Francisco 49ers 16-6 Thursday night, giving John Harbaugh reason to celebrate after the first NFL game featuring brothers as opposing head coaches.
The Ravens (8-3) chased, hindered and battered Alex Smith for much of the night despite playing...
With only three days to prepare for tough 49ers team, Ravens won't go through physical practicesJohn Harbaugh celebrated his team's latest victory by returning to his office at the Ravens' headquarters in Owings Mills and watching game tape until very late into Sunday evening.
The Ravens are on a short week and they need to begin preparing for the San Francisco 49ers who they will play Thursday night.
Some good news comes out of practice today, though.
Inside linebacker Ray Lewis, who missed Sunday's game with a toe injury, was limited in practice Monday, according to reports.
This is positive because Lewis is the heartbeat of the defense. Although...
Jim Harbaugh’s coaching resume is stacked with unexpected greatness. Wins have piled up and followed Harbaugh, and quarterbacks have thrived under his tutelage. Every quarterback he has ever coached has posted career highs in completion percentage.
On Thanksgiving Day, Jim Harbaugh’s (9-1) San Francisco 49ers will visit Baltimore and play his brother John Harbaugh’s (7-3)...
The Baltimore Ravens sacked Alex Smith nine times and beat the San Francisco 49ers 16-6 Thursday night, giving John Harbaugh an emotional charge in the first NFL game featuring brothers as opposing head coaches.
Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis was placed on the inactive list for Thursday night's game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Lewis has an injured foot. He also missed last week's game against Cincinnati, ending a streak of 57 straight games played.
Baltimore also placed cornerback Chris Carr and linebackers Dannell Ellerbe and Sergio Kindle on the inactive list...
Fierce pass rush propels John Harbaugh's Baltimore squad over Jim Harbaugh's San Francisco teamFierce pass rush propels John Harbaugh's Baltimore squad over Jim Harbaugh's San Francisco team
Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis hasn't abandoned hope of returning from a foot injury in time to play Thursday night against San Francisco.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis missed Sunday’s win over the Bengals with a foot injury. It’s unclear whether he’ll play on Thursday night against the 49ers. He has opted to pass on being questioned about it by the media on Tuesday, issuing a statement explaining his decision to violate a fairly basic NFL requirement: being available…
The Baltimore Ravens sacked Alex Smith nine
times and beat the San Francisco 49ers 16-6 Thursday night, giving
John Harbaugh an emotional charge in the first NFL game featuring
brothers as opposing head coaches.