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Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs saw a team without a plan in Monday's 12-7 loss to the Jaguars, and Baltimore's fans agree.
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Following Monday night's woeful offensive performance, the LB questioned the play-calling by asking why Ray Rice only had seven carries and why Anquan Boldin was a non-factor.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs questioned the team's offensive game plan following Monday night's 12-7 road loss to Jacksonville.
The Ravens did not have a first down until deep into the third quarter and did not score until 2:02 remained in the game. They managed 11 first downs and 146 total yards.
While Joe Flacco threw 38 passes - and averaged less than...
The offensive performance last night by the Baltimore Ravens was of the one worst performances in team history, to say the least. Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs wasted no time calling out the team on its approach. “It baffles me that Ray Rice only had seven carries,” Suggs said. He was off on Rice’s carries by [...]
After the Ravens were upset by the hapless Jaguars on Monday Night Football, linebacker Terrell Suggs was none too pleased, and voiced his displeasure with the team for its lack of usual approach.
Following the game, CSN Baltimore reports that Suggs called out the coaching staff for not utilizing running back Ray Rice more often throughout the contest.
“They kept it simple. Jones...
Terrell Suggs was pretty upset in how the Ravens lost that game and his point is a valid one. Ray Rice is without a doubt the Ravens best offensive player and probably one of best players in the league … [visit site to read more]Suggs Says Rice Should Have Gotten More Carries - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
What the Baltimore Ravens did when they had the football on Monday night wasn't so much "offense" as it was an assault on everything that Bill Walsh and Don Coryell held dear.
The Ravens managed just 146 total yards against the Jaguars and were held scoreless until late in the fourth quarter. Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs wasn't happy about it. He can get in line...
Nothing good ever happens when a player questions his coach. Remarkably, in the case of the Ravens' Terrell Suggs and John Harbaugh, nothing bad will happen, either.
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs wasn't not pleased to see Ray Rice and Anquan Boldin not the get ball much during a loss to the Jaguars. Suggs later downplayed his postgame remarks, while not exactly backtracking from them.
The Baltimore Ravens lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars 12-7 in a pitiful performance Monday night. They only gained 16 yards by halftime, including one passing yard by Joe Flacco, and they didn’t record their first first down until under six minutes left in the third quarter. Coach John Harbaugh called the disgrace “almost as bad [...]
Linebacker says that Ravens better team when Rice, Boldin get ballLinebacker Terrell Suggs admitted today that he was frustrated when he questioned the Ravens use of running back Ray Rice in Monday's 12-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he didn't exactly back off his comments either.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he’s not mad that linebacker Terrell Suggs ripped the team’s offensive play calling after Monday night’s loss to the Jaguars. In fact, Harbaugh agrees with what Suggs said. “You know, Terrell Suggs’ heart is always in the right place, and he’s a leader on our football team,” Harbaugh said, via…
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs says he knows why Baltimore turned in such an ugly offensive effort in Monday night’s 12-7 loss to the Jaguars: The Ravens’ offensive play calling stunk. Suggs contrasted the Ravens giving their star running back, Ray Rice, only eight carries with the Jaguars giving their star running back, Maurice Jones-Drew, 30…
Ravens coach fine with Suggs' comments, says everybody is on same pageA day after Terrell Suggs questioned why running back Ray Rice got only eight carries in a 12-7 Monday night loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Ravens coach John Harbaugh essentially agreed with his outspoken linebacker.