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Three former Brigham Young Cougars played well, but their teams lost important games. NFL teams with former BYU players who rarely see the field, or don’t touch the ball did win. Dennis Pitta, Baltimore Ravens, Tight EndPitta caught five of the six passes thrown his way against the Washington Redskins. His big play was a 14-yard touchdown reception with 8:39 in the second quarter to give the Ravens their first lead of the game, 21-14. Pitta didn’t make any first down receptions. Of his four other receptions, two came on third downs when the Ravens needed 12 yards or more. The Ravens blew an 8-point fourth quarter lead with less than five minutes in the fourth quarter to lose in overtime, 31-28.StatsThis week: 5 receptions, 46 yards, 1 touchdown Season: 50 receptions, 488 yards, 5 touchdowns, 1 tackleBaltimore Ravens: 9-4Next: Denver Broncos, December 16Brett Keisel, Pittsburgh Steelers, Defensive EndKeisel put a ton of pressure on San Diego Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers on Su...
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Every since I moved to Baltimore in 2010, I have heard nothing but endless criticism of Cam Cameron and his play calling abilities. There was no doubt Cameron was successful with previous teams, and the Ravens fans weren’t scared to admit this fact, but he was not utilizing Baltimore’s weapons the way the fan base wanted. As the seasons wore on, the fan base agreed that Cam...
Baltimore Ravens star Terrell Suggs is the latest athlete to be accused of domestic violence. Suggs fianceé, Candace Williams – whose also the mother of his two children- filed an order of protection last month claiming the linebacker punched her in the neck and dragged her along side a speeding car with their two kids in [...]
I look ridiculous Juan…
I spoil my kids rotten, but one thing that I always like to do during the holidays is give back. I will either do a Toys For Tots or grab a Christmas Angel. Torrey Smith and the Ravens gave back tonight and even a NFL WR will dress ridiculous for a good cause. Can’t wait to see what happens with the Ravens offense sans Cam Cameron.
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After losing a crucial second game in a row, the Ravens have fired their offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and replaced him with former Colts head coach Jim Caldwell. Ravens dismissed offensive coordinator Cam Cameron and replaced him with quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 10, 2012Cameron has often been the subject of much criticism from pundits...
Two of Ravens receiver Anquan Boldin's three catches went for touchdowns Sunday against Washington.Fantasy Spin:Boldin had 78 yards in the game. The veteran has caught three touchdowns in the last two games after going 10 games without one. He's quietly on pace for his first 1,000-yard campaign since 2009-10.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins, the Ravens announced. Suggs was listed as questionable with a torn biceps. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said during the week that Suggs "held up real well" in practice but did not indicate if he would play or not, according to ESPN.com. The Ravens continue to...
Usually a team fires its offensive coordinator when it is mired in the depths of a losing season. The Ravens are 9-4 with a 2-game lead in their division race. What caused the panic that resulted in the firing of OC Cam Cameron, who's been with the Ravens since 2008 and has been a part of 5 playoff season drives since then ?
My own theory is Joe Flacco wants to run no-huddle...
Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has been fired, according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun on Twitter.
Former Indianapolis Colts coach, Jim Caldwell will take over. Caldwell led the Colts to the Superbowl two seasons ago – before getting fired after last season when the team went 2-14.
To add insult to injury, the Washington Redskins playoff hopes might have taken a huge hit after star rookie Robert Griffin the 3rd injured his knee against the Baltimore Ravens in an overtime loss.
It happened in the fourth quarter of the game after a scramble attempt when RG3 gets hit awkwardly by Ravens linebacker Paul Kruger.
Watch as Robert's left leg whips back: ...
“The Ravens fell to the Redskins in overtime today, their second loss in a row, to drop to...
At the half, the Ravens were winning 21-14. A Joe Flacco fumble gifted the Redskins a Kai Forbath field goal. That made the game 21-17 Ravens.
On the ensuing drive, the Ravens were driving then Flacco threw an interception. The ball was tipped by Barry Cofield and Flacco was under duress.
Flacco has two turnovers this afternoon, but the Ravens still lead 21-17 in the third quarter.