Found December 22, 2012 on
Public opinion backs the Giants on the road this week but the selection is misguided. After losing to the Broncos last week Baltimore has now lost consecutive home contests after winning 16 in a row on their home turf; but have traditionally played their best ball at home and appear ready to bounce back after a beating at the hands of the Broncos for their 9th straight victory. Jim Caldwell's first game as coordinator went poorly - Joe Flacco completed just 50% of his passes and Ray Rice did little with a paltry 15 touches, however, with a week to prepare his team the offense should look more efficient against New York...
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Albert Breer of the NFL Network tweets that the Ravens are prepared to franchise QB Joe Flacco at the end of the season if they’re unable to reach an agreement on a long-term contract.
The two sides have been discussing a deal for months now, but Flacco’s performance this season doesn’t lineup with his overall asking price, which makes it seem as though the franchise tag...
Joe Flacco was smiling at the end of the game. Maybe a big part of that was a ton of second-guessing criticism was just lifted from his shoulders.
I've said it all along--- Flacco makes big-time throws, he just can't always count on his receivers making big-time catches. Well, Sunday, they did...
A celebration four weeks in the making featured laughs and hugs, a surprise...
Have yourself a day, Joe Flacco.
Flacco has 202 yards and three touchdowns (one rushing) in the first half of the game. All that adds up to a 24-7 Ravens lead at halftime.
Baltimore has 289 yards of offense.
The defense has sacked Eli Manning twice and has been aggressive all day.
Baltimore receives the ball to start the second half.
A celebration four weeks in the making featured laughs and hugs, a surprise appearance by team owner Steve Bisciotti and the distribution of hats announcing the Baltimore Ravens' stature as AFC North champions.
Joe Flacco threw for 309 yards and two touchdowns, and the Ravens defeated the New York Giants 33-14 Sunday to end a three-game losing streak to secure their second straight...
Joe Flacco found Torrey Smith on a slant for the first touchdown of the game against the New York Giants. They lead the Giants 7-0 midway through the first quarter.
The touchdown pass was the last play of a 14-play drive.
The Ravens’ defense had a quick three-and-out against the New York offense. Linebacker Dannell Ellerbe is playing and flying around.
So far the Ravens look good...
BALTIMORE -- Joe Flacco threw for 309 yards and accounted for three touchdowns, and the Baltimore Ravens set a season high with 533 total yards in a 33-14 rout of the New York Giants on Sunday. With the win, the Ravens clinched the AFC North title for the third straight year. The Giants dropped their second straight game, another blow to their playoff hopes. The defending Super...
The losing streak is officially over. Sunday’s throttling of the New York Giants clinched the AFC North for the Ravens for the second consecutive season. They will be no worse than the No. 4 seed in the AFC playoffs.
Joe Flacco had a great day on the field with 309 yards on 25 completions on 36 attempts to go along with three touchdowns (one rushing).
Both running backs ran for...
The Baltimore Ravens were hopeful linebacker Ray Lewis would return sometime during the regular season, but according to NFL Network's Ian Rapport, Lewis will likely not return until the playoffs.
The Ravens have until Saturday at 4 p.m. ET to add Lewis to their 53-man roster ahead of Sunday's pivotal matchup against the New York Giants, but the team doesn't plan...
Joe Flacco has engineered some good drives against the Giants’ defense. On a 3rd-and-18, Flacco hit Anquan Boldin for 39 yards to get the Ravens in the red zone.
Jacoby Jones appeared to have a touchdown on the following play, but after review, the referees ruled the pass incomplete.
Justin Tucker kicked a field goal to give the Ravens a 17-7 lead in the middle of the second quarter.
The Baltimore Ravens feared safety Ed Reed would be suspended by the NFL after his fourth illegal hit on a defenseless receiver in three season.
Ian Rapaport of NFL Network reports Reed will be fined but a suspension is unlikely.
#Ravens S Ed Reed can breath easier. I'm told a fine is probable for his shot on Victor Cruz. Suspension is unlikely. Still under review
1. Nobody should sleep on the Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens could go from playoff afterthought to Super Bowl contenders very quickly. Their fate depends on Joe Flacco, who finally awoke from his month-long slumber to complete 25-of-36 passes for 309 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Ravens’ 33-14 rout of the Giants in Baltimore. When Flacco plays like he did...
BALTIMORE - The Baltimore Ravens brushed off a three-game losing streak with relative ease, clinching their second straight AFC North title in the process. The Giants, meanwhile, left themselves with an uphill climb to avoid missing the postseason a year after winning the Super Bowl. Joe Flacco threw for 309 yards and accounted for three touchdowns, and the Ravens produced a season...
The New York Giants and Baltimore Ravens will play against each other on Sunday. Coverage of the game will air on FOX from M&T Stadium in Baltimore, MD, with kickoff to occur at 4:25 pm EST.
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Both of these teams had commanding division leads and...