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They sit a half game out of the NFC East but the Dallas Cowboys remain one of the leagues biggest question-marks. The Cowboys have looked good at times and bad at others. Traveling into Baltimore and winning would be a huge step up for this team but is there any chance?In order to win the Cowboys must take advantage of the Ravens sloppy secondary. Dallas has good receivers and if quarterback Tony Romo can get the ball into their hands magic can happen on Sunday.The Ravens are in transition on offense. Stopping Ray Rice is always a target of defenses. However while Rice is still a focal point of the offense but the emergence of Torrey Smith will test the Cowboys corners. Smith is averaging over nineteen yards a catch and the Ravens have balanced his workload with Anquan Boldin, Dennis Pitta and Rice.Jay Ratliff will return and the Cowboys will need him.If they can avoid the same mental blunders that they have fallen victim to the last few season then the Cowboys will have a chance to...
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Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray exited Sunday’s
loss to the Baltimore Ravens with a sprained foot. He is set to undergo an MRI
today, and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the team isn’t sure if Murray will
miss time due to the injury, reports Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News.
“We just don’t have a way to
gauge it right now,” Cowboys owner...
As we go to post, it is the third quarter of the Cowboys fight against the surging Baltimore Ravens.
The big story coming out of that game is the injuries to first-round draft cornerback Morris Claiborne and his parallel for the Ravens Lardarius Webb
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Ravens tailback Ray Rice had 90 yards from scrimmage in the first half (47 rushing, 43 receiving) on 12 touches, but once again didn't see the ball in the second half and finished with 106 totals yards.Fantasy Spin:Rice punched in two touchdowns, but his week could have been much better if the Ravens had stuck to the ground game. Seventeen touches is not enough.
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Wally Williams told the media that his former teammate Ray Lewis has some glaring weaknesses and has declined quite a bit over the years.“He’s outmanned at the point of attack,” said Williams. “He’s not as physical. You see a lot of Ray on the ground, on his back. He gets overpowered and stuck to blocks.“You can’t expect a guy...
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will miss the remainder of the season with an arm injury, an enormous blow to an already depleted defense that has uncharacteristically struggled this year.
Lewis tore his right triceps during Sunday's 31-29 victory over Dallas. Cornerback Lardarius Webb also is out for the year after ripping the ACL in his left knee in the win against the Cowboys...
Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb left Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys with a sprained right knee.
Webb banged his knee in a first-quarter collision with Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant. Webb remained prone on the field for several minutes before being helped to the sideline.
Webb was immediately taken to the Ravens locker room to be examined, and the team revealed...
1. DeMarco Murray and Felix Jones will start to see more touches.Dallas’ offense has struggled since Week 2 partly because of their tendency to get away from the run game. In the previous three games the Dallas backs have combined for 123 yards on only 39 touches. Felix Jones, who left last year’s season with a shoulder injury, had three carries for 13 yards leading to the...
Baltimore has had the ball all of one play in the third quarter, but that play was a 108-yard kickoff return from Jacoby Jones.
The kickoff return set a team record and tied an NFL record.
Dallas has kicked a field goal and scored a touchdown.
The Ravens are currently ahead 24-20.
The Baltimore Ravens are worried that a pair of key
defensive players, veteran linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Lardarius Webb,
suffered significant injuries this weekend during the team’s win over the
Dallas Cowboys, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
In the wake of another close
win, the Ravens fear that linebacker
Ray Lewis suffered a torn
According to Ed Werder of ESPN, Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (foot) is "doubtful" to play in Week 7 against the Panthers.Fantasy Spin:Murray's MRI revealed no broken bones but "some" ligament damage, according to the Cowboys' official website.
The Patriots not only had a disappointing loss to the Seahawks yesterday, but they lost some players too. Brandon Bolden went out with a knee injury, Chung - shoulder, Slater - leg, Brandon Lloyd - shoulder. Not really any word on the severity of them, but I doubt any are season ending. That's more than you can say for the Baltimore Ravens.John harbaugh says lardarius webb out...
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