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Until Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice had gone 21 straight games without losing a fumble. So when reporters asked about his two fumbles in last week's game, he was a little upset.
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Ray Rice has been one of the better running backs in the game at taking care of the football, having not turned it over once in the regular season. In the Ravens first Playoff game, however, Rice coughed the ball up twice in the win over the Colts.
Ray Rice says fumbles won’t happen again. (US PRESSWIRE PHOTO)
Rice wants to move on from the fumbling questions, as he feels they...
Ravens QB Joe Flacco wasn't terribly accurate Sunday against the Colts (just 12-of-23 passing) but he still managed to throw for 282 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Baltimore captured the 24-9 victory.Fantasy Spin:Running backs Bernard Pierce (13 carries, 103 yards) and Ray Rice (70 yards on 15 rushes) both played well, which took some of the pressure off of Flacco and the...
Baltimore halfback Ray Rice rushed for 70 yards and lost two fumbles Sunday against the Colts.Fantasy Spin:What's equally alarming is that Bernard Pierce saw almost as many carries as Rice did on Sunday (13 for Pierce, 15 for Rice). Could the Ravens be headed for a running back by committee system? Rice's fantasy owners better hope not.
The Ravens’ offense isn’t messing around in the second half. Joe Flacco threw a pass 18 yards to Anquan Boldin for a 24-9 lead on the Colts.
Boldin has five catches for 145 yards and one touchdown on the afternoon.
Rookie running back Bernard Pierce has 86 yards, which is more than Ray Rice’s 64. Rice has two lost fumbles.
There is less than 10 minutes to go in the game.
Anquan Boldin set a franchise record with 145 yards on five receptions, including the clinching touchdown, as Baltimore beat Indianapolis 24-9 in Sunday's AFC wild-card game.
The previously struggling Ravens defense was staunch, inspired no doubt by star linebacker Ray Lewis appearing in his final home game before retiring. Baltimore never let Colts standout rookie quarterback...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter writes that the Baltimore Ravens are currently sitting $5 million over next season’s salary cap, which means that they’ll need to shed some salary before the start of the next league year.
Schefter adds that Ray Lewis retiring will eliminate $3.8 million from their cap, but what is really going to complicate things further is the fact that their QB Joe...
Baltimore backup running back Bernard Pierce has been dealing with an ankle injury and is not practicing Wednesday.Fantasy Spin:Pierce ran well against Indianapolis in the first round of the playoffs, getting 13 carries for 103 yards. That's above his normal 6-8 touches and hurt Ray Rice's totals. Rice rushed for 70 yards on 15 carries and caught one ball for 47 ytards. Pierce...
A slow-starting offense and a dominant defense was how this game started. It didn’t end that way for the Baltimore Ravens Sunday afternoon.
The Ravens beat up on the Colts 24-9 and secured a place in the second round of the playoffs.
Joe Flacco was 12-for-23 for 282 yards and two touchdowns. Flacco was also complemented by a strong running game. Bernard Pierce had 13 carries for...
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The University of Delaware has fired head football coach K.C. Keeler after 11 seasons.
Keeler was 86-52 with the Blue Hens and led them to a Division I-AA national title in 2003 and two subsequent championship game appearances in 2007 and 2010.
Athletics director Eric Ziady says Keeler's success at the school will ''forever be etched in the hearts and minds of the Blue...