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Fact: 66 percent of the Steelers losses this season have come against a gentleman with the last name Harbaugh. By Tuesday, if a Harbaugh brothers coaching collaboration goes as well as they want it to, that number could be up to 75 percent.
Via Matt Barrows at 49ers Blog:
Both Harbaugh boys could really use a Steelers loss on Monday, and John Harbaugh this week suggested he would...
The past four weeks for the Ravens have provided something to fans that has been widely unknown since John Harbaugh took over prior to the 2008 season. These last four weeks, the Ravens have been without all-word, future hall-of-famer, arguably the … [visit site to read more]
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Picking the NFL's coach of the year might not be so easy - even with Mike McCarthy on the verge of guiding the Green Bay Packers to a perfect season.
History says McCarthy wins if the Packers don't lose. Don Shula of the 1972 Dolphins and Bill Belichick of the 2007 Patriots won the award following unbeaten regular seasons.
But with three games to go, and many playoff berths...
The Baltimore Ravens have consistently been one of the better teams in the NFL since John Harbaugh took over as head coach in 2008, but the club has never won five straight games during his four-year tenure.
It has been a strange couple of years for Jared Gaither, who has gone from starting at left tackle in Baltimore to manning the position in San Diego -- with stops in John Harbaugh’s doghouse and Kansas City along the way.
Nearly a month after beating his little brother, Ravens coach John Harbaugh is joining forces. On Wednesday, Harbaugh said he'd be sharing Steelers-related information with 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh before San Francisco...
Both teams have been overpowering in months of December and JanuaryThe Ravens enter Sunday night’s showdown with the San Diego Chargers as one of the hotter teams in the NFL, having won four consecutive games and six of their last seven. The Ravens have been especially potent in the months of December and January under coach John Harbaugh, compiling a 12-4 record since 2008.
Sitting on top of the mountain in the AFC could be both a curse and blessing.
A curse; doubt of maintaining control from outside, thoughts of letdown from within and the caution of unexpected unforeseen circumstances. A blessing; having some room for error and it is a confidence builder with opportunities to get better.
For the Baltimore Ravens (10-3), it’s neither...
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
DT Haloti Ngata
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs