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Baltimore Ravens at Seattle Seahawks | SUNDAY, Nov. 13, CENTURYLINK FIELD
Seattle Times pick: Ravens 16, Seahawks 13You don't win shootouts with Baltimore. The Ravens defense is too good. The only shot Seattle has is to put the clamps on Baltimore's offense. The Ravens have only scored fewer tha 20 points twice this season, and those are the only two games they've lost. Seattle's defense could acquit itself well, and the offense still may not get enough moving to pay off.INACTIVE INACTIVEQB Josh Portis WR Tandon DossWR Deon Butler CB Chykie BrownSS Jeron Johnson RB Anthony AllenCB Ron Parker LB Dannell EllerbeLB David Vobora G/C Bryan MattisonOL Jarriel King WR Lee EvansTE Cameron Morrah LB Sergio Kindle
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The Seattle Seahawks' surprising win over Baltimore came with a significant injury cost.
Rookie right guard John Moffitt will be lost for the season after tearing the MCL and PCL ligaments in his right knee, coach Pete Carroll said on Monday, a day after the Seahawks beat the Ravens 22-17. Moffitt was hurt in the first quarter when he got caught in a pile and never returned...
The Baltimore Ravens' most glaring weakness could cost them an opportunity to utilize their strongest quality in the playoffs.
They are flawed on the road and perfect at home.
While the Ravens are desperate to earn home-field advantage in the postseason, almost every time they take a step in that direction, they subsequently get knocked back.
One week after stepping into first...
In the Baltimore Ravens’ shocking 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field Sunday, the special teams unit was pitiful to say the least, and was the major reason why the team suffered their third letdown of the season. The Ravens, now 7-3, have suffered all three of their losses after significant wins. Sunday’s [...]
Seattle holds off Baltimore for 22-17 victory
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Published 03:35 a.m., Monday, November 14, 2011
Lynch finished with 109 yards rushing and Seattle's lone touchdown, Steven Hauschka matched a franchise...
The Seahawks always have a chance to win when they're playing on their home turf with the 12th Man at full volume, but the Ravens are not an easy team to beat. Baltimore's defense is its usual tough self this year, and this game could get rough in a hurry if the Hawks let themselves get bottled up on offense.
Thankfully, there's some good news, too. The Ravens...
One positive to take away from Sunday's 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks is that the Ravens -- besides their egos -- escaped the game at Seattle's CenturyLink Field without a player suffering a serious injury.
Problems continue as Ravens can't solve 4-3 defense, suffer lapses on special teamsThe Ravens are now winless in three attempts against the 4-3 defensive alignment this season, and it won't get any easier Sunday when they host the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium.
Players of the game
Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch rushed 32 times for 109 yards. His only two 100-yard regular-season rushing games as a Seahawk have come the past two weeks.
Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka made five field goals, matching the franchise record shared by three other players.
Baltimore tight end Ed Dickson caught 10 passes and scored Baltimore's only two touchdowns...
Haloti Ngata is truly the biggest obstacle the Seahawks will face, an absolute mountain of a defensive lineman who will be standing between Seattle and its continued progress in the rushing game.