Goob hits the tailgate lots on Xmas Eve for Ravens-Browns and brings you some footage from what we all hope will NOT be the final game at M&T Bank Stadium this NFL season. Featuring the Baltimore Christmas Classic “Walking in an Essex Wonderland!”
The Baltimore Ravens will send seven players to the Pro Bowl this season, six of whom will start the game for the American Football Conference. Those selected include: running back Ray Rice, fullback Vonta Leach, guard Marshal Yanda, linebacker Terrell Suggs, linebacker Ray Lewis, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and safety Ed Reed. Of the seven, [...]
For a four-game stretch in 2009 and '10, the Bengals defense had dominated Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. But in the first meeting Baltimore had the upper hand.
Flacco has 12 passes of 35 yards or more with three of those in the Week 11 game in Baltimore. If the Bengals are to wrap up a wild-card spot with a win over the Ravens on Sunday, they are going to need to get to Flacco...
The Baltimore Ravens do not care that the Cincinnati Bengals can reach the playoffs with a victory Sunday. The Ravens aren't interested in the number of tickets the Bengals have sold for their home finale, either.
Even though the Ravens are already assured a fourth straight trip to the postseason, their incentive to win is every bit as strong as that of their division rival...
Despite few interceptions, free safety still highly regarded by Bengals coachEd Reed was voted to his eighth Pro Bowl, but the Ravens free safety is mired in one of the toughest seasons of his 10-year career.
Quarterback follows wide receiver's lead in assuming blame
In the aftermath of the Ravens’ 20-14 win against the Cleveland Browns last Sunday, wide receiver Lee Evans assumed the blame for his zero-catch performance, saying that he needed to do more to get open.
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