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It took two weeks -- and two Ravens victories -- but coach John Harbaugh has finally been peppered with a hard-hitting question about Joe Flacco’s facial hair. Flacco and tight end Dennis Pitta first sported Fu Manchu mustaches during the win over the San Francisco 49ers and the Ravens are now 2-0 with them sporting the look.
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Tyrod Taylor has learned the Baltimore Ravens playbook. He understands what it takes to be part of an NFL team, and has adjusted to being a rookie quarterback in a locker room filled with veteran leaders.
The most significant lesson he's received this year, however, is how to be patient.
Taylor was a star at Virginia Tech before the Ravens selected him in the sixth round of...
Pat Shurmur Browns head coach has spent years coaching with John Harbaugh. The two spent years together coaching in Philadelphia. Shurmur was the quarterbacks coach and Harbaugh was the special teams coach. So far Harbaugh’s career as head coach has been more special. To be fair, Harbaugh has been at it longer. Shurmur is on the mist of building the Cleveland Browns while Harbaugh...
Ravens coach also stresses maintaining connection with fansThree days after the Ravens announced that they intended to keep training camp at the team’s practice facility in Owings Mills next summer, coach John Harbaugh elaborated on the reasoning behind not returning to McDaniel College in Westminster.
Quarterback leads league in fumbles, vows to do better job of protecting ballJoe Flacco is one of the NFL’s leaders in pass attempts and yards. The Ravens quarterback is also a leader in a category he would prefer to shed: fumbles.
The Cleveland Browns defense with Ahtyba Rubin have been rated high all season, today Rubin and his teammates are going to have to bring the pressure to Ravens q.b. Joe Flacco. Rubin has been close this season and has 3 sacs, the thing I like most about Rubin is his ability to rush the quarterback. With Rubin and Phil Taylor on the front line they are able to control the line, the...
Another day of football is right around the corner, with a game that got bumped from primetime, Colts vs. Patriots, because of the lack of talent from one of the teams. Monday features a game that should have been bumped, with the 4-7 Chargers taking on the 3-8 Jaguars in a game that is sure to be anything but exciting.
Enough ranting, here are some fantasy football tips for this...
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
LB Jameel McClain
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs
As the Ravens enter the final quarter of the season, their sights are firmly set on, at the very least, securing the AFC North title and the home playoff game that goes with it. It would be the team’s first such game since 2006, and first of the John Harbaugh era.
While the advantages playing at M&T Bank Stadium in the postseason gives the Ravens are clear – they are one...
“They just flat out whupped us up front. They embarrassed us. It was a slap in the face.” — D’Qwell Jackson
“I would never tell you we are taking a step back. I don’t feel like that. I see things.” — Colt McCoy
“Coach told us we’re not even watching the Baltimore film.” — Josh Cribbs
The series is 18-7 now in favor of Baltimore, seven in a...
The Ravens probably should have won this game by 30 points as they pushed the Browns around that badly in Cleveland yesterday. It was raining hard all day, so Joe Flacco was just a game manager. He completed 10 of 23 passes for 158 yards without a TD pass or INT. Ray Rice led the way on the ground for the Ravens yesterday with 29 carries for 204 yards (7.0 ypc) with 1 TD run...
Baltimore Ravens – 24, Cleveland Browns – 10
In this game, neither quarterback mattered a whole lot, and the winning QB actually mattered the least. Joe Flacco (157 total yards) got the win, but didn’t even complete 50% of his passes as his team mostly won without him being very involved. Colt McCoy (204 total yards, 1 TD, 1 INT) did throw a TD pass, but really that came...
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh.
The Ravens have really turned it on lately as they have won their last three games by a combined score of 71-40! The Colts on the other hand have lost every game they have played so far this year. But, on the bright side, they did play tough against the Panthers and Patriots the last two weekends. Don’t look for the Ravens to take it too easy on the Colts this weekend as...