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The Purple Chaos:
If the season ended today, the Baltimore Ravens would receive the No. 2 seed and a first-round bye in the playoffs. The only other time the Ravens have earned a first-round bye in their brief existence was in 2006. The New England Patriots would earn the No. 1 seed because they have a better conference [...]
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I had heard some rumblings about this before, but Jamison Hensley of ESPN confirmed it today. If the Ravens win their remaining four games, they will earn the AFC’s #1 seed and home field advantage throughout the playoffs, regardless of what the other teams in the race (New England, Houston) do from here on out.
The Ravens would capture the top seed in the AFC for the first time...
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...
Rice ran through a crapstorm in Cleveland
Finally – for the first time since way back in Week 3 – the Ravens were able to dominate an inferior opponent on the road, running roughshod over the Cleveland Browns for a 24-10 victory that wasn’t as close as the two touchdown final spread might indicate.
Ray Rice had a career day sloshing through the muddy much at Cleveland Stadium...
Going into Cleveland this Sunday the Baltimore Ravens had to be aware of their constant struggles against lesser opponents this season. Coming off of a huge win against the San Francisco 49ers, the Ravens had to keep their emotions in check and make sure that they get a victory against a Browns team that is clearly not on the same level.
Unfortunately for the Cleveland Browns, they...
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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Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
LB Jameel McClain
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs
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.
On Tuesday night, the league said that a decision regarding whether Ravens-Chargers will be flexed out of prime time will be made on Wednesday. The Ravens said it would come Wednesday morning. If it has been made, it has yet to be shared. As of this posting, the NFL has not announced whether Ravens-Chargers will…
Sunday, Dec.18 game could be moved to afternoonThe Ravens may not face the Denver Broncos and their much-hyped quarterback Tim Tebow this season, but they could get overshadowed by him.
The Ravens will try to extend their run and delight the Baltimore fans by
dropping the Indianapolis Colts to 0-13 on Sunday.