Found October 25, 2011 on
The Ravens got absolutely shut down by the ball hogging Jaguars. Joe Flacco had another rough night as he completed 21 of 38 passes for 137 yards with 1 TD pass and 1 INT. Ray Rice also couldn’t get going as carried the ball 8 times for 28 yards (3.5 ypc) and he also caught 5 passes for 35 yards (7.0 avg). WR Anquan Boldin (4 rec, 40 yards), WR Torrey Smith (3 rec, 32 yards) and TE Ed Dickson (4 rec, 23 yards) led the way for the Ravens in the passing game yesterday. The Ravens carried the ball 12 times for 34 yards (2.8 ypc) and they also completed 21 of 38 passes (55.3%) for 112 yards as they only had possession of the ball for 23:45.
The defense was very solid for the Ravens once again last night. LBs Ray Lewis (8 tackles, 1 pass defensed) and Jameel McClain (7 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss and 1 fumble recovery) led the way for the Ravens on D last night. CB Cary Williams pitched in with 7 tackles and 1 pass defensed. The defense played well enough to win in this game, too...
BEST OF MAXIM
In this video, we get to see what happens behind the scenes at a Peyton Hillis/Ray Rice commercial shoot for Ripfire bodybuilding supplements. Ray ray shows off his rapping abilities as Peyton blows through a hardcore lifting routine for the cameras. Both of these dudes are jacked-up, so Ripfire has got to be legit, right!?
These rival running backs seemed to be getting along...
The Holiday Season is nearing and it is a time for giving and receiving. On Thanksgiving, we give thanks and for Christmas we give and receive presents to one another. For most, people will give thanks for the things they have in their life, their family and whatever else people want to give thanks for. Well this Thanksgiving when the Pittsburgh Steelers are eating their turkey,...
Quarterback Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens offense couldn't get anything going against the Jacksonville Jaguars Monday night, picking up their initial first down of the game in the third quarter.
That was one ugly half of football. It ended with the Jacksonville Jaguars leading the Baltimore Ravens 6-0.
Ray Rice has a fumble. Maurice Jones-Drew has two fumbles and the Ravens have sacked Blaine Gabbert four times.
The problem is the Ravens have zero first downs. Zero. They haven't been able to move the ball against the Jacksonville defense. Baltimore's defense...
I need to chat with Joe Flacco. Only Joe, a fellow Jersey guy, could know how I'm feeling this week.
Here I was, coasting along nicely, looking ahead, and enjoying the many fruits (media accolades, handshakes from strangers on the street, the adoration of men and women alike) that went along with an impressive 65-25 record with my Cheat Sheet picks through seven weeks.
Pro Bowl running back said he's not worried about getting his touchesRay Rice set season lows in carries (eight), rushing yards (28) and total yards from scrimmage (63) in the Ravens’ 12-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday night, but the starting tailback said his role in the offense hasn’t been diminished.
QUOTH THE RAVEN
Following Monday night's woeful offensive performance, the LB questioned the play-calling by asking why Ray Rice only had seven carries and why Anquan Boldin was a non-factor.
The offensive performance last night by the Baltimore Ravens was of the one worst performances in team history, to say the least. Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs wasted no time calling out the team on its approach. “It baffles me that Ray Rice only had seven carries,” Suggs said. He was off on Rice’s carries by [...]
Ravens coach fine with Suggs' comments, says everybody is on same pageA day after Terrell Suggs questioned why running back Ray Rice got only eight carries in a 12-7 Monday night loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Ravens coach John Harbaugh essentially agreed with his outspoken linebacker.
1. Adrian Peterson, Minnesota at Carolina
2. Fred Jackson, Buffalo vs Washington
3. Arian Foster, Houston vs Jacksonville
4. Ahmad Bradshaw, New York Giants vs Miami
5. Ray Rice, Baltimore vs Arizona
6. Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville at Houston
7. Pierre Thomas, New Orleans at St. Louis
8. Frank Gore, San Francisco vs Cleveland
9. Chris Johnson, Tennessee vs Indianapolis
Every season, a few surprise studs come out of fantasy Siberia to reward savvy owners who had the foresight to select them in the later rounds of the draft. A season ago, Adrian Foster, Peyton Hillis and Brandon Lloyd come to mind. Ray Rice, Miles Austin and Sidney Rice were unlikely heroes in 2009. And so on and so forth.