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Wide receiver/kick returner David Reed had a very rough day in Sunday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks. He fumbled on two kick returns and was penalized on another for unsportsmanlike conduct. It led to his benching.
Wide receiver Torrey Smith and cornerback Chris Carr took over return responsibilities for the rest of the game.
At Monday's press conference, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the team is still looking for a returner, according to this tweet by Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times.
That doesn't sound good for Reed's future as a returner. This could be a situation to watch, but I think Reed will be given a few more chances before the Ravens make a move.
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I am a fan, I’m not a coach. I possess a lot of football knowledge but I have actually never even played a down of organized football in my life (soccer was my fall sport). My knowledge about this gridiron game should never be even in the same ballpark as that of a professional NFL coach or coordinator. Unfortunately, it seems that with a certain coach in Baltimore, it is.
The Baltimore Ravens' most glaring weakness could cost them an opportunity to utilize their strongest quality in the playoffs.
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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 [...]
Ravens coach John Harbaugh made it abundantly clear to reporters on Monday that he had no interest in talking about letdowns, psychology and the big picture. He just wanted to talk about football, which explains why he said "football" nine times in 30 seconds during his press conference. [via Baltimore Sports Report]
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.
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh.
Seattle holds off Baltimore for 22-17 victory
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Published 03:35 a.m., Monday, November 14, 2011
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