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Rookie taking first healthy scratch in strideLaQuan Williams was deactivated for the first time prior to the Ravens’ 24-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns last Sunday, but the rookie wide receiver took the move in stride.
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It seems the Ravens only beat the Colts once every ten years--- so Sunday's game playing against the snake-bit Indianapolis franchise without Peyton Manning is a big chance for the Ravens to change that old trend.Here's our staff writer Ron Benamor again with a nice 3rd-quarter summary of where the Ravens are right now as kickoff time looms at M&T Bank Stadium:Quarterly...
Ray Lewis who? Okay, I won’t be that dramatic, but Terrell Suggs, also known as the President of Ball So Hard University, has been anchoring this defense very well since the absence of Ray Lewis. Terrell Suggs recorded three sacks and three forced fumbles in the Ravens 24-10 domination of the Indianapolis Colts.
Suggs’s three sacks this Sunday gives him 13 on the season which...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Indianapolis Colts, the fourth consecutive game he's missed because of a turf toe injury.
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Terrell Suggs had three sacks and forced three fumbles as part of an overwhelming defensive performance by the Baltimore Ravens, who kept the Indianapolis Colts winless with a 24-10 victory Sunday.
BALTIMORE - Terrell Suggs had three sacks and forced three fumbles as part of an overwhelming defensive performance...
Six Things to Watch for in Sunday's Colts Ravens Game
Orlovsky is going to have to worry about sacks this week.
Last week the Colts beat expectations (and the spread), but ultimately still lost their 12th straight game. This week, it's another rivalry game with the Ravens. Assuming you still tune in on Sundays, here's what to watch for:
1. Watch for sacks. The Ravens...
Graham was Ravens' backup planBarring a late setback, Pro Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff will be ready to go for the Ravens-Indianapolis Colts game tomorrow.
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The Trojan Horse: Colts at Ravens (Game 13) - Naptown's Finest - Naptown's Finest - An Indianapolis Colts Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The Ravens have everything to play for Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. They need to win to stay ahead of the streaking Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC North. The Indianapolis Colts? They’re playing to avoid infamy. That shouldn’t be understated, though it’s also hard to ignore the wide gap in talent between these two teams. Here are five storylines to watch on Sunday as the...