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When the Baltimore Ravens travel to Foxborough, Mass., to face off against the New England Patriots in the AFC...
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Joe Flacco, the fourth-year quarterback of the Baltimore Ravens, has a habit of winning. He’s won 44 games in his first four seasons. For those of us that are mathematically challenged (I am), that’s 11 wins a season on average. Tough to beat, huh?Even with all those wins, there are still questions about Flacco.One thing in particular that got attention was from Ed Reed. Reed...
Excluding any major setbacks, the Baltimore Ravens will have their entire 53-man roster available for Sunday’s AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots. Safety Ed Reed (ankle), who was limited the past two days in practice, had a full practice on Friday and is officially listed as probable for the game in New England, [...]
The Baltimore Ravens' defense intends to spend much of Sunday afternoon harassing New England quarterback Tom Brady and burying him in the pocket.
Until that time, the game plan evidently is to smother him with praise.
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs got into a shouting match with Brady in 2009 after the quarterback appeared to be demanding a penalty flag for a late hit. More...
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick met the media today at his team prepared to meet the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship. If you were expecting any bulletin board material from The Hoodie...right, you weren't. As expected, Belichick showed nothing but love and respect for the Ravens, specifically, veterans Ed Reed and Ray Lewis."I don't know how...
Could wide receiver's 30-yard catch be a springboard?Lee Evans’ 30-yard catch in the third quarter of the Ravens’ 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans in Sunday’s AFC divisional round was the second longest of his season and nearly accounted for half of the receiving yardage (74) he had accrued in the regular season.
Skeptical that Joe Flacco can outduel Tom Brady this Sunday? You ain't alone. Ravens safety Ed Reed took a moment on Monday to say what everyone already thinks of Flacco:
I think a couple of times he needed to get rid of the ball. It just didn't look like he had a hold on the offense... He can't play like [he did against the Texans].
The thing you have to understand...
Super Bowl quarterback says his Ravens teammates were more 'secure' in their defensive abilitiesESPN analyst Trent Dilfer Thursday attributed Ed Reed's negative comments earlier in the week about Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco to "insecurity" on the part of Reed and the Ravens defense.
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Backup running back averaged 4.7 yards on six carries vs. TexansWhile much of the firestorm around Ravens free safety Ed Reed's comments on SiriusXM satellite radio on Monday centered on his critique of quarterback Joe Flacco, Reed also stated his belief that Ricky Williams should have gotten a few more carries in the team's 20-13 win against the Houston Texans in Sunday...
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Of the four remaining teams vying for the NFL championship, the Baltimore Ravens own the lone sputtering offense.