Found January 15, 2012 on
Sunday’s 20-13 win was ugly and it was too close for comfort, but that’s how the Ravens roll. And thanks to the play of Lardarius Webb, Ed Reed and the Baltimore defense, the Ravens are rolling to their second AFC championship game in coach John Harbaugh’s four seasons as head coach. They will play the New England Patriots on the road next Sunday, and if the Ravens pull off the upset, they are headed to the Super Bowl.
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Ravens safety Ed Reed, appearing on SiriusXM NFL Radio earlier today, essentially blamed the struggles of the Ravens offense Sunday on Joe Flacco. That’s right, the same Flacco who can’t seem to get any respect. Now the shots are coming from his own teammates. Anyway, Reed claimed the Texans defense...
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Ed Reed seals win with Baltimore's fourth takeaway
For all of his talent as a passer, and his very good regular season and post season records during his first four years in the NFL, Joe Flacco is not generally considered to be among the upper tier of quarterbacks in the NFL.
As good as his won/loss numbers may look, Flacco’s stats suggest to many that the Ravens win in spite of him more than they win because of him, with defense...
Baltimore comes up with four turnovers, including two interceptions by Lardarius Webb, in an AFC divisional playoff game.Unable to move the ball for nearly three quarters, the Baltimore Ravens turned to a familiar formula to prolong their season and book their trip to the AFC title game.
A fierce defense led by linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed came up with four turnovers, leading the Ravens to a 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday and into the AFC Championship Game.
There was plenty to talk about this past weekend for the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. Perhaps the biggest storyline was the Giants knocking off the defending champion Packers Sunday night, 37-20. At the start of the Playoffs, most people were sure that the Packers would make a back-to-back Super Bowl appearance.
Another shocking game came one day earlier, when the 49ers...
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh and Ravens players.
You have to think Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross could use the Kobe System seminar right now.
Ross has already failed to reel in two big fish, missing on John Harbaugh and Jeff Fisher the past two offseasons, and now the Dolphins must finish executing plan B of their head coaching search, which will likely involve hiring one of the NFL’s hot, young coordinators.
Problem is there’s...