Found December 12, 2011 on
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Ray Lewis missed a fourth consecutive game Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts. In his absence over the last month, we’ve gotten a small taste of what life might be like for the Ravens without the man who pioneered this franchise. For just about everyone in Charm City, it’s difficult to imagine life without the spirit [...]
The Baltimore Ravens took another major step in securing a postseason berth, and the miserable Indianapolis Colts took another step closer to matching one of the NFL’s most dubious record. Baltimore (10-3) dominated the Colts (0-13), limiting them to just 167 yards of total offense, most of which came when the game was already decided. [...]
Much to the delight of the contingent of Ravens fans who can’t get the Miami game in 2007 out of their minds, the Ravens came out on Sunday and did exactly what they should have done in dominating a winless Colts team for four quarters. Sure, they didn’t come out and hang 40 on the scoreboard like many would have liked, but a late (as in, last play of the game late) touchdown...
Even without Lewis, Baltimore still ravenous on defense
A month ago today, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis suffered a foot injury in Seattle. He has yet to play since then. And he likewise hasn’t said much to the media. Lewis spoke to CSNBaltimore.com today, after speaking at a community event in downtown Baltimore. “I’m feeling way better,” Lewis said, adding that he believes he’ll…
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.
Ravens linebacker had three sacks and three forced fumbles versus ColtsRavens linebacker Terrell Suggs continues to dominate the AFC's top defensive honor.
It has been a strange couple of years for Jared Gaither, who has gone from starting at left tackle in Baltimore to manning the position in San Diego -- with stops in John Harbaugh’s doghouse and Kansas City along the way.
The Ravens did their thing again Sunday, beating the winless Indianapolis Colts in another anxiety-free game. But that doesn’t mean the Ravens didn’t feel anxious afterward as they watched other AFC contenders handle their business, too, with the New England Patriots holding off a last-minute Washington Redskins rally and the Houston Texans stunning the Cincinnati Bengals with...