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Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts: The saga continues. Great title for a movie, right? At best, the story between the city of Baltimore and the Colts should be a soap opera – As The Hate Turns or Indianapolis and the Colts-less. You get the picture.
Well, Sunday’s playoff matchup between the Colts and Ravens is wrapped with many chapters.
The Colts return to the city they left, Indianapolis will face their former head coach in Jim Caldwell, who is now the Ravens’ offensive coordinator, the Ravens will battle against their former beloved defensive coordinator in Chuck Pagano, who is now the Colts’ head coach, and rookie quarterback Andrew Luck’s postseason debut.
Wow, Hollywood could not write this.
“Man, this has been a great year, a storybook ending,” said Colts’ wide receiver Reggie Wayne. “Let’s keep it going. Hopefully we can continue to write this movie.”
Nevertheless, the biggest subplot to this drama for Sunday is the possibility that this could be the final appearance o
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Andrew Luck has been reminded all week about the playoff perils for rookie quarterbacks.
He won't be the only Colts player experiencing the NFL's postseason tournament for the first time Sunday in Baltimore.
Indianapolis ha 28 players making playoff debuts, and they aren't just all the usual suspects, either. Luck and the most productive offensive rookies, in terms...
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh told the media that linebacker Ray Lewis is ready to go at full speed this week, even though he just came off the injured reserve list.“He’s ready to go. He’s going to play in this game and he should be full speed,” said Harbaugh.Even though Lewis is healthy and is at full speed, he’s going to be rusty because he’s been he’s...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is ready for the final chapter of his career. Coach John Harbaugh confirmed Friday that the 17-year veteran linebacker will return from a torn triceps injury for Sunday's AFC wild-card game against the Indianapolis Colts in Baltimore. Lewis suffered the injury Oct. 14 and had missed 10 games in the regular season. He returned to practice...
The Cincinnati Bengals just suffered another play off loss. Of course Bengals fans are already calling for a GM, new coaches, and another QB. This team, however, is a team on the rise, as most serious football fans can see.Owner Mike Brown and head coach Marvin Lewis have effectively put together a very solid core of young, talented players. Andy Dalton has put up numbers that rival...
The Baltimore Ravens have the home field advantage going into today’s game as they take on the Indianapolis Colts at M & T Bank Stadium. They even have the, albeit slight, emotional edge heading into this one as legendary and sure fire first ballot hall of famer, Ray Lewis said he was going to hang [...]The post Keys To Victory for the Baltimore Ravens appeared first on Queen City Sports.
While Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to
be back to full-go today against the Indianapolis Colts, safety Bernard
Pollard, wide receiver Tandon Doss and offensive lineman Jah Reid are all
questionable to suit up.
Pollard, Doss and Reid have all been able to practice
throughout the week, but each player has only been able to do so on a limited
basis. Pollard is...
The Indianapolis Colts came out of Baltimore with a playoff loss in the wildcard weekend, but despite the defeat, the 2012 for the Indianapolis Colts should be considered a success. The 2011, Peyton Manning-less version of the Colts was a complete disaster. In the course of just one season, the future for the Colts looks bright moving forward, anchored by an impressive rookie quarterback...
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network expects Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians to become a hot head coaching candidate next week as he goes to interview with the Bears, Eagles and possibly the Chargers.The love for Arians is two-fold. His knowledge of the quarterback position stands out. From making life simple forPittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger, and essentially...
The Ravens’ defense has played well with Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Haloti Ngata and Ed Reed all playing together for the first time this season. However, they’ve gotten little help from the offense.
Ray Rice fumbled in the red zone on the Ravens first possession. That ended a promising drive that began at their own 48-yard line.
The Colts returned the favor when Andrew Luck coughed...
Inside linebacker Ray Lewis will be active for his final home game at M&T Bank Stadium against the Indianapolis Colts.
For the Colts: RB Delone Carter, DT Kellen Heard, S Delano Howell, OT Tony Hills, WR Nathan Palmer, G Joe Reitz and CB Teddy Williams
For the Ravens: S Omar Brown, DT Bryan Hall, LB Adrian Hamilton, G/T Ramon Harewood, CB Chris Johnson, G Jah Reid and WR Deonte Thompson