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Ravens starting right tackle Michael Oher took a lot of criticism during the first month of the season, but has played well the past two weeks.
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As the Ravens fans endure another year of maddening and inconsistent football from their beloved purple and black team, a trip to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis on February 5, 2012, seems more likely now than it did following the ugly lost to the … [visit site to read more]Purple Passion: Will this be Ray Lewis’s last dance? - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan...
Since John Harbaugh took over as Head Coach, the Baltimore Ravens road to the Super Bowl always had one familiar and constant road block known as the Pittsburgh Steelers. In 2008, the Ravens were one win away from the Super Bowl and Steelers dashed the hopes of the first Rookie Head Coach and quarterback reaching the Super Bowl in their first season. In fact, in 2008 the Ravens...
We all saw Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco lead a game-winning 92-yard drive against the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday night. He was rewarded for that drive.
According to reports, Flacco was awarded the NFL GMC "Never Say Never Moment of the Week."
Congratulations to Flacco.
Left guard elated procedure ruled outAfter talking to former Ravens left tackle Jonathan Ogden about the turf toe injury that contributed to the future Hall of Famer's retiring after the 2007 season, left guard Ben Grubbs was understandably concerned about the strained ligaments in a toe on his right foot that had shelved him for six consecutive games.
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The Ravens need to make sure they don’t have a letdown like the week after the first win over the Steelers, when they got thumped 26-13 on the road by the Titans. The Seahawks have lost three games in a row by a combined score of 63-28! Here is a look at the matchups in this game:
When the Ravens have the ball: The Ravens aren’t going to change what they do this weekend...
Joe Flacco may have his critics, but the spectacular game- winning drive the Baltimore Ravens quarterback engineered against a bitter rival last weekend brought some more support over to his camp.
Linebacker: 'It won't change the way I play in this league'; Evans practicesRay Lewis ' hit on Hines Ward on Sunday was costly not only to the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver, but to the Ravens linebacker as well.
Includes Head Coach John Harbaugh.