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Of the four remaining teams vying for the NFL championship, the Baltimore Ravens own the lone sputtering offense.

Flacco not concerned about Ed Reed’s comments

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...

Who Decided to Throw the Ball Late in the Fourth Quarter Sunday?

After stagnating all afternoon following the first quarter, when they capitalized on a couple short fields following turnovers, the Ravens offense looked to have finally come alive with about seven minutes remaining in their 20-13 Divisional Playoff win over the Houston Texans. In seven plays, they had moved the ball from their own 29 yard line to the Houston 31 on the strength of...

The time is now for Joe Flacco to rise up for the Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens are somehow 5-3 in games started by Joe Flacco in the playoffs.  That is greatly a by product of the Ravens’ defense and running game which has carried them the last few years.  Flacco has played in 8 playoff games so far in his NFL career and he has completed 122 of 211 passes (53.1%) for 1,226 yards with 6 TD passes and 7 INTs (66.2 QB Rating).  He also has carried...

Ravens will wait until Sunday to rough up Brady

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...

Bill Belichick Shows The Love To Ed Reed And Ray Lewis

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...

Ravens hope Evans just getting started

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.

The Ravens Problem: Joe Flacco Isn't Getting Any Better

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...

"There are indictments in the Baltimore Ravens stat pack as well from 2011. And most of them are..."

“There are indictments in the Baltimore Ravens stat pack as well from 2011. And most of them...

T-Sizzle vs. Skip Bayless: Round 3

(See Round 1 and Round 2 here) Ah, the … [visit site to read more] T-Sizzle vs. Skip Bayless: Round 3 - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird - A Baltimore Ravens Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Baltimore Ravens playoff report: Flacco says Reed's criticism 'not a big a deal'

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Jarret Johnson doesn't mind underdog label vs. Patriots

Linebacker said team fares better psychologically as underdogThe Ravens are at least a touchdown – or more, according to some oddsmakers – underdog to the New England Patriots in Sunday’s AFC championship game.

Patriots Look to Avenge Ugly Loss to Baltimore in 2009-10 Wild Card Round

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick surely will have what transpired January 10, 2010 on their minds when they welcome the Ravens to town for the AFC Championship game. From the onset, Gillette Stadium’s eerily silent crowd could only watch with their collective mouths open. A week removed from Wes Welker’s knee blowout in the final regular season game in Houston, with questions abound...
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