Found December 30, 2012 on
For the Ravens: LB Ray Lewis, LB Terrell Suggs, DT Haloti Ngata, WR Anquan Boldin, G Marshal Yanda, S Bernard Pollard and WR Tandon Doss
For the Bengals: DB Jason Allen, FS George Iloka, CB Terence Newman, TE Richard Quinn, WR Dane Sanzenbacher, DT Devon Still and DT Brandon Thompson
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It's been reported and speculated that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will play when the Ravens face the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the playoffs on Sunday, but you won't get that information from Ravens coach John Harbaugh. Lewis has missed the past 10 games with a torn triceps, and Harbaugh is reluctant to provide any information that may give the...
It was reported earlier today that Ravens running back Ray Rice will not play today. It looks like the Ravens have changed their minds and will have Rice start and play a few series’. Last second change with the Ravens. Ravens running back Ray Rice is active and is going to play a series or two. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 30, 2012 Need NFL Tickets? var _CI ...
The Ravens are resting receiver Anquan Boldin, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and linebacker Terrell Suggs against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday for a game that meant little to either team.
The Ravens already had won the AFC North and the Bengals had clinched the final wild card berth.
Boldin is inactive for the first time this season because of a bruised shoulder suffered during...
Joe Flacco went to the bench after only two series. Andy Dalton left at halftime. With little at stake, the Ravens and Bengals gave their regular-season finale more of a preseason feel.
Carlos Dunlap returned an interception 14 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter Sunday, sending the Cincinnati Bengals to a 23-17 victory over the Baltimore Ravens in a game that didn't...
This season is easily divided into two chapters, split at the bye week. The first was awful and better left forgotten, marred by ineffectiveness and missed opportunities. Fortunately, the second chapter has featured what would seem to be a completely different. And that is the team that will be making the trip to Houston in a few days.
I’ve learned several things about this team...
The Ravens are a perfect 4-0 under John Harbaugh in season finales. This one, though, is different than past season finales.
The Ravens have wrapped up the division (it was still in question last season), are almost certain to be the fourth seed and are nursing a high number of injuries. All that adds up to the Ravens being expected to rest players and get healthy for the playoffs...
The Cincinnati Bengals didn't look like a team that would contend for a postseason spot while being routed by the Baltimore Ravens in the season opener, but both these clubs are playoff-bound following their regular-season finale Sunday in Cincinnati.
Neither is paying much attention to the seemingly countless scenarios that will determine its opponent - including one that would...
You never want to celebrate a "loss"... but in losing 23-17 to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, the Ravens can still celebrate that they've won the AFC North Division title for the second year in a row---and they'll be hosting the Indianapolis Colts this weekend in what shapes up as dramatic classic theatre...
The team that left town will have to come to the...
Indianapolis at Baltimore Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore - TV: CBS *TV announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms *Keys to the game: The Ravens are 1-4 in their past five games and momentum is assuredly in the back pocket of the Colts, but Baltimore is loaded with postseason experience and can rotate Pro Bowl-caliber veterans to snap pressure points. Ray Rice...
The Ravens are trailing the Bengals midway through the third quarter. Cincinnati has had excellent field position aided by good punting by Kevin Huber.
Baltimore’s offense has sputtered with Tyrod Taylor running the show, but it means very little.
Josh Brown has kicked the Bengals into a 10-7 lead.
It’s a tied game in Cincinnati. On their latest offensive possession, Baltimore was pushed back to their own end zone. Cincinnati took advantage.
Punter Sam Koch was only able to punt the ball out to the Ravens’ 40-yard line. Andy Dalton hit Marvin Jones for his first-career touchdown reception.
The Bengals and Ravens are tied 7-7 as this game goes to halftime.
Santa was good to me this year. I got a Bengals toaster, a new authentic Dalton jersey and a playoff berth. It feels so good to be here. Playoff bound, a good core group of guys and a team that finally looks to be on the up-and-up. People will talk about this Sunday’s game against the Ravens and why is does or doesn’t matter (everyone knows that it does) but there is...