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Standing in the Ravens locker room, Dennis Pitta slipped the blue AFC North Champions cap onto his head and tugged it tight.
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Jarret Johnson aided the Bengals’ cause with a personal foul penalty as Cincinnati kicked a field goal on their second drive of the game.That drive was preceded by a 70-yard touchdown run by Ravens running back Ray Rice and a field goal by Billy Cundiff.At the end of the first quarter, the Ravens lead Cincinnati 10-3. Bookmark It Hide Sites $$('div.d28110').each...
The Atlanta Falcons have been maddeningly inconsistent this year. They’ve stumbled into the playoffs this year as opposed to how they charged in last season after having grabbed the number one seed which makes you wonder: can they get it together in time to finally give Coach Mike Smith his first playoff win? The way things are looking right now my guess would be a resounding no...
Running back leads NFL in runs of 40+ yardsRay Rice not only established a career best with 1,364 rushing yards, but the Ravens running back also leads the NFL in runs of at least 40 yards with five.
With Billy Cundiff healthy, Shayne Graham would be cut if Ravens feel they need to add a playerRavens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that with kicker Billy Cundiff returning to the lineup in Sunday’s 24-16 win over the Cincinnati Bengals, Shayne Graham’s stint with the Ravens may be nearing its end. Harbaugh said he would like to keep both kickers on the 53-man roster, but if...
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Following the completion of the National Football League (NFL) regular season last weekend, four Syracuse football alums have the opportunity to continue their seasons as the 2012 NFL Playoffs begin on Saturday. Arthur Jones and Jameel McClain of the Baltimore Ravens, Doug Hogue from Detroit and Derrell Smith from Houston will all have the chance to compete for a spot in Super Bowl...
Ray Rice had a pair of long touchdown runs Sunday night, steadying Baltimore to a 24-16 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals that gave the Ravens their third AFC North title and the No. 2 seed in the playoffs.
Ray Rice had a pair of long touchdown runs
Sunday night, steadying Baltimore to a 24-16 victory over the
Cincinnati Bengals that gave the Ravens their third AFC North title
and the No. 2 seed in the playoffs.
It was a long, winding road with plenty of twists and turns, but with Sunday’s 24-16 win against the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens have won the AFC North for the first time in the John Harbaugh era. The Ravens were on the ropes late in the fourth quarter. But the team’s most valuable players, Terrell Suggs and Ray Rice, sealed the win with a forced fumble and another long touchdown...
The Ravens clinched a title and headed home, which is the only place they want to be at this time of the season. Ray Rice had a pair of long touchdown runs on Sunday night, leading Baltimore to a 24-16 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals that gave the Ravens their third AFC North title and the No. 2 seed in the playoffs.