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Check out this Baltimore Ravens fan named “Real Fan Dan.” He ends up taking his shirt off and doing his own Ravens version of the Jets chant. What’s really disturbing is that he looks pregnant and the fans around him were telling him to take his shirt off.   [ Bleacher Report ] Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Ravens fan takes shirt off to fire up crowd (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Ravens fall short, lose to Packers 19-17

Green Bay QB Aaron Rodgers hit big plays at the right time, and Green Bay's injury plagued defense manhandled the defending Super Bowl champions Baltimore Ravens in a 19-17 win.

Ravens Sideline Photographer Suffers Torn Achilles After Getting Knocked Down, Finishes Game in Boot (GIFs)

Step aside Kobe Bryant because Baltimore Ravens team photographer Bill Hoffman absolutely shattered the recovery time for a torn Achilles on Sunday afternoon. The sideline photographer suffered the gruesome injury after Baltimore wide receiver Tandon Moss barreled into him while snagging a Joe Flacco pass out of bounds near the end zone. A Green Bay defender pushed Moss, leading...

McKinnie, Cody inactive for Ravens vs Packers

Left tackle Bryant McKinnie and defensive tackle Terrence Cody have been placed on the Baltimore Ravens' inactive list against the Green Bay Packers. McKinnie appears to be a healthy scratch. He was not listed on Friday's injury report and lost his starting job to Eugene Monroe, who is slated to make his Baltimore debut Sunday after being obtained on Oct. 2 in a trade with...

Jacoby Jones is Active

Ravens receiver Jacoby Jones (knee0 will return to the field for the first time since Week 1.Fantasy Spin:Jones will probably end up sharing snaps with Marlon Brown and not be a great fantasy option this week versus Green Bay.

Ravens’ Superfan ‘Real Fan Dan’ Looks Like He Swallowed Ray Rice

  I wonder if Ravens’ superfan “Real Fan Dan” ripped off the shirt yesterday when Baltimore was down 3-0, 6-0 or 19-17 to…

Joe Flacco Tops 300 Yards vs. Green Bay

Baltimore QB Joe Flacco (20-for-34, 342 yds, 2 TD Sunday against the Packers) has now thrown for at least 300 yards in two of his last three games.Fantasy Spin:Unfortunately for Flacco, both of those 300-yard efforts have come in Ravens losses. Flacco isn't usually prone to throwing interceptions but this season, he's actually tossed more picks (eight) than touchdowns (seven).

Harbaugh disagrees with Rodgers, has no problem with Elam's hit

Just before the half of last Sunday's Packers-Ravens game Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers connected with wideout Randall Cobb who was promptly tackled by Baltimore safety Matt Elam. The problem and it's one we've seen countless times since the league began cracking down on head shots: Elam went low on Cobb who suffered a fractured fibula and could be out 6-8 weeks...

Ravens lose battle at point of attack---Packers 19, Baltimore 17...

The Baltimore Ravens (now 3-3) lost their push on the offensive line and lost their running game--- and as a result, lost a home game which they could have otherwise won against the Green Bay Packers (3-2). Any time a defense holds Aaron Rodgers to 19 points like the Ravens did this past Sunday, you expect that team to win. But the Ravens' offense sputtered in the running...

Source: Packers WR Randall Cobb to miss 6-8 weeks

Wide receiver Randall Cobb suffered a fractured fibula in Green Bay's 19-17 win over the Baltimore Ravens and will miss 6-8 weeks a source said Monday. The third-year wide receiver left Sunday's game in the first half after absorbing a low tackle from Baltimore's Matt Elam. He left the game later returning on crutches. The source indicated that Cobb nearly broke the...

Packers defeat Ravens; WRs Cobb and Jones injured

BALTIMORE– In a battle of former Super Bowl MVPs, defense was the deciding factor as the Green Bay Packers defeated the Baltimore Ravens. As notoriously known for their defense, the Ravens pressured Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers all game, and while he was under pressure throughout, he was able to step up and make plays. Rodgers […]

Grading the Ravens using PFF metrics...

So you had a bad day against Green bad was it? How do you measure "bad" besides just going by the final score? Garrett Downing at the Ravens' site pulled out the individual grades given to each player by the Pro Football Focus people. The coaches use a grading system which is similar to PFF's. Note: PFF grades each individual player...

Packers Block Ravens’ Punt on 4th-and-13, But Baltimore Recovers for First Down Anyway (GIF)

The Packers had a rough start to the day on offense. Fortunately, their defense was pulling out all the stops to make plays. After putting up yet another impressive defensive stand midway through the first half, the Packers forced the Ravens to punt on a 4th-and-13. But when Sam Koch tried to get the kick off, a Packers defender streaked out in front of him and got a piece of the...

Packers Get By Ravens: 5 Things We Learned

Aaron Rodgers did not have the best game of his career. But he was at his best when it counted.The all-world quarterback was much maligned by a Baltimore Ravens defense that showed tenacity all day. He outdueled Joe Flacco as the Packers earned a hard fought win in Baltimore, 19-17.While these two teams can score at will, the game was played more like a struggle of wills. As Rodgers...

Ravens Must Fix Run Game if They're Going to Contend

But at 3-3, it's also fair to say they aren't a great team either. The Cincinnati Bengals have looked the part of AFC North favorites all year and now they have a one game lead over the Ravens. Despite being defending Super Bowl Champions, there's really no strong evidence to indicate that the Ravens are a sure bet to even make the playoffs this year. Really for the...
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