Found October 04, 2011 on
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I wrote a quick State of the Redskins post Tuesday to look at the team during their bye week. Now I’m thinking this idea could work for every team during their bye. (As long as I’m not too lazy to follow through with the idea.) Next up: The 3-1 Baltimore Ravens. Ravens are early AFC North…
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Outside linebacker Jarrett Johnson is one of the toughest, most durable players in franchise history, and is finally getting his due. Johnson has been named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for week four. He’s the third Ravens linebacker in the first four weeks of the season to win the award, following Terrell Suggs and Ray [...]
Ravens players were pleasantly surprised when head coach John Harbaugh gave them the week off during the bye week. Harbaugh found that getting healthy was more important than a few extra days of practice.With our numbers, we just didn’t see a way to put together a viable practice. Our rehab is more important. We think the practices really would have done us more harm than they...
If there is one word that sums up last nights Ravens’ 34-17 win over the New York Jets it’s defense. The Ravens reminded their former defensive coordinator, Rex Ryan, before a nationally-televised audience, when it comes to having a physical and opportunistic defense, the Ravens are still in a class of their own. The Ravens [...]
In one of the stranger games you’ll ever see (the two teams set an NFL record for return touchdowns in a single game with five total), the Ravens successfully defended their home turf against Rex Ryan and his band of blowhards, earning themselves a 34-17 victory and a share of the AFC lead at 3-1 heading into their much needed bye week.
How strange was it?
Well, Ravens quarterback...
Quickly fix your eyes on Ray Rice when the ball is snapped, because Joe Flacco gets all the replay love. Rice, all 5'8" of him, stomps a mudhole in Jets cornerback Donald Strickland on his way out of the backfield, and then ends up making the reception -- again in front of Strickland.
This one's not going on Donald Strickland's highlight reel.
It was one of the...
OWINGS MILLS, MD. (AP) - The current members of the Baltimore Ravens defense speak in reverent tones about the play of the 2000 unit, which set a record for fewest points allowed en route to winning the Super Bowl."We have unbelievable respect for those guys," linebacker Jarret Johnson said Monday. ...
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The current members of the Baltimore Ravens defense speak in reverent tones about the play of the 2000 unit, which set a record for fewest points allowed en route to winning the Super Bowl.
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BALTIMORE - Rex Ryan left the Ravens in January 2009 for the chance to be a head coach, yet echoes of his tenure in Baltimore remain.
And not so much from his rather loud mouth, although if one listened hard enough, perhaps a few of his words still reverberate through the Ravens' complex.
Ryan left his mark with his defensive philosophies during his four years as coordinator...