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A fierce defense led by linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed came up with four turnovers, leading the Ravens to a 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday and into the AFC Championship Game.
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Baltimore Ravens veteran linebacker Ray Lewis is focused on the playoffs - not time off.
Prior to Sunday's postseason victory over the Houston Texans, Lewis told the NFL Network that he's not interested in entertaining any thoughts of retirement while there are games to play.
"Let me sum it up for all players: this is a one-time thing," Lewis said in the interview...
After watching Ed Reed get carried off the field at the end of Sunday’s win over the Texans, it looked as if he suffered a serious injury that would keep him out a while.
Reed said after the game that he’d be fine and it seems that he was indeed telling the truth.
On Monday, Reed said his ankle wasn’t bothering him much and the X-ray’s he underwent showed no serious damage...
Ravens safety Ed Reed had to be carried off the field late in Sunday’s win over the Texans. It looked ugly, but early indications are that Reed wasn’t seriously hurt. Coach John Harbaugh said Reed was “Okay” and the team suffered no serious injuries against Houston. Reed did multiple post-game interviews and walked off the…
It was Ray Lewis who pointed out after Sunday's defensive stand against the Houston Texans that there's no percentage in trying to draw any conclusions about next week's AFC Championship Game based on the performance of the Ravens and New England Patriots in the divisional round of the playoffs.
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Ed Reed seals win with Baltimore's fourth takeaway
A fierce defense led by Ray Lewis and Ed Reed came up with four turnovers to lead Baltimore to a 20-13 victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday, sending the…Click to Continue »
Like Ray Lewis, Ravens center not looking ahead to futureMatt Birk shot down a report by NFL analyst and former general manager Charlie Casserly on CBS’ pre-game show stating that the Ravens center intended to retire from football after this season.
Sunday’s 20-13 win was ugly and it was too close for comfort, but that’s how the Ravens roll. And thanks to the play of Lardarius Webb, Ed Reed and the Baltimore defense, the Ravens are rolling to their second AFC championship game in coach John Harbaugh’s four seasons as head coach. They will play the New England Patriots on the road next Sunday, and if the Ravens pull off...