Found October 31, 2011 on
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
A BIT OF OL' RICE
ESPN reported that the Baltimore Ravens plan on using the franchise tag on Ray Rice after the season. Methinks Rice will get a bit of a raise from his current $600,000 salary.
So much is riding on the Steelers' shutting down RB Ray Rice and playing a more physical brand of football than the Ravens.
There are words and phrases that I hate.
Among my least favorite these days is, "Held accountable".
"The Coaches should be held accountable!" "The Polians should be held accountable!" "Jim Irsay should be held accountable!"
What does that even mean? Blamed? Fired? Given a stern talking to?
I believe people should say what they mean instead...
When the Steelers take on the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday night at Heinz Field, first place in the AFC North will be up for grabs. The Steelers have reeled off four straight wins heading into this game with their last loss coming against the Texans back in week 4 on the road. The Ravens are coming off of a home victory over the Cardinals, but it was not easy as they trailed 24-3...
If you're like me, chances are your fantasy football trade deadline is quickly approaching, and if you haven't already pulled the trigger yet...what are you waiting for? Related posts:
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Indianapolis owner Jim Irsay gave downtrodden Colts fans some hope on Tuesday when he tweeted about a possible end-of-season return for Peyton Manning.
1. Matt Forte, Chicago at Philadelphia
2. Michael Turner, Atlanta at Indianapolis
3. LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia vs Chicago
4. Ray Rice, Baltimore at Pittsburgh
5. Fred Jackson, Buffalo vs New York Jets
6. Arian Foster, Houston vs Cleveland
7. Ahmad Bradshaw, New York Giants at New England
8. Frank Gore, San Francisco at Washington
9. DeMarco Murray, Dallas vs Seattle
Funny thing is, Irsay probably could have helped his team had he dressed up as a receiver. [via Twitter] More »
Billy Cundiff kicked a 25-yard field goal as time expired, Ray Rice scored a career-high three touchdowns, and the Baltimore Ravens rallied from a 21-point deficit to beat the Arizona Cardinals 30-27 Sunday.
BALTIMORE (AP) Billy Cundiff kicked a 25-yard field goal as time expired, Ray Rice scored a career-high three touchdowns,
and the Baltimore Ravens rallied from a 21-point deficit to beat the Arizona Cardinals 30-27 Sunday.
Down by three touchdowns in the second quarter, the Baltimore Ravens were being jeered by the home crowd and in danger of losing another game to a sub-.500 opponent. What followed was the greatest comeback in the history of the franchise. Billy Cundiff kicked a 25-yard field goal as time expired, Ray Rice scored a career-high three touchdowns, and the Ravens rallied to beat the Arizona...
BALTIMORE - Billy Cundiff kicked a 25-yard field goal as time expired, Ray Rice scored a career-high three touchdowns,...
Happy Halloween, you football ghouls. I was pleasantly surprised to find our grocery store's candy offerings still in decent shape today despite the last-minute nature of my purchase. We live on the top of a pretty big hill in a neighborhood that doesn't seem to have a ton of kids, so we aren't really sure what to expect in terms of trick-or-treaters, but I must say I...