Found September 18, 2012 on
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QUOTH THE RAVEN
The Ravens quarterback has seen enough and following a questionably called game against the Eagles, Joe Flacco said the replacement refs are "affecting the integrity of the game."
Most of the stories coming out of the Baltimore Ravens’ camp center around bad officiating, calls that went against the Ravens when they needed a score, or calls that were never made. Yes, the replacement referees leave much to be desired. But, they are making and missing bad calls for everyone. The Ravens lost Sunday because of a lack of focus on a pivotal play on defense and...
Old habits die hard. No shock then that throughout Baltimore can be heard the resounding cry: Run the ball! Cam Cameron critics, briefly silenced by a dominating offensive performance in Week 1, are back on their horses and calling for the offensive coordinator's head. They're right. But for the wrong reasons.The problem with the Ravens' game plan against the Eagles was...
This touchdown pass from Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco to WR Jacoby Jones gave their team a 14-7 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles midway through the second quarter on Sunday. Jones then proceeded to celebrate by giving the folks in Philly a fine lesson in imaginary juggling. However, it would be the Eagles who got the last laugh in this one as QB Michael Vick scored a touchdown...
This is becoming a recurring theme each week this NFL season. Replacement officials botch a few calls that have an impact on the outcome of certain games, and then players gripe about the lack of quality in the officiating. But the reality is that players are justified in their assessments. Ray Lewis is just the most recent example of a player taking issue with the replacement refs...
Joe Flacco had the ball on target and a Ravens touchdown in Joe Jacoby's grasp.
Flacco's celebration was short lived.
Jacoby was whistled for offensive pass interference and the TD was wiped out. What should have been a 10-point lead turned into a field goal two plays later. The penalty and lost touchdown came back to cost Baltimore in a 24-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles...
There are plenty of good matchups this weekend, and the best may be a rematch of one of last season's best games. The Patriots are heading on the road this weekend for a primetime throwdown with the Baltimore Ravens, a rematch of last year's AFC championship thriller. Both clubs are coming off losses in Week 2, which makes this week's tilt even more important. Get that...
Tom Brady Set To Battle Ravens -
Both teams played each other for the AFC Championship just one whole season ago. And after week 3, one of these teams will be below the .500 mark.
And you can bet your bottom dollar that Tom Brady will keep his eyes on the Ravens defensive anchor, Ray Lewis.
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Michael Vick scored on a 1-yard TD run with 1:55 left, helping the Philadelphia Eagles overcome a slew of turnovers to beat the Baltimore Ravens 24-23 on Sunday.
Rookie kicker Justin Tucker made field goals of 56, 51 and 48 yards for the Ravens, but Joe Flacco couldn't get Baltimore (1-1) in his range in the final minute.
Flacco overthrew Ray Rice on fourth-and-1 from the Ravens...
The Ravens fell short on Sunday, but improved QB play put Pittsburgh and Cincinnati in the winners' circle. Stephen Stone has the AFC North lowdown.
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Week 3 Ride ‘Em Or Hide ‘Em RBs
You don’t need me to tell you to start Arian Foster, Ray Rice, or LeSean McCoy…my mom could figure that out. Let’s look at some other matchups that could be favorable this week:
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Week RB PPR Rankings
Ray Rice (BAL vs NE)
Arian Foster (HOU at DEN)
LeSean McCoy (PHI at ARI)
C.J. Spiller (BUF at CLE)
10 yards a carry...