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You may have seen that Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice throw his first NFL touchdown pass against the Seattle Seahawks last Sunday. The Ravens lost that game, 22-17, but it appears as if that play unleashed a monster in the great halfback.
Not content to outdo Joe Flacco from a quarterback rating perspective (118.8 to 67.4 — after all, it's tough to top one throw for one touchdown!), Rice hit a recent press conference with a Baltimore Orioles hat.
The big news around Baltimore has been the return of the cartoon bird on the team's caps (in some cities, you take your baseball news where you can get it), but Rice hoped to add to that newsworthy action. When asked whether he was angling for tickets, Rice said, "I was hoping to throw out the first pitch [at a game] — I proved I can throw now!"
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh may have wanted to remind Rice what his primary sports should be in this recent press conference, in which he repeated the word "Foo...
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Who would have thought that at this point in the season the premiere match-up of the week would be the Baltimore Ravens (6-3) against the Cincinnati Bengals (6-3)? Both teams are tied for second place in the AFC North, and with the Steelers looking like they are back to their winning ways, this game could have playoff like implications.
Cincinnati has easily been the surprise of...
Ray Rice carried the ball eight times in a loss to Seattle, re-igniting a play-calling controversy. Just feed Rice the rock or let Joe Flacco keep flinging it? Jason Butt says the balance issue is touchy in Baltimore.
A big, physical and talented Cincinnati Bengals team is about to invade Baltimore and try to make a statement...But RB Ray Rice is still upset about losing to the Seahawks...Here's our newest staff writer RON BENAMOR with the rest of the story:
“Don’t give me any excuse about a cross-country trip. Stupid. <span style="color: windowtext; font-family: "Times New...
In Baltimore's three losses this year, a common theme has surfaced, a lack of running the football with NFL phenom Ray Rice.
Running back not shy about voicing opinionRay Rice declined to speak to the media after the Ravens’ 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, citing a need to keep his emotions in check.
Ravens running back Ray Rice, whose limited role in the offense has sparked a heated debate in the wake of Baltimore's 22-17 loss to the Seattle, said on Wednesday he's not upset he carried the ball only five times against the Seahawks.
BALTIMORE - Just for just a moment, imagine what it's like to be in Ray Rice's shoes.
The entire offseason, all...
Ray Rice was not a big part of the Ravens’ offense in their 22-17 loss to the Seahawks last Sunday. He had five carries and 13 total touches in the game as the Ravens put the ball in the air 53 times, including Rice’s touchdown pass, and Rice didn’t speak with reporters after the game.…
The Baltimore Ravens’ decision to give running back Ray Rice a miniscule five carries in last Sunday’s 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks has received much deserved criticism. In fact, the Ravens decision to run the ball just 12 times on 66 offensive plays has received even more well-deserved criticism. However, Head Coach John Harbaugh [...]
Matt Forte or Ray Rice? AP or MJD? Marshawn Lynch or Ryan Mathews? Time to find out who's going to shine in Week 11. Time for Ranking Running Backs...With Math.
1. Fred Jackson, Buffalo at Miami
2. Adrian Peterson, Minnesota at Oakland
3. LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia at New York Giants
4. Matt Forte, Chicago vs San Diego
5. Ray Rice, Baltimore vs Cincinnati
6. DeMarco Murray, Dallas at Washington
7. Michael Turner, Atlanta vs Tennessee
8. Chris Johnson, Tennessee at Atlanta
9. Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville at Cleveland
10. Michael Bush...