Posted December 07, 2011 on
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
The honor was no surprise considering that Rice rushed for a career-high 204 yards and one touchdown on 29 carries against the Cleveland Browns.
He averaged seven yards per carry and had a career-long 67-yard run
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Most teams would dread facing Ray Rice but Phil Richards says in light of their depleted secondary Rice is a better matchup for the Colts:
There's no mystery regarding how the Baltimore Ravens like to attack. They give the football to running back Ray Rice and trample you.
That might be a good thing for the Indianapolis Colts, who will be challenged to defend the pass with...
The Cleveland Browns are having another season dismal season.
In the middle of the first quarter of Sunday afternoon’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, a stat flashed across the screen that illuminated the kind of season the Ravens’ Ray Rice has been having: he’s the only running back in the NFL with 700-plus rushing yards and 500-plus receiving yards. A third-round pick out of Rutgers, the Ravens’ star tailback represents everything...
One week after rushing for a career-high 204 yards at Cleveland, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has a shot at a rare feat when the winless Indianapolis Colts visit M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday.
Here's staff writer Antonio Barbera with a nice take on why the Ravens won't let up against the 0-12 Colts at home... “Trap game?” Not this week, as the Ravens looked poised and focused in a division win against the Cleveland Browns.After Baltimore’s strong performance against San Francisco on Thanksgiving, many feared that the Ravens might once again fall victim...
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, Tennessee Titans linebacker Colin McCarthy and Pittsburgh Steelers punt returner Antonio Brown have been selected as the AFC's top players for Week 13 of the NFL season.
We all want better. Not a single one of us Browns fans that I know wouldn’t say that. Arm tackles that Ray Rice shrugged off all day + dropped touchdowns + horrible interceptions makes for an unacceptable math equation. What I don’t understand is the sense of entitled outrage that seems to be bubbling up at every opportunity with this team. Outrage indicates some level...
1. Chris Johnson, Tennessee vs New Orleans
2. Ray Rice, Baltimore vs Indianapolis
3. Arian Foster, Houston at Cincinnati
4. Marshawn Lynch, Seattle vs St. Louis
5. Rashard Mendenhall, Pittsburgh vs Cleveland
6. Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville vs Tampa Bay
7. LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia at Miami
8. Ryan Mathews, San Diego vs Buffalo
9. Michael Turner, Atlanta at Carolina
Ravens’ Wednesday interview transcripts featuring the following:
Head Coach John Harbaugh
QB Joe Flacco
LB Jameel McClain
RB Ray Rice
OLB Terrell Suggs