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Ray Rice rushed for 191 yards and two touchdowns against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday afternoon in the Ravens’ 24-16 win. That performance earned him a weekly award.Rice won the Offensive Player of the Week award for the AFC, according to multiple reports.It’s Rice’s second award this season. Bookmark It Hide Sites $$('div.d28342').each( function(e) { e.visualEffect('slide_up',{duration:0.5}) });

Rice Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week

Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for second time in five weeks. Rice led all running backs last week with 191 rushing yards in the Ravens’ 24-16 victory at Cincinnati. He scored two touchdowns on runs of 70 and 51 yards to set the team [...]

Ray Rice is in the Best Shape of his Career

One moth ago Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl fullback Vonta Leach sent running back Ray Rice a text message listing the NFL’s top running backs, with the suggestion that Rice, who was not in his top ten, needed to get it going. Whatever Leach said, it worked. Rice went a rampage to end the regular season, [...]

Ray Rice wins AFC Offensive Player of the Week

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Rice doesn't practice; Grubbs returns

Running back joins Lewis, McClain, Ayanbadejo, Yanda and Ngata as not being present ThursdayLeft guard Ben Grubbs returned to practice Thursday, but running back Ray Rice was missing from the portion open to the media.

Rice willing to lead offense

Two-time Pro Bowl selection doesn't feel pressure, but ready to work if called uponThe Ravens have leaned on Ray Rice this season as the running back led the NFL in total yards from scrimmage (2,068) and set a franchise record with 15 combined touchdowns.

Ravens' Rice among AFC players of the week

Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu and San Diego Chargers kick returner Richard Goodman have been named AFC players of the week for Week 17 of the NFL season.

Rice, Ravens Lead Playoff Rushing Attacks

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3 Burning Questions-Playoff Edition: Balitmore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens locked up the number two seed in the regular season finale Sunday with a 24-16 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. They could possibly face their fierce rival Pittsburgh after their bye week in the first round. This has been a season of ups and downs, where fans have seen big wins over formidable opponents, and tough loses against very poor ones. Well, luckily...

Five things that the Baltimore Ravens need to do to win the AFC

It’s that time of the year. The time when all of the best teams in the NFL are thrown into a “Battle Royal”, winner take all format to see which team will be hoisting the Lombardy Trophy when it is all said and done. The Baltimore Ravens find themselves sitting pretty after finishing the season with a record of 12-4 and an AFC North championship. The Ravens are the number 2...
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