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The Baltimore Ravens got a thorough but whooping last night that was probably needed after an off-season on the banquet circuit.
The one thing the Ravens have going for them is the fact that it was week 1, and they are a resilient group in that locker room.
The Ravens new defensive leader, Terrell Suggs, was not about to let his team get down in the dumps over one game, and reassured everyone that the two teams are on a collision course.
“The great thing is it’s Week 1,” Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs said, via Tom Pelissero of USA Today. “It’s one game. But I guarantee they will see us again.”
Suggs again harped on the fact that the Ravens would not go in the tank over one game.
“We’ve got some things we’ve got to fix, tighten up, obviously,” Suggs said. “But will we go in the tank? Is the whole season down the drain? No. It’s one game. It’s one game. All this game tells us – we’re not going to go 16-0. And I think the whole world knew that going in.”
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I can only imagine how hard it is to retire from the game you love after 15 years and have to watch the team you just left get demolished on the field. Matt Birk who went out on top following the Ravens’ Super Bowl XLVII win, seems ready to get back out there. Pretty funny stuff. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
The Baltimore Ravens did a bird’s cage full of things wrong
last night against the Denver Broncos, missed coach's challenge, stupid unsportsmanlike
conduct penalties and costly dropped passes (one even for a sure touchdown). The one thing the Ravens could not control
were injures to two, key offensive players, Jacoby Jones and Michael Oher.
Last night, Pro Bowl kick returner...
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones is expected to miss the next 4-6 weeks after spraining his MCL during Thursday night’s blow out loss to the Broncos.
Per a league source, Jones suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee during Thursday night’s regular-season opener. He’ll likely miss 4-6 weeks.
The MCL is a rope-like ligament...
Now that the opening NFL game is in the books, the Baltimore Ravens may want to go back and ask the Baltimore Orioles why?
Instead of the defending Super Bowl Champions opening up at home they were forced to travel to Denver.
Instead of a celebration it turned into a debacle and to make matters worse, the Baltimore Orioles announced a crowd of only 17,383 at Camden Yards. In comparison...
Pro Football Talk reports that the Ravens WR Jacoby Jones is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with an MCL sprained that he suffered during Thursday night’s opening loss to the Broncos.
Jones was in the process of calling for a fair catch when rookie free agent S Brynden Trawick unknowingly ran right into him. Jones was able to limp off the field, but was clearly in pain.
Baltimore receiver/return specialist Jacoby Jones (sprained knee) will have an MRI on Friday.Fantasy Spin:His absence showed how thin the Ravens are at wide receiver. The team was left with Torrey Smith, 37-year-old Brandon Stokley and rookie Marlon Brown. If the Jones injury turns out to be lengthy the team may have to search for outside help.
An unfortunate instance of friendly fire will leave the Ravens without one of their top receiving threats for the next month or so.
Jacoby Jones is expected to miss the next four to six weeks with an MCL sprain after being steamrolled by teammate Brynden Trawick on a punt return during Thursday night’s 49-27 loss to the Broncos, a league source told Pro Football Talk.
Despite getting blown out by Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, the Baltimore Ravens suffered a lot more than a 47-29 loss. Ravens’ star player and Super Bowl XLVII “hero” Jacoby Jones suffered an apparent MCL sprain after accidentally colliding with teammate Brynden Trawick while trying to catch a punt early in the second quarter.
BREAKING: @CliftonBrownCSN confirms Ravens...
The title says it all here, folks. Watch as the Ravens’ GM picks his ear with a ball point pen during the opener against the Denver Broncos.
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The editor at the Columbus Dispatch obviously was asleep at the wheel when they were going through this article talking about the Denver Broncos-Baltimore Ravens game. The title of the article said “Elway Throws For Seven Touchdown passes” and the first two words of the article are “Peyton Manning.” Then the next paragraph starts with “Elway” and the following one...
Welcome to Cadence Call, your weekly game preview where I
give you a bootleg breakdown for each team in the AFC East & AFC North
divisions. It is going to be an
incredible season. So sit back, chill, light
that Oliva Series V, grab your favorite libation and enjoy the game. First up, the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore
Ravens take on the Denver Broncos.
It’s been a long, desperate offseason of forcing myself to watch home makeover shows, Law and Order:SVU marathons and replays of Super Bowl XLIV…just to get through the day. But now, finally…FINALLY…NFL football is back. And none of that preseason crap. It’s the real deal, baby! The Super Bowl Champion Ravens take the field tonight against the still very bitter Denver...