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For the fifth time in his career, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is the AFC defensive player of the week. This time Suggs got the honor for his role in the Ravens’ 24-10 win over the Colts, a game in which the Colts could get nothing going offensively until garbage time, and reached the end zone…
BEST OF MAXIM
Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs has already set a career-high in sacks with 13 with three games remaining, and he is now in striking distance of Peter Boulware’s team record of 15 set in 2001. Suggs’ previous career-best in sacks was 12, which he achieved in his rookie year in 2003. The major difference [...]
The sacks and accolades keep mounting for Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, whose relentless pursuit of quarterbacks has put him in the running for NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors.
Suggs shrugs off the attention as if it was a 235-pound rookie offensive tackle. He has a career-high 13 sacks, but he's still chasing a prize that has eluded him throughout his entire...
Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his three sack and three forced fumble performance in the Ravens’ 24-10 victory over the Indianapolis Colts this past Sunday. Suggs has won the award two out of the past three weeks. Overall, Suggs has won the weekly award three [...]
The accolades just keep coming for standout defensive end/outside linebacker Terrell Suggs.
Suggs was awarded as the AFC Defensive Player of the Week according to the team’s Twitter account.
This is Suggs’ second time in three weeks winning the award. He had three sacks and forced three fumbles on those sacks in Baltimore’s 24-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts Sunday.
By DAVID GINSBURG
OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- The sacks and accolades keep mounting for Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, whose relentless pursuit of quarterbacks has put him in the running for NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors.
Suggs shrugs off the attention as if it was a 235-pound rookie offensive tackle. He has a career-high 13 sacks, but Suggs is still chasing a prize...
The sacks and accolades keep mounting for Ravens LB Terrell Suggs, whose relentless pursuit of quarterbacks has put him in the running for NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors.
Outside linebacker more concerned about winning Lombardi Trophy than personal awardsWith a career-best 13 sacks, an NFL-high six forced fumbles and two interceptions, Terrell Suggs is in the midst of creating quite a resume for NFL Defensive Player of the Year honors.
Ravens linebacker had three sacks and three forced fumbles versus ColtsRavens linebacker Terrell Suggs continues to dominate the AFC's top defensive honor.
Terrell Suggs sees coaching vacancies bubbling up around the NFL, and he's worried. Not about the fate of John Harbaugh, but first-year defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano, a name on the rise as three teams and counting seek new leaders.
After being on hiatus all season, I thought it was time for the return of the “Play Like a Raven” feature. One Raven in particular has so embodied everything that it means to Play Like a Raven here in 2011 that he pretty much deserves his own award (much like 2009 and 2010′s “Play Like a Raven” features became “Play Like a Ray Rice”). For now though, let’s take it...
The Colts don't want to go winless. Their opponents don't want to lose to a winless team either:
Motivation comes from all angles as the Indianapolis Colts lumber toward one of the NFL's seldom-reached landmarks.
You know, being an 0-fer.
No opponent wants to be the team that halts the Colts' dizzying slide.
"Definitely," Baltimore Ravens linebacker...
Each week after Monday Night game(s) has concluded, I’ll publish my list of NFL power rankings. Here is the pecking order for Week 14.
1) Green Bay Packers - Does it even matter whom they play now?
2) New Orleans Saints - Not much offense by their standards, but still got it done against the Titans.
3) Baltimore Ravens - Terrell Suggs swallowed Dan Orlovsky whole...