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What I'm going to do in this space today, at least until John Harbaugh's press conference, is look at a crucial decision made in Monday night's 12-7 loss to Jacksonville Jaguars.
Here's the situation: The Ravens just scored their first and only touchdown of the game. There were two minutes and two seconds left in the game. Baltimore had two of their timeouts remaining...
It was an absolute debacle last night for the Baltimore Ravens, a complete implosion, an ugly display of football unmatched in the John Harbaugh era. With all eyes on the Ravens in front of a nationally televised audience, the offense appeared completely flat and uncertain of what to do throughout the entire game. The offense [...]
Earlier today, I wrote about John Harbaugh's decision to have Billy Cundiff try and execute an onside kick with the Ravens down 9-7 in the fourth quarter Monday night.
At his afternoon press conference, Harbaugh defended his decision saying it was the right one, according to multiple reports.
I'm still going to disagree with him and believe that had they kicked it deep...
Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he’s not mad that linebacker Terrell Suggs ripped the team’s offensive play calling after Monday night’s loss to the Jaguars. In fact, Harbaugh agrees with what Suggs said. “You know, Terrell Suggs’ heart is always in the right place, and he’s a leader on our football team,” Harbaugh said, via…
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In case you haven’t heard, the Baltimore Ravens had absolutely no offense and are now taking a ton of criticism. Fans on the Ravens Official Message Board are calling for Cam Cameron’s firing, some are questioning Joe Flacco‘s ability to become an elite quarterback. Some fans are even beginning to question John Harbaugh and wonder if he can be the guy and can get the job...
Inability to move ball against Jaguars has coaching staff, players searching for answersIt took an abysmal 60 minutes of offense, and a performance that Ravens coach John Harbaugh admitted was about as "bad as you can play" for the familiar questions to return, and the doubt to seep in after what had been an encouraging start to the 2011 season.
Kicker more concerned with converting field goals than wondering what-ifsOn Monday, Ravens coach John Harbaugh took the unusual step of stating his opinion that Billy Cundiff’s unsuccessful field-goal attempt from 52 yards in the third quarter might have made a difference in changing the outcome of Monday night’s 12-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Fellow safety Zbikowski also cleared for contactAsked about safety Ed Reed's condition today, Ravens coach John Harbaugh said, "he'll be OK," which would seemingly indicate that the seven-time Pro Bowl selection will play Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.
That was one ugly football game between the Baltimore Ravens (4-2) and Jacksonville Jaguars (2-5). The Ravens didn't get their first first down until the third quarter and the Jaguars beat Baltimore 12-7 Monday night.
This was a game that didn't see the Ravens score until there was 2:02 left on the clock and, going in to the scoring drive, Baltimore had 56 net yards on...
In this edition of the Jaguars Premium Blog, we examine the future of Jack Del Rio, question if the Jaguars playing the best players, examine John Harbaugh's gaff and why the football seemed slippery on Monday night.
I shared my quick reaction following the loss on Monday and was pretty heated. I’ve followed the 24 hour rule and let it digest before I wrote anything else about it.To begin, let’s talk about who’s not to blame. The Ravens defense played lights out. Even though that’s expected when they’re facing an offense led by a rookie quarterback, it should be noted. Allowing only...