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Well that two touchdown lead was short-lived.
Eli Manning hit Rueben Randle for 43 yards to help set up a David Wilson 14-yard touchdown run.
The Ravens lead 14-7 as the first quarter comes to a close.
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Tweet Baltimore Ravens wide receiver/return specialist Jacoby Jones has found the end zone via a reception, a punt return, and two kickoff returns this season. When Jones crosses the goal line he rarely disappoints in the celebration department. Against the Pittsburgh Steelers Jones gave us this gem. He channeled his inner Deion Sanders after [...]
Following today’s big win over the Giants, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh confirmed that linebacker Ray Lewis won’t be ready to play in next week’s season finale, but they’re hoping to be on the field for the playoffs.
John Harbaugh confirmed that Ray Lewis won’t play next week. They’re aiming for him to return in playoffs.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun...
The Ravens have to win this week to clinch the AFC North but can their do it against the Giants.
Now that we're in the last two weeks of the season, the playoff scenarios are starting to come into focus.
Here's a look at the scenarios and my predictions:
AFC - Playoff Scenarios
HOUSTON TEXANS - Playing Minnesota
Houston can clinch a first-round...
Eli Manning might want to change his nickname from "Easy" to "Woozy" after the consecutive beatdowns the New York Giants quarterback has gone through over the past two weeks.
Last Sunday's 34-0 blowout by the Atlanta Falcons was compounded by yesterday's ugly 33-14 loss to the Baltimore Ravens which left the Giants signal caller looking for more than...
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is unlikely to return for either of the team’s two remaining regular season games, but adds that he could return at some point during the postseason.
Lewis has been absent since tearing his triceps in back in Week 6 against the Cowboys. Since then, the Ravens have gone 4-4 with a current three-game losing streak...
Jacoby Jones got into the endzone during the first half of today’s game against the Giants and delighted Ravens fans with this interesting touchdown celebration.
Robot? Bernie? RoboBernie?
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The Ravens have had major injuries to key players all season so when Anquan Boldin went down in Sunday’s 33-14 victory, there were concerns.
However, in his Monday press conference, coach John Harbaugh said Boldin’s injury was a shoulder bruise.
That’s good news and the Ravens could even give him a week off and see what they have with Tandon Doss in the season finale against...
Joe Flacco has engineered some good drives against the Giants’ defense. On a 3rd-and-18, Flacco hit Anquan Boldin for 39 yards to get the Ravens in the red zone.
Jacoby Jones appeared to have a touchdown on the following play, but after review, the referees ruled the pass incomplete.
Justin Tucker kicked a field goal to give the Ravens a 17-7 lead in the middle of the second quarter.
Public opinion backs the Giants on the road this week but the selection is misguided. After losing to the Broncos last week Baltimore has now lost consecutive home contests after winning 16 in a row on their home turf; but have traditionally played their best ball at home and appear ready to bounce back after a beating at the hands of the Broncos for their 9th straight victory. Jim...
Have yourself a day, Joe Flacco.
Flacco has 202 yards and three touchdowns (one rushing) in the first half of the game. All that adds up to a 24-7 Ravens lead at halftime.
Baltimore has 289 yards of offense.
The defense has sacked Eli Manning twice and has been aggressive all day.
Baltimore receives the ball to start the second half.
The Baltimore Ravens feel as if they've already started the playoffs.
It's a sensation the New York Giants may not experience this year.
In a duel between two slumping teams desperate for a victory, the Ravens beat the Giants 33-14 on Sunday to win the AFC North for the second straight season.
''The difference was, for us, I just think we had a little bit more...
Tweet The Baltimore Ravens will be playing their last two regular season games this season without their veteran linebacker and defensive leader, Ray Lewis. The NFL.com article that reported the news said, “NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport has learned that Lewis is not expected to return from his triceps tear before the end of the regular [...]
1. Nobody should sleep on the Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens could go from playoff afterthought to Super Bowl contenders very quickly. Their fate depends on Joe Flacco, who finally awoke from his month-long slumber to complete 25-of-36 passes for 309 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Ravens’ 33-14 rout of the Giants in Baltimore. When Flacco plays like he did...
The New York Football Giants look like they once again forgot that nothing is handed to you, especially in the NFL! This time it looks to be too late, needing a win against Philly, a Cowboy loss to Wash, Green Bay to beat Minnesota, and the Bears to fall to a Lions team that cannot get out of it’s own way, just to make the playoffs. It was just last season where they were...