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Ravens coach John Harbaugh evaluating college options ... for his daughter

After a disappointing season, John Harbaugh is still coach of the Ravens, meaning the Harbaugh with the most interesting up-in-the-air future at the moment is ... his daughter, Alison. Alison is a freshman in high school. She's also a promising lacrosse player. Because that's around the ridiculously...
Via Ravens Insider
5 days ago

The 'But two days ago, Dan Quinn was a genius' quiz

Here's a quick recap of Dan Quinn's last 48 hours: Team chokes away 25-point lead in the biggest game in franchise history.  Loses genius wunderkind offensive coordinator to conference rival (after genius wunderkind got lost in bowels of the stadium à la 'Spinal Tap' after the game). Replaces said wunderkind coordinator with someone who is likely not a genius.  Made this kid...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Flacco needs to improve, owner says

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said that Joe Flacco needs to step up his game. “We need to get more out of Joe. He would agree with me,” Bisciotti said at a press conference Tuesday, according to Pro Football Talk. Since winning Super Bowl XLVII in 2012, the Ravens have made the playoffs just once in the last four years, with their last appearance in 2014. Flacco threw 12 interceptions...
Via The Sports Daily
January 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Ravens unlikely to retain Marty Mornhinweg as offensive coordinator

Changes are likely for the Baltimore Ravens after missing the playoffs for the second consecutive season. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg, himself a midseason replacement, is unlikely to be retained, according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun. It will mean the Ravens will seek their sixth offensive coordinator in as many seasons under coach John Harbaugh. As for Harbaugh...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 31, 2016  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh’s Ravens have never lost a home game to a rookie QB

Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles can become the first rookie quarterback to beat the the Ravens in Baltimore since the franchise hired head coach John Harbaugh in 2008. According to NFL Media Research, the Ravens are 7-0 at home against rookie quarterbacks over the last nine years. Wentz and the Eagles travel to Baltimore to play the Ravens on Sunday. Rookie QBs are winless...
Via The Sports Daily
December 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Harbaugh stands by claim Pats broke rules in 2015 playoff game

It has been nearly two years since the New England Patriots beat the Baltimore Ravens in a playoff game thanks in part to a loophole in the NFL rule book, and John Harbaugh still has not completely moved on. While speaking to reporters on Thursday, Harbaugh was asked about the Patriots exploiting the rules regarding eligible and ineligible receivers. He didn’t exactly ignore the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Could John Harbaugh be on hot seat if Ravens miss playoffs?

The Baltimore Ravens are currently in first place in the AFC North, but that hardly makes them a lock for the postseason. The Pittsburgh Steelers have the same record at 6-5, with Baltimore currently owning the head-to-head advantage. So what happens if John Harbaugh’s team misses the playoffs for a second straight season and the third time in four years? Greg Bedard of The MMQB...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Harbaugh colorfully advises Flacco on sliding technique

Joe Flacco’s awkward slides, which feature his surgically repaired knee driving into the turf, are becoming an increased source of consternation for his teammates. And now, it has drawn the ire of Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. perhaps summarized the team’s collective opinion best by previously stating Flacco owns the “worst...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
November 29, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ravens exploit rule book to run out clock, end game

Nursing a seven-point lead on a fourth down with 11 seconds lef on Sundayt, it appeared as though the Baltimore Ravens would need to punt the ball to the Cincinnati Bengals. John Harbaugh had other ideas for his team. Lining up in punt formation, Harbaugh had his players hold and tackle the Cincinnati players lined up against them. The last play, set up to punt in the Ravens...
Via Sportsnaut
November 27, 2016  |  Discuss

John Harbaugh wants Steve Smith to return in 2017

Steve Smith may be one of the only players in NFL history capable of tearing his Achilles at age 36 and coming back to have a productive year the following season, so why should he retire now? Despite missing two games, Smith has caught 44 passes for 516 yards and three touchdowns this season. He’s done that in just eight games, meaning he would once again be on pace for more...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 22, 2016  |  Discuss
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