Juice This: Losing the Lead

Of quarterbacks and nightmares… NFL quarterbacks can make your fantasies come true and your nightmares as well. We’ll explain. Plus, you are better off playing from behind in the NFL. Or are you? But first… Mike Tomlin, you’re fired. You can’t lose that game Thursday night against Baltimore. You can’t. And make no mistake, the Steelers—specifically Tomlin—lost it...
Via The Sports Post
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Steve Smith has microfractures in back, out for Week 5

The Baltimore Ravens will be without one of their top playmakers for at least their next game. Steve Smith Sr. has microfractures in his back and has been ruled out for the team’s Week 5 game against the Cleveland Browns. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh confirmed the news during a sideline interview from the Michigan-Maryland...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Sources: Ravens WR Steve Smith Sr. likely out Week 5 with micro fractures in back

The Baltimore Ravens will be without wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. for at least next week, but it is possible the dynamic 36-yr old will be shelved for even longer. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh was asked by Comcast SportsNets about Smith’s availability for next week while attending the Michigan-Maryland college football game today, where John’s brother, Jim, was coaching...
Via EndZoneScore
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Two Harbaughs on sideline for Michigan vs Maryland

COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) Jim Harbaugh was joined on the Michigan sideline Saturday by his brother John, who offered advice and cheered for the Wolverines in a 28-0 win over Maryland. John Harbaugh usually spends Saturdays during football season getting his Baltimore Ravens ready to play on Sunday. But because the Ravens were in Pittsburgh on Thursday and Michigan was playing nearby...
Via AP on Fox
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John Harbaugh at game in full Michigan gear to support Jim

The Harbaugh brothers are hoping to have a good week. John Harbaugh’s Baltimore Ravens won their first game of the season on Thursday with a 23-20 overtime victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Because of their team having an off week and the Michigan Wolverines playing in College Park, Maryland, John went to support his brother Jim as they took on the Maryland Terrapins in a Big...
Via Campus Sports Net
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John Harbaugh Tells BTN What It’s Like To Watch His Brother On The Sideline

How cool is it for @Ravens coach John Harbaugh to watch @CoachJim4UM on the @umichfootball sideline? Here you go! — Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) October 3, 2015 John Harbaugh has never been able to watch his brother Jim work on the sideline during a game before today. At least, not when he wasn’t coaching against him. John gave the viewers some insight...
Via Diehardsport
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Brotherly love: John Harbaugh drops in on brother at Maryland-Michigan game

One of the perks of playing a Thursday night football game for an NFL coach? A little extra free time on the weekend.Ravens coach John Harbaugh took advantage Saturday by making the short trip from Baltimore to College Park, Md., to watch join his brother, Jim, and nephew, Jay, on the Michigan sideline. Great to have @Ravens coach John Harbaugh down on the sideline with us today...
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John Harbaugh supports his brother by rocking Michigan gear

As we grow up, our priorities change, and we don’t pay as much attention to the little things in life like we used to do. John Harbaugh has enough on his plate as an NFL head coach, but with the Baltimore Ravens notching a 23-20 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football, he had an off day today. And what better way to spend the beautiful Saturday than going...
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Photos: John Harbaugh At Game In Full Michigan Gear To Support Brother Jim

The Baltimore Ravens played on Thursday night this week, staging an impressive rally against the Pittsburgh Steelers to emerge with a 23-20 victory. As such, head coach John Harbaugh has a free weekend. He used it to support his brother. Ahead of Saturday’s contest between Michigan and Maryland in College Park, Harbaugh was spotted in all-Wolverines gear on the team’s sideline...
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John Harbaugh Decked Out In Michigan Gear On Sideline, Fielding Punts

John and Jim Harbaugh on the Michigan sideline — Derick Hutchinson (@Derick_Hutch) October 3, 2015 Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh came out to support his brother Jim when Michigan traveled to College Park and he was all decked out in Michigan gear to boot. Looks like Jim is the only coach/staffer that gets to wear the old school style Bo...
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Did Jim Tomsula Fart During a Press Conference? (Video)

Without question, Jim Tomsula is the most unlikely of NFL head coaches. He does not have the family pedigree of John Harbaugh, nor does he command instant respect like Tom Coughlin. No one would ever confuse him for the cerebral Bill Belichick, although he may bring back memories of the guy who sold you your used 1997 Toyota Camry. The man is a descendent of Hungarian immigrants...
Via The Sports Daily
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Ravens revitalized after 23-20 overtime win against Steelers

PITTSBURGH (AP) John Harbaugh considered going for it. Joe Flacco had other ideas. Why risk extending the worst start in Baltimore Ravens' history when you've got a kicker with one of the best legs in the game waiting to go do his job? So Harbaugh - not for the first time - listened to his quarterback. And Justin Tucker - not for the first time - sent the Ravens sprinting off the...
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Ravens overcome some buffoon coaching decisions and decent play by Mike Vick to win in OT, 23-20…

I don’t know why John Harbaugh disdained two high-percentage FG attempts by Justin Tucker in regulation when he called a fake FG run and then later called a QB sneak by Joe Flacco on 4th and a long 1—- both of which failed miserably— but he got a third chance to win the game due to the Steelers’ missed FG’s by Josh Scobee….and the Ravens got to 1-3 by the skin of their...
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Justin Tucker Gives Ravens First Win Of Season With 52-Yard Field Goal In OT

For much of the game Thursday night it looked like the Baltimore Ravens were going to drop their fourth game in a row; something that had not happened in the John Harbaugh Era. However, with Michael Vick ineffective for the Steelers and the Ravens defense stepping up to the challenge they were able to climb back in the game and send it to overtime.Which is where Justin Tucker got...
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Ravens intend to stage historic comeback from 0-3 start

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Having reached the playoffs in six of the past seven years, the Baltimore Ravens are generally considered to be among the NFL elite. They now find themselves grouped in a different category: One of the league's four winless teams. The Ravens entered the season with designs on winning their third Super Bowl, but after starting 0-3 they're going to have to buck...
Via AP on Fox
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Harbaugh: Ravens preparing for Steelers, not Michael Vick

The Baltimore Ravens head to Pittsburgh for Thursday Night Football to face the Steelers, who are without their starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. With Big Ben sidelined due to a sprained MCL, the Ravens will be looking to post their first win of the season playing against a Michael Vick-led Steelers offense. A change of quarterback could have prompted Baltimore s to prepare...
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John Harbaugh: ‘When you’re going through hell, keep going’

In the wake of the Baltimore Ravens beginning the season 0-3 — the worst start in franchise history — head coach John Harbaugh acknowledged that the team is in a tough spot but also insisted there is no other choice but to move forward and try to recover. “What’s the old saying, ‘When you’re going through hell, keep going,'” Harbaugh said Monday, via ESPN. “That’s...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Breaking down the unbeaten and winless through Week 3

Week 3 has come and gone, and we still have seven unbeaten teams and four winless teams. Let’s rank the 3-0 teams in terms of their Super Bowl chances… 1. New England Patriots: They’re outscoring their opponents by 16.3 points per game in a start that is evoking memories of 2007. 2. Green Bay Packers: As long as you’ve got the highest-rated passer in NFL history and the...
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Ravens can't dwell on 0-3 record during short work week

OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) The Baltimore Ravens won't have much time to lament their status as the only winless team in the AFC. Baltimore has a short work week before facing the rival Pittsburgh Steelers on the road Thursday night. The Ravens practiced Monday and will also hit the field Tuesday before heading north Wednesday. During that quick turnaround, coach John Harbaugh and his...
Via AP on Fox
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Patriots President feels bad for the “sweetheart” Ravens

New England Patriots President Jonathan Kraft has to be feeling very good today after his team crushed the Jacksonville Jaguars 51-17 on their way to a 3-0 start.  However, all of New England’s early success has not stopped Kraft from reflecting on the NFL’s less fortunate.  In a pregame interview on Sunday with Boston’s 98.5 The Sports Hub, the Patriots’ President...
Via The Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Patriots' Kraft reveling in Ravens' tough start

The Ravens are 0-3 for the first time under John Harbaugh, and their rivals in New England have certainly taken notice.Patriots president Jonathan Kraft seemed to take pleasure in the fact that the Ravens were 0-2 entering Sunday's action. "It’s too bad about Baltimore, isn’t it?” Kraft said with his tongue planted firmly in cheek to Marc Bertrand on 98.5 The Sports Hub Sunday...
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Ravens coach Harbaugh: 'One of these days we'll figure out how to cover A.J. Green'

BALTIMORE (AP) -- Andy Dalton threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to A.J. Green with 2:10 left, and the Cincinnati Bengals remained unbeaten by defeating the Ravens 28-24 Sunday, dropping Baltimore to 0-3 for the first time in franchise history. The Bengals (3-0) blew a 14-0 lead and twice trailed in the fourth quarter before Dalton brought them back by repeatedly picking apart the porous...
Via AP on Fox
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Patriots’ Jonathan Kraft Takes Jab At ‘Sweetheart’ John Harbaugh, Ravens

Jonathan Kraft isn’t losing any sleep over the Baltimore Ravens’ slow start. The Ravens not only have become chief rivals of the New England Patriots in recent years. There also were allegations that Baltimore tipped off the Indianapolis Colts about the Patriots possibly using deflated footballs in last season’s AFC Championship Game. The Ravens later denied those accusations...
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Taking Another Look At The Ravens’ Offense After Week 2

View image | In a crushing loss to the Oakland last week, the Baltimore Ravens’ offense showed a lot of promise. Putting up 33 points (including 2 passing TDs and 1 rushing TD), the Ravens looked like a well oiled machine during last week’s game. Some key first quarter mistakes and some late game blunders by both the offense and defense ultimately led to a...
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Rice Jr. tries out with Cleveland Browns

    Whether it’s Jerry Rice Jr. or Terrelle Pryor, the Cleveland Browns are willing to explore all options at wide receiver. Pro Football Talk reports that the Browns gave Rice a tryout. Rice is the son of Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice, who is considered by many to be the greatest football player of all time. Rice is an undrafted free agent who has never played...
Via Larry Brown Sports
8 days ago  |  Discuss
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