What Should the Baltimore Ravens Do With Their Free Agents?

Unrestricted Free Agents- Darian Stewart (S), Torrey Smith (WR), Owen Daniels (TE), Morgan Cox (LS), Jah Reid (G), Pernell McPhee (OLB), Tyrod Taylor (QB), Jeromy Miles (S), Aaron Ross (CB), Will Rackley (G), Justin Forsett (RB), Terrance Cody (DT), Danny Gorrer (CB), Antoine Cason (CB), Chris Greenwood (CB)I’m probably being overly frugal here, but I think the Ravens should only...
Via Pro Football Spot
1 day ago  |  Discuss

The Baltimore Ravens Year in Review

View image | Let’s face it Ravens fans. The fact that we made it as far as we did should be viewed as a huge success. Before the season even started we were playing handicapped. The Ray Rice scandal was a punch to the gut before we left the starting line. The negative media attention and the man hours that the team had to put into that situation was damaging...
Via TopSportsReport
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mixed Year for Ravens Receivers

In what has been a rollercoaster of a year for the Baltimore Ravens, which ended with a 35-31 defeat by Betfair’s marginal Super Bowl outsiders the New England Patriots in the play-offs, there has been plenty of food for thought for the franchise’s management regarding the performances of their wide receivers. While there have been some real positives in the shape of Steve Smith...
Via Ravens Football Machine
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens cry foul about kicking in New England

Mike Florio, ProFootballTalk:With the Patriots under investigation for using deflated balls in a blowout win over the Colts, another vague — and far more confusing — accusation of ball deflation has emerged.Perhaps most importantly, the Ravens have shown no reluctance to articulate possible violations of the rules, as evidenced by coach John Harbaugh’s complaints about New...
Via Patriots Life
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens final stats for 2014— this team has a solid base to build upon…

Don’t cry for the Ravens, Argentina… And guess what— their defensive secondary is not that bad as a group and I’ll tell you why— You lose Jimmy Smith and Asa Jackson and are forced to play Lardarius Webb with a bad back and a sore groin, and you still take New England to the brink of defeat in the AFC divisional round… Had the Ravens pass rush been able to counter Tom...
Via Ravens Football Machine
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Patriots Film Review: Patriots’ Offensive Trickery Sparks Comeback

The New England Patriots waited to open their bag of tricks until their back was against the wall. Only time will tell if the Patriots’ 35-31 win over the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional found of the AFC playoffs becomes known as the “Double-Pass Game” or the “Ineligible-Receiver Game,” but either title is worthy. The Patriots finally let wide receiver Julian Edelman...
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens fans having hard time getting over one Flacco fling

The Baltimore Ravens might have disappointed some fans after Saturday’s loss in New England, but they didn’t disappoint themselves. They understood what they were up against this season, and as stated before, they’re a pretty battle-tested group. So, I’m not here to beat them up by any means. (Full disclosure: About to beat them up a little bit.) I find it necessary to address Joe...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Torrey Smith Would Like To Re-Sign With Ravens Before Free Agency

Impending free agent WR Torrey Smith mentioned on Sunday that he would like to re-sign with the Ravens before the start of free agency. “If I had my way, obviously I’d like to get something done beforehand so I can stay here,” Smith said. “But I understand this is a business and nothing is guaranteed. I’ll let everything play out.” Smith is from Maryland and even attended...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Torrey Smith destroys overly-critical Twitter user after loss to Pats

This, right here, is golden. Look, we are all downtrodden after Saturday’s game — it’s alright to be disappointed about the outcome, since we were in fact so close. However, it’s also important to keep this in perspective in that the Ravens really had no business being disappointed about missing the AFC Championship in the first place.  Not to mention the loss Saturday...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Hot Mess NFL Rulebook Strikes Again

One of the most talked about plays from Saturday's AFC divisional playoff contest was something Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh referred to as "clearly deception" in his post game comments. That's right. After the biggest game of the NFL season thus far, most conversations weren't centered around Tom Brady's gutsy performance, or Joe Flacco once again producing an impressive...
Via Football By Football
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Torrey Smith Leads Team In Receiving In playoff Loss

Ravens wideout Torrey Smith led the team with 62 receiving yards versus the Patriots.Fantasy Spin:Joe Flacco spread the ball around to 10 different receivers, so no one stood out on the stat sheet, and unfortunately for T. Smith owners, he did not catch any of Flacco's four touchdowns.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens WR Torrey Smith Lashes Out at Twitter Troll After Loss to Ravens

Losing sucks. After dropping the division round game to the New England Patriots it's safe to say that many members of the Baltimore Ravens were not in good moods. Wide receiver Torrey Smith certainly wasn't; something he made painfully clear in a one-word tweet he sent out in to the virtual world after the game. One Twitter user decided that was an appropriate time to take a passive...
Via FatManWriting
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Torrey Smith Ethers @IamHer_KingMe With Forehead Joke After Loss to Pats

Torrey Smith just ethered a fan who caught Torrey Smith at a bad time. Torrey Smith is too funny #RavensNation — JMan (@BeBreezyMan) January 11, 2015 It was actually a pretty valid question by Twitter User Toyia, but the response from Torrey Smith was funny. Smith may have been in a bad mood after committing two dumb penalties and then not fighting...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Brandon Browner Does Not Expect To Miss Time After Leg Injury

This embed is invalid" /> FOXBORO, Mass. — Brandon Browner wasn’t able to finish Saturday’s divisional-round playoff win over the Baltimore Ravens, but the New England Patriots cornerback expects to be back to full strength by next weekend. Browner left the game with a leg injury during the third quarter and did not return. He told reporters after the game...
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Turn out the lights on a Ravens comeback— Patriots 35, Baltimore 31…

I thought ILB Daryl Smith’s INT of Tom Brady would turn the tide— but Brady bounced back. There are many ways to bet on the Super Bowl…and about halfway through the Ravens-Pats divisional playoff game in Foxborough, I would have laid even odds that the Ravens were on their way to the AFC Championship game. Something happened in the way of adjustments by the Patriots at...
Via Ravens Football Machine
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens @ New England Patriots - Divisional Round

I can almost guarantee you that Tom Brady and Patriot fans were hoping to see the Steelers knock off the Ravens in the Wild Card round, but unfortunately that did not happen. This will be the 4th time since 2010 that the Ravens and Patriots will meet in the playoffs and all the games will be played in Foxboro. Apparently playing Tom Brady and Bill Belichick on the road doesn't...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Flacco owns Tom Brady in the playoffs

The Baltimore Ravens will travel to Foxborough on Saturday to face the the New England Patriots in an AFC divisional round playoff game. The Ravens and quarterback Joe Flacco will have the chance to beat the Patriots on the road in the playoffs for a third time. Since entering the league in 2008, Flacco is 2-1 against Tom Brady and the Patriots in the postseason.  He’s also won...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Top 5 Storylines for Ravens-Patriots Playoff Game

It should be a crazy weekend in the NFL, as the divisional round of the playoffs get ready to kick off. The Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots will get everything started Saturday in Foxborough. Let’s take a look at the five most intriguing storylines. 1. Can Joe Flacco keep it going? It feels like we have this same conversation every year, is Joe Flacco “elite?” He...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

3 things to know about the Ravens

Before I get into some things that you should know about the Ravens that could potentially allow them to beat the Patriots, I think it is important to know that although the Ravens have beaten us in big situations in recent years, it is two very different teams facing off this year.In 2009 when the Patriots lost to the Ravens in the playoffs they were recovering from losing Wes Welker...
Via Patriots Life
16 days ago  |  Discuss

AFC Divisional Round Scouting Report: Baltimore Ravens

Each week, PatriotsLife will be posting a scouting report of the Patriots upcoming opponent, going over their playmakers, tendencies, and how the Pats might match up. This week needs no introduction: it's the playoffs, and the hated Baltimore Ravens find themselves once again traveling to Foxborough for a prime time showdown. Baltimore got here with a convincing Wild Card win over...
Via Patriots Life
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Darrelle Revis Has Dominated Steve Smith, Ravens In Past Matchups

FOXBORO, Mass. — The Baltimore Ravens weren’t the best playoff matchup for the New England Patriots on paper, but Darrelle Revis can’t be complaining. The Patriots cornerback has dominated Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and wide receivers Steve Smith and Torrey Smith in previous matchups. Steve Smith has caught just two passes for 21 yards on 10 targets while being guarded by...
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Patriots Tickets vs Ravens 47% above New England's Regular Season Average

The New England Patriots, owners of the AFC’s best record, will welcome the Baltimore Ravens for their fourth playoff meeting since 2010. New England has won four of its last seven meetings against Baltimore, but Baltimore has won two of the last three playoff meetings. Still, a meeting against Baltimore may be what New England needs if it wants to return to the Super Bowl for...
Via Patriots Life
18 days ago  |  Discuss

America is rooting for the Patriots this weekend

Patriots players celebrate after then-Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff misses a field goal in the waning seconds of the 2011 AFC Championship GameYesterday, I was floored by the fact that someone took the time to write an erotic novel, (with a hilariously awesome title) about Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. For the second consecutive day, there is a piece of Patriots news that has...
Via Patriots Life
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith Gets Over 100 Yards For 1st Time Since Week 6

Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. posted his first 100-yard game since Week 6 in the first round of the playoffs against Pittsburgh.Fantasy Spin:Smith caught five of his seven targets for 101 yards. After about a two-month lull, Smith has become a force again starting last week with eight catches for 90 yards and now this effort. It will be key to next week's fantasy value to...
Via Fantasy Football Champs
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens take down Steelers for first playoff win in Pittsburgh

Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens are headed to New England after beating the Pittsburgh Steelers 30-17 on Saturday night in the AFC wild-card game. Flacco threw for 259 yards and tossed two second-half touchdowns passes.  He hit Torrey Smith for an 11-yard score in the third quarter and found Crockett Gillmore with a 21-yard pass in...
Via Sports-Glory
21 days ago  |  Discuss
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