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Ravens' 20th season is an awful lot like their 10th

When the Ravens play the Cleveland Browns tonight on "Monday Night Football," a national television audience will see just what a trainwreck this 2015 season has been.

Joe Flacco? Out. Steve Smith Sr.? Out. Terrell Suggs? Out.

In other words, the players who are most recognizable to that national audience aren't playing.

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A horse named Showalter, owned by Peter Angelos, wins at Laurel

Showalter won for Angelos Sunday.

Yes, that Angelos, but no, not that Showalter.

Showalter, a 2-year-old bred and owned by Orioles owner Peter Angelos, won a 5 1/2-furlong race by a neck over Hennessy Fire at Laurel Park. It was Showalter's first pro race and he earned $29,640.

The horse is named for Orioles manager Buck Showalter.

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Tracking Former Ravens in Week 11

Tight end Owen Daniels was up in Week 11, while wide receiver Torrey Smith continued a seasonlong downward trend.

To read about how they and other former Ravens performed with their new teams this week, click the pictures above.

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Jeff Fisher implies Ravens play dirty, and it's like old times

Remember the good old days? The days when there were three divisions, not four, in each of the NFL's conferences? The days when the Ravens and Tennessee Titans played each other twice a year as members of the AFC Central?

It was a good rivalry. Close games.

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NFL Power Rankings for Week 12

With six games remaining across the league, just nine teams have winning records. Being above .500 isn’t enough to keep you in these Sports Blitz power rankings, though.

As always, these rankings are totally subjective, yet objectively correct. Click the pictures above to read on.

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Super Bowl XLVII quarterbacks end frustrating season on injured reserve

Joe Flacco had just helped the Ravens to a win before he and the rest of the world found out torn knee ligaments would end his season. It could have been a great moment in sports -- the franchise quarterback toughing out an injury to set up his team for victory.

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