The team's middle linebacker and top tackler hurt his ankle late in Sunday's victory over the Green Bay Packers.Read more
1. Despite the impressive final score, we saw the best and the worst of the 2017 Ravens.
This was a crucial step in the Ravens’ quest to snag an AFC wild-card spot. And whenever you go to Lambeau Field and pitch a shutout, it’s hard to quibble.
But make no mistake: We still saw most of the flaws that have kept the Ravens from becoming a surefire playoff team.Read more
Breshad Perriman sits, but Ravens coach John Harbaugh says he'll be back.Read more
Did all the defensive units receive A's after shutting out the Packers?Read more
Whether it’s been through interviews with reporters or private conversations with teammates and coaches, Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace has all but begged to have the ball thrown his way more over the regular season’s final seven games.Read more
The Ravens mantra for the rest of the season should be a simple one: “Let’s beat up on the woeful teams.”
Of the team’s six remaining games, four opponents fit into the “woeful” classification. So do the Green Bay Packers, whom the Ravens shut out, 23-0, before an announced 77,945 at Lambeau Field.
There was nothing historic or iconic about Sunday’s game.Read more