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  • Remember when? Ravens' first victory in Pittsburgh

    The last time a Ravens rookie head coach took his team to Pittsburgh, it worked out very well for Brian Billick. It was Dec. 12, 1999, and the 31-24 victory over the Steelers had Billick talking playoffs, even though it raised his team's record to only...
  • Game 2: Late return kicks Ravens

    The Ravens may have found their quarterback of the future yesterday, but they still couldn't overcome the problems of the past. After nearly six weeks of training camp and four preseason games, the Ravens have not found answers to their erratic special...
  • Game 3: Browns-bag lunch delicious to Ravens

    The Ravens didn't care that they had only 150 passing yards against the next-to-worst defense in the league or that their quarterback of the future looked a little like their quarterback of the past two games with three interceptions. And they weren't...
  • Game 4: Ravens catch spirit, bombs

    The Ravens displayed more desire and passion in one game yesterday than they did in the previous three seasons. First, running back Errict Rhett talked trash and accidentally screamed into the official's microphone on the field that he was "running...
  • Game 5: Near-miss rankles Ravens

    As the final seconds ticked off the clock, Ravens defensive tackle Lional Dalton was standing with his head bowed as fellow tackle Larry Webster dropped to his knees and pounded his fist into the ground. Wide receiver Qadry Ismail stared at the clock with...
  • Game 6: Chiefs slow Case attack to a crawl

    The honeymoon period for first-year Ravens coach Brian Billick and quarterback Stoney Case began coming to an end last night. Billick's offensive unit was booed periodically throughout the game as a sellout crowd of 68,771 and a national television...
  • Game 8: Virus, Ravens both bug Couch

    Tim Couch had a touch of a virus yesterday and the entire Cleveland Browns' team had a sick look. Couch, the first pick in the collegiate draft last April, looked like a struggling rookie quarterback as he completed nine of 21 passes for 57 yards...
  • Game 10: Stover takes long way home

    Matt Stover vindicated himself in a troubled season yesterday by kicking a 50-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Ravens past the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-31, at Cinergy Field. A game between two of the NFL's worst teams may have been the most...
  • Game 12: Titanic effort sinks doubts

    This time, there were no excuses. There was only one turnover and no fourth-quarter collapse. The receivers got open, and the inconsistent quarterback was consistent. A running back rushed for 100 yards, and the team passed for more than 300 yards....
  • Game 13: Victory raises Ravens' bar

    As the Ravens were in the locker room celebrating a 31-24 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the "House of Horrors," coach Brian Billick was in another place not far away, setting new standards. Today Pittsburgh, tomorrow the playoffs.For the...
  • Game 15: Bittersweet win whets appetite

    In less than a 30-minute span, the Ravens were happy, disappointed and hopeful as they discussed their past, present and future. Shortly after a 22-0 win yesterday against the Cincinnati Bengals in the team's first-ever shutout, the Ravens displayed...
  • Game 16: Ravens pack up day early

    Ravens coach Brian Billick tried to use tact and diplomacy in describing the loss, but his players were more direct. Some of the Ravens quit yesterday. End of story. End of season. The Ravens (8-8), a team searching for an identity and its first...