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  • Game 5: Ravens stumble again trying to take next step

    As Ravens offensive linemen Wally Williams and Jonathan Ogden sat next to each other on stools in front of their lockers, they began to think about the team's three-year history in Baltimore. It has been an emotional ride with a familiar pattern. Win,...
  • Game 8: 'Today we hit rock bottom'

    The Ravens no longer are digging a deeper hole for themselves in the AFC Central race. It's time to put this team to rest.Barring one of the greatest late-season runs in NFL history, the Ravens buried any playoff aspirations under a 45-19 loss to the...
  • Game 10: Ravens trip, take pratfall

    Where do we begin?With a scrub quarterback named Craig Whelihan, who won for the first time in eight tries as a starter? Or with Jermaine Lewis' 90-yard punt return that was nullified by a Chargers penalty, wiping out a touchdown? How about two seldom-...
  • Game 11: Winning is rush for Ravens

    For the first time this season, there actually were jokes being told in the Ravens' locker room after a game.Team vice president David Modell was going around shaking hands, reserve Ben Cavil was bragging about how well his fellow offensive linemen...
  • Game 14: Kick-started Ravens run off fumble road

    The only thing left for the Ravens is jockeying for a draft pick in the top 10.Before their embarrassing 38-28 loss to the Minnesota Vikings yesterday, either someone forgot to tell the Ravens they were playing the NFC's best team, or maybe they just...
  • Jonathan Ogden questions Ravens' offseason decisions

    Jonathan Ogden questions Ravens' offseason decisions
    Jonathan Ogden, the Ravens' Pro Bowl left offensive tackle, yesterday questioned his team's commitment to winning after allowing three starting offensive linemen to leave via free agency, and he also was uncertain about his future in Baltimore after the...
  • Game 2: Big plays propel Ravens to big win

    These are the kind of games that help build winning football teams. The Ravens had a brilliant goal-line stand in the second quarter yesterday followed by a big reception by Michael Jackson. They got a big play in the form of a 69-yard punt return for a...
  • Game 2: Ravens toss complete game

    In the Ravens' short history in Baltimore, this was by far the team's biggest win. The Ravens had their longest offensive drive ever. They blocked their first field goal. They interrupted a streak of having lost nine of their past 11 games after having...
  • Game 4: Ravens ready for takeoff

    The Ravens are moving into the guarded optimism stage these days. The team is showing signs of a miraculous turnaround from a year ago, but most of the players were reserved after the Ravens blew out the Tennessee Oilers, 36-10, yesterday before 17,737 at...
  • Game 6: Ravens make misstatement

    If this indeed was a statement game, the Ravens made a clear one yesterday. They aren't ready for prime time. Good teams don't allow two touchdowns in the final four minutes. Playoff-caliber teams don't rush for 52 yards. Quality teams don't lose three of...
  • Game 8: It's mission accomplished

    In one corner of the Ravens' locker room, 325-pound defensive tackle Tony Siragusa was doing his little victory dance. In another area, defensive tackle Larry Webster was talking about some of the negative publicity the team had gotten in the past three...
  • Game 10: Ravens turn over an ugly leaf

    The Ravens played so poorly that it was almost comical. Backup quarterback Eric Zeier threw a pass that hit an official in the head. The team's running back of the future, Jay Graham, was crushed by the kicker on a return in which he fumbled twice. Then...