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  • Steelers get the last word

    After a week of trash-talking, the Ravens were silenced in the end. Unable to answer a dominating statement by the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ravens were humbled in a 26-21 loss last night before 69,506 at PSINet Stadium and a national television audience....
  • Game 1: Ravens' fresh start turns sour

    PITTSBURGH - The opening act of the Ravens' Kyle Boller saga turned into a horror show, and the first steps of a much-hyped defense transformed into a comedy of errors. Lacking consistency at quarterback and focus in the secondary, the Ravens' coming-out...
  • Steelers dethrone Ravens in big way

    PITTSBURGH - The Ravens' reign unceremoniously ended with a resounding rout. Undone by a tired defense and a tiresome offense, the defending champions were ripped off the throne with a humbling, 27-10 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday before...
  • Ravens trip over finish line

    PITTSBURGH - A season loaded with growing pains concluded with another gut-wrencher. One more time, the Ravens blinked with the game on the line. One more time, quarterback Jeff Blake had to explain a costly mistake. One more time, coach Brian Billick...
  • Q&A with Mike Preston

    Johnny, Beverly Hills, Calif.: Hey Mike, what gives with the Ravens? They can't win for winning. The only thing this loss does is give false hope and Billick another escape act. C'mon, don't you think the Ravens with their anemic offense would have been...
  • Game 2: Ravens take leap forward

    In validating their preseason billing as title contenders, the Ravens followed a familiar script: a swarming defense and a staggering running attack. What they could have done without was the theatrics. The Ravens' 30-13 victory over the Pittsburgh...
  • Game 16: Ravens trip over finish line

    A season loaded with growing pains concluded with another gut-wrencher. One more time, the Ravens blinked with the game on the line. One more time, quarterback Jeff Blake had to explain a costly mistake. One more time, coach Brian Billick had to defend a...
  • Game 13: Steelers get the last word

    After a week of trash-talking, the Ravens were silenced in the end. Unable to answer a dominating statement by the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ravens were humbled in a 26-21 loss last night before 69,506 at PSINet Stadium and a national television audience....
  • Game 9: No end to Ravens' zone

    Game 9: No end to Ravens' zone
    Second place is gone. Home-field advantage is debatable.The playoffs, at this moment, look like a pipe dream. The Ravens' free fall through the AFC Central continued yesterday with a wretched 9-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in front of 69,405, the...
  • Game 18: Steelers dethrone Ravens in big way

    The Ravens' reign unceremoniously ended with a resounding rout. Undone by a tired defense and a tiresome offense, the defending champions were ripped off the throne with a humbling, 27-10 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday before 63,976 at Heinz...
  • Seahawks coach Carroll not ready to change defensive scheme

    RENTON, Wash. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll isn't changing his ways at least right now. One of the talking points to emerge from Seattle's 36-16 win against Green Bay on Thursday was the play of cornerback Richard Sherman. Or, more accurately, the Packers'...
  • Olympic champion Ohno trains for biggest challenge yet

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Apolo Ohno made a career of frenzied, 40-second bursts around the track so the speedskating champion knows his crusade to join the exclusive Ironman fraternity is daunting. It is also downright frightening, admits the eight-time...