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  • Ravens break on top, 3-0

     
    So far, this is ugly for the Titans but the Ravens will take the help. A personal foul that was more chippy than egregious against Tennessee safety Chris Hope kept the Ravens' first drive alive when Baltimore should have been......
  • Ravens' win enormous for team's psyche

     
    Yesterday's win in Miami was important for the Ravens in ways that go beyond the obvious measurable of being 3-3 instead of 2-4. This was an enormous win for the Ravens psychologically collectively as well as in many individual cases.......
  • Rookie Ray Rice moves the chains in lots of ways

     
    It's interesting the way that the Ravens are using rookine RB back Ray Rice. On Baltimore's last offensive possession of the first half, Rice was a receiver on a 14-yard first-down completion where he eluded Raiders' LB Kirk Morrison. Then,......
  • Sun's Schmuck calls Reed big play

     
    Sun colleague and pressbox clairvoyant Peter Schmuck does it again. For the second time this year, Schmuck called a Ravens' defensive big play in the pressbox. With the Steelers backed up on their own 1-yard line midway through the third......
  • Players optimistic about Harbaugh

    His brother Jim is more familiar to his newest players, but news of John Harbaugh's ascent to the Ravens' head coaching vacancy was well received by several players last night. "I'm excited that we have a coach," running back Cory Ross said. "Now we...
  • Gun death hit family before

    Gun death hit family before
    The fatal shooting last weekend of a Baltimore County couple and two of their sons, allegedly at the hands of their eldest son, is not the first gun tragedy to have visited their extended family. More than three decades ago, the sister of the father...
  • Ravens' upset bid falls just short

    Ravens' upset bid falls just short
    The Ravens were on the brink of a historic upset. Instead, they had to deal with one of the most heartbreaking defeats in their history. Hurting themselves in the fourth quarter with questionable decision-making, the Ravens fell short in a painful 27-24...
  • Game 12: Ravens' upset bid falls just short

    The Ravens were on the brink of a historic upset. Instead, they had to deal with one of the most heartbreaking defeats in their history. Hurting themselves in the fourth quarter with questionable decision-making, the Ravens fell short in a painful 27-24...
  • Modell's Hall snub has analogy in baseball's O'Malley

    Modell's Hall snub has analogy in baseball's O'Malley
    Though it didn't garner giant headlines in Baltimore, the news last week that the late Walter O'Malley will be inducted into baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., in July couldn't help but make me wonder anew when they'll get around to...
  • Week 15: Ravens Q&A with Mike Preston

    Chris: Do you think the Ravens would be better off letting quarterback Troy Smith finish the season? What is the point of letting Kyle Boller start the final two games? Mike Preston: At first, I thought it would be better off allowing Smith to start, but...
  • Remember when?

    There is no way the Philadelphia Eagles can afford a tie like Sunday's 13-13 game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Eagles were nearly double-digit favorites against the Bengals, but with an ineffective Donovan McNabb at quarterback, they could manage...
  • Game 14: Ravens' misery goes deeper

    Game 14: Ravens' misery goes deeper
    In what has been perhaps the most miserable season in their history, the Ravens had lost a handful of starters before and their share of gut-wrenching games. But they always talked about never losing their pride ... until now. Unable to hold a 10-...