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  • Game 8: Ravens catch break, OT win

    Even the game-winning play in overtime was bizarre and against the odds. How crazy? The original play was scrubbed. The quarterback threw off his back foot. The receiver barely made it out of his cut, and the tandem had misfired on the same play...
  • Game 10: Ravens' deja view one of despair

    Maybe of all the losses, this one hurt the most because it's the kind that can rip the heart out of a team. For the second straight week, the Ravens blew a halftime lead and lost, this time 30-27 to the Jacksonville Jaguars before 64,628 at Jacksonville...
  • Game 11: 49ers slap away ball, pesky Ravens

    The Ravens had teased the San Francisco 49ers for nearly three quarters when some of the 49ers decided they had had enough. Crunch time had arrived. "We're supposed to be one of the best teams in the league, and we're having trouble putting away a...
  • Game 12: Ravens again unsafe at any lead

    Losing has become so contagious that the Ravens are starting to use words such as hex, curse and jinx. Maybe there are voodoo dolls hung back in Cleveland. But while the Ravens are taking a trip through the Twilight Zone, they also are rapidly approaching...
  • Game 13: Ravens finally get in the last word

    It had been five weeks since the Ravens enjoyed this kind of celebration. Tight end Eric Green was taunting his former teammates along the sideline. Bam Morris was adding the latest steps to his Bamarama dance. The Ravens were talking much trash in the...
  • Game 15: Thin defense wears out in Ravens' loss

    The omen came early yesterday, when starting middle linebacker Ray Lewis aggravated a hip pointer during warm-ups and was pulled from a starting defense already decimated by injuries. Top defensive players such as linebacker Mike Caldwell and end Rob...
  • Game 16: Pointed fingers help lower curtain

    The frustrations of a losing season were beginning to break through. Only minutes after the Ravens had finished their inaugural season in Baltimore with a 24-21 loss to the Houston Oilers before 52,704 at Memorial Stadium, a couple of their players...
  • Game 1: Shades of '96 color loss

    The players and feisty coach Ted Marchibroda didn't want to hear it, but the 1997 version of the Ravens looked a lot like the 1996 team yesterday in a 28-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Ravens thought they got ripped off by an official's call...
  • 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 3: Ugly win sits pretty

    The Ravens' locker room was nearly empty, but quarterback Vinny Testaverde was still sitting half-dressed on the stool, waiting patiently as the last batch of reporters asked a few more questions. Testaverde had friends and family outside waiting from his...
  • Colts: First year's the charm for McAfee-as a holder

    Colts: First year's the charm for McAfee-as a holder
    Right from the start of the question, he knew where things were going. "Laces out, Dan is that what you're thinking of right now," said Pat McAfee, when asked about his strategy in one of his three jobs. He speaks of the movie "Ace Ventura: Pet...
  • Colts-Ravens: No letdown for top seed

    Colts-Ravens: No letdown for top seed
    There was Eddie George's rushing attack and Terrence Wilkins' foot. There was Gary Brackett's hit, Ben Roethelisberger's tackle, and Vanderjagt's miss. Of course, there was Billy Volek. Yes, Billy Volek. All in one city. All in one round. Each within...