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  • Game 8: End zone again out of bounds

    Game 8: End zone again out of bounds
    This is what October has come to for the Ravens: On the 1-yard line, quarterback Tony Banks produced a fumble when he should have had a touchdown.On the 9-yard line, Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair produced a touchdown when he should have...
  • 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 10: Touchdown! 'Curse over'

    Game 10: Touchdown! 'Curse over'
    Pandemonium ruled for a few unworldly moments. Quarterback Trent Dilfer danced in front of the Ravens' bench, index fingers shooting flares into the sky.Split end Qadry Ismail and guard Edwin Mulitalo lifted the Ravens' unlikeliest hero, Brandon Stokley,...
  • Game 11: Wide smiles for Ravens

    Game 11: Wide smiles for Ravens
    The Ravens beat the Tennessee Titans as much on memory as they did on willpower yesterday. It was a game of deja vu for tight end Shannon Sharpe, redemption for wide receiver Patrick Johnson and sheer joy for quarterback Trent Dilfer, all of whom had...
  • Game 1: New era, old errors

    It took the city of Baltimore and the state of Maryland nearly 14 years to get a new stadium constructed, and the Ravens only three hours and one minute to lose their first game in the facility. The new $223 million stadium was a house of horror for 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 3: Jaguars pass by Ravens, 24-10

    There was no suspense in Jaguars- Ravens V. The previous four games were decided by a combined nine points, but this time Jacksonville scored two third-quarter touchdowns and finished with 519 yards of total offense to easily defeat the Ravens, 24-10,...
  • Game 4: Holmes carries night

    The Ravens survived a strong second-half comeback and may have found their running back and quarterback of the future in a 31-24 win over the Cincinnati Bengals last night in an AFC Central game at Ravens stadium. Running back Priest Holmes ran 10 yards...
  • 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 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...