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  • Once again, Ravens offense cause for concern

    Once again, Ravens offense cause for concern
    It took an abysmal 60 minutes of offense, and a performance that Ravens coach John Harbaugh admitted was about as "bad as you can play" for the familiar questions to return, and the doubt to seep in after what had been an encouraging start to the 2011...
  • Fantasy Fodder: Gearing up for Week 1 (maybe without Peyton)

    Fantasy Fodder: Gearing up for Week 1 (maybe without Peyton)
    The news that Peyton Manning will miss Week 1 with a neck injury -- and that his status going forward is unclear -- is good news for the Texans, Ravens, Patriots, Steelers and the other contenders in the AFC. It's bad news for fantasy football owners...
  • Week 2: Sam Farmer's NFL picks

    Pro football reporter Sam Farmer breaks down the games. Last week: 11-5 Against the spread: 6-9-1 SUNDAY'S GAMES Bears (1-0) at Saints (0-1), noon TV: WFLD-Ch. 32 Line: Saints by 7 Over/under: 471/2 Bears were very sharp in opener, particularly on...
  • Media roundup: Who's picking the Ravens?

    Media roundup: Who's picking the Ravens?
    • It's unanimous -- all eight ESPN "experts" believe the Ravens will win on the road over Tennessee. • All four ESPN Sunday NFL Countdown analysts also predict a victory by the Ravens. • Peter King of SI.com thinks the Ravens will...
  • Titans' defense bottles up Ravens' rushing game

    Titans' defense bottles up Ravens' rushing game
    The Titans were punched in the face almost as soon as they took the field against the Jaguars last week, rolled by Maurice Jones-Drew and an offense that marched 63 yards for a touchdown. It set the tone for a game in which the Jaguars pounded out 163...
  • Projecting the rest of the Ravens' season

    Projecting the rest of the Ravens' season
    We've reached the quarter pole of the NFL season, and it's probably fair to say we still don't quite know what to make of this Ravens team. They've pounded two of their rivals (the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets), they've laid an egg against a...
  • Receiver Mike Sims-Walker comes back to the Jaguars

    Receiver Mike Sims-Walker comes back to the Jaguars
    An unexpected reunion took place on Tuesday when the Jaguars and receiver Mike Sims-Walker agreed to a deal one day after the St. Louis Rams released him. "Back to where it all begin but as a better Player and Man," Sims-Walker wrote in a post on his...
  • Rice eager to meet, test himself vs. Jones-Drew

    Rice eager to meet, test himself vs. Jones-Drew
    For Ray Rice who stands at 5 feet, 8 inches, there aren’t too many running backs in the NFL that he has a height advantage on. On Monday night, the Ravens running back will get a chance to enjoy that advantage when he meets 5-7 Maurice Jones-Drew...
  • Pagano, Ravens brace for "rolling ball of butcher knives"

    Pagano, Ravens brace for "rolling ball of butcher knives"
    I think we've all heard and said plenty about the challenge that Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will pose for the Ravens this week, but it's just impossible to ignore this gem from Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano during his...
  • Ravens look to continue trend of roughing up young quarterbacks

    Ravens look to continue trend of roughing up young quarterbacks
    When Jacksonville Jaguars rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert stands under center Monday, he'll be confronting one of the NFL's elite defenses and a trend that suggests that he's in for an extremely long night. One of the defining traits of the Ravens'...
  • Ravens hope to leave the hype of Monday night behind

    Ravens hope to leave the hype of Monday night behind
    The Ravens are the sudden darlings of the NFL after they pulverized the Cincinnati Bengals in a prime time setting on Monday night. But as they prepare for a Philadelphia Eagles team that barely edged the Cleveland Browns in their season opener, recent...
  • Ray Rice likes his role in team's no-huddle

    Ray Rice likes his role in team's no-huddle
    Wearing a sharp designer suit, Ravens running back Ray Rice exited M&T Bank Stadium late Monday night looking as fresh and content as he did at any point during his team record-breaking 2011 season. He had just scored two touchdowns and gained 93 yards...