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Sun StaffThe football world was supposed to see how far the Ravens had fallen after their historic salary cap dismantling. Instead, the Ravens ripped apart the previously unbeaten Denver Broncos in the first half last night before escaping with a 34-23 victory,...
Tags: Jamal Lewis, Football, Brian Billick, Death, Keith Burns
Sun StaffTAMPA, Fla. -- Eleven months ago, the Ravens left Raymond James Stadium with a firm grip around the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Last night, the defending Super Bowl champions departed empty-handed and felt their playoff chances begin to slip almost out of...
Tags: Adalius Thomas, Orlando Bobo, Brian Billick, Football, Death
Sun reporterThe winning drive bordered on the improbable. The comeback restored faith in a suffocating defense.Rallying around a 38-year-old backup quarterback and a series of fourth-quarter stands, the Ravens raced back from an 11-point deficit to edge the...
Sun reporterTurnovers have led this Ravens' road trip into a dead end. A third-place record has changed this journey into a crossroads.Swallowing some pride as a franchise yesterday, the Ravens watched their title defense get put on notice in a humbling 24-14 loss...
Sun reporterIn a game billed as a marquee showdown, the Ravens' defense was knocked out. In a contest there for the Ravens' taking, quarterback Elvis Grbac was down for the count.Helpless against Packers quarterback Brett Favre and hapless with a groggy Grbac, the...
Sun reporterTennessee coach Jeff Fisher reportedly told his players during the week to hit the Ravens with a 2-by-4. Instead, the Ravens cold-cocked his Titans with a hammering defense. Learning of Fisher's comments only moments before the game, the Ravens...
Sun reporterRole reversal ruled the Ravens' meltdown yesterday against the unlikeliest of foes. After listening to a week's worth of the Cincinnati Bengals' banter, the usually outspoken Ravens were choked up in their response yesterday.The Super Bowl champions were...
Sun reporterIf this is the Ravens' road back to the Super Bowl, the path may seem like memory lane. Relying on a defiant defense and a one-trick offense, the Ravens opened their title defense with a 17-6 victory over the Chicago Bears before 69,365 at PSINet Stadium...
Sun reporterThe football world was supposed to see how far the Ravens had fallen after their historic salary cap dismantling. Instead, the Ravens ripped apart the previously unbeaten Denver Broncos in the first half last night before escaping with a 34-23 victory,...
Tags: Jamal Lewis, Football, Brian Billick, Athletes, Keith Burns
Sun reporterNow there can be no doubt. The Ravens claimed their place in history last night with one final dissertation on great defense. A team that swaggered into Super Bowl XXXV delivered on its sound and fury of the past week with a 34-7 demolition of the New...
Tags: Jamal Lewis, Jamie Sharper, Kim Herring, Marvin Lewis, Football
Sun reporterWith 16 seconds left in the biggest game of his life, quarterback Trent Dilfer embraced right guard Mike Flynn and let his emotions flow. There were tears in his eyes, cameras in his face and joy in his heart.After years of hard knocks and dry runs,...
Sun reporterInspired by a huge play on special teams, another stifling defensive effort and a timely video display, the Ravens knocked off the No. 1-seeded Tennessee Titans in an American Football Conference divisional playoff yesterday, 24-10. The upset sends the...
Tags: Oakland Raiders, Jamal Lewis, Art Modell, Elections, Football
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