Shortly after the Ravens lost to the Los Angeles Chargers in the AFC wild-card round, head coach John Harbaugh gave Joe Flacco the ultimate compliment when he called him the best quarterback in Ravens history.
Let’s be honest, you’re going to watch the Super Bowl tonight. You might feel indifferent about the two teams playing if you’re one of the many who will tune into the Super Bowl so you have something to talk about at the office tomorrow morning, so I've put together this rooting guide.
“Yeah, I saw it,” John Harbaugh said of a noncall on the final play of the game. “I think you guys should write what you see. You want us to get up here and criticize the officiating. You saw the officiating all day."
In his first game at M&T Bank Stadium since missing an extra-point try that sealed a 24-23 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Oct. 21, Ravens kicker Justin Tucker converted all three of his field-goal attempts and one extra-point try Sunday in a 23-16 loss to the Steelers.
The offensive line has been flooded with injuries, but the starting right tackle and left guard say their health will determine if they can return for Sunday’s home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Four of the Ravens' next five games are on the road. If they can win three of those games and enter the midseason at 5-3, they would be in pretty good shape to make the playoffs for the first time in four years.