Steve Davis co-hosts the Norris and Davis Show on 105.7 The Fan, and has been a staple on the Baltimore TV and radio scene since 1994. On a national level, he has reported for FOX Sports and FOX Sports Net, and hosted radio programs on SiriusXM radio. Steve has won dozens of awards throughout his career, including the National Story of the Year, an Edward R. Murrow Award, two National Headliners awards, Best Sports Anchor, Best Sports Story, Best Sports Coverage, and numerous honors from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Steve Davis is not particularly concerned about the Ravens after the loss in Indy. Actually, to some degree he is encouraged?
The Tigers may have the names with honors and awards, but the Orioles are a better team.
Now that was a beatdown. Where do you start? That’s easy. Steve Smith. His first 4 games in Baltimore are the best any receiver has ever had to start the season in Ravens history. And, he’s 35 years old, in his 14th year. Amazing!
Enjoy this team right now because I have a feeling some of your favorites might not be back.
With the Browns blowing the game, we got some mustard in a wager with Cleveland’s 92.3 The Fan.
Now that Rice has appealed, I think the NFL might have been bitten off more than it could chew.
There may have been 35,000+ fans at Camden Yards Tuesday night, but when all is said and done, there will be a lot more saying they were there. Why? Because it was one of those […]
I find it hard to believe the NFL, and the Ravens for that matter, didn’t see the Rice video as they claim.
Don’t panic. KC and Chicago, 2 teams expected to be playoff contenders, had surprising home losses, and New England and New Orleans, both Super Bowl contenders, start 0-1.
Prior to Dan Duquette, the Orioles had 14 straight losing seasons. Since he was hired, 3 straight winning seasons, and barring an epic collapse, two playoff years.
Steve Davis talks about the NFL’s issues with players and owners conduct off of the field and if we should be idolizing or tolerating these serious offenses.
ESPN ranked all 32 NFL coaches. They sampled 30 NFL types, GM’s, execs, personnel directors and coordinators and had them rank all the NFL coaches. 1 for best, 5 for worst.