The Ravens advance to the A-F-C Championship game for the second straight year, and again they will be playing the Patriots. This is a fitting circumstance for the Ravens because of the outcome of last year.
Bernard Pollard joined the Norris & Davis show to give a players insight on the upcoming AFC Championship.
Charles Davis joined Ed & Steve to talk about the Ravens going to the AFC Championship game to face the New England Patriots.
It’s Ravens vs. Patriots week. Vinny and Rob catch up with a caller named Josh who is from Foxboro, MA and just happens to be driving through Baltimore.
I hear a lot of people saying that Ravens v. Patriots in the AFC Championship game rematch had to be this way, this is the way it had to be to beat the Patriots… had to be Ravens and had to be Flacco, had to be Brady.
Baltimore is bathed in purple as excitement over the team’s victory reaches a fevered pitch among fans.
The Patriots do a great job in taking away an opposing teams’ best player. In this game, Ray Rice is the best player, averaging an impressive 6.2 yards per carry. Look for the Patriots to try and take Rice out of the equation and force Flacco to beat them with his arm.
The last time these two teams met it was for a chance to play in the Super Bowl. The Ravens were a dropped pass away from winning, but couldn’t get the job done. Now that these two teams are set to meet again, the Ravens make it clear that this is not about revenge.
For about a half of a decade, some people around the National Football League and even fans here have been very critical of Baltimore Ravens quarterback, Joe Flacco. When the criticism of Flacco starts, he’s often […]
We really won’t know how he’ll handle the AFC Championship miss until the regular season starts.
The facts can’t be ignored. Joe Flacco has led the Ravens to four straight playoff appearances in as many years he’s been in the league, not to mention two AFC Championship game appearances.
We’ve been allowing the sour taste of defeat to linger because somehow we know that losing in the AFC Championship game is better than losing 95 games come summer.