BALTIMORE STANDING TOGETHER: Watch town hall Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. on WJZ, as leaders address issues the city is facing.
Steve Davis: Ravens Playoff Chances Look GoodThe Ravens are 6-6, and I am not convinced they are much better than an average team. That said, it should be enough to get them in the playoffs.
Mark Zinno: Ravens Reactive - Week 12 Recap
Steve Davis: Is This A Team Of Destiny?I don't believe in that kind of stuff, but something is going on. How else do you explain some of the things that have happened?
Ravens On The Brink Of Another Super BowlThe 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.
Glenn Younes: Beating PeytonHow good does it feel to beat Peyton Manning in the post season? How good should it feel? The real question is does this count as a real win over him? Yeah, I brought it up!
Glenn Younes: Ravens Patriots--Take Two... ActionI 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.
Bob Haynie: Ravens Vs. Broncos - The Greatest Baltimore Football Game I've Ever SeenI'm 48 years old and go back to watching the Baltimore Colts. Yes, the Blue and White used to provide plenty of exciting memories for yours truly.
Ed Norris: The 'F Bomb'F as in Flacco. That pass to Jacoby Jones with seconds left to tie the game and send it to overtime made Saturday's game the most exciting football game I have ever seen.
Jeremy Conn: AFC Playoff GamesThe deck is stacked against the Ravens in this weeks game.
Bob Haynie: Mile Hile MemoriesOn Saturday, the Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos meet in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. Featuring an MVP candidate, quarterback Peyton Manning, the Broncos come into the game as the number one seed in the AFC.
Jerry Coleman: Ravens Send Ray Out A Winner In BaltimoreRay Lewis last home game at M&T Bank Stadium was certainly something special. The crowd was electric. He made his final entrance coming out of the tunnel with his legendary dance that made the fans erupt. It was a table setter for what was a wonderful game and a special day for Baltimore, the Ravens and Lewis.
Bob Haynie: The Ravens Exit...Wide LeftI'd have to say that Sunday's loss was the most devastating in the history of the Baltimore franchise. The sting of this defeat will not go away until training camp starts. If then.

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