Kevin Byrne joins us to talk everything Ravens heading into the AFC Divisional Playoff matchup.
After defeating the Cincinnati Bengals in the wild card round, the Indianapolis Colts are in preparation for a familiar foe; the Denver Broncos.
Well, the Divisional round of the NFL Post-Season is upon us and it’s time to look at a few time honored mantras we hear every year around now that are kind outdated.
The Ravens beat the Steelers, moving them into the divisional round of the playoffs, where they will take on the New England Patriots.
The Baltimore Ravens survived the tumultuous dismissal of Ray Rice, a sometimes spotty fall and a critical month without their suspended, all-everything nose tackle.
The vast majority of players on both sides of the field will be getting their first taste of what one of the NFL’s true blood feuds looks like in the playoffs when the Steelers (11-5) host the Ravens (10-6) in the wild-card round.
As a reward for squeezing into the playoffs on the final day of the regular season, the Baltimore Ravens face a loathsome foe in a very unfriendly environment.
The Pittsburgh Steelers finalized their regular season with a win over the Cincinnati Bengals to host the Baltimore Ravens during wild card week of the 2014 NFL Playoffs.
With Sunday’s win over Cleveland and San Diego’s loss to Kansas City, the Ravens clinch the final AFC wild card spot.
The Baltimore Ravens are back in the playoffs, while the Seattle Seahawks will be playing at home.
The Ravens are favored Sunday versus the Texans due to the QB situation in Houston but if the Ravens play like they last Sunday, they’re in trouble.
The Ravens clawed out a 20-12 win at M&T Bank Stadium against the 2-12 Jaguars. Jerry Coleman has more from the players after the game.