The Ravens fall to the Bengals 17-23, but their sights are already set on Indianapolis.
The Ravens have studied their possible playoff pairings. The only thing for sure: Baltimore gets to play its first game at home as the AFC North champion.
The Baltimore Ravens can only hope the performance they received from their offensive line last weekend is an indication of what lies ahead for a unit that relies on an unexpected mixture of experience and youth.
Linebacker Ray Lewis has been added to the Baltimore Ravens’ 53-man roster, but coach John Harbaugh says the 17-year veteran will not play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals.
With the Ravens in the middle of a much needed mini-bye week, the fans of Baltimore are left without a team to root for on Sunday. But if you look closely at the schedule, there are 2 games that should peak the interest of Ravens fans in Week Four.
…let’s see more than just one game. Let’s see what happens when the Ravens fall behind. Let’s see when it’s the Ravens that turn it over.
Ravens linebacker Dannell Ellerbe joins Haynie & Zinno to talk about the week 1 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Joe Flacco threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns, Ed Reed took an interception 34 yards for a score, and the Baltimore Ravens beat the Cincinnati Bengals 44-13 on Monday night for their 11th straight win at home.
Baltimore fans are incredibly excited for Monday night’s season opener against the Bengals.
The loss of Art Modell is energizing the Ravens and their fans. The team wants to earn a primetime victory Monday night for the man who brought football back to Baltimore.
Bobbie Williams expects to feel a variety of emotions in his first game with the Ravens on Monday night. It’s not just because the left guard will be making his Baltimore debut. It’s that the opposition is the Cincinnati Bengals.
Bengals starting cornerback Nate Clements talks with Haynie & Zinno about the upcoming match-up with the Ravens.