The Ravens played an extremely physical match up last Sunday against the Eagles. And though they had key personnel banged up on defense, most of the players are expected to suit up against the Patriots.
Will Bernard Pollard be the secret weapon against Tom Brady on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium?
Flacco, Baltimore’s fifth-year QB, has had his share of detractors during his career. But, according to Pollard, you won’t find any of them in the Ravens locker room.
Coach John Harbaugh says A.J. Green may be the best receiver in football. That kind of confidence should come in hand Monday when the Ravens take on the Cincinnati Bengals.
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The future in question?
Pollard discusses his second year with the Ravens, playing next to Ed Reed and expectations for 2012.
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Bernard Pollard delivered a textbook forearm/shoulder hit and was penalized keeping a Jaguars drive alive.
How can a team that’s that star-studded be so selfless? How can a team with so many individual stars care so much about the 52nd and 53rd man on the roster? It’s clear that this team has one goal.
Three straight playoff appearances wasn’t good enough for the Baltimore Ravens, who overhauled their roster during the offseason in an effort to become one of the elite teams in the AFC.
I wanted to give you a few of the matchups and players I will be looking for the game against Kansas City.