The state of Ohio is a swing state so it only makes sense that the Ravens fan base is split with the results of week 9.
A win is a win. Doesn’t mean the grades are good.
Somehow, some way, Joe Flacco always finds a way to beat the Browns.
Not so long ago, running the ball on Baltimore’s defense was nearly impossible. It was foolish to even try.
The Ravens are the better team for sure but their run defense has struggled and if Ngata is indeed hurt it will only get worse.
Ray Rice At Home vs. Cleveland 2012 18 ATT, 49 YDS, 2.7 AVG, 8 REC 2011 23 ATT, 87 YDS, 3.8 AVG, 3 REC 2010 15 ATT, 80 YDS, 5.3 AVG, 4 REC 2009 11 […]
Joe Flacco At Home vs. Cleveland 2012 28 of 46, 356 yds, 60.9%, 1TD/ 1INT, 83.2 QB Rating 2011 11 of 24, 132 yds, 45.8%, 2TD/1 INT, 73.6 QB Rating 2010 22 of 31, 262 […]
Browns play-by-play guy Jim Donovan joined The Norris & Davis Show to preview The Ravens upcoming competition. Donovan talked about Browns RB Trent Richardson, QB Brandon Weeden and more.
Kevin Byrne of the Baltimore Ravens talks Sandy, Suggs & Browns.
Would the Browns have won a Super Bowl with all their talent in the late ’90s?
After winning 2 games in 5 days the Ravens get a mini-bye before they play in Kansas City a week from Sunday.
Big play opportunities were the story in the Ravens 23-16 win over the Browns. The one that really was a game changer was the interception return for a touchdown by Cary Williams.