The Baltimore Ravens have become accustomed to delays in football due to circumstances beyond their control (last year’s Super Bowl power outage for example). Sunday was no different as Baltimore’s game was delayed nearly two hours due to a severe thunderstorm in Chicago. But once football resumed, the Ravens were unable to weather the storm against the Bears.
With the losses and injuries piling up, the Bears (5-4) host the Baltimore Ravens (4-5) on Sunday in a matchup between teams trying to stay in postseason contention.
The Ravens physical style of play usually leaves their injury reports rather active. This Sunday will be no different as a few key players on defense are currently dealing with injuries.
John Mullin of CSN Chicago joined Scott and Jeremy on Friday afternoon to preview the Ravens and Bears game on Sunday afternoon. The conversation started with the simple comparison of the Ravens and the Bears. […]
The defending Super Bowl Champions have had a rough go of it in 2013. The wins have been scarce and the losses have been heartbreaking. But through it all, the Ravens remain in the playoff hunt. But if Baltimore doesn’t improve offensively, none of it will matter.
The Ravens are looking to build on their Week 10 win against the Cincinnati Bengals. Up next for them are the Chicago Bears who are hoping to put themselves in a better position as the chase for the playoffs begins.
Last week I went 2-3-1 and missed my Lock of the week. So far on the season I am 13-9-2 and 2-3 in my Locks of the week. Conn-Crete Lock… Bears… The Chicago Bears […]
The Baltimore Ravens have signed quarterback Caleb Hanie to a 1-year contract.
For about a half of a decade, some people around the National Football League and even fans here have been very critical of Baltimore Ravens quarterback, Joe Flacco. When the criticism of Flacco starts, he’s often […]
A strong defense/special teams unit could make the difference in your fantasy football league. Here are the top 10 to target.
The Baltimore Ravens strengthened their defense and special teams by signing a two-year deal with cornerback Corey Graham, a three-year contract with Brendon Ayanbadejo, and a one-year deal with safety Sean Considine.
Mike Ditka, Hall Of Famer and ESPN analyst joined The Scott Garceau Show and talked about the retirement of Ricky Williams, a player he drafted and coached.