After a delightful summer in which he carried the ball only 10 times in the preseason, Ray Rice is ready for some Monday Night football.
The Cincinnati Bengals can’t ignore their shortcoming of last season: an 0-7 record against teams that made the playoffs, followed by a humbling loss to Houston in the wild-card round.
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.
The Ravens possess plenty of talent on defense. But without a proven pass rusher, the question remains whether or not Baltimore can get to the quarterback in 2012.
The Baltimore Ravens start their season as they host the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday Night Football. Bengals.com’s Geoff Hobson joined The Vinny and Rob Show and talks about how Cincinnati will stop the Ravens’ run.
Vinny and Rob continued their “Behind Enemy Lines” radio tour as they broadcasted their show from Cincinnati today. The Cincinnati Enquirer’s Joe Reedy joined the show and previewed the Bengals as Vinny and Rob will check out their practice today.
Bengals Beat writer with the Cincinnati Enquirer, Joe Reedy joined The Vinny and Show and Rob Show to talk Bobbie Williams.
The National Football League has managed to make a huge production out of releasing their schedule. That’s why the NFL are who they are. Fans all over the country have been anticipating this for weeks.
The Ravens’ Kevin Byrne talks NFL schedules on The Vinny and Rob Show.
The Houston Texans turned to their kids, then to their stars to win the first playoff appearance in franchise history, a 31-10 rout of the bungling Cincinnati Bengals.
Here are my picks for NFL Wildcard Weekend and my Conn-Crete lock of the week!