Bengals play by play guy Dave Lapham joined Ed and Steve to talk about Ravens vs Bengals this weekend.
John Eisenberg joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Ravens big game this weekend in Cincinnati.
Our own Jerry Coleman found some time in his busy schedule to join us between sitting in on the morning show and taking helicopter rides.
Ok, I am guilty of looking ahead on the calendar, and glancing at the Ravens schedule has me feeling very confident.
The Ravens are 5-2 and on a roll while the Bengals are coming off of a shut out loss to the Indianapolis Colts. Both teams view this game as an opportunity to make an impact in the AFC North.
While I’m aware that games aren’t played on paper or by computers and all the “any given Sunday” stuff, but looking at the Ravens’ schedule is cause for optimism.
Ty Schalter from Bleacher Report joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to cover the NFL. As the press conference went on this afternoon with Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti to explain his views […]
On a day in which they may have lost TE Dennis Pitta for the season with a hip injury, the Baltimore Ravens remained focused. On a Sunday afternoon in Cleveland in which their defense allowed […]
Vinny Cerrato gives us his top 12 teams in the National Football League.
The Ravens 23-16 home defeat to the Bengals marked the first time under John Harbaugh they’ve been beaten at M&T Bank Stadium to open the season. 1st time since 2005.
Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston grades the Ravens season opening loss to the division rival Bengals.
They say winning organizations release veteran players one year too soon, rather than one year too late. The former is certainly the case for the Carolina Panthers who allowed Steve Smith to leave prematurely.