On the surface, you can look and say the Ravens blew their chance to get in the playoffs by getting smoked by the Patriots.
Since the NFL went to 6 playoff teams per conference, 9 teams have rebounded from a 3-5 start to make the playoffs, including the Bengals and Redskins last year.
It’s only strange that Harbaugh admits to calling a successful fourth down play but says he’s not involved in the offensive play calling.
I don’t care what the schedule says. The Ravens have one game left in their season. They face the Bengals next week at home. If they lose that game, their season is done.
The high flying one sided relationship between Baltimore and the Browns is changing as we know it.
Mike Preston writes a column for the Baltimore Sun. Every Monday morning Mike grades the Ravens performance, here are Mike’s grades for the 24-18 loss to Cleveland. Joe Flacco got a D, Flacco never got […]
The Ravens don’t lose to the Browns. At least not in the past 6 years. But times are changing for the Baltimore Ravens.
Mark Zinno gives us his take on the game Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens head to Cleveland to take on division opponent, Browns at Paul Brown Stadium.
The 3-4 Ravens are at a crossroads, they have lost three of their last four games by a total of eight points, which places them 2 games behind the Bengals.
Blockbuster trades are common in most sports. But in the NFL, it’s a rare occurrence. There were reports surfacing that Baltimore may buck the trend and acquire a wide receiver to spark some life into a struggling offense. But the Ravens made the right call when they decided to pass on such an opportunity.
The guys talk to Chuck about almost everything Cleveland.
The Baltimore Ravens appear to have benefited from the time off they received during their bye week.