With the season coming to a close, it appears as if Baltimore is slowly returning to full strength.
The Ravens, following a much needed win over division rival Pittsburgh, look to make the playoffs for the sixth consecutive year as they currently stand at 6-6, which is good enough to maintain the 6th spot in the AFC.
After all they’ve been through this season, the Baltimore Ravens are right where they need to be with four games left on the schedule.
Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil left Thursday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second quarter with a sprained left ankle, but returned to action in the second half.
The Ravens earned win number four on the season after outlasting the Cincinnati Bengals 20-17 in OT. Coleman talks 1-on-1 with several players.
Since the opener, Baltimore’s defense has regrouped and seem to be heading in a positive direction. They are also growing in confidence.
After Week #4, it’s clear that the Ravens still don’t have a consistent identity on offense. Their new defense was embarrassed against the ground game.
A redemptive performance by the Baltimore Ravens’ defense provided the defending Super Bowl champions with another win over their favorite patsies, the Cleveland Browns.
The Ravens start their title defense in the place where a lot of big moments were made, in Denver.
The Defending Champion Ravens will arrive in Denver with a few new faces on the roster this season.
The Baltimore Ravens head back to the scene of the crime where they successfully stole the 2012-13 AFC Divisional Playoff win from the favored Denver Broncos, lead by future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning. The Broncos will look to minimize the errors committed in the last match up and take home a win.
Elvis Dumervil is days away from returning to the stadium he called home for his first seven years in the NFL and facing off against his former team.