After back-to-back road losses to the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers, the Baltimore Ravens had fallen into last place in the AFC North and were a team that could really use a win. On Sunday […]
Ravens throttled Titans 21-7 and have won 10-straight home games in November, the NFL’s longest such streak but it was a slow start for their defense. The Titans controlled the game early having the ball […]
The Good News… The Ravens, despite the 27-24 loss in Cincy, are 5-3. They are still in the thick of the AFC North and AFC Wild Card races.
I’m not about to compare this to the 2000 Ravens defense, but it looks like this defense could be an upper echelon defense.
The Baltimore Ravens are playing defense with the kind of swagger usually associated with a first-place team.
Turnovers, muffed punts and dropped balls aren’t something we look for in a playoff-hopeful team but the sky is not falling.
Our intern, Ben, takes a look at the Ravens’ defensive front 7, why it’s important and why it’s better than what we thought we had last year.
John Eisenberg joined Ed and Steve to talk about the Ravens mandatory mini-camp.
Glenn rants about the frantic fans that are concerned about lost players and not making a splash during free agency.
With headlines swirling around Ravens RB Ray Rice regarding his arrest in Atlantic City, the club attempted to divert their attention to Pro Bowl LB Terrell Suggs’ contract extension.
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.