Week 16: NFL Surprises And ShutoutsIt was a Christmas miracle for many NFL fans during Week 16 of the 2015 season, with an especially sweet win for the Baltimore Ravens over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Peregrine Falcon Eggs Hatch Atop Transamerica BuildingPeregrine falcons born atop of the Transamerica building.
First-Place Ravens Impress On Both Sides Of BallOffense, defense, special teams -- at this point, it appears as if the first-place Ravens can rely on any of those units to win.
Ravens Get Defensive In 29-7 Win Over FalconsElvis Dumervil and Pernell McPhee each had two sacks, and Baltimore harassed Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan in a 29-7 victory Sunday.
It's A Ryan-Flacco Reunion For Falcons Vs. Ravens
Falcons At Ravens: Game Preview
Navy Gears Up For Surging Air Force SquadOver the summer, Air Force built a trophy case in the locker room to house one thing and one thing only -- the Commander-in-Chief's Trophy.
Athletes Who Have Overcome ScandalWe hate to disagree with the writer of The Great Gatsby, but indeed there are 2nd acts in American lives & the following Athletes have proven it. They all have fallen to scandal or public ridicule only to rehabilitate their actions & images to carry on their careers & sometimes even better & wiser than before.
The Matthews Legacy Continues With Jake Playing For The FalconsAs a third-generation NFL player, as well as relatives playing both for college and professional teams in Atlanta, Jake Matthews seems like a perfect fit for the Falcons.
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Scott Garceau: NFL View From Third StreetWith about a third of the NFL regular season in the books the standings are starting to mean something. The difference between 2-0 and 0-2 seems miles apart going into week 3 but it takes 16 games in 17 weeks to shake this out.
Bob Haynie: College And Pro Football PicksTo say that I'm on a roll with my football selections would be an understatement. Over the last couple of weekends, I've have been surprising even myself with this consistent brilliance. If I continue at my current pace, I may have to consider a career change.