John Eisenberg of BaltimoreRavens.com joined Bob and Terry to talk about the Ravens as they prepare for this weekend’s playoff battle against the Patriots.
In the afterglow of a playoff victory over Pittsburgh last weekend, Ravens coach John Harbaugh proclaimed Joe Flacco to be “the best quarterback in football.”
With the win the Ravens will be in the driver’s seat of the division with a favorable schedule ahead.
(AP) — The Baltimore Ravens easily dispatched one struggling NFC South team last week and will get to face another in their return home. The Ravens try to send Atlanta to a fourth consecutive defeat […]
The Baltimore Ravens have overcome numerous challenges to put together a three-game winning streak, but now must navigate the most difficult portion of their schedule.
Andy Dalton & the Bengals beat the Ravens in Baltimore 23-16 for so many reasons it would melt the mind. Lack of rhythm on offense comes to mind, lack of pass rush on defense too but… To me it’s 3 things that went the wrong way that caused Dalton to leave Baltimore with his first win as a pro.
Don’t panic. KC and Chicago, 2 teams expected to be playoff contenders, had surprising home losses, and New England and New Orleans, both Super Bowl contenders, start 0-1.
Less than 48 hours until the Ravens’ season opener, and Baltimore is primed for what is hopefully the start of another Super Bowl run.
Solomon Wilcots of NFL Network joins Scott and Jeremy on The Fan to breakdown the Ravens’ week one matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh usually spends this time of year getting his team ready for the postseason.
Best Game: The Ravens had won only one game on the road when they went to Detroit on Monday night. The Lions took a 16-15 lead with 2:21 left, but Justin Tucker kicked a 61-yard field goal as time expired to provide Baltimore with its fourth straight win.
The Ravens were going for their sixth straight playoff berth on Sunday against Cincinnati, but fell short of their goals as they lost to the Bengals 34-17. It was a day that both the offense and defense would like to forget.