On their way to the Super Bowl last season, the Baltimore Ravens knocked off the top-seeded Denver Broncos by erasing a fourth-quarter deficit with a near-miraculous touchdown pass.
Ravens beat the Bengals in OT sure, but I’m not sure I learned much about their future progress.
The guys discuss with Dave about the state of the Bengals coming into this week
John Harbaugh can’t deny it: The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens are in a dire situation after losing three straight to fall into third place in the AFC North.
Mark Zinno recaps the Baltimore Ravens win over the Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium & the running game & Flacco’s impact on the victory.
Flacco, considering he was getting his body crushed, had a minimal running game and a very questionable receiving corps, played really well.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco lived up to his nickname during one unforgettable game day.
The Ravens left last Thursday’s game against Denver a little banged up, but they expect most of their players to be there for their first divisional match-up on Sunday against the Browns.
Former Denver Bronco and current Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil laments on his shortcomings during last season’s upset of the Broncos in the divisional round of the playoffs but says this year, as a Raven, he wants to prove himself.
Denver fans are calling, tweeting and basically melting down trying to deep-six the Ravens number 5. A Denver broadcaster has gone “I’m as mad as hell and not going to take this any more” and asked his followers to join him in defacing Flacco posters along 16th street.
Huge banners featuring quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Joe Flacco have been put up outside of Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Broncos fans are fine with Manning, but they want to know why the competing quarterback is there as well?
With the Pitta Panic hopefully now subsiding the Baltimore Ravens offense has to take a real serious look at itself to figure out what it’s going to be in 2013.