Ray Lewis was inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor and Ed Reed made his return to Baltimore with his new team. You just knew the Ravens defense would show up for this game. The Ravens defeated the Texans 30-9 with a defensive performance that will not easily be forgotten.
Having any player on the injury list is never a good thing, but when a backup player is on the list, it’s more manageable. Of the eight Ravens listed on the Week 3 injury report just three are starters. Former Raven Ed Reed may be unable to suit up as Houston takes on his former team.
A familiar player will be returning to M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday but in a different uniform.
Mark Zinno gives us his take on the game Sunday as the Houston Texans come to Baltimore to take on the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
Mark Vandermeer joined Ed & Steve to talk about the upcoming Ravens vs Texans game on Sunday downtown.
Greg Gumbel joined Ed & Steve because he will be in town this Sunday to do the Ravens vs Texans game.
Ray Lewis will be enshrined into the Ravens Ring of Honor. Ed Reed will most likely play for the Houston Texans. The Ravens Week 3 will be full of emotion as two of the most popular figures in Baltimore sports return to M&T Bank Stadium.
Mark Zinno gives his reaction to the Sunday’s game against the Browns. Sure it was an ‘ugly’ win but you never apologize for a W.
It’s early in the season, but the upcoming matchup against the Houston Texans could have major playoff implications when things are all said and done. Couple that with a reunion with former Ravens safety Ed Reed, and you’ve got the makings for what could be a very intense football game.
The Baltimore Ravens are counting on having injured running back Ray Rice available for Sunday’s matchup with the unbeaten Houston Texans.
The National Football League season kicks off on Thursday night with a marquee matchup. The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens travel to Denver to face a Broncos team that is picked by many to be this year’s powerhouse squad.
Fantasy football players, take notice. Houston Texans running back Arian Foster, who figured to be a top-three pick in just about every league this year, hasn’t seen the field this preseason due to a calf injury and, now, back soreness.