The Baltimore Ravens are standing in Houston’s way again, only this time without Ray Lewis and their best cornerback.
Jason Butt of CBS Sports joins Haynie & Zinno to talk Ravens football.
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs hasn’t ruled out the possibility of making his season debut Sunday against the Houston Texans.
John McClain covers the Houston Texans and the NFL for the Houston Chronicle. He previews the upcoming AFC battle between the Baltimore Ravens and the Houston Texans.
Two drops changed Jacoby Jones’ career forever. Only one of the drops were committed by someone else entirely. A week after Jones muffed a punt in the playoffs, Lee Evans dropped a would be score that would have sent the Ravens to the Super Bowl. The result of these events seems to have changed Jones’ career for the better.
A strong defense/special teams unit could make the difference in your fantasy football league. Here are the top 10 to target.
I would expect the Broncos to win at least 11 games this year, but statistically they have the second toughest schedule.
Many analysts are making a huge mistake in looking at last week’s games as a barometer of what’s going to take place this Sunday. Again, that’s a huge mistake. The Ravens are NOT the Broncos.
Lost in all of the hoopla about Reed’s Joe Flacco comments was Ed Reed saying he would definitely return for the 2012 season.
I’m not saying the Houston defense isn’t stout, because it is, but Cam called some very interesting plays toward the end of the half and game that drove me crazy
No team in the NFL had a better home record than the Baltimore Ravens, who are headed to the AFC championship game on the strength of their 9-0 mark at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens won a home playoff game for the first time in 11 years, yet I’m hearing from many fans that the experience was unsatisfying.