The Ravens are good enough to make the playoffs. But if the defense doesn’t find a way to fix their issues, it may not matter.
The home office knows Sunday night’s blowout in Green Bay was the lowest rated of the season for NBC’s Sunday night package. Can’t blame people for tuning out, Chicago was down 42-0 at halftime that’s the largest halftime deficit EVER for an NFL game in primetime.
Ravens throttled Titans 21-7 and have won 10-straight home games in November, the NFL’s longest such streak but it was a slow start for their defense. The Titans controlled the game early having the ball […]
It wasn’t a perfect game by any stretch of the imagination, but the Ravens picked up a huge must win game against the Titans.
Keith Bulluck from Sirius XM NFL joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Jason La Canfora to talk about the upcoming game against the Baltimore Ravens and The Tennessee Titans.
M&T Bank Stadium may be just what the doctor ordered for a Ravens team that has lost two straight division games on the road. If Baltimore wants to enter the bye week on a good note, they’ll have to take care of a Titans team that has seen their fair share of struggles.
105.7 The Fan’s Jerry Coleman joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Femi to discuss the Ravens and Steelers game last night as well as the conference with John Harbaugh.
Ryan Wilson from CBS Sports joins The Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn and Femi to discuss the NFL games this past weekend.
Vinny & Rob breakdown the whooping the Ravens took at Heinz Field on Sunday night.
There’s nothing fun about losing to the Steelers on national television. But losing by 20 points to your division rival is as bad as it gets.
Reality came quickly after the greatest day — statistically at least — of Ben Roethlisberger’s career.
There cannot be a season when the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers play and national television does not take advantage of the rivalry.