Ravens QB Joe Flacco Breaks Consecutive Pass Completion Franchise Record Joe Flacco continues to prove how elite he is on the football field. This time he gets it done by completing 21 straight passes to shatter the franchise record. Joe Flacco was actually one completion shy of matching the league record set by David Carr.
Joe Flacco Breaks Ravens Franchise Record With 21 Straight CompletionsThe single-game record for most completions in a row is 22, so Flacco finished just one shy of the mark.
Boomer Between The Games: Week 3 Preview With Brian JonesThis week on Boomer Between the Games, former NFL linebacker & CBS Sports Radio host Brian Jones joined Boomer on the program.
Team Grades: Ravens Rally To Take Down BrownsThe Baltimore Ravens (2-0) rallied from a 20-point first quarter deficit to stun the Cleveland Browns (0-2) 25-20 on Sunday afternoon. There were plenty of miscues throughout the game from both teams. But the Ravens willed themselves to victory thanks to big-time plays from key players.
Ravens Rally From 20-Point Deficit, Stun BrownsJoe Flacco threw two touchdown passes to wide receiver Mike Wallace and the Baltimore Ravens rallied from a 20-point deficit and beat the Cleveland Browns 25-20 on Sunday.
Week 2: Flacco Or McCown In Ravens Vs Browns Matchup?The Browns will go back to Josh McCown under center for Sunday's home opener when they host the Baltimore Ravens and their stingy defense which allowed just seven points in its season-opening win over Buffalo.
Flacco, Ravens Ready To Face 'Baby-Faced' BrownsBack from a knee injury that cost him most of last season, Flacco will have his first encounter this week with the baby Browns, who have 17 rookies on their roster and are in the early stages of a massive makeover.
Ravens Players Sport 'Elite Flacco' T-ShirtThe question of whether or not Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is elite has long been debated, but as of Wednesday, we know where Flacco's teammates stand.
In Their Return From Injury, 6 Ravens Shine Against BillsSix players returning from injuries joined together to contribute to a team that went 5-11 last year — in part because of their absence.
Team Grades: Ravens Survive Against BillsThe Baltimore Ravens (1-0) won their season opener for the first time since 2012. The Buffalo Bills (0-1) gave Baltimore all they could handle. But in the end, it's the Ravens that would stand tall thanks to some big-time performances from key players.
Boomer Between the Games: Week 1 Preview With Phil SimmsThe NFL season is finally here! This season, NFL fans will be able to hear even more about their favorite teams in a brand new digital show called Boomer Between the Games.
Flacco, Forsett Among Several Ravens Eager To Start Anew"Feed me," Forsett said. "It's been a long journey back, and I'm excited to get back out there with my boys."