The Ravens signed Joe Flacco to the biggest contract in NFL history at the time. After winning a Super Bowl, Flacco has taken a step back as far as production. It’s time for Flacco to get back on track and duplicate his performance from the previous postseason.
It’s only strange that Harbaugh admits to calling a successful fourth down play but says he’s not involved in the offensive play calling.
The high flying one sided relationship between Baltimore and the Browns is changing as we know it.
Just last week, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs declared the Ravens in a “state of emergency.” It might be at “Code Red” now.
Everyone seems to have a solution for the Baltimore Ravens. The solutions seem so simple and yet so unattainable.
The 3-4 Ravens are at a crossroads, they have lost three of their last four games by a total of eight points, which places them 2 games behind the Bengals.
Under John Harbaugh the Ravens are undefeated after the Bye week. John Harbaugh and the Ravens are also undefeated against the Browns all time 11-0. Even with the deck seeming stacked against the Browns in […]
The Baltimore Ravens appear to have benefited from the time off they received during their bye week.
If they weren’t so successful in the past, the Baltimore Ravens would be seriously concerned about the present.
Lots of fans and media types up in arms about Ravens head coach John Harbaugh calling for that onside kick last Sunday in Pittsburgh. Obviously everyone thinks it’s a bad call…Because it didn’t work! Why is Saints head coach Sean Peyton a genius for calling for that onside kick to start the second half in the Super Bowl a few years ago?…Because it worked!
Week 8 in the NFL finds the Ravens on the sidelines. So what does a Raven fan do on a Sunday when he can’t watch his Ravens?
There may be things that you don’t like about John Harbaugh. That is your right. However, firing a guy that has his track record without any true failure makes no sense.