Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Lisa Henson, daughter of Muppet creator Jim Henson. They talked about Doozers. Ron Matz welcomed Justin Tucker and singers from the Preakness to “Manic Monday.”
Remember when you heard that Ravens kicker Justin Tucker loves opera and that he’s a pretty decent opera singer? Well, apparently, this connection between opera and the Ravens started well before Tucker got on the scene.
Coming up this Sunday, is the annual NFL snooze-fest, known as the Pro Bowl.
The Ravens will be well represented at this year’s Pro Bowl. Linebacker Terrell Suggs, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, guard Marshal Yanda and kicker Justin Tucker were all selected to play in Hawaii.
Justin Tucker has made 33 consecutive field goals, the 4th longest streak in NFL history. Matt Stover is third on the list with 36 straight. The Colts Mike Vanderjagt holds the record with 42. In […]
Mark Zinno gives us his keys to the game for Sunday’s matchup as Tom Brady and the Patriots come to Baltimore to take on the Ravens in the final home game of the regular season.
Former Raven Matt Stover joined Scott and Jeremy to talk about Monday Night Football and the Amazing win by the Ravens over the Lions.
Overcoming adversity seems to be a way of life for the Baltimore Ravens, who flourish in situations that usually provoke panic and doubt.
Another remarkable win for the Ravens, as the team is heating up at just the right time. This time, it’s thanks to Justin Tucker’s powerful leg.
It’s the kick that Ravens fans won’t soon forget. Justin Tucker hit from 61 yards out, giving the Ravens a huge victory against the Lions on Monday Night Football. The win means the Ravens continue to control their own playoff destiny—and a large part of that is due to Tucker’s incredible leg. And it turns out he’s much more than a kicker.
I have been trying to objectively figure out what the Ravens are for the last two months. I’ve failed.
Every week Mike grades the Ravens performance, and here are his grades for the Ravens 18-16 win over the Detroit Lions.