What Went Wrong, Right For Baltimore Ravens In 2015There certainly are better ways to end a season. A loss to a division opponent is not how the Ravens wanted to end things.
Osemele Bids To Stick Around As Ravens Left TackleWhile many of his Baltimore Ravens teammates stagger to the finish of a lost season, Kelechi Osemele is mounting a salary drive for 2016.
Injury Report: Kelechi Osemele Set To Return When Baltimore Faces Off Against DolphinsThe Ravens haven't been the healthiest team in the NFL in 2015, but they still have a few key members of the team nursing injuries. Some will make their return on Sunday while others are still a game or two away from competing.
Kelechi Osemele's Injury Could Leave Huge Void In Baltimore's Interior LineBreshad Perriman wasn't meant to play in 2015. The rookie wideout was placed on IR earlier this week and will instead look for 2016 to be his coming out party. But what other injuries should Ravens fans be concerned with?
Injury Report: Ravens LT Eugene Monroe Likely Out Against ChargersLosing is never fun in any sport. But doing so with key players going down can be particularly frustrating. The Ravens hope to get a few players back on the field as they continue to search for their second win of the season.
Steve Davis: Nice Honor For YandaPro Football Focus named Marshall Yanda number five in its Top 101 Players in the NFL.
Injury Report: Ravens TE Owen Daniels Sidelined With Knee InjuryThe Ravens get a huge boost to their offensive line with key members returning to action. But Owen Daniels will be out of action and will force Flacco to look for other options down the field.
Ravens Get Defensive In 29-7 Win Over FalconsElvis Dumervil and Pernell McPhee each had two sacks, and Baltimore harassed Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan in a 29-7 victory Sunday.
Flacco's Blind Side A Concern Heading Into Tampa BayThe key to any good offensive attack in the NFL is a great QB, athletic receivers, and a solid offensive line. The Ravens offensive line is anything but solid after injuries seem to be knocking players down one game at a time.
Bob Haynie: Offensive Line Play Must Improve For The RavensTo say that the 2013 Baltimore Ravens struggled on offense would be a massive understatement.
Glenn Younes: Ravens - No SurprisesI can already tell you what the #Ravens slogan is... or at least should be. NO SURPRISES. Think about it. It's the theme of the year.
Vinny Cerrato: Ravens O-Line Will Be Better!This year the addition of Gary Kubiak's offense with a zone blocking scheme will benefit the players but it will let Juan Castillo teach what he knows best.