Ravens running back Ray Rice joined the Scott Garceau Show to talk about the snowy Vikings game, the return of Dennis Pitta, the running game struggles this season & more.
Before anyone else wants to tell me how wrong I am, wait. Wait for the next three weeks to play out. There is more left to prove for the 2013 Ravens.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh doesn’t see anything wrong with a snowball fight.
The Baltimore Ravens showed their resiliency against the Minnesota Vikings, rallying three times in the fourth quarter to squeeze out another close victory at home.
If you keep saying “I’ve never seen anything like that before!”, it’s true. You haven’t. The Ravens win over the Vikings was in fact history making.
The Ravens have scored first in four out of their last five games, and are now 39-8 at home and 11-1 against the NFC teams under John Harbaugh in Baltimore.
The Ravens needed to win this game against the Vikings to remain in the playoff chase. With the loss of Adrian Peterson early in the game, it appeared as if the Ravens would cruise to victory. Instead, Ravens fans were treated to one of the wildest finishes in the history of the NFL.
Mike Preston gives out his grades for the Ravens 29-26 win over the Minnesota Vikings.
The Baltimore Ravens are coming off an emotional victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. So it wouldn’t be a stretch to expect the defending Super Bowl champions to experience a letdown at home Sunday against the struggling Minnesota Vikings.
It’s been a long time since Ravens fans saw Joe Flacco connect with Dennis Pitta for a touchdown. It appears as though the long wait may be over as Pitta continues to get himself ready for a possible return to the gridiron.
Tony Lombardi, contributor to RussellStreetReport.com joined The Scott Garceau Show with Ken Weinman Friday to preview the Ravens game versus the Minnesota Vikings this weekend. A lot of things were discussed but they started off […]
As I’ve mentioned on my show, when it’s on the air, the TE position is maybe THE chic position, a must have in today’s NFL.