New England Patriots
For most of his five pro seasons, RB Ray Rice (27) has been the main man on offense for Baltimore. He still is a key player, leading the team in rushing and scoring 10 TDs. But he’s not the only option, making the Ravens far more threatening with the ball than in previous years.
Ray Lewis remembers when he was a twenty something kid on the Baltimore Ravens en route to a Super Bowl title.
If the Ravens are going to win this game they will need to do 3 things.
ESPN’s James Walker talks Ravens Patriots on 105.7 The Fan.
As the Ravens get ready to take on the Patriots, purple pride has hit fever pitch. All over Maryland fans are gearing up for the big game this Sunday.
Will Brinson from CBSSports.com’s NFL blog Eye on Football joined Vinny Cerrato and Bob Haynie to talk about the latest in football.
The team will travel to Foxborough for the A-F-C Championship game, for the second straight year, linebacker Ray Lewis said, “I think, going back to last year, we made up our mind at the end of the year that wasn’t for us.”
The Ravens have been in this situation before: Championship Sunday against the Patriots. Baltimore has a chance to defeat a bitter rival and get one step closer to hoisting the Lombardi trophy. To accomplish this feat, they’ll need Flacco to play exceptionally well. But if history is any indication, the Ravens won’t have to worry about that.
Little expert. He’s young, but he has the knowledge and know-how to talk sports. And while some fans don’t always agree, this 12-year-old sportscaster says he’s only calling the games the way he sees them.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake agreed to a friendly wager with Boston Mayor Thomas Menino over the outcome of Sunday’s AFC Championship rematch between the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots.
Baltimore Ravens color analyst and former NFL Wide Receiver Qadry Ismail joined Gresh & Zo for a preview of Sunday’s AFC Championship game between the Patriots and Ravens.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has gotten his fair share of criticism since entering the league five years ago, but you won’t be hearing it from the New England locker room leading up to the AFC Championship Game.