The Ravens have plenty to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. They’re thankful to still be in the playoff picture most of all. With a 5-6 record, Baltimore still has a legitimate chance at making the playoffs. But to keep pace, they’ll have to take down their hated rivals in the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Jim Colony of 93.7 the Fan in Pittsburgh joined Scott & Jeremy on Monday to preview the Thanksgiving match-up between the Ravens and the Steelers. Scott opened up by asking Jim what has changed over […]
On Sunday afternoon, the Baltimore Ravens will begin a three-game home stand that will go a long way in determining whether or not they will be a playoff team in 2013.
There’s a baleful buzz around Big Ben and my beloved black & gold these days. Reports say that the mountainous QB is now a mutinous QB, demanding he be traded at the end of this season.
Since the NFL went to 6 playoff teams per conference, 9 teams have rebounded from a 3-5 start to make the playoffs, including the Bengals and Redskins last year.
I don’t care what the schedule says. The Ravens have one game left in their season. They face the Bengals next week at home. If they lose that game, their season is done.
Welcome to Arena Football, NFL style. It’s the baseball equivalent of the Steroid Era with all the crazy passing numbers. Consider some of what we saw this Sunday.
We are past the Week 8 mark of the season. The Ravens are coming off of the Bye Week. All of the AFC North have a 1-1 Division Record.
The Ravens didn’t want to enter the bye with a loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. But it may end up being the best thing to happen to the Ravens this season.
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?
Winning a Super Bowl is a life changing experience. But with the events of New Orleans firmly in Baltimore’s rear view mirror, how will Baltimore respond in a season that has suddenly taken a turn for the worse?