Baltimore QB Joe Flacco is 9-4 in playoffs, with Super Bowl win after 2012 season. His six road playoff wins are most in NFL since 1970.
Less than 24 hours until the Ravens face-off against their rival the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The vast majority of players on both sides of the field will be getting their first taste of what one of the NFL’s true blood feuds looks like in the playoffs when the Steelers (11-5) host the Ravens (10-6) in the wild-card round.
As Baltimore gears up for this weekend’s wild card game, Ravens fans are also gearing up on team merchandise.
Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell was officially ruled out for Saturday’s pivotal wild-card game against the Ravens because of a hyperextended right knee.
The chin-straps will be snapped tightly at 8:15 Saturday night, this is Big Boy football. The Steelers are the favorites but history tells us it’ll be a tight battle.
With the Ravens heading to the playoffs, fan excitement has swept over Baltimore.
As a reward for squeezing into the playoffs on the final day of the regular season, the Baltimore Ravens face a loathsome foe in a very unfriendly environment.
Purple pride is taking over. Less than 24 hours after the Ravens clinch a spot in the playoffs, the Ravens are literally painting the town purple.
With Sunday’s win over Cleveland and San Diego’s loss to Kansas City, the Ravens clinch the final AFC wild card spot.
The Baltimore Ravens are back in the playoffs, while the Seattle Seahawks will be playing at home.
Baltimore earned a wild-card card berth Sunday by defeating the Cleveland Browns 20-10 and getting an assist halfway across the country.