WATCH WJZ TUESDAY @ 11 A.M.: New Baltimore Mayor Inauguration Ceremony
Keidel: Are These Chiefs For Real?The Chiefs seem to be perennial contenders, but never quite good enough to make the Super Bowl. This season might be different.
Blue Jays Sign Utility Man Steve PearceThe Toronto Blue Jays signed utility player Steve Pearce to a two-year, $12.5 million contract.
Under Armour, MLB Announce 10-Year Uniform DealUnder Armour and Major League Baseball will team up for a 10-year uniform deal, the companies announced Monday.
Ravens Team Grades: Baltimore Dominates Dolphins In Best Performance Of SeasonThe Baltimore Ravens dominated the hottest team in the AFC on Sunday afternoon, ending the Miami Dolphins win streak at six games with a 38-6 victory.
Mike Preston Grades The Ravens Dominating 38-6 Win Over The DolphinsMike Preston of the Baltimore Sun grades the Ravens 38-6 win over the Dolphins.
College Football Bowl Game Match-ups, ScheduleThe college football bowl schedule is complete.
Joe Flacco, Ravens Just Had Their Best Best Game Of The YearJoe Flacco went 36-of-47 for 381 yards, passed to 10 different receivers, had four touchdowns and just one interception.
Ravens Showed Dominance In 38-6 Win Over DolphinsThe Dolphins simply could not manage any momentum against the Ravens' No. 2-ranked defense, which allowed just 277 total yards.
When Linemen Go Down, Teams Can Quickly Fall Out Of SyncThe Ravens started the same offensive line for the first three games of the season and went 3-0. Injuries set in, and Baltimore lost four straight — part of a stretch of eight straight games in which they started a different line combination.
Flacco, Ravens End Dolphins' 6-Game Run With 38-6 RoutJoe Flacco threw for 381 yards and four touchdowns, and the Baltimore Ravens overwhelmed the Dolphins in the first half of a 38-6 victory Sunday that ended Miami's six-game winning streak.
Joe Flacco Lights Up The Miami Dolphins In The First HalfJoe Flacco put up one of the best stat lines this season in the first half against the Miami Dolphins.
Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Washington In The College Football PlayoffThe committee has spoken. These four teams will compete for this year's title.

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