With all the storylines this week, fans say a win in Thursday night’s prime time game is exactly what the Ravens and the city needed.
The Baltimore Ravens have placed cornerback Lardarius Webb on the inactive list for Thursday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
There’s no party like a Ravens party. Fans are tailgating around M&T Bank Stadium ahead of the Ravens-Steelers match up.
Baltimore is sold out! Crowds pack Charm City for the 200th anniversary celebration of the national anthem and the Ravens-Steelers game on Thursday Night Football.
CBS isn’t holding anything back for its first ever Thursday night game. After a $275 million investment the network is promising fans a one of a kind show with a Super Bowl type feel.
From Sunday’s game until today, the Ravens have been under a great deal of stress leading up to tomorrow’s game against the Steelers. “The Ravens have to be dialed in,” said Wilson. “The players are feeling stress, [but] not as stressed as the people involved or the people that have to make the decisions.”
The Ravens take on the Steelers Thursday night, and they’ll do so trying to avoid going 0-2 to start the season. Two divisional losses to open the 2014 NFL campaign would be a devastating hole, and they’ll have to go through a balanced Pittsburgh offense to do so. “They like to run the ball and have done so pretty well so far,” said Colony.
Four days after opening the season by losing to a division foe at home, the Baltimore Ravens face their most-hated rival in a pivotal game Thursday night.
NFL Hall Of Fame Quarterback And CBS Sports Color Commentator Phil Simms Joined The Scott Garceau Show
Scott asked Phil if he believes that the Ravens made the correct move in cutting Ray Rice. “What could they have done, hey can only go by the information that has been given to them. I don’t know what to say.”
Jim Colony of Pittsburgh’s 93.7 The Fan joins Scott and Jeremy to summarize the Pittsburgh Steelers’ preseason thus far, as well as their outlook for the regular season. Though the Steelers have a solid reputation […]
On the AFC North side, Andy Dalton and the Bengals will probably fall behind with the Steelers or the Ravens being most likely to win the division. Both the Ravens and the Steelers finished 8-8 last year and are ready to hit the play offs again, and win. The Steelers have potentially filled the spot of Emmanuel Sanders and his name goes by Markus Wheaton. Wide Receiver Lance Moore scored ten touchdowns last year at the University of Toledo. Wilson says that Lance is “smart and crafty.” Moore is probably one a good pick up for the Steelers, something that they need.
“I think the Ravens will definitely contend for a wild card spot in the AFC, but I don’t think the team is good enough to win the division,” said Kostos. “I know the Cincinnati Bengals made an impression last year, but I actually think the Steelers are winning the division.”
“I think the Steelers are flat out better than Baltimore, and I think the Bengals are slightly better as well,” Kostos claimed. “That leaves the Ravens on the outside looking in.”