Ed Reed talks Ravens/Steelers, Big Ben & the reported near “mutiny” in the Ravens’ locker room.
What the past two weeks have proven is that Big Ben is one of the more valuable players in the National Football League. He means about as much to the Steelers as anyone means to one team. With him out, the Ravens will roll on Sunday.
The NFL’s best rivalry resumes Sunday in Baltimore and Steelers RB Isaac Redman, who also graduated from Bowie State, joins Haynie & Zinno to discuss the match-up.
This week is Ravens – Steelers round two, the Ravens will be home this time, where they have won 15 straight. Linebacker Terrell Suggs is certainly looking forward to welcoming their arch rival.
Ray Lewis is back at The Castle. But, when will he return to the field?
Less than two weeks ago, the Baltimore Ravens frustrated fleet-footed quarterback Byron Leftwich and defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers to take control of the AFC North. In the rematch Sunday, the Ravens will face a quarterback with a different skill set. Whether it will be soft-tossing Charlie Batch or the gritty and poised Ben Roethlisberger remains to be seen.
Will he play or not?
Steelers week 2 is upon us.
A win doesn’t guarantee an ‘A’ according to Mike Preston.
Jacoby Jones returned a punt for a touchdown, Justin Tucker kicked two field goals and the Baltimore Ravens took control of the AFC North with a 13-10 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night.
The Ravens will win Sunday night because Joe Flacco, not Byron Leftwich is their quarterback and Joe has experience leading 4th quarter drives in Pittsburgh.
Yes, I’m saying it, without Big Ben this game becomes a MUST win for the Ravens. Yes, A MUST WIN!