Steve Smith Sr.
Baltimore Ravens fans can take a little comfort in the news that Steve Smith Sr. wants to stay and so is their OC Kubiak.
This past Sunday against the Texans the Ravens had Travis reconsidering questioning the Ravens heart.
The Ravens clawed out a 20-12 win at M&T Bank Stadium against the 2-12 Jaguars. Jerry Coleman has more from the players after the game.
Both teams needed a win on Monday Night, but only one could come out as the victor. Here’s 5 important takeaways from the Monday Night matchup between the Ravens and Saints.
Thursday night, the Utah Jazz defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 119-86 to improve their preseason record to 4-0. Despite that, Jazz head coach Quin Snyder didn’t seem satisfied (you’ll see…).
In a span of 16:03, Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco threw five touchdown passes to four different receivers against the beleaguered Tampa Bay Buccaneers to –basically– end Sunday’s game well before halftime.
Ravens’ WR Steve Smith called into WFNZ 610 AM The Fan’s “Bustin’ Loose” today to clear up rumors concerning his dismissal from the Carolina Panthers in the off season.
Through the first four games of the 2014 NFL season, the Baltimore Ravens look like a completely different team on the offensive side of the ball.
The Ravens offense triumphs over the Panthers in a decisive 38-10 win at M&T Bank Stadium.
Now that was a beatdown. Where do you start? That’s easy. Steve Smith. His first 4 games in Baltimore are the best any receiver has ever had to start the season in Ravens history. And, he’s 35 years old, in his 14th year. Amazing!
We can expect it to be an emotional game for Steve Smith, Sr and we can expect Joe Flacco to take advantage of that.
I believe all the stars have aligned for that result this Sunday at home against Carolina.