For all of their shortcomings this season, the Baltimore Ravens are right in the middle of the playoff hunt.
Right about now, the Ravens and 49ers should be in the midst of their spurts toward a second straight meeting in the Super Bowl.
They’d better make their turnarounds long and powerful, because both have hit the skids.
During a season that ended in a narrow victory in the Super Bowl, the Baltimore Ravens repeatedly found a way to win close games.
John Harbaugh can’t deny it: The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens are in a dire situation after losing three straight to fall into third place in the AFC North.
Lots of fans and media types up in arms about Ravens head coach John Harbaugh calling for that onside kick last Sunday in Pittsburgh. Obviously everyone thinks it’s a bad call…Because it didn’t work! Why is Saints head coach Sean Peyton a genius for calling for that onside kick to start the second half in the Super Bowl a few years ago?…Because it worked!
We only got one lousy, stinkin’ Super Bowl championship out of you Peyton, big deal! Oh, that crazy Jimmy Irsay! It’s true, Jimmy is not your typical NFL owner. Jimmy tweets more than Justin Beiber and Miley Cyrus combined. But, to be fair….At least he isn’t his old man! How about all of that bellyaching he did last week about the Peyton Manning Era in Indy?
This may have you jumping into Middle River: A Ravens Super Bowl ring is somewhere in it.
You laugh now, but there was a time, very recently, when it was a debate. There was a time, when we thought the kid had commandeered the throne. There was a time when, when we thought it was the dawn of one empire, and the dusk of another.
Joe Flacco is the Ravens’ $120 million man, who happens to like McDonald’s. The fast food giant just unveiled its new commercial starring Flacco.
It’s the first Purple Friday of the Ravens season. Purple Pride is reaching an all-time high as the Purple Caravan travels across Maryland.
The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens are looking forward to putting their season-opening struggles behind them.
An athlete. An inspiration. A hero. Former Ravens player O. J. Brigance has been battling Lou Gehrig’s disease for six years. But he’s dedicated to helping others.