It was embarrassing. It was ugly. It hurt them in the standings. And most of all, it was unexpected.
After not scoring a touchdown against the Detroit Lions on Monday night football their woes continued as the Patriots shut down the Ravens in a 41-7 rout.
This was as close to a playoff game as it gets in the regular season for the Baltimore Ravens. If they won, they’d be guaranteed a shot at a division title. With a loss at the hands of New England, they may now miss the postseason all together.
Ray Lewis is retired, Bernard Pollard is playing elsewhere, and Tom Brady won’t have Ed Reed to kick around anymore.
The best way to beat the New England Patriots is with strong play from your quarterback. That’s what makes Joe Flacco’s injury the focal point as the Ravens game against New England approaches.
Tony Lombardi of the Russell Street Report joined the Scott Garceau Show on Friday to preview the Ravens vs. Patriots game this Sunday. When asked about if the Ravens can do what it takes for […]
The Patriots certainly bring out the best in number 5, if not the entire team.
Former NFL offensive lineman and Sports USA analyst, Ross Tucker, joined Zinno on Last Call to break down the Ravens-Patriots match up this Sunday.
Mark Zinno gives us his keys to the game for Sunday’s matchup as Tom Brady and the Patriots come to Baltimore to take on the Ravens in the final home game of the regular season.
It’s Time to get ready for Fantasy Football and Keith Hernandiz joins The Scott Garceau Show.
Tom Brady’s recent problems against the Baltimore Ravens came when they still had Ray Lewis and Ed Reed.
With the Ravens still fighting for a chance at the AFC North title, the last thing they wanted was an injury to their star QB. And while the injury may be minor, it’s something both the Ravens and Patriots will be watching closely.