With so many tough teams still to play (Houston, Denver, Pittsburgh twice, San Diego and the Super Bowl champion Giants.) Beating a 2-2 Cowboys team is crucial.
The Ravens may be struggling a bit on defense. But they still have a knack for getting to the football. After Tony Romo struggled to hold on to the football in Week Four, look for the defense to bait the Cowboys QB to turn the football over.
The Ravens are coming off an ugly win in Kansas City. The purple and black will head back to Baltimore to battle the Dallas Cowboys. If the offense is to get it going again, they’ll have to make containing Ware a high priority
Kevin Cowherd of the Baltimore Sun joins The Norris & Davis Show every Tuesday winner to discuss the latest in Baltimore sports. Orioles are first in the AL East, Ravens are #1 and…Tony Romo is […]
For about a half of a decade, some people around the National Football League and even fans here have been very critical of Baltimore Ravens quarterback, Joe Flacco. When the criticism of Flacco starts, he’s often […]
The keyword is “upside.” And these guys have it. Here are the top 10 fantasy football quarterbacks for the 2012 NFL season.
It’s a fun debate to have and in actuality, I don’t believe there is a correct answer.
Ryan Sebring asked for a Romo-Flacco comparison and a caller complied on The Football Fix!