After Week #4, it’s clear that the Ravens still don’t have a consistent identity on offense. Their new defense was embarrassed against the ground game.
Baltimore Raven Torrey Smith and his wife Chanel are expecting a baby!
The Ravens got by with a great special teams unit and an opportunistic defense. But that all came to an end on Sunday when the Ravens inability to move the football cost the against an inferior opponent.
Mark Zinno gives us his take on the game Sunday as the Baltimore Ravens head north to Buffalo to take on the Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
The Ravens look to rebound from a tough loss in week one. They get their proverbial “whipping boy” in week two when Cleveland comes to M&T Bank Stadium.
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Torrey Smith says it is his year to connect with Joe Flacco and fans. He says he’s ready to set an example in the locker room as well.
I decided to go through the ludicrous exercise of trying to make a game-by-game projection of the Ravens schedule, and thus, what their record will be this year.
Always controversial NFL analyst from the NFL Network, Heath Evans, joined Zinno to discuss the Ravens outlook for 2013.
Owner and agent at Pro Football Syndicate, Marc Lillibridge joined the Glenn Younes show to talk preseason football.
With three weeks left before the start of the regular season, the Baltimore Ravens are still searching for production and consistency from their first-team offense.
The Ravens certainly did not play like a defending Super Bowl champ in the first half, when they were thoroughly out played by Atlanta’s starters. However, the second and third-teamers played like they were fighting for a spot on the squad by inspiring the comeback.