The Ravens would never look back and would secure the 20-10 win and coupled with a San Diego Chargers loss to the Kansas City Chiefs return to the post season after a one-year absence.
Before more than 71,000, Ravens doubled up the Browns 20-10, and received a bit of luck with the Chiefs defeating the Chargers 19-7.
As the week 16 game with the Houston Texans looms, the Baltimore Ravens are actually looking healthier than they have all season. Well, at least the active roster is, but that’s good news for a team that is scratching and clawing to get into the postseason.
For the first time since being reinstate, Ray Rice took time to talk with WJZ at the Toys For Tots event held at Jimmy’s Seafood in Dundalk. Rochelle Ritchie has more on how Rice is taking the right steps to repairing a tainted image.
Back in the public eye. After almost a year of scandal, former Raven Ray Rice made his first appearance at a public charity event. He hasn’t attended any local community events since that infamous video of him punching his now-wife inside an elevator was posted online.
Coffee With Chanel Smith; People Are Talking about the Train Garden.
Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith is a fan favorite—but someone else is building his own fanbase: his eight-month-old son, TJ!
The Jaguars are 2-11 and Baltimore should win this game without much of a fuss. But if the Ravens come into this game with that mindset, they may be in for a tough fight.
The Ravens rallied with consecutive touchdown drives of 97 and 75 yards, then added the clinching score after a favorable replay reversal to beat Miami 28-13 Sunday.
Despite taking a 10-0 lead in the first quarter, the Ravens would struggle to capitalize on their red zone opportunities, finishing 3-7 when they had chances to score inside the 20, settling for FGs instead of TDs.
The Ravens were in a must-win situation against the Chargers and they failed to get the job done. It was a heart breaking loss that has the Ravens playoff aspirations in serious jeopardy.
If you’re a kid, taking a professional football player to school seems a little far-fetched. But for one Baltimore City student, it was a dream that became a reality Monday.