Last Saturday was the perfect day to put fresh batteries in the remote, pull up a chair and enjoy the sports entertainment that was at our disposal. Luckily for us local fans, the home teams were front and center and did not disappoint.
The Baltimore Ravens survived the tumultuous dismissal of Ray Rice, a sometimes spotty fall and a critical month without their suspended, all-everything nose tackle.
The vast majority of players on both sides of the field will be getting their first taste of what one of the NFL’s true blood feuds looks like in the playoffs when the Steelers (11-5) host the Ravens (10-6) in the wild-card round.
As Baltimore gears up for this weekend’s wild card game, Ravens fans are also gearing up on team merchandise.
With Sunday’s win over Cleveland and San Diego’s loss to Kansas City, the Ravens clinch the final AFC wild card spot.
The Baltimore Ravens are back in the playoffs, while the Seattle Seahawks will be playing at home.
It’s not always the two best teams in the World Series but these two are the best teams in mid-October and that’s what matters.
The Baltimore Ravens showed their resiliency against the Minnesota Vikings, rallying three times in the fourth quarter to squeeze out another close victory at home.
After all they’ve been through this season, the Baltimore Ravens are right where they need to be with four games left on the schedule.
When the NFL schedule was released many months ago, the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens probably figured they would be jockeying for playoff position among the best teams in the AFC entering Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.
The Ravens never expected to have a losing record in late November and to be trailing the up-and-down Jets in the race for the final wild-card slot.
It’s like Christmas for me with the start of the 2013 baseball season!!! Nothing like the return of America’s past time to get the juices flowing.
The Baltimore Ravens wanted one long final ride for Ray Lewis.