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Another Super Bowl in New Orleans: Niners vs. Ravens Preview

No matter what kind of research- stats, rival-record history, officiating trends, breakfasts’ players are eating on game day morning-we look up, we won’t  predict the outcome of Super Bowl XLVII easily.  Still, that won’t deter us from covering every angle in order to determine which team has the winning edge this Sunday. Let’s Start Obvious: On paper, the 49ers blow the Ravens out of the water in most categories. They pretty much blow every NFL team out of the water overall, wow. According to Profootballfocus.com, perhaps the greatest website designed to evaluate-every… Read more Another Super Bowl in New Orleans: Niners vs. Ravens Preview

Keeping Ray Lewis’s Career Alive: Ravens vs. Colts, Wild Card Preview

If you attempted to surf the Baltimore Ravens official website this past week, you couldn’t help not skipping past the highlight montage created for family and fans, recapping the entire Ravens’ 2012 season. After watching the well designed video, I couldn’t help but get the sense that the Ravens’ season has finally come to an end, but then I was like, “Oh yeah, don’t cry Alan, the playoffs are just about to begin!” Finally, I watched a press conference held by Ray Lewis announcing his return to the AFC Wild Card game… Read more Keeping Ray Lewis’s Career Alive: Ravens vs. Colts, Wild Card Preview

Hey Peyton, Remember Me? Ravens Vs. Colts Week 15

15 out of the 16 games being played at 1 o’ clock this Sunday have playoff aspirations at stake. The Ravens may have had back to back losses in the last two games of the regular season, but a win versus the Denver Broncos this weekend @ home will secure them a playoff birth in 2012. Can it be done? The last time the Ravens lost back to back games was in 2009. They actually lost 3 straight to the Patriots, Bengals, and Vikings. The Patriots game was decided by 6 points (away),… Read more Hey Peyton, Remember Me? Ravens Vs. Colts Week 15

Trading Places: Kirk Cousins Relieves RGIII in Overtime Win Vs. Ravens

RGIII and Kirk Cousins (?) combine efforts or just trade places to keep their playoff hopes alive, as the 7-6 Redskins get a win in nail biting fashion to enter the NFC wild card race. Scoring Drives: The Redskins got on top first after completing an 80 yard drive with RGIII capping it off, buying enough time to find Josh Morgan in the end zone on a 3rd down and goal. Then Joe Flacco mustered an 81 drive together of his own, ending it with a 19 yard strike to Anquan Boldin (which was 2nd touchdown reception on the day)… Read more Trading Places: Kirk Cousins Relieves RGIII in Overtime Win Vs. Ravens

“No Excuses, No Explanations!” Ravens Lose @ Home to Third String QB

I thought a quote by Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin would be fitting for the title of this article and I, like many other analysts/fans around the world, am shocked that the Ravens suffered their first loss @ home on the season and their first loss @ home in two years for that matter, against the Pittsburgh Steelers in week 13. Now, in the last 8 games these two teams have faced one another, 7 of them have been decided by 3 points. Apparently it doesn’t matter who is behind center for the Pittsburgh… Read more “No Excuses, No Explanations!” Ravens Lose @ Home to Third String QB

Ravens Too Hot To Handle: Week 13 Game Preview

    Want to laugh? Phil Simms expects a close game between the Baltimore Ravens and the yet again Ben Roethlisbergerless Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday afternoon ( week 13) @ M&T Bank Stadium. Come again? I understand that 6 out of the last 7 games played against one another has been decided by 3 points, but how could Steelers’ third string, 38 year old quarterback Charlie Batch, muster up enough points to compete with a Baltimore Ravens’ offense that is averaging a fantastic 37 points @ home this season (#1 in the league) ?… Read more Ravens Too Hot To Handle: Week 13 Game Preview

Great Teams Create Their Own Luck: Ravens Avenge Chargers, 16-13

Heading into week 12, the Ravens knew they had a tough task on their hands matching up against a team (San Diego Chargers) they have previously lost to last season (34-14) and whose backs’ were against the wall in 2012, losing their last 5 out of 6 games. Slug fest was written all over this one before it began, and I should have known! Both teams know one another pretty well but more importantly, the Chargers, a pass first team, have major pass protection problems with Jared Gaither recently placed on I.R.,… Read more Great Teams Create Their Own Luck: Ravens Avenge Chargers, 16-13