Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots: 2016 Week 14 NFL Pick

Baltimore Ravens (7-5) at New England Patriots (10-2) The Patriots are a very interesting team. Despite being without Tom Brady for the first 4 games of the season, they rank 2nd in first down rate. Since Brady returned, they are 7-1 with 6 of 7 wins by double digits. However, they have had a very easy schedule over those 8 games. Aside from Seattle, who beat them by a touchdown...
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10 hours ago

Ravens Vs Patriots: The Fantasy Football Preview

Monday Night Closes The Fantasy Football Week and Ravens Vs. Patriots could not be a bigger match up: What players can you count on from a fantasy football perspective in this game? The Monday night battle between the Ravens and the Patriots is an important one for Baltimore.  The Ravens need to win this game […] Ravens Vs Patriots: The Fantasy Football Preview - Ebony Bird -...
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11 hours ago

Baltimore Ravens Saturday Injury Report

Check out key the players who practiced and who did not for the Ravens on Saturday in preparation for Patriots on Monday. On Saturday, Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Alex Lewis returned to practice in limited participation for the second day in a row and he is listed as doubtful for Monday’s matchup against the New England Patriots. Ravens veterans in Terrell Suggs and Jeremy...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
11 hours ago

Who's Playing, Who's Not vs. New England Patriots

The Ravens are healthy as they head down the final stretch. Rookie guard/tackle Alex Lewis (ankle) is back earlier than expected, but doubtful to play against the Patriots.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
13 hours ago

Ravens in good spot health-wise for Monday's matchup versus Patriots

Crockett Gillmore and Lorenzo Taliaferro the only players sidelined.
Via Ravens Insider
13 hours ago

We need to start having a HOF discussion about OLB Terrell Suggs

Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is having a very underrated hall of fame caliber career. Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs was drafted by the team in 2003 and 14 seasons later he has created a legacy that makes him one of the greatest outside linebackers to ever play in the NFL. Suggs won defensive rookie of the year in 2003, defensive player of...
Via Baltimore Beatdown
13 hours ago

Ravens Flockstar: No Converting This Baltimore Homer In New England

Maryland-raised fan Andrew Appler moved to New England in 2009 and the first question he always gets is, 'Ah yah, a Sax and Pats fan yet?' The answer is always and emphatic, 'Never!'
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
18 hours ago

Eisenberg: Ravens Can Prove They Have Their Swagger Back

The Ravens' stock has sunk a bit since they won the Super Bowl four years ago, but playing well against the New England Patriots in primetime could solidify Baltimore's recent surge.
Via BaltimoreRavens.com
20 hours ago

Baltimore Ravens Vs. New England Patriots: An Inevitable Rivalry

If you made a ranking of the most successful teams in the NFL since 2000, the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens would be at the top of the list. The Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XXXV in the 2000 season with arguably the best defense the NFL has ever seen. This was the […] Baltimore Ravens Vs. New England Patriots: An Inevitable Rivalry - Ebony Bird - Ebony Bird ...
Via Ebony Bird
1 day ago

Ravens' depth at outside linebacker makes for difficult decisions

Team benefiting from having six edge players, even if it can't dress them all
Via Ravens Insider
1 day ago

Alex Lewis a surprise participant at Ravens' practice Friday

Rookie guard has missed past three games with high ankle sprain.
Via Ravens Insider
1 day ago

Harbaugh stands by claim Pats broke rules in 2015 playoff game

It has been nearly two years since the New England Patriots beat the Baltimore Ravens in a playoff game thanks in part to a loophole in the NFL rule book, and John Harbaugh still has not completely moved on. While speaking to reporters on Thursday, Harbaugh was asked about the Patriots exploiting the rules regarding eligible and ineligible receivers. He didn’t exactly ignore the...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Terrell Suggs still refusing to say Tom Brady's name

Terrell Suggs and Tom Brady have played the roles of fierce rivals over the years during the contentious gridiron battles between the former’s Baltimore Ravens and the latter’s New England Patriots. And even though Suggs in a way respects Brady, he curiously makes it a practice to never utter the quarterback’s name. Instead, Suggs routinely uses the droll “quarterback...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens' new grass field draws mostly praise, some criticism

BALTIMORE (AP) The Baltimore Ravens' motivation for changing to a grass field this year was to protect players from sustaining the kind of injuries that occur on artificial turf. Adhering to a poll of the team, the Ravens pulled up the synthetic surface they'd been using for 13 years at M&T Bank Stadium and laid down the real thing during the summer. ''Principally, we did it...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Smith wears Yoda costume to press conference

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith seems to have taken on a new identity, and it is one that may have him asking opponents something like this: “Judge me by my size, do you?” If you’re a “Star Wars” fan, you immediately recognized that as a famous Yoda quote. Now have a look at what Smith showed up to his press conference wearing on Wednesday: Steve Smith Sr...
Via Larry Brown Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens: Getting Results From Unexpected Places

The Ravens Are Getting Great Performances From Players They Did Not Know They Could Count On: The Ravens have gotten great performances from players that did not have the highest of expectations. Zach Orr for example came into training camp competing for a starting job. Now, Orr is the leading tackler on the team and […] Baltimore Ravens: Getting Results From Unexpected Places...
Via Ebony Bird
3 days ago

Justin Forsett reunites with Gary Kubiak in Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) Justin Forsett is reuniting with Gary Kubiak in Denver. The Broncos claimed the 31-year-old running back off waivers from Detroit to replace Kapri Bibbs, who went on IR with a high left ankle sprain. Over his career, Forsett has averaged 5.5 yards a carry in Kubiak's offenses and 4.4 yards elsewhere. With Kubiak as his offensive coordinator, Forsett set...
Via Associated Press
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Flacco, Ravens end Dolphins' 6-game run with 38-6 rout

BALTIMORE (AP) Joe Flacco threw for 381 yards and four touchdowns, and the Baltimore Ravens overwhelmed the Dolphins in the first half of a 38-6 victory Sunday that ended Miami's six-game winning streak. Baltimore (7-5) led 24-0 at halftime behind Flacco and a dominant performance from the league's second-ranked defense. Flacco went 27 for 34 for 258 yards and three scores over...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: NFL to review rule that allowed Ravens' holding play

Unsurprisingly, the NFL’s competition committee is going to take a look at the Baltimore Ravens’ rule exploitation. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the committee will consider amending the rule that ensures that the game can end on an offensive penalty. Currently, offensive penalties do not result in any untimed down, thus ensuring that a team could theoretically commit...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Eugene Monroe opens up about NFL’s drug policy

Eugene Monroe played seven seasons in the NFL. He was a top-10 pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars back in 2009 and saw himself traded to the Baltimore Ravens midway through the 2013 season. Monroe, who starred playing college football at Virginia, abruptly called it quits on his NFL career this past spring. This decision came after the former offensive tackle spoke out about the...
Via Sportsnaut
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Blandino: NFL competition committee will look at intentional holding

The Baltimore Ravens found a loophole and took advantage this past Sunday by holding just about every opponent on the last play of the game. And while it was a cool and pretty brilliant idea, you knew the know-it-all, power-hungry NFL wouldn’t stand for this kind of tomfoolery. Just days after the play took place, NFL VP of officiating Dean Blandino went on the NFL Network and...
Via The Comeback
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Ravens’ Eric Weddle eats a gallon of ice cream after every win

Baltimore Ravens safety Eric Weddle says that when it comes to celebrating a hard-earned victory, nothing goes down better afterward than some ice cream. But Weddle doesn’t just slightly indulge his sweet tooth when enjoying his favorite post-win treat. Not by a long shot. In fact, Weddle recently admitted to overindulging in epic proportions … or perhaps portions is more...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
10 days ago  |  Discuss

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