Sun coverage: Remember when?

  • Remember when?

    The Ravens have lost three of their past four games in Cleveland, but the last winning effort was one to remember. Kicker Matt Stover, the only remaining player from the Ravens' move from Cleveland, nailed a 52-yard field with 20 seconds left - the longest game-winner of his career - to give the...

  • Remember when?

    The largest crowd in Baltimore's pro football history showed up Sept.17, 2006, to see the Ravens dismantle the Oakland Raiders, 28-6. The Ravens' defense was at its dominant best, forcing six turnovers and sacking quarterback Andrew Walter - he wasn't even the starter; Aaron Brooks was - six times....

  • Remember when?

    Fans of the Ravens just might have the Miami Dolphins to thank for the firing of Brian Billick and the beginning of the John Harbaugh era this season. Dissatisfaction with Billick reached a new high when the Ravens lost to the previously 0-13 Dolphins, 22-16, on Dec.16 last season. The Dolphins,...

  • Remember when?

    The last time the Ravens visited Indianapolis, the Colts still played in the RCA Dome and quarterback Peyton Manning was gunning for Dan Marino's record of 48touchdown passes in a season. Although the Ravens kept Manning from the 20-year-old record, they couldn't keep the Colts out of the win column...

  • Remember when?

    There was a time when the Ravens owned the Tennessee Titans. On Nov. 24, 2002, the Titans came to Baltimore with a 6-4 record and quarterback Steve McNair playing some of his best football. But the Ravens, behind strong special teams play and a solid defense, beat the Titans, 13-12, before an announced...

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