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Sun reporterIn a season in which the Ravens have taken several shots to their pride, they might have received the knockout blow last night. Fumbling and bumbling their way before a national television audience, the Ravens embarrassed themselves in a 38-7 loss to the...
Tags: Willis McGahee, Arts, Terrell Suggs, Corey Ivy, Nate Washington
Sun reporterIn many ways, the Ravens' troubling 21-7 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday was a replay of everything that has gone wrong this season, from poor quarterback play to fumbles to ineptness in the red zone. The difference yesterday: This could have...
Sun reporterA week ago, Ravens coach Brian Billick said he wanted his players to hold on to their faint playoff hopes. Now, the only goal should be fixing a flawed offense. Held to 210 yards by the NFL's 25th-ranked defense, the Ravens (4-7) sputtered to a 32-14...
Sun reporterThe Ravens were on the brink of a historic upset. Instead, they had to deal with one of the most heartbreaking defeats in their history. Hurting themselves in the fourth quarter with questionable decision-making, the Ravens fell short in a painful 27-24...
Sun reporterSix days after nearly knocking off the NFL's best team, the Ravens looked like the league's worst one. Playing without both first-string cornerbacks and without any execution, the Ravens flopped to a 44-20 blowout loss to the Indianapolis Colts at M&T...
Sun reporterIn what has been perhaps the most miserable season in their history, the Ravens had lost a handful of starters before and their share of gut-wrenching games. But they always talked about never losing their pride ... until now. Unable to hold a 10-...
A week after the Ravens believed a roughing-the-passer penalty cost them a game, there was no excuse given in watching Peyton Manning rough up their secondary. The once-struggling Indianapolis Colts quarterback ripped up the once-top-ranked pass defense,...
The Ravens stamped themselves as a contender in this year's playoff race yesterday with another historic run by Ed Reed. The Pro Bowl free safety broke his NFL record with an 108-yard interception return for a touchdown, highlighting the Ravens' 36-7...
With big plays from their offense and defense, the Ravens didn't just prove they are prime-time players last night. Before a national television audience and the largest crowd in Ravens history (71,438), the Ravens declared they have the makings of being...
Conjuring up memories and magic of their last Super Bowl run, the wild-card Ravens once again knocked off the top-seeded Tennessee Titans in an AFC divisional playoff game yesterday. Matt Stover's 43-yard field goal with 53 seconds left in the game...
Baltimoresun.com staffJoe: Is it time to just admit that the Ravens need to rebuild? What do you think of their nucleus? Do they have good young players to build around? Mike Preston: Regardless of if they have a winning season or not this year, it is time for the Ravens to...
Tags: Willis McGahee, Cris Carter, Brain, Terrell Suggs, Death
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin routinely starts his weekly news conference by running down his injury list. The last couple of weeks, that's taken only a few seconds. The Steelers are right where every NFL team wants to be in January — not...
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