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Sun reporterIn the fourth week of the season, against the bumbling Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens found an identity that can take them as far as they want to go. Integrating smashmouth football into a diversified offensive profile yesterday, the Ravens drubbed the...
Sun StaffIf this was the Ravens' statement game, it was punctuated with a major question mark. From the long touchdown pass that never was to the game-winning kickoff return that never should have been, the 17-10 loss to the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs at M&T...
Tags: Kyle Boller, Football, Dexter McCleon, Brian Billick, Sports
Sun StaffLike their leader Ray Lewis, the Ravens were pushed around, punched and left bloodied. The Ravens' 27-24 loss to the previously winless Kansas City Chiefs last night at M&T Bank Stadium delivered a nationwide statement that the defending AFC North...
Tags: Jason Dunn, Kyle Boller, Kevin Johnson, Football, Brian Billick
Tribune staff reporterThe heads hung a little lower, the hugs lasted a little longer. For a game supposedly bereft of meaning, the finality of Sunday's 31-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs affected the Bears in a profound way. As players dressed amid hushed tones in a somber...
ChicagoSports.comA couple of quick impressions before we get to the football game, the Bears' finale. This place is quite red and great ribs. OK, that's it. Football time. First quarter Dangerous return man Dante Hall returns the opening kickoff 44 yards, but the Chiefs...
Tribune staff reporterNot that Rex Grossman needed to see how badly his Bears teammates hurt Sunday, but there was no avoiding the pain in his path off Soldier Field. Running back Thomas Jones bent over to slap the ground twice. Wide receiver David Terrell clutched his...
Tags: Football, Death, Sports, Lovie Smith, Ruben Brown
RedEyeDon't get too down if your studs mostly have been stumped this season. All the research and skilled drafting in the world can't change the fact that fantasy football is a land mine filled with injuries, suspensions, politics and other unpredictable...
Sun StaffThe most defiant defense in the NFL can't say the P-word, but it can use the S-word. And the Ravens speak the language of shutouts eloquently. Ravaging a once-proud Dallas Cowboys' offense, 27-0, before 69,416 at PSINet Stadium, the Ravens' defense...
Sun StaffCINCINNATI - Pandemonium ruled for a few unworldly moments. Quarterback Trent Dilfer danced in front of the Ravens' bench, index fingers shooting flares into the sky. Split end Qadry Ismail and guard Edwin Mulitalo lifted the Ravens' unlikeliest hero,...
Sun StaffCLEVELAND - Brian Billick tossed out the bait last week and his defense snatched it up like another unprotected football. Looking to the history books for their motivation, the Ravens smothered the Cleveland Browns with their second straight shutout...
Tribune pro football reporterThe AFC West is having trouble getting jump-started. The Oakland Raiders, who won it last year, staged a walkout during a preseason rules session with NFL officials in protest of the infamous "tuck rule" that knocked them from the playoffs in New...
Sentinel Staff WriterARIZONA CARDINALS 2002 RECORD: 5-11. WHEN: July 25. WHERE: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Ariz. WHO'S NEW: Emmitt Smith, the Dallas icon who last year became the league's career rushing leader, was released in March and opted for pro football...
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