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Sun reporterThese are the kind of games that help build winning football teams. The Ravens had a brilliant goal-line stand in the second quarter yesterday followed by a big reception by Michael Jackson. They got a big play in the form of a 69-yard punt return for a...
Tags: New York Jets, Elbows, New York Giants, Athletes, Jerald Sowell
Sun reporterIt took the city of Baltimore and the state of Maryland nearly 14 years to get a new stadium constructed, and the Ravens only three hours and one minute to lose their first game in the facility. The new $223 million stadium was a house of horror for the...
Sun reporterIn less than a 30-minute span, the Ravens were happy, disappointed and hopeful as they discussed their past, present and future. Shortly after a 22-0 win yesterday against the Cincinnati Bengals in the team's first-ever shutout, the Ravens displayed...
Baltimoresun.com staffAs middle linebacker Ray Lewis put on his cap and fastened his coat, his mind shot back to last year at this time when the Ravens were heading south fast. Some of the players had quit trying, and there were rumors about the coach getting fired at the...
Sun reporterThis time, there were no excuses. There was only one turnover and no fourth-quarter collapse. The receivers got open, and the inconsistent quarterback was consistent. A running back rushed for 100 yards, and the team passed for more than 300 yards....
Sun reporterThe Ravens' biggest problem from Day One is just as glaring in Week 12. A team with no major offensive players took a painful lesson from one that is loaded, as the Jacksonville Jaguars scored 23 fourth-quarter points yesterday to defeat the upset-minded...
Sun reporterMatt Stover vindicated himself in a troubled season yesterday by kicking a 50-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Ravens past the Cincinnati Bengals, 34-31, at Cinergy Field. A game between two of the NFL's worst teams may have been the most...
Sun reporterThe Ravens held one of the best teams in the NFL to 47 yards rushing, 85 yards passing, nine first downs, an average of 2.2 yards per offensive play and sacked its quarterback six times. And they still lost.In a season of close defeats, the Ravens...
Sun reporterTim Couch had a touch of a virus yesterday and the entire Cleveland Browns' team had a sick look. Couch, the first pick in the collegiate draft last April, looked like a struggling rookie quarterback as he completed nine of 21 passes for 57 yards...
Tags: Cleveland Browns, Athletes, Art Modell, Football, Ty Detmer
Sun reporterThe Ravens displayed more desire and passion in one game yesterday than they did in the previous three seasons. First, running back Errict Rhett talked trash and accidentally screamed into the official's microphone on the field that he was "running...
Sun reporterThe new era of Ravens football looked painfully similar to the old one. Quarterback Scott Mitchell was as ineffective as Jim Harbaugh. The offensive line was inept, but yesterday there was no Wally Williams or Orlando Brown to blame. An inexperienced...
Sun reporterOn a weekend when AFC playoff teams were riddled by upsets, the Ravens proved bulletproof in a desert ambush. They survived a questionable replay reversal yesterday, got two huge turnovers by linebacker Jamie Sharper and just enough offense to squeeze...
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