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Topic - John Harbaugh
Fifteen months after winning the Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is attempting to rebound from the most disappointing season of his NFL career.
After guiding the Ravens to the championship in February 2013, Flacco threw 22 interceptions last season — 10 more than in any of his previous five seasons — and his 73.1 quarterback rating was the lowest of his career. Even worse, the Ravens went 8-8 and missed the playoffs for the first time since his arrival in Baltimore.
John Harbaugh likes the pose on his bronze statue.
John Harbaugh is quite familiar with Jay Gruden, and the Ravens coach considers the new Redskins leader and "excellent coach."
When it came down to it, Jacoby Jones decided he just wanted to stay with the Baltimore Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens traded for Eugene Monroe in October hoping to solidify a left tackle position that had been unstable since Jonathan Ogden retired following the 2007 season.
Gary Kubiak was bored and in need of a job, if for no other reason to give his wife some breathing room at home.
The 52-year-old Kubiak replaces Jim Caldwell, who left to become coach of the Detroit Lions. The Ravens also announced they have hired Rick Dennison, the Texans former offensive coordinator, as their quarterbacks coach.
Gary Kubiak, not Kyle Shanahan, is going to be the Ravens' offensive coordinator.
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh may not have to look far to find his new offensive coordinator.
Joe Cipiti, the grandfather of NFL coaching brothers Jim and John Harbaugh, has died. He was 98.
This is the time of year when John Harbaugh usually gets his team ready for the postseason. On this day, however, he was stuck with explaining what went wrong during an 8-8 season that caused Baltimore to miss the playoffs for the first time in his six years as an NFL head coach.
The only way the Ravens can qualify for the playoffs is as the second AFC wild-card team. Baltimore must beat Cincinnati and hope either Miami (8-7) or San Diego (8-7) loses or ties, or, in a stretch, the Ravens can make it with a loss if San Diego and Miami also lose and Pittsburgh (7-8) ties or loses.
Just a month ago, the defending Super Bowl champions were 4-6. Now they're in command of the final AFC wild card and still in the running for another division title.
Tucker made six field goals, including a franchise-record 61-yarder with 38 seconds left that lifted Baltimore to an 18-16 win over the Detroit Lions in a Monday night matchup with major postseason implications.
Coach John Harbaugh said, "It's part of the process. There are consequences when you make a mistake; we'll move forward."
"There have been a lot more phone calls this year than other years to find out what the heck some guys are thinking at times," he said. "I'm disappointed with some of the silliness that's going on. Character really matters to us. You don't do the right thing just because you call a cab. How about we start out with the idea that we're not going to go out and drink?"