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Down by three touchdowns in the second quarter, the Baltimore Ravens were being jeered by the home crowd and in danger of losing another game to a sub-.500 opponent.
Monday, Oct. 31
A couple of long passes, Billy Cundiff's right leg and an efficient performance by the Baltimore defense was enough to give the Ravens another double-digit win at home.
Thirty minutes into the first game of the season, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis stood before his teammates and delivered an inspirational and insightful speech that set the tone for the entire season.
This was supposed to be the year the St. Louis Rams emerged as a legitimate playoff contender. Not only are they winless, they've been pushovers.
Go ahead, pick your adjective. The Pittsburgh Steelers probably used it following a stunning 35-7 loss to Baltimore on Sunday.
The Baltimore Ravens vented eight months of frustration within the span of three incredibly satisfying hours.
An overview of the Baltimore Ravens heading into the 2011 season.
The NFL season starts Thursday, which spares me from the obligatory advice column. And that's a good thing because fantasy football advice is much like relationship advice. No one really knows what they're talking about, and success is more dumb luck than anything.