Perhaps the most telling part of Mohamed Sanu's press conference Tuesday to announce his decision to enter this April's NFL draft was when a reporter asked if there was anything left for him to accomplish at Rutgers:
The Ravens clinched a title and headed home, which is the only place they want to be at this time of the season.
Eight games, eight wins. The Baltimore Ravens achieved perfection at home for the first time, and now they're looking to add to that ledger in the playoffs.
Almost every hour of the day is Tebow Time in Denver.
As long as Terrell Suggs continues to harass opposing quarterbacks, and if defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano repeatedly finds the perfect blitzes to call, the Baltimore Ravens will keep on winning without Ray Lewis.
As Ray Lewis watched from the sideline, Baltimore's other Ray ran roughshod over the Browns.
The pop still echoes through Jarvis Jenkins' mind. Three months couldn't quiet the sound that seems as fresh as the bright scar that works its way up his right knee. Oh, Jenkins tries to forget the noise that exploded from his knee that August night in Baltimore.
Playing without middle linebacker Ray Lewis for the first time in 58 games, the Baltimore Ravens turned to their offense in an important AFC North showdown against the Cincinnati Bengals.