Dear Mr.Zachary Britton,Please pitch a good game tomorrow, I really would hate to see my O's lose when I never get to see them. Please and thank you. -BW
Hey guys, I'm just letting you know this series did not stop. We had a bad storm rip through my neighborhood a couple days ago, and I didn't have access to a computer. I'm really sorry for not being able to get it up lately. And I won't be able to join the thread tomorrow, because I will be in Atlanta for the Orioles game. But alas, here's today's fresh-hot "Cup of Joe".
"I wish things had ended better," Houshmandzadeh told the Times in a telephone interview. "I'm not a guy who drops the ball, but I dropped a ball that really matters. Last year was a really bad year for me on the field. It was just one of those things last year because Baltimore is the best place to play," Houshmandzadeh said. "That's why it disappoints me. I love the people there. I can't say a bad word about them. I wish I could come back, but I know the dynamic and how it works.
It seems like every season we hear the Baltimore Ravens and their fans complaining about how the NFL schedule-makers have intentionally given the Ravens a harder than average schedule. This year may be different since the schedule seems to favor the Ravens at first glance. -Drew Frazier (Bal_Hawk)
At 5-foot-8 and 212 pounds, Ray Rice isn’t the biggest NFL player by any stretch, but the Baltimore Ravens running back plays a lot better and recently was rated the 56th best player in 2011 in a list compiled by the NFL Network.
It’s not certain when the NFL’s work stoppage will come to a close, but many are hopeful its weeks away. With a much-shortened offseason ahead, league and club affairs will be kicked into overdrive. But Mike Duffy believes the #1 priority should be to begin contract talks with Haloti Ngata and Marshal Yanda. I have to agree with him seeing that these are two players we can't afford to lose.