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Ravens Season Statistics Projections (Part Two) |
This will be the final season statistics projection for the Ravens this year. This was previously done after the Ravens had played 4 games. Now they have played half of their games it is time to look again.
As past history would indicate, nothing like a spirited AFC North slugfest between Baltimore and Pittsburgh. But hold on a minute.
Rice, Ravens look for big day against Raiders - San Jose Mercury News
BALTIMORE—Ray Rice watched film of Oaklands game against Tampa Bay last week and nearly jumped out his chair in anticipation of facing a defense that yielded four touchdowns and 251 yards rushing to rookie Doug Martin.
Raiders visit Charm City to take on Ravens
There's winning pretty. There's winning ugly. And somewhere in the middle, there's the Baltimore Ravens.
Ravens Notebook: Terrell Suggs has history against Raiders QB Carson Palmer
Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs has seen enough of Raiders QB Carson Palmer to know that he can be a dangerous passer and has the ability to strike in a hurry, especially in the fourth quarter.
Ravens CB Williams deflects team’s loss of Webb with 4 interceptions in last 5 games - The Washington Post
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — It was with no small amount of angst that cornerback Cary Williams declined a $15 million, three-year offer from the Baltimore Ravens during the past offseason.
NFL Preview - Oakland Raiders at Baltimore Ravens
Since dominating their season opener, the Baltimore Ravens haven't made anything seem easy.
Raiders at Ravens Game Notes
The Oakland Raiders travel to Baltimore this week to face the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium.
AP Pro32 comments about Ravens
Clifton Brown (Sporting News, 10) — They can't look past Raiders on Rich Gannon (CBS Sports/SiriusXM NFL Radio, 7)
Some of the most important injury news Mike Tomlin presented Tuesday, however, was that Troy Polamalu may return in time to play Nov. 18 against the Baltimore Ravens.
Against Cleveland this past Sunday, Ravens LB Courtney Upshaw returned to the interior line, where he saw a handful of snaps in Baltimore's substitution package. Upshaw noticed quickly that it's a whole different battle working against interior offensive linemen.