September 10, 2012; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens players run on to the field prior to the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE
With the overwhelming victory on Monday Night Football, the Baltimore Ravens have been a fixture recently in news around the World Wide Web:
Ravens show they're primed for Super Bowl run – USATODAY.com
Baltimore crushes Cincinnati 44-13, makes statement in all three phases of the game.
Baltimore Ravens – History Says They’ll Win Super Bowl XLVII | Sportige
It’s because the Baltimore Ravens are playing the Philadelphia Eagles in the Eagles’ home opener, and for the last three seasons, whoever plays that game against the Eagles wins, and goes on to win the Super Bowl.
Fans pay respects to Art Modell at Baltimore Ravens' M&T Bank Stadium - ESPN
Ravens fans lined up by the hundreds Saturday morning to pay respects to Art Modell, the man who moved the Browns to their city.
(Many more links to Ravens news after the 'Jump')
Union-Endicott graduate Arthur Jones hopes offseason work pays off with Ravens | Press & Sun-Bulletin | pressconnects.com
The Southern Tier's First Family of Football and Flying Knee Kicks will celebrate another wondrous weekend this month, when two sons square off in a nationally-televised NFL game and a third defends his Mixed Martial Arts title.
Players from the seven-county South Jersey area have a long history in the NFL, and the tradition is continuing this season.
Brendon Ayanbadejo wants to thank Maryland legislator who wrote a letter to the Ravens condemning the linebacker's support of gay marriage.
With an aging defense and Terrell Suggs out for a major portion of the season, and an emerging, well-balanced offense in place, is the identity of the Baltimore Ravens changing?