Thursday Ravens links

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Read what the rest of the web is saying about the Baltimore Ravens.

Terrell Suggs reflects on 'Malice in his Heart' game

The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson writes that Terrell Suggs was asked about the last time the Ravens played the Lions, a game that saw Suggs get ejected for bumping into a referee.

Quiet game for Courtney Upshaw

The Baltimore Sun's Wilson writes that Sunday's win over the Vikings was relatively quiet for outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw, who had just one tackle.

Joe Flacco welcomes playing in dome

After playing in the snow on Sunday, Flacco is ready to play a football game indoors, writes the Baltimore Sun's Matt Vensel.

Perception is reality: Big mouth = Matt Elam

Russell Street Report's Joe Polek wonders why Elam came to the conclusion that Calvin Johnson is old, among other items he tackles in this week's Perception is Reality column.

Experience could help Ravens

The Ravens have had experience winning games in December, which should benefit them at this time of the year, writes CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown.

Ravens can have potent offense

Though the statistics indicate the Ravens have a poor offensive team, its showing at the end of the Vikings game proves that the offense is capable of being potent, writes BaltimoreRavens.com's Garrett Downing.

Marlon Brown proving to be big in red zone

The rookie out of Georgia has become a go-to target inside the 20, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.

Fourth quarter Flacco coming up big

WNST's Luke Jones writes that Flacco posted his best QB rating in the fourth quarter on Sunday, which could indicate he's once again becoming clutch when it matters most.

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