Friday Ravens Links

It was a tough night for Baltimore's starters, even though the Ravens came away with a 27-23 win over Atlanta. - Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Here's your daily 'Cup of Joe' with Ravens stories from other sources around the World Wide Web.

Ravens Overcome Sluggish First Half To Beat Falcons

Outside of the 77-yard touchdown from Torrey Smith, the Ravens had a horrid first half against Atlanta, writes the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec.

Ravens Defense Struggles Early

The Ravens' defense came down to earth after giving up a lot of yardage in the first half of its 27-23 win over Atlanta.

John Eisenberg: Five Thoughts From Atlanta Game

BaltimoreRavens.com's John Eisenberg gave his take from Baltimore's preseason win over Atlanta.

Jimmy Smith Not Proving His First-Round Pick Status

The Sun's Mike Preston writes that it's apparent cornerback Jimmy Smith is running out of time to prove he's worth the first-round pick Baltimore used to get him.

Jimmy Smith Takes A Step Back

After a positive preseason thus far, Jimmy Smith saw himself head in reverse Thursday night, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.

New Bag Rules Run Smoothly At M&T Bank Stadium

All went well with the Ravens' new bag policy inside M&T Bank Stadium.

A.Q. Shipley Doesn't Help Cause In Center Competition

Shipley had a night filled with mistakes, writes the Carroll County Times' Zenitz.

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