With the Baltimore Ravens nail-biting 31-29 victory over the Dallas Cowboys as well as the loss of two key starters on the defense, there is a lot to feature in this dose of news on the team from all around the World Wide Web.
Baltimore Ravens hold off the Dallas Cowboys on late missed field goal, 31-29 - The Washington Post
Place kicker Dan Bailey’s miss from 51 yards outs in the waning seconds allows Baltimore to finally exhale and celebrate a pulsating victory.
Baltimore Ravens must overcome injuries to Ray Lewis, Lardarius Webb - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
How will Ravens overcome loss of their leader? AJ Perez examines. Baltimore Ravens must overcome injuries to Ray Lewis & Lardarius Webb.
Could the Baltimore Ravens Swipe Aqib Talib From Tampa Bay Buccaneers?
A big win over Dallas felt more like a loss for the Baltimore Ravens as the injuries to their defense mount. With their best corner done for the year...
Brian Billick: I would take Ravens QB Joe Flacco over Tony Romo
Former Ravens head coach Brian Billick spoke with KESN-FM's "Galloway and Company" about the upcoming game between the Cowboys and Ravens.
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee uses Ray Lewis as leader model - KansasCity.com
Sean Lee knows what he wants to be when he grows up: The Dallas Cowboys inside linebacker wants to be the next coming of Ray Lewis.
Gosselin: Ravens are a reflection of GM Ozzie Newsome | Rick Gosselin Sports Columns - Sports News for Dallas, Texas - SportsDayDFW
Ray Lewis doesn’t necessarily make the Baltimore Ravens better than the Cowboys. Neither does Joe Flacco, Haloti Ngata, Ed Reed or Ray Rice.
After Further Review: Here's why the Ravens run defense stinks - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
Wait, the Ravens are 20th in the NFL against the run? Pete Prisco studies the tape to find out why a once-fearsome Baltimore defense could not stop Kansas City's Jamaal Charles-led rushing attack.
Ravens rookie placekicker Justin Tucker sheds nerves, shows poise as team’s leading scorer - The Washington Post
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Justin Tucker vividly remembers every detail of his first field goal try in the NFL.
Ravens fans once cheered an injured QB - AFC North Blog - ESPN
Baltimore Ravens fans must have had flashbacks of a low point in their city's football history when they heard Chiefs fans cheer QB Matt Cassel's injury.