The Baltimore Ravens are front and center in the news, fresh off their amazing 16-13 comeback overtime victory over the San Diego Chargers, fueled by Ray Rice's incredible effort on 4th and 29, and coming up on their second meeting in two weeks with the Pittsburgh Steelers this Sunday afternoon.
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Don't expect Big Ben to come to the rescue just yet.
Now that he's learned that Steelers CB Ike Taylor likes to talk trash, Ravens WR Torrey Smith says he's looking forward to their second meeting this season, which will be Sunday in Baltimore.
In four games since the bye, Ravens DE Arthur Jones, starting for injured DE Pernell McPhee, has been getting a greater push against opposing offensive lines and has been disruptive against the run.
Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta joins Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan, and he looks forward to another match-up against the Steelers.
From Yahoo! Sports: The Baltimore Ravens' banged-up defense has enjoyed a resurgence during the team's four-game winning streak.
The Ravens have no idea whether Charlie Batch or Ben Roethlisberger will be calling the signals at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. So they're preparing for both.
Jonathan Dwyer is the Pittsburgh Steelers' starting running back and Rashard Mendenhall is out after a rough performance in Week 12.
From Yahoo! Sports: The coach used an "open mic" approach to clear the air when players turned an edict into a surreal atmosphere.
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A deeper look at the Week 12 Ravens Chargers game.
It isn't even December, and every AFC divisional race is looking like a snooze-fest. The Denver Broncos, New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens could clinch titles by Sunday night with wins in Week 13.
With five games to go in the regular season, no division is tied and the leaders of five of the eight divisions have at least a three-game cushion.
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Ray Rice’s incredible fourth-down journey through the San Diego defense helped the Baltimore Ravens move closer to a second straight division title.
Courtesy of Thibous, Dannell Ellerbe joined the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free-agent in 2009.