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Joe Flacco is annoyed he's thrown 13 interceptions this season.
Joe Flacco is annoyed he's thrown 13 interceptions this season.
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Joe Flacco: 'Annoying' to have 13 interceptions

The Ravens' quarterback isn't happy that he's thrown so many interceptions this season, writes the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

Wrong for Ray Lewis to participate in Ahmad Brooks story

The Baltimore Sun's David Zurawik believes that Lewis should remember he's now an analyst for a media company, which should prevent him from making himself a part of the story, such as offering to pay for half of Ahmad Brooks' fine for hitting Drew Brees in the neck.

Ray Lewis' offer reportedly declined

As's Ray Frager writes, 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks has reportedly declined Ray Lewis' offer to pay for half of his fine.

Focus could be on confusing Geno Smith

With Smith being a rookie, one focus for the Ravens' defense could be to do its best to confuse him, writes the Baltimore Sun's Wilson.

Is the Ravens' rushing attack back?

Baltimore Sports and Life's Dan Bryden wonders if this past Sunday's explosion in the running back indicates better things to come throughout the rest of the season.

Offensive line notes from the Bears game

Russell Street Report's Ken McKusick took a look at the film to see how the Ravens' offensive line performed this past Sunday against the Bears.

Three days to clean Ravens jerseys

After Sunday's mud bowl against the Bears,'s Ryan Mink writes that it took three full days to clean the Ravens white road jerseys.

Return of the deep ball?

The Jets have had trouble defending the deep pass, making it likely the Ravens opt to take some deep shots this Sunday, writes's Clifton Brown.

Ravens need Joe Flacco to play better

The Ravens are paying Joe Flacco as one of the NFL's best players, and therefore need him to play better than he has, writes the Carroll County Times' Matt Zenitz.