Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Ray MF’in Rice! Again justifying his place as namesake of this weekly award, Ray Rice set the tone for the Ravens’ Wild Card victory over the New England Patriots with his 83-yard touchdown on the very first play from scrimmage. For the day, Mighty Mouse had 159 yards on 22 carries and 2 touchdowns. He [...]

Wes “Tiny Tim” Welker hobbled out to midfield with the captains for the coin toss. Matt Slater stopped Jalen Parmele in his tracks at the Ravens’ 17 yard line on the opening kickoff. Those two moments, both occurring prior to about 1:05 PM Eastern Time, would be the last semblance of good feelings for every [...]

(You know, like LOLCATS…) The full game recap is in the works, but in the meantime, let’s have some fun at the Patriots’ expense, shall we? Thanks to the Baltimore Sun for all the pics.

For the second time in as many years, the Ravens head on the road for Wild Card weekend to take on the AFC East Champs, who are quarterbacked by the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year. A season ago, it was Chad Pennington and the Miami Dolphins. This time around, Tom Brady and the New [...]

As everyone knows by now, no doubt, little Wes Welker’s season is over. Welker, eerily, was making a cut to try to avoid Bernard Pollard, the same guy who ended Tom Brady’s 2008 season in Week 1, when his knee bent awkwardly. That awkward bend served to injure his knee ligaments to the extent that [...]

Ray Rice had a solid, if unspectacular, day, picking up 70 yards on 14 carries, and adding another 19 on four receptions. For the season, Mighty Mouse ended up with 1,339 yards on the ground, a 5.3 average, 702 receiving yards, and 8 total touchdowns. Ray Rice defined “Play Like a Raven” in 2009. In [...]

Ya damn right they did. Drink it up, Purple faithful. Source: MSN

It wasn’t pretty, that’s for sure, but the end result of Sunday’s game in Oakland is inarguable: The Baltimore Ravens are IN the playoffs for the second consecutive season. That’s now 2/2 for John Harbaugh and Joe Flacco, just the second time in Ravens history that they have advanced to the postseason in consecutive years. [...]

The Playoffs start in Week 17 in Oakland for the Ravens. Win, and they advance to the postseason. Lose, and they are playing golf next weekend, regardless of what the host of other AFC Playoff contenders do. It’s a very cut-and-dry scenario, but one that has Ravens fans a bit uneasy, despite the seemingly impotent [...]