Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Filling out the rankings chart (above) is getting to be a bit depressing.  As the weeks rolled on, I really expected the Ravens’ offense to inch closer and closer to being a top 10 unit.  Instead, even after playing the lowly Houston Texans and their 31st ranked defense, the Ravens dropped in every offensive category [...]

The “Twelfth Man,” of course, being the “wall of purple” at M&T Bank Stadium. As I sit here and watch the snow fall outside my window, I can’t help but wonder how the weather might help tip the scales in the Ravens’ favor just a bit this Sunday against New Orleans. Here’s the current weather [...]

The Blind Side… America has heard that amazing story. Unfortunately for the Ravens, it is now looking like Michael Oher is becoming the star of the sequel, “The Offside.” If you hear offensive linemen’s names called during a game, it’s likely not good news – a penalty, missed assignment, or an injury.  Unfortunately, Ravens fans [...]

For about two and a half seasons, Ravens fans expressed frustration with Joe Flacco for his continual poor starts to games.  In the first half, the offense seemed to always come out sleepwalking, and slow starts became synonymous with the Ravens’ attack. Lately though, there has been a role reversal. Over the past four games, [...]

Former University of Maryland Terrapin Josh Wilson was the hero in Houston, saving the Ravens from what would have arguably been the worst collapse in an important game in the team’s fifteen year history.  The Ravens blew a 28-7 lead, and were up by 15 entering the game’s final period.  However, as has been their [...]

Here’s Goob Theoharris with his instant reaction to the Ravens’ near-crushing defeat at the hands of the Houston Texans.  The Ravens blew a huge second half lead and needed an overtime pick six from Josh Wilson to escape Reliant Stadium with the win.  Here’s an irate Goob: Note: Goob’s anger/inebriation caused him to take some [...]

Here’s Goob Theoharris, coming out of hiding after a week’s hiatus. He puts the Pittsburgh game to bed for starters, then tells us why the Ravens will win down at Reliant Stadium.

The Ravens head to Houston for the second time in three years on Monday night, hoping for a repeat of the 41-13 drubbing they put on the Texans in 2008. Thanks to Carson Palmer being the worst quarterback in the history of anything ever, they need a win to stay within one game of Pittsburgh [...]

I’d like to thank Andy MacPhail and the Orioles for at least doing a little something this week at the MLB Winter Meetings.  It’s been a nice distraction from thinking about that gut-punch Ravens loss to Pittsburgh on Sunday night. Let’s take a look at what the other team in town has been up to… [...]

Crimson silver lining? Meh. Once again, the Pittsburgh Steelers made plays in the fourth quarter to win the game. And the Baltimore Ravens did not. For all the hand-wringing, critiquing of Joe Flacco’s line-of-scrimmage presence, and bitching about Cam Cameron we could do, it all pretty much comes down to those two irrefutable facts.  Two [...]