Ravens Blow First Half Lead

This was a tough loss to swallow.  Baltimore looked in complete control after the first half.  So much so that Philly fans were booing their team going into the tunnel.  They looked like an entirely different team in the second half, allowing Mike Vick and the rest of the Philly’s offense to run up and […]

September 2012 by Ben King

Suggs and David Reed placed on PUP

Merely a formality for both players as they continue to rehab from their respective surgeries. It just becomes official that each player will not return until week 7 at the earliest. Let’s wish them both a speedy recovery.

August 2012 by Ben King

Tucker Wins Job; First Round of Cuts

In a somewhat surprising move, rookie Justin Tucker beat out Billy Cundiff for the kicking job.  Tucker showed an extremely impressive leg during camp which translated to preseason action as he has yet to miss a kick.  Cundiff, the veteran, seemed the favorite as Harbaugh said as much just a few days ago.  However, the […]

August 2012 by Ben King

No deal in sight for Rice and the Ravens

Fans keep their fingers crossed as unsigned franchise running back Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens endure a contractual standoff while he trains solo in the offseason. The Ravens and Rice have until Monday to come to a contractual agreement that will solidify Rice’s future in black and purple jersey for years to come or […]

July 2012 by ravens360

Ravens shed dead weight and beef up where necessary

With the Ravens dropping Chris Carr and Lee Evans, they are well on their way to having a reasonable roster this season. Did Evans turn out not to be all that he was meant to be or did his ankle injury do him in. Either way, his career with the Ravens definitely topped his woes […]

March 2012 by ravens360

Ravens Beat Browns

The Ravens defeated the Browns 20-14 yesterday to go 8-0 at home for the first time in franchise history.  The Ravens improve to 11-4 on the season and are 1 game away from a first bye and a AFC North division title. The Ravens jumped out to a 20-0 lead, with Joe Flacco throwing a […]

December 2011 by ravens360

Ravens Take Care of Business

The Ravens (4-1) defeated the Texans (3-3), 29-14 in week 6.  The Texans came into this game without Mario Williams and Andre Johnson, however they did not go down without a fight.  The Texans took a 14-13 lead in the 2nd half with a touchdown pass from Matt Schaub.  The Ravens came back strong however, […]

October 2011 by ravens360

Ravens Beat Rex and The Jets

Just letting everyone know I am a diehard Jets Fan.  I go to most home games every season and even some away games.   Please enjoy a different take and perspective on your team.    If any coach in the NFL knows how good the Ravens Defense is, it’s Rex Ryan.  Rex was with the Ravens […]

October 2011 by ravens360

Not The Same Raven Team From Last Week

The argument could be made that in week one no team looked as good as the Ravens.   The argument could also be made that in week 2 no team had a bigger letdown second game then the Ravens.  The Ravens actually played a close game with the Titans most of the game.  In the third […]

September 2011 by ravens360

Ravens Blowout Rival Steelers.

  Going into Sunday’s game many analysts would have probably said the Steelers defense is just as goo if not better then the Ravens defense.  After watching the Ravens blowout the Steelers though many might think twice about that.  The ravens showed that they are definitely going to be contenders this season.  They proved they […]

September 2011 by ravens360