Entries Listing

Could it be a franchise-best Sunday?

It's been an amazing year for Baltimore's offense in 2009. The emergence of Ray Rice and Joe Flacco have brought this offense to places Ravens' fans have never seen before and with a solid win Sunday, the Ravens could break a lot of their franchise records. In 2008 the Ravens' three-headed monster rushed for 20 TD's. This year with mainly Rice and Willis McGahee carrying

Some week 17 Ravens' stats

The Ravens shoot for their sixth-ever (and second-straight) postseason berth. Baltimore has earned playoff appearances five times since the 2000 campaign. Baltimore is 14-10 against teams from the AFC West, including 3-0 this season (38-24 win vs. KC; 31-26 win at SD; 30-7 win vs. Den.). In the series vs. Oakland, Baltimore leads 5-1 all time. Including playoffs, the Ravens are 9-9 all time on

Sunday's possible milestones

Joe Flacco • With two more completions, Flacco (270) will surpass Vinny Testaverde for the third-most completions in a season in team history. With 26 more completions, he will move past Steve McNair's 295 from 2006. (Testaverde holds the franchise record of 325). • With four more TD passes, Flacco (14) can tie Testaverde's 18 from the 1997 season, which ranks second most in team

Top Ravens against NFC teams

After the Ravens play the Bears Sunday, they will wrap up their season against NFC teams. In order to get the win and move closer to the playoffs they are going to need their stars to step up. Here's how some of them have performed against the NFC in their careers. Joe Flacco In three home games against the NFC in his career, he is

Ravens vs Bears: How they rank in the NFL

The Ravens are 6-8 all time against teams from the NFC North division. This season hasn't treated them well either in the NFC, but they could pull a .500 record against them with a win on Sunday. As for how they rank in the NFL, here you go: On the offensive side of the ball the Ravens rank pretty high in the NFL. In total

Ravens rushing amoung the best in December

December is a month in the NFL when teams are either in the hunt or out. The Ravens, being mostly in the hunt in recent Decembers, have posted impressive numbers all time in the month. Dating back to 2007, the Ravens' 158.0 rushing yards per game in the month of December ranks first in the NFL. Baltimore's 16 rushing TDs during this span ties Carolina

The Ravens Rookies Club

Do you like watching the Ravens play on Sunday and wish there was some way you could get your kids more involved with the Ravens organization? The Ravens Rookies Club may be the perfect way to get your kids to feel like they are an MVP in the Ravens eyes. As a part of this club your kids will get opportunities that nobody else gets.

Sunday's possible milestones

Derrick Mason • With six more catches, Derrick Mason can reach the 850 milestone for his career, becoming just the sixteenth player in NFL history to accomplish the feat. Mason is also 192 yards shy of 11,000 for his career. Willis McGahee • He is 23 receiving yards short of reaching 1,000 for his career. He currently has 146 catches for 977 yards. With two

Ravens are still impressive at home

-The Ravens have won 11 of their last 12 home games against the NFC. Baltimore's 11-1 record at home since 2003 is second only to New England's 13-0 mark. -In two games against the NFC North this season, Baltimore lost 33-31 at Minnesota and 27-14 Monday at Green Bay. -Under head coach John Harbaugh, Baltimore is 10-4 at home (4-2 in 2009) and has won

Ravens vs Packers: Stats behind the match-up

-The Ravens are 5-7 all time against teams from the NFC North (2-2 vs. Minnesota, 1-2 vs. Chicago, 1-1 vs. Detroit and 1-2 vs. Green Bay). In their lone game against the division this season, Baltimore dropped a 33-31 decision at Minnesota (10/18). -Derrick Mason needs eight catches to reach the 850 career receptions milestone. Mason would become the 16th player in NFL history to

Ravens Celebrity Cookoff

On November 23, Jared Gaither challenged Brandon McKinney and Edgar Jones to a cookoff at the ESPN Zone in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. The players worked with a chef to prepare their meals. The dishes were judged on presentation and overall taste by a panel of local celebrities, as fans watched. In the end, McKinney's Cajun jerk chicken with coconut rice beat out Gaither's steak and

« November 2009 | Main Index | Archives | January 2010 »

Featured Ravens Posts