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Steelers, Jets top Friday's power rankings

ESPN 1. Steelers: "It turns out the Steelers are both lucky and good." (Walker) 2. Jets: "Jets are rested coming off their bye week. They seem like the No. 1 team in football." (Clayton) 4. Ravens: "The Ravens narrowly avoided embarrassment by beating the Bills at home in OT." (Walker) Fox Sports 1. Steelers: "I had said last week that this was the NFL's most

Time to get your Pro Bowl votes in

Think some of your favorite players deserve to make the Pro Bowl this year? With the Pro Bowl ballots out it's time to make that happen. Last season's game included a bunch of Ravens, but no real newcomers. It's time to put your voting shoes on and get Joe Flacco into the game for the first time. Everyone in Baltimore knows that Derrick Mason deserves

A unique look back at last season's playoff win

I came across this video today of the Ravens' playoff win over the Patriots last season and I must say, it's awesome. These on-the-field, "mic'd-up" videos always provide the viewer a point of view that the T.V. coverage doesn't show. It's fun to watch John Harbaugh act like a little kid out there and watch him actually dish out the Gatorade shower at the end

Monday Morning Harbaugh

Every Monday, win or lose, John Harbaugh steps infront of the mic to take questions about the game from all of Baltimore's media members. Here are some of the highlights of what went down in today's press conference: Is there anything that is similar or that concerns you about the last two games where the Ravens had a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter and

10 things you may not know going into Sunday's game

1. Only 10 of Billy Cundiff's kickoffs have been returned this season. In comparison with the rest of the league, 16 of Stephen Gostkowski's kicks and 19 of Sabastian Janikowski's have been returned. (try saying that five times fast) 2. Cundiff has racked up more touchbacks through six games than the 13 the Ravens had in both 2008 and 2009 combined. 3. With two more

Friday's power rankings

ESPN 1.Steelers - "If a rusty Ben Roethlisberger is good for three TDs, wait until the QB gets in midseason form." (Walker) 2. Jets - "Rex Ryan enters the bye week with what he bragged about -- the league's best record." (Clayton) 4. Ravens - "Road losses to New England and Cincinnati prove this team still has room to grow." (Walker) NFL Fanhouse 1. Jets

One last look at the conservative play calling

Maybe I'm still just a little bitter about the Ravens' loss Sunday against the Patriots. Or, maybe I'm still just confused over the play calling with the 10-point lead. I thought I was over it and ready to look towards this upcoming Sunday against the Bills, but then I saw this. At around 55 seconds into the video we get a look into the Ravens'

Ravens still hold top spot in one ranking

In his latest entry titled, "Week 6 power rankings: Yes, Ravens again," NFL.com's Jason La Canfora ranks the NFL and like the title, he has the Ravens yet again in his number one spot. How could that be you may ask? Canfora credits the Ravens remaining schedule as their biggest strength in the second half. "Baltimore - Already played at New England, Jets, Steelers and

Monday morning Harbaugh

Every Monday, win or lose, John Harbaugh steps infront of the mic to take questions about the game from all of Baltimore's media members. Here are some of the highlights of what went down in today's press conference: Will you be in contact with the league regarding Brandon Meriweather's hit on Todd Heap? "Well, we'll send those things in. We had a chance to talk

10 things you may not know about the Ravens and Patriots

1. Since John Harbaugh took over the Ravens, only the Colts (14) have won more road games then the Ravens (13). 2. The Ravens have never beaten the Patriots in their five regular season meetings. 3. The Patriots are the NFL's best third-down offense with a 55.3 percent success rate. On the other hand, the Ravens lead the league in third-down defense, only allowing their

Friday's Power Rankings

ESPN 1. Pittsburgh Steelers: "With QB Ben Roethlisberger returning, Pittsburgh has a shot to be the NFL's only dominant team." (Walker) 2. Baltimore Ravens: "RB Ray Rice (133 yards, two touchdowns in Week 5) makes everyone else's job much easier." (Walker) 3. New York Jets: "The addition of Santonio Holmes has loaded up the offensive options for Mark Sanchez." (Clayton) 6. New England Patriots: "Deion

A closer look at Joe Flacco within a game

On the NFL's website they compiled a video of all the Joe Flacco highlights from the Ravens' 31-17 win over the Broncos last Sunday. The best part about this video is that you get to hear audio clips of Flacco on the field getting pumped up and interacting with other Ravens' players in and out of the huddle. The video shows a side of Flacco

Another Wednesday at the Castle

John Harbaugh: On how much a threat the Patriots' newly-signed wide receiver Deion Branch will be: "It's going to be interesting to see how they plug Deion in there. Obviously, we don't know. It's not something we're going to know. We know Deion. The players know him. We've studied him, obviously, since they signed him. We can speculate all we want, but we won't really

Monday Morning Harbaugh

Every Monday John Harbaugh steps up to the podium to answer the media's questions about both the game Sunday and the upcoming weeks' game. Here were Harbaugh's thoughts on the 31-17 win over Denver. Harbaugh's opening statement:"Good to see everybody. Thanks for coming. Obviously, it's good to stand up here after a win, and I think the credit goes to our players. When you get

Ravens to honor Breat Cancer Awareness Month Sunday

If you were wondering why the Ravens didn't wear pink gear last week to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month you weren't alone. Well, the Ravens wanted to wait one more week so they could celebrate it at home where, along with the Ravens' players and coaches, the fans could participate too. They are encouraging fans to wear as much pink as possible and even have

10 facts going into Sunday's Ravens-Broncos matchup

1. In the Ravens overall series against the Broncos, the Ravens lead series, 4-3 (1-0 postseason). In Baltimore the Ravens are 3-0 (1-0 postseason) and in Denver Ravens are 1-3. 2. The Ravens are 8-2 in their last 10 games against the AFC West, producing five consecutive victories. 3. The Ravens have won five straight in Baltimore versus the AFC West, including all three regular

Another Wednesday at the Castle

John Harbaugh On what makes Kyle Orton such an effective quarterback: "[The Broncos] probably have, obviously, one of the most effective passing games in history through four games. Kyle has been around. He's got a real good scheme. They do a nice job in terms of mixing things up, protection-wise, route-wise. You get a lot of different stuff, and they have a lot of different

Peter King calls Ravens best in NFL

SI.com's Peter King wrote in his Monday Morning QB post that, "There's no clear best team in football after four weeks, but Baltimore's the best, for my money." While he does credit the Ravens he also states that the Steelers and Jets should be considered a close second, but he picks the Ravens because "I think after four weeks they can win games in more

Stats against the enemy

- Since 2003, only twice has a season series between Baltimore and Pittsburgh been swept, with the Ravens doing so in 2006 and the Steelers in 2008. - In Week 16 at Pittsburgh last season, Ray Rice rushed for 141 yards, becoming the first back in 33 games to gain over 100 yards against the Steelers' defense. Rice is one of only four backs to

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