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Sun reporterIn many ways, the Ravens' troubling 21-7 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals yesterday was a replay of everything that has gone wrong this season, from poor quarterback play to fumbles to ineptness in the red zone. The difference yesterday: This could have...
Tags: Health, New England Patriots, Sports, AFC North, Steve McNair
Sun reporterWith the scoreboard indicating that they had won, the Ravens ran off the field, celebrating an emotional come-from-behind victory. About 20 minutes later, they lost the game. Confused? So are the Ravens. In one of the craziest endings in NFL history,...
Sun reporterA week ago, Ravens coach Brian Billick said he wanted his players to hold on to their faint playoff hopes. Now, the only goal should be fixing a flawed offense. Held to 210 yards by the NFL's 25th-ranked defense, the Ravens (4-7) sputtered to a 32-14...
Sun reporterThe Ravens were on the brink of a historic upset. Instead, they had to deal with one of the most heartbreaking defeats in their history. Hurting themselves in the fourth quarter with questionable decision-making, the Ravens fell short in a painful 27-24...
Sun reporterSix days after nearly knocking off the NFL's best team, the Ravens looked like the league's worst one. Playing without both first-string cornerbacks and without any execution, the Ravens flopped to a 44-20 blowout loss to the Indianapolis Colts at M&T...
Sun reporterIn what has been perhaps the most miserable season in their history, the Ravens had lost a handful of starters before and their share of gut-wrenching games. But they always talked about never losing their pride ... until now. Unable to hold a 10-...
The Joe Flacco era commenced yesterday with little fanfare from the strong arm that made him the Ravens' franchise quarterback. Instead, Flacco's initiation into the NFL was defined by his legs, his wits and his grit. Running 38 yards into the end...
Sun StaffAs quarterback Kyle Boller was helped off the field, it had become painfully obvious in the season opener: The Ravens' new-look offense has the same old problems. Stalled drives, dropped passes and countless penalties proved to be disastrous in the...
Tags: Health, Sports, Marvin Harrison, Arts, Brandon Stokley
sun reporterNASHVILLE, Tenn. // Like another violent hit on quarterback Anthony Wright, the Ravens' season was rocked yesterday. Undone by another wretched offensive performance, the Ravens were surprisingly clobbered in a 25-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans, landing...
Tags: Jamal Lewis, Tennessee Titans, Sports, AFC North, Arts
Sun reporterWhile the Ravens have hit a low point as a franchise, their frustrations have reached a boiling point. In yesterday's 21-9 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens suffered through everything that has gone so horribly wrong this season in freeze-...
Tags: Adalius Thomas, Brian Simmons, AFC North, Sports, Arts
Sun ReporterJACKSONVILLE, Fla. // In a season in which the Ravens' offense has become a cruel joke, quarterback Kyle Boller became the punch line yesterday. From the bone-jarring four sacks to the teeth-gnashing three interceptions, Boller only compounded the...
Tags: Jamal Lewis, Sports, Photography, Arts, Football
Sun ReporterFor a few unworldly moments, the Ravens weren't a last-place team with pent-up frustrations and unfulfilled expectations. When Matt Stover's 44-yard field goal sailed through the uprights with 4:09 left in overtime, it sent the Ravens cartwheeling to a...
Tags: Jamal Lewis, Defense, Sports, AFC North, Football
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