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South Florida Sun-SentinelNothing, including half-dressed hookers posing seductively from windows along the Red Light zone of Amsterdam, was going to keep Kurt Warner from Sunday church. “I just put my head down and moved quickly through there,’’ the St. Louis Rams’ quarterback...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears left Sunday's game against Washington with a 20-15 victory that ended the Redskins' playoff plans and improved their own. But besides the win, they also wanted to make the next statement in their playoff season. In the fourth quarter, they...
Sun StaffSecond place is gone. Home-field advantage is debatable. The playoffs, at this moment, look like a pipe dream. The Ravens' free fall through the AFC Central continued yesterday with a wretched 9-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in front of 69,405,...
Sun StaffThis is what October has come to for the Ravens: On the 1-yard line, quarterback Tony Banks produced a fumble when he should have had a touchdown. On the 9-yard line, Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair produced a touchdown when he should have...
Sun StaffLANDOVER - The road trip finally ended for the Ravens yesterday, but the drought didn't. One more time, the red zone turned into the Bermuda Triangle. One more time, the end zone was a forbidden paradise. One more time, quarterback Tony Banks was left to...
Tags: Stephen Davis, Rod Woodson, Arts, Matt Stover, Jermaine Lewis
Sun StaffIf this was their statement game, the Ravens were eloquent yesterday. If it was a glimpse of the future, they've got a lot to look forward to. Finding resiliency on defense and a leader on offense, the Ravens dispatched the Jacksonville Jaguars with a...
Sun StaffCLEVELAND - Brian Billick tossed out the bait last week and his defense snatched it up like another unprotected football. Looking to the history books for their motivation, the Ravens smothered the Cleveland Browns with their second straight shutout...
Sun StaffJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Ravens used their own special formula - suffocating defense and Matt Stover's steady leg - to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars, 15-10, in a not-ready-for-prime-time game at ALLTEL Stadium last night. A crowd of 65,194 streamed out...
Tags: Rod Woodson, Sprained Ankle, Arts, Michael McCrary, Matt Stover
Sun StaffThis time, there were no excuses. There was only one turnover and no fourth-quarter collapse. The receivers got open, and the inconsistent quarterback was consistent. A running back rushed for 100 yards, and the team passed for more than 300 yards....
Sun StaffWho's next, John Unitas? The Ravens have run out of quarterbacks and offensive options, and yesterday they ran out of time in a 13-10 loss to the Buffalo Bills before 68,673 at PSINet Stadium. The script has become familiar. The defense plays well...
Sun StaffThe Ravens' biggest problem from Day One is just as glaring in Week 12. A team with no major offensive players took a painful lesson from one that is loaded, as the Jacksonville Jaguars scored 23 fourth-quarter points yesterday to defeat the upset-minded...
Sun StaffThe honeymoon period for first-year Ravens coach Brian Billick and quarterback Stoney Case began coming to an end last night. Billick's offensive unit was booed periodically throughout the game as a sellout crowd of 68,771 and a national television...
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