Category: Ray Rice

Ray Rice Suggests that Ed Reed Meant Just as Much to the Ravens Organization as Ray Lewis

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

The Baltimore Ravens lost quite a few veteran stars right after winning Super Bowl XLVII. Two of them might even end up in the Hall of Fame. But while Ray Lewis went out his own way and with lots of fanfare, Ed Reed departed in less grand fashion, as he ...

Ray Rice: “Joe Flacco is the best quarterback in football right now”

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Like so many things this season for Baltimore, their Super Bowl win over the San Francisco 49ers didn't come easy. After getting out to a commanding lead early in the third quarter, the lights went out at the Superdome and it caused the game to be delayed. It also stopped ...

Ray McDonald: Working Ravens Into Tough Third-Down Situations is Key for San Francisco

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Ray McDonald is hardly the most recognizable name at the front of the San Francisco 49ers' defense, but he has started every game this season and has nine tackles in the postseason. He also has the skinny when it comes to breaking down some of the Niners' game plan when ...

Baltimore Receiver Torrey Smith: “We Never Doubted for a Second”

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

The Baltimore Ravens were huge underdogs this past weekend against the Denver Broncos. Not too many people outside of the state of Maryland gave the team a chance. Denver was coming off a bye and they were one of the hottest teams in the NFL, but it was the Ravens ...

Ray Rice Discusses His Fourth-and-29 Conversion, Says Ravens Are “Pissed Off” at Being 9-2

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Ray Rice might have single-handedly ended the Norv Turner era in San Diego Sunday with one of the most unbelievable fourth-down conversions in NFL history. OK, Turner still has a job, but if or when he gets fired for what's happened to the Chargers this season, Rice's fourth-and-29 play on ...

Ray Rice Talks about Removing Himself from Contract Discussions, Praises Joe Flacco

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Ray Rice is coming off a year in which he racked up over 2,000 yards from scrimmage to go along with 15 touchdowns. At only 25, he's clearly one of the league's best offensive players. And yet because he's a running back, Rice is having a hell of a time ...

John Harbaugh On Joe Flacco: “I’ll stand behind him. Sometimes you shrug your shoulders and have to say ‘alright let’s go prove it then’

Wednesday, April 11th, 2012

Just like every offseason in the NFL, this one is not short on big-time storylines. Peyton Manning became the biggest free agent in NFL history, Bountygate rocked the league, and there were a handful of others. For the Baltimore Ravens, this has been a pretty jam-packed offseason as well. While ...

Bill Belichick Won’t Take Anything For Granted Despite Lopsided Victory

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

The New England Patriots made winning in the playoffs look pretty easy on Saturday, blitzing the Denver Broncos 45-10 by scoring early and often and shutting down Tim Tebow. Even coach Bill Belichick can admit his team played pretty well, but that doesn't mean he and the Pats are entering ...

Ray Rice Didn’t Waste Any Time Forgetting About His Costly Fumble

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Ray Rice had carried the ball 331 times without fumbling when he coughed it up in the second half of a playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in January. The miscue was one of many for the Ravens in that second half collapse that allowed the Pittsburgh Steelers to move ...

Quietly, the Baltimore Ravens are the Second Hottest Team in Football

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

The Baltimore Ravens clearly aren't flying under the radar when it comes to Vegas odds. Baltimore is a three-point favorite on the road in Kansas City this weekend in the NFL playoffs. But are they flying low when it comes to everybody else? The Ravens have been overshadowed a bit because ...