Author: Andrew Ward

Ravens Report – Week 9

The Ravens fell just short to their rival Steelers, as Lamar Jackson had a rough day in the rain with three turnovers. Baltimore ran all over Pittsburgh for 265 yards on the ground and dominated time of possession, but it wasn’t enough to hold off a hot offense lead by Ben Roethlisberger and his bevy of talented receivers. The Steelers beat the Ravens 28-24, exiting M and T Bank Stadium with a record of 7-0.

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Did you know – Halloween Edition

Halloween is almost here! Vibrant crunchy leaves cover the sidewalks. Grinning jack-o’-lanterns perch on porches. Gravestones and cobwebs creep up through yards and bushes, as ghosts and ghouls swing from trees. This weekend all sorts of monsters, princesses, and heroes will crowd the streets with their pillow cases, knocking on as many doors as they can for sugary treats. Sink your teeth into these ten fun facts before the candy collecting chaos ensues! 

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Ravens Report: Week 5

The Washington Football Team stood no chance on Sunday against a Baltimore squad out for revenge. Quarterback Dwayne Haskins was overwhelmed by the Raven’s pass rush led by Matt Judon, as well as Marlon Humphrey and the rest of the backfield. Baltimore’s performance put them back on track to dominate the regular season, rebounding from an ugly loss against Kansas City.

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Ravens Report – Week 4

Baltimore felt the pain of their team crashing back down to earth on Monday night. The Chiefs delivered a humbling loss to the Ravens, with a final score of 34-20. Reigning Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes put on a show, throwing four touchdowns and running another in himself. Coach John Harbaugh admitted that the team got beat in just about every way. This is a night the Ravens would like to forget, yet still learn from. A playoff rematch between these two juggernauts seems imminent. 

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Kicking Off Football Season – Ravens in Week 3

The Baltimore Ravens rumbled through their first two matchups with victories, picking up where they left off with 2019’s historic regular season. With the crushing playoff loss to the Tennessee Titans in the rearview, the Ravens already find themselves ranked as the top team in the NFL. The thought of Lamar Jackson improving upon his MVP season is dreadful for the rest of the league.

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Ravens Regular Season Recap and Playoff Push

The sixth-seeded Tennessee Titans have emerged as the Ravens’ first playoff opponent after they took down the infamous New England Patriots over Wild Card Weekend. Tennessee’s Derrick Henry is the NFL’s leading rusher and has been unstoppable toward the later stretch of the season. At 6’ 3” and 238 pounds, Henry is a monster to tackle and will certainly test the Baltimore defense in the Divisional Round.

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