Peyton Manning mauled the Baltimore secondary on Thursday night in a 49-27 win for the Denver Broncos. Play-by-play announcer Dave Logan captured all of the sound and fury of Manning’s historic effort against the Ravens. Sorry Ravens fans. Tonight, you were a doormat to history. Advertisements
The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens got a heaping dose of revenge served up by Peyton Manning and the Broncos in a 49-27 victory for Denver on Thursday night in the 2013 season opener. Manning threw seven touchdown passes (which tied an NFL record) against a ragged Baltimore […]
The JMRA Podcast returns with a look at Week 1 action and a Super Bowl XLVIII pick. My favorite part is the look back at the 2012 season. Of course, Patriots and 49ers fans are likely to hate. Oh and you too, Broncos fans.
Before folks start going into stealth mode for fantasy football drafts throughout the country, reality gave people a nice big, fat slap in the face over the weekend with some rather notable injuries. Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta suffered a dislocated hip on Saturday and will miss […]
Per Adam Schefter, here is your first glimpse at the spoils of victory.
We under the 100 day barrier until the Baltimore Ravens open the season on the road against the Denver Broncos. While John Fox is still talking about the Ravens loss, Baltimore has bigger fish to fry like comparing their quarterback to Eli Manning.
Perhaps there is some lingering anger over from the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens after being forced to open their 2013 schedule on the road due to a scheduling conflict with the Baltimore Orioles. Unable to reach an agreement, both parties returned to its respective corners…or so it […]
The Baltimore Ravens will become the first Super Bowl champion to open on the road in a decade after Major League Baseball and the NFL failed to reach a compromise over overlapping games between Charm City’s two professional sports teams. Expected to open up at home on Thursday, […]
Baltimore’s new $120 million dollar man did what any other human would do after signing a contract that makes one the highest paid player in the sport; head to a fast-food facility. An Aberdeen, Maryland McDonald’s will be forever known as the place Flacco opted to buy his […]
Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens agreed on a six-year, $120.6 million deal on Friday, which prevents the Audubon, NJ native from testing the free agent waters. The Super Bowl XLVII MVP will become the NFL’s highest paid player officially on Monday when he signs the contract.