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Outside linebacker recuperating from partially torn right Achilles tendonInjured Ravens Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs isn't expected to return for the Houston Texans game on Oct. 21, according to a league source with knowledge of the situati…
Share TweetMike Preston grades the Ravens' 9-6 win over the Kansas City Chiefs
Notebook: Ed Reed had a hunch on quarterback sneakUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share Tweet- Free safety Ed Reed was fairly certain what was about to happen when Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel lined up under center at the Ravens' 1-yard line on the opening drive of the third quarter.Share TweetThe official word after Sunday’s loss by the Chiefs to the Ravens was that quarterback Matt Cassel is being evaluated for a head injury. The evaluation has been completed. Per a league source, Cassel has a concussion. And so Cassel’s status will dep
The Colts Discount Double Checked And B.J. Raji-Shuffled All Over The Packers: Your Sunday NFL GIF RoundupUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetHere's where we're putting the GIFs of the week, from Donald Brown triumphantly trolling the Packers to Brandon Lloyd dancing around like no one's looking. Only the Chargers and Saints have yet to play, so let's see what the week had to offer. More »Source: deadspin.com
Ravens make halftime adjustments with run defenseUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetChiefs running back Jamaal Charles is held to 15 rushing yards in second half- The view of Kansas City Chiefs star running back Jamaal Charles dashing away from them and grinding up yards induced a slow burn for the Ravens' defense.
Mike Preston: Ugly? This Ravens win was pitifulUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetThere are different classifications for victories. There are good wins and great ones. And there are close wins and ugly wins.Share TweetThoughts on the Cincinnati Bengals' 17-13 loss to the Miami Dolphins at Paul Brown Stadium: What it means: The Bengals (3-2) slipped into second place and one game behind the Ravens in the AFC North because they failed to do what they've done since the …Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThoughts on the Cleveland Browns' 41-27 loss at the New York Giants: What it means: The Browns remain winless on the season, dropping to 0-5 for the first time since they returned to the NFL in 1999. If it matters at this point, they fall four games beh…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetSometimes when you’re watching a dumpster fire, it’s easy to pay more attention to the fire than the dumpster. Despite their best attempts to give it away, the Ravens actually beat the Chiefs Sunday, taking a stirring 9-6 decision at Arrowhead StadiumSource: profootballtalk.com
LaQuan Williams active today for Ravens, Christian Thompson a healthy scratchUpdated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetJah Reid inactive againRavens wide receiver LaQuan Williams is active for the first time this season for today's game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
Four Ravens predictions sure to go wrong: Week 5Updated Oct 7, 2012 Share TweetIn this game-day staple, blogger Matt Vensel makes four sometimes-courageous predictions for the game. All he asks is that you don’t hold it against him whenever those predictions end up being embarrassingly wrong.
Sunday Blitz: Ravens-Chiefs RecapOct 7Prim Siripipat and Cris Carter break down the Ravens' 9-6 win over the Chiefs
Cassel Leaves Early In Chiefs LossOct 7Ray Rice rushed for 102 yards to lead the Ravens to their third straight victory after defeating the Chiefs 9-6.
Don Banks: Broncos were prepared mentally, but not physically, for Patriot…Oct 7FOXBORO, Mass. -- After another loss to New England was in the books -- their third in the span of 10 games, including last season's playoffs -- Champ Bailey and the rest of his Broncos teammates found the repetition of it all a little wearing.
Don Banks: No shortage of heroes in Colts' inspiring tribute win; more Sna…Oct 7FOXBORO, Mass. -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we take stock of an offensively sloppy but memorable Week 5 in the NFL....