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BALTIMORE -- Wide receiver Torrey Smith was asked if the Baltimore Ravens' 55-20 dismantling of the Oakland Raiders was a statement game. "Nah," Smith said. "It was just another game." The only statement made by the Ravens was the im…Upvote Share Tweet
CNNSI.com Updated Nov 11, 2012The Giants know how to get themselves out of their November slumps, and they'll have to do it again this year, says Don Banks, who goes around the league in his Snap Judgments.Upvote Share TweetDonovan McNabb wants to know where everyone’s going. The Rams and 49ers just tripped across each other repeatedly in overtime, finishing in a 24-24 tie. It’s the first tie in the NFL since McNabb and the Eagles drew with the Bengals on Nov. 16, 2008.Upvote Share TweetA look at Monday night's game between the Chiefs and the Steelers.Upvote Share Tweet
Searching for Answersnytimes.com Updated Nov 11, 2012A capsule look at the Giants' 31-13 loss to the Bengals.Upvote Share Tweet
Bill Belichick Cares Not For Your Lousy Officiating: Your Sunday NFL GIF Roundupdeadspin.com Updated Nov 11, 2012We'll be putting all our GIFs for the day here, from Bill Belichick emphatically challenging the officials to A.J. Green exploiting New York's defensive holes. We'll update the post as the later games conclude, so stay tuned. More »Upvote Share TweetAs people around the league tried to figure out why the fire has gone out of the Giants’ passing game over the last month, one suggestion offered up by Greg Cosell of NFL Films was that Manning is dealing with a tired arm. Manning had another dreadful dUpvote Share TweetMy thoughts on the Cincinnati Bengals' 31-13 victory over the New York Giants at Paul Brown Stadium: What it means: In their first win over a team with a winning record in more than a year, the Bengals (4-5) ended their four-game losing streak and keep …Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Updated Nov 11, 2012The Raiders-Ravens game started to get a little chippy in the second half as Baltimore opened up a huge lead. The Raiders took their fourth personal foul penalty of the game on a late hit on Ray Rice. Oakland cornerback Joselio Hanson decided being down…Upvote Share TweetThe Giants lost wide receiver Domenik Hixon and backup safety Tyler Sash for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals due to injuries.Upvote Share TweetAnyone expecting an instant fix for the Giants’ recent offensive woes was left disappointed by their play in the first half against the Bengals. The Giants failed to convert their first four third downs and couldn’t get a touchdown on either of theirUpvote Share Tweet
Yep, That's A "Baltimore Fuckin' Maryland" T-Shirt On CBSdeadspin.com Updated Nov 11, 2012It's America's most-watched network for a reason. Coming up at the half, it's Shannon, Boomer, and the others with the fuckin' Verizon halftime report. [CBS] More »Upvote Share TweetEarlier this week, Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green said that there were “a lot of holes” in the Giants defense. The Giants took some umbrage at that suggestion, but they didn’t seem to close all of the holes that Green picked up on film. The BengalUpvote Share TweetEvery week we’ll bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. So check back often to see the full list as it becomes available. Raiders at Ravens Raiders: RB Darren McFadden, RB Mike GoodsUpvote Share Tweet
Reggie Nelson inactive for BengalsBengals safety Reggie Nelson is inactive Sunday against the Giants, the team announced. Nelson was considered doubtful with a hamstring injury. This ends Nelson's streak of 27 straight starts. He will be replaced by Taylor Mays in the starting lineup. W…Upvote Share TweetBALTIMORE -- The Ravens announced their inactive list for today's game against the Oakland Raiders, and the only starter out is defensive end Pernell McPhee. Three starters -- defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (shoulder, knee) and guards Marshal Yanda (ankl…Upvote Share TweetSteelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders, who has been accused of faking an injury three weeks ago against the Bengals, will file a very real appeal. A source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT that the appeal will be handled by Ted Cottrell or Art She…Upvote Share TweetThe list of potential MVP candidates contains a handful of names. Matt Ryan. Peyton Manning. Aaron Rodgers. J.J. Watt. Some are suggesting that Andrew Luck could get some votes. But what about the guy who has as many Super Bowl rings than thoseUpvote Share TweetBALTIMORE -- Sunday will start an AFC North doubleheader for me in Week 10. I will begin with the Raiders-Ravens game today and head to Pittsburgh on Monday for the Chiefs-Steelers game. As for Sunday's game at M&T Bank Stadium, this one will likely…Upvote Share Tweet
Once seemingly invincible, Baltimore Ravens suddenly look vulnerable: AFC North Insidercleveland.com Updated Nov 11, 2012Injuries and a hot streak by the Steelers have the Ravens teetering atop the AFC North.Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Updated Nov 11, 2012INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indianapolis Colts used some down time Saturday night to support coach Chuck Pagano and raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Indiana.Upvote Share Tweet
Challenges For SteelersNov 11DE Brett Keisel and OT Max Starks break down the challenges facing the Steelers down the stretch.
Steelers Can't Stumble On Monday NightNov 11Tom Jackson on the Steelers' matchup with Chiefs on Monday Night Football, prior to critical meeting with Ravens.
Sunday Blitz: Giants-Bengals RecapNov 11Prim Siripipat and Cris Carter break down the Bengals' 31-13 win over the Giants.
Sunday Blitz: Raiders-Ravens RecapNov 11Prim Siripipat and Cris Carter break down the Ravens' 55-20 win over the Raiders.
Don Banks: Giants in the midst of another stagnant second half; more SnapsNov 11CHICAGO -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight on Week 10 in the NFL, from a wind-swept Soldier Field...
Week 10 review: John Clayton's Last CallNov 11In a week of surprises, the Rams-49ers tie tops them all, writes John Clayton.