Ray Lewis will never be able to separate himself from what happened on Jan. 31, 2000.
For 17 years, you’ve watched Ray Lewis play the middle linebacker position better than just about all of his predecessors.
Capping a pretty perfect postseason, Joe Flacco completed 22 of 33 passes for 287 yards and three first-half touchdowns Sunday to earn Super Bowl MVP honors for leading the Baltimore Ravens to a 34-29 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
I’ll never understand how somebody can believe God finds a scoreboard pertinent or any outcome within any entertainment outlet.
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Chris Culliver apologized Thursday for anti-gay comments he made to a comedian during Super Bowl media day, saying “that’s not what I feel in my heart.”
Kaepernick is a superb weapon who has the athleticism to do things that Flacco can’t. The 49ers also have the speed and the attack mentality on defense that the Ravens once did.
Courtney Lenz, a five-year veteran of the Ravens cheer leading team, says the team won’t let her cheer during the Super Bowl because she gained weight during the season.
When 49-year-old Sharon Osgood of Hayward, Calif. wired $5,900 to a person selling four Super Bowl tickets on Craigslist, she was shocked when she got a package containing the “tickets.”
If the Sports Illustrated story alleging Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis used a banned, performance-enhancing drug to recover from injury this season is to believed, then Ray Lewis is one horrible liar.
It’s Ray’s last ride but as he gets set to dance his Baltimore teammates into the Superdome, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and quarterback Colin Kaepernick would be well-advised to focus much of their attention on Baltimore’s Ed Reed.
Somewhat buried in a bizarre Sports Illustrated cover story about questionable performance enhancing products is the suggestion that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may have used a deer-antler spray this season that contains a banned substance.
The much talked about Super Bowl matchup between the Harbaugh brothers has been beaten into your head, but did you know it gets more complicated than that?
Joe Flacco may finally have earned the respect of his many critics around the NFL.
Joe Flacco outdueled Tom Brady, throwing three touchdown passes in the second half and leading the Baltimore Ravens to their first Super Bowl in 12 years with a 28-13 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday for the AFC championship.
Here’s my take on how the Championship round will play out.
After a lackluster Wild Card weekend featuring wins by all four favorites, here’s hoping the divisional round is more entertaining. On paper, it appears there will be two blowouts in the AFC, and two intriguing matchups in the NFC. Here’s my take on how this weekend’s action will play out.
The Wild-Card weekend represented some of the worst playoff football seen in many years.
After dancing before and after the game and making a team-high 13 tackles in between, Ray Lewis took a lap around the stadium to thank the fans of Baltimore for their support over the past 17 years.
Anquan Boldin set a franchise record with 145 yards on five receptions, including the clinching touchdown, as Baltimore beat Indianapolis 24-9 in Sunday’s AFC wild-card game.
There’s a mix of new and old, as three rookie quarterbacks make their playoff debut, while legendary linebacker Ray Lewis announced this will be his last “ride.” Here’s how I think this weekend’s action will play out.