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Feb 05

NFL 2012: Looking Back at the Most Incredible Highlights of the 2012 NFL Season

Week by week, here are the most memorable highlights of the 2012 NFL season. Some are stories of devastating star injuries, while others note incredible comebacks. Amazing plays were made, and long-standing records were broken.  Week 1First, Adria…

Jan 22

Joe Flacco Ready to Prove Critics Wrong Against San Francisco in Super Bowl

There isn’t a bigger underdog than Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, at least not in the minds of his darkest critics. Few gave Flacco a chance to prove himself. He’s been doubted his entire five-year NFL career. But Flacco …

Jan 09

Ray Lewis Running on Empty, but Still Makes Ravens a Dangerous Team in Playoffs

Ray Lewis may not have the same sideline-to-sideline ability that he once did, but he still offers an equally declining Ravens squad something considerably more than just his ability to tackle ball-carriers.He offers hope, inspiration and perhaps most …

Jan 07

AFC Divisional Round: Baltimore Ravens vs. Denver Broncos; Flacco vs. Manning

With the Wild Card games finally in the rear-view mirror, we can now look forward to the Divisional Round of the Playoffs and begin separating the pretenders from the contenders.
With four games this weekend, I am most intrigued by the Ravens-Broncos m…

Jan 02

49ers-Ravens Headline Most Intriguing Potential Super Bowl Matchup

With Wild Card Weekend upon us, speculation has already begun as to which teams will reach the “big game.” From powerhouse franchises, such as the Broncos and Falcons, to upstart Wild Card teams like the Redskins and Colts, the race for the…

Dec 16

Broncos vs. Ravens: 5 Observations from Sunday’s Loss

The Baltimore Ravens had not lost three straight games since October of 2009. In addition, a Ravens team had not lost back-to-back home games since November of 2007. After Sunday’s 34-17 loss to Denver, Baltimore lost its third straight game and …

Dec 13

Peyton Manning: How the Baltimore Ravens Can Stop One of the NFL’s Best QBs

Sunday, December 16, 2012 will feature one heck of a football matchup in Baltimore.The scorching hot Denver Broncos will be visiting M&T Bank Stadium to square off with the reeling Baltimore Ravens, who lost their second consecutive game on Decembe…

Oct 02

Counting Up the NFL’s ‘Elite’ Quarterbacks, Including Joe Flacco

The 2012 NFL season is just four weeks old, but already, we should call this The Year Of The Elite Quarterback. How many “elite” quarterbacks are there in the NFL, and who the heck are they? It’s a question everyone seems to ask, and nobody can agree o…

Sep 01

Ranking the Top 15 Team Rivalries in the National Football League

Rivalries form a large part of the fabric of the NFL.

They help keep the interest for teams who may not make the playoffs. If you’re not going to get to the knockout rounds, you can still look forward to punching your most hated rival in the mouth and destroying their chances, too, right?

This mutually assured destruction attitude carries itself across both conferences and through all divisions, and the nature of divisional rankings, in particular, makes inter-division rivalries ridiculously competitive, and often brutal.

Which team rivalries are particularly pertinent in 2011? Which vendettas should you keep track of? Who will you back? 

Feel free to vent forth your ideas in the comments: Which vendettas, blood-feuds or rivalries get your blood boiling and give you a reason to tune in once, twice or three times a season?

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Sep 01

Ranking the Top 15 Team Rivalries in the National Football League

Rivalries form a large part of the fabric of the NFL.

They help keep the interest for teams who may not make the playoffs. If you’re not going to get to the knockout rounds, you can still look forward to punching your most hated rival in the mouth and destroying their chances, too, right?

This mutually assured destruction attitude carries itself across both conferences and through all divisions, and the nature of divisional rankings, in particular, makes inter-division rivalries ridiculously competitive, and often brutal.

Which team rivalries are particularly pertinent in 2011? Which vendettas should you keep track of? Who will you back? 

Feel free to vent forth your ideas in the comments: Which vendettas, blood-feuds or rivalries get your blood boiling and give you a reason to tune in once, twice or three times a season?

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