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Sun reporterThe Ravens played so poorly that it was almost comical. Backup quarterback Eric Zeier threw a pass that hit an official in the head. The team's running back of the future, Jay Graham, was crushed by the kicker on a return in which he fumbled twice. Then...
Sun reporterRavens running back Bam Morris rushed for 130 yards and quarterback Vinny Testaverde threw for 288. The Ravens racked up 447 yards of total offense and held the opposition to 225. The New York Jets benched their starting quarterback and were 4-for-15 on...
Sun reporterIn one corner of the Ravens' locker room, 325-pound defensive tackle Tony Siragusa was doing his little victory dance. In another area, defensive tackle Larry Webster was talking about some of the negative publicity the team had gotten in the past three...
Sun reporterIn the Ravens' short tenure in Baltimore, this may have been the team's most lifeless and uninspired performance. Dropped passes. Fumbles. Missed tackles. Bad snaps. Not to mention a defense that couldn't stop the opposition on third down or halt the...
Sun reporterIf this indeed was a statement game, the Ravens made a clear one yesterday. They aren't ready for prime time. Good teams don't allow two touchdowns in the final four minutes. Playoff-caliber teams don't rush for 52 yards. Quality teams don't lose three of...
Sun reporterA problem the Ravens had hidden in previous weeks resurfaced yesterday. It's called pass defense, and the Ravens played very little, surrendering 352 passing yards in a 21-17 loss to the San Diego Chargers before 54,094 at Qualcomm Stadium. San Diego...
Sun reporterThe Ravens are moving into the guarded optimism stage these days. The team is showing signs of a miraculous turnaround from a year ago, but most of the players were reserved after the Ravens blew out the Tennessee Oilers, 36-10, yesterday before 17,737 at...
Sun StaffCINCINNATI -- Role reversal ruled the Ravens' meltdown yesterday against the unlikeliest of foes. After listening to a week's worth of the Cincinnati Bengals' banter, the usually outspoken Ravens were choked up in their response yesterday. The Super...
Tags: Takeo Spikes, Corey Dillon, Kipp Vickers, Brian Simmons, Arts
Latimes.comJack Del Rio, a 1981-84 USC linebacker who started for the Trojans all four years, will get the next chance to stop Peyton Manning, the Indianapolis quarterback who threw the ball on every snap in the first quarter of last Sunday's 43-31 win over Green...
Latimes.com ColumnistChad Pennington, the New York Jets' new leader, has spent the last three years making himself smoother, smarter, and faster. In consequence, Pennington is now one of the smoothest and smartest quarterbacks in the NFL, if never the fastest. He is also...
Tags: Steve McNair, Basketball, Drew Bledsoe, Jim Kelly, New York Jets
Tribune pro football reporterIf you don't think anybody can win the AFC East, you missed last season, when the Patriots bounced from worst to first. This is the only division in which all four teams have made the playoffs at least once in the last three years. The 3-13 Bills, the...
RedEyeWeek 6 locks 1. Steve McNair QB, Titans vs. Texans 2. Tim Couch QB, Browns vs. Raiders-70.5 completion rate, 4 TDs in two starts 3. Aaron Brooks QB, Saints vs. Bears 4. Marc Bulger QB, Rams vs. Falcons 5. Jamal Lewis, RB, Ravens at Cardinals 6....
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