The Detroit Lions made a major move on Tuesday when they were able to trade a fourth and a fifth-round draft pick to the Baltimore Ravens for defensive tackle Haloti Ngata.
Torrey Smith will not be returning to the Baltimore Ravens this offseason and the soon-to-be ex-Raven made sure to write a beautiful farewell letter to the Ravens, his teammates, the Baltimore area and Ravens fans.
After the Patriots beat the Ravens last Saturday, former New England Patriots tight end and current radio host Jermaine Wiggins nearly came to blows with Steve Smith over something that Wiggins had once said on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Felger & Mazz show.
On Saturday, Julian Edelman may have had the most memorable play of the game when he threw his very first touchdown pass as a pro football player to Danny Amendola.
During the Ravens/Patriots game, the Patriots were super sneaky and used only four offensive linemen at times. The Ravens were confused and the Patriots’ strategy worked for the most part. After the game, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh didn’t seem pleased with the Patriots and their sneaky ways.
Joe Flacco threw a game-ending interception as the Ravens were driving in an attempt to shock New England and although many Patriots players were pleased, Julian Edelman elected to unleash the fury on Joe Flacco himself.
With just over five minutes remaining in the game, Tom Brady threw an absolute dime of a pass to give the New England Patriots a four-point lead over the Baltimore Ravens.
As we all know, Joe Flacco has been pretty damn good in the postseason lately.
Julian Edelman was a quarterback at Kent State and although he was not known as a gunslinger with absurd downfield accuracy, he could still throw a decent ball.
Tom Brady threw a pretty bad interception at the end of the first half and the Baltimore Ravens capitalized, scoring a touchdown and taking a 21-14 lead going into the half. This GIF of Brady pretty much sums up the ending of the half…
The New England Patriots won the coin toss today — it happens a lot — and opted to give the ball to the Baltimore Ravens first. A kick off and a gorgeous five-play drive later, the Ravens scored the game’s first touchdown.
When the Dallas Cowboys knocked off the Detroit Lions this past weekend (with some help from the refs), they did more than just send the Lions packing. They also managed to swipe away the popular and loud narrative that the Cowboys — and quarterback Tony Romo — are unable to win the big game.