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The Baltimore Ravens are a favorite for many to represent the AFC in the Superbowl - and for good reason. The Ravens are stacked on both sides of the ball with a formula for success. The only challenge is that they are in the AFC North and the Steelers and Bengals are primed to be tough competition. Add a schedule that includes the NFC West and the road to a championship is filled with potholes.
Next Fan Up's Ravens Superfan Rex gives us the details to prepare for a successful Ravens season.
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Third & Short is happy to have Gwen Robinson, Official Fan Reporter for the Baltimore Ravens at NFLFemale. We discuss the major losses the team endured during Free Agency including Torrey Smith, Haloti Ngata, & Jacoby Jones. The re-signing and additions of Justin Forsett and Matt Schaub, the abuse that QB Joe Flacco gets from media and fans, and the overall outlook for the 2015 season.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski & Tavares Gooden for 2 hours of Baltimore Ravens pregame coverage with the Fanspeak.com Ravens Pregame Show.
The Baltimore Ravens (8-5), winners in three of their past four games, host the Jacksonville Jaguars (2-11) for a 1 p.m. battle at M&T Bank Stadium today. Fresh off an impressive 28-13 victory at Miami last week, Baltimore is seeking its sixth playoff berth in the past seven seasons. Jacksonville, coming off a 27-13 defeat to Houston, travels to Charm City for the first time since 2008 (the Ravens won that regular season finale, 27-7).
Baltimore is in a tight race in the ultra-competitive AFC North, which is the only division in the NFL where all four teams are at least one game above .500. The Ravens, who have already played five of their six division games (a Week 17 home battle with the Browns remains),Alan & Tavares will get you set for the rest of the action around the AFC North with a preview of the Browns and Bengals as well as Steelers and Falcons.
Showtime is 11:00 a.m. and the guys will take you right up to kickoff. Follow Alan & Tavares in Twitter @zlotsports & @TGood52.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski of Fanspeak.com and former Ravens and 49ers linebacker, Tavares Gooden for the final regular season edition of The Baltimore Ravens Pregame Show---Today a preview of the Ravens must w battle with the Cleveland Browns. Our great show is presented by Fanspeak.com & The Fanspeak Radio Network EarnestByner21.com, Luxury Tax Inc. and the best new sports talk show, Mouthin Off Sports, Saturdays at 3:00 p.m. on 1300WMEL.COM
Seeking their sixth playoff berth in the past seven seasons, the Baltimore Ravens (9-6) are in a must-win situation this Sunday when they host the Cleveland Browns (7-8) at M&T Bank Stadium. Kickoff for the regular season finale is set for 1 p.m. ET.
In order to secure a spot in the postseason as a Wild Card entrant, Baltimore needs a victory against Cleveland and a loss or tie by San Diego. (Baltimore can also make it in by tying Cleveland and having the Chargers lose.) San Diego plays at Kansas City this today in a battle that kicks off at 1 p.m. ET.
Giving up full control of their playoff destiny, the Ravens lost at Houston, 25-13, last Sunday. QB Joe Flacco threw 3 INTs, leading to 13 Texans’ points.
Alan & Tavares will break down today’s game and give you the Ravens keys to victory. You will also hear from Ravens & Browns, Coaches and players, as they prepared throughout the holiday week.
Today’s show has been bumped to 11:00 a.m. and you can follow the guys on Twitter @zlotsports & @TGood52.
After a bye week period and 15 days off, The Baltimore Ravens Pregame Show, presented by Fanspeak.com & EarnestByner21.com, returns tonight at 6:00 pm with your hosts, Alan Zlotorzynski & Tavares Gooden.
Joining the guys to provide solid insight will be former Raven, Redskins and Browns RB Earnest Byner. Coach Byner will break down tonight’s matchup as well as what happened yesterday in the AFC North on his segment, Coaches Corner.
Former Ravens TE Daniel Wilcox will also dial in to help set up the matchup between the Ravens defense and one of the best TE’s in all of football, Jimmy Graham.
Tonight, on Monday Night Football, the Baltimore Ravens (6-4) head south to the New Orleans Saints (4-6) for a showdown at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Baltimore is coming off its bye week, while the Saints dropped a 27-10 game to Cincinnati at home last Sunday
The Ravens are looking to sweep the NFC South in 2014 after already posting victories at home vs. Carolina (38-10) and Atlanta (29-7) and on the road at Tampa Bay (48-17). (Baltimore has outscored NFC South foes 115-34 this season.)
Alan, Tavares, Coach Byner and Daniel Wilcox will provide the best analysis you won’t get on any other Ravens pregame show anywhere. Showtime is 6:00 and the guys will take you up 8:00. #PlaylikeaRaven #BalvsNo. You can follow all of the guys on Twitter by just clicking on their names above.
Join Jeff Hartman and Neal Coolong from behindthesteelcurtain.com for the Steelers Final Score where we break down and analyze the Pittsburgh Steelers' huge win over the Baltimore Ravens.
The win catapults the Steelers to 2nd place in the AFC North, while the Ravens drop to last place in the division.
Be sure to call in and make the discussion a conversation by calling (347) 850-8581.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski & Tavares Gooden this morning at 11:00 a.m. for the Baltimore Ravens Pregame Show, presented by the Fanspeak Radio Network, Fanspeak.com & Fanduel.com.
The Baltimore Ravens return home to host the San Diego Chargers in a battle between 7-4 teams today. Baltimore, currently riding a two-game winning streak, is 4-1 at M&T Bank Stadium this season, emerging victorious in its last four games held in Charm City. The Chargers, who have also won two-straight games, are coming off a tight 27-24 win over St. Louis last Sunday. San Diego has not played in Baltimore since 2006, when the Ravens won 16-13.
Baltimore is in a tight race in the ultra-competitive AFC North, which is the only division in NFL history to boast all four teams at three games above .500 at any point in a season. The Ravens, who have already played five of their six division games this year (a Week 17 home battle with the Browns remains), are a half game behind leader Cincinnati (7-3-1). Pittsburgh and Cleveland are also 7-4, but Baltimore holds tie-breakers over each team
Alan & Tavares will breakdown the keys to a Ravens win and you will hear from the coaches and players that will participate in today’s critical AFC matchup.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup for the season premiere of THE BALTIMORE RAVENS PREGAME SHOW, presented by Fanspeak.com’s 2013 NFL GUIDE, tonight at 6:30
Tonight, The Baltimore Ravens begin the 2013 campaign, as the NFL’s only team to earn a playoff berth in each of the last five seasons. The Ravens are in Denver for the league opener, which will start at 8:30 p.m. ET at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Baltimore has won its last five season openers, producing the second-best current streak behind the Patriots’ nine in a row. (The Broncos’ 33-19-1 mark in openers is an NFL-best .635.)
Alan & Steve will break down every aspect of tonight’s contest. They will have in depth interviews from the coaches and players, as well as matchups to watch and the all-important “5 Keys to A Ravens” win presented by the Fantasy Sports Warehouse.com
Don’t miss any of the action as the guys return for their second full season delivering The Baltimore Ravens Pregame Show. They will take you right up to kickoff starting at 6:30.
Tonight we are joined by NFLFemale's OFR for the New York Giants, Marquita Quinones to talk about the Giants, Eli Manning's contract extension, and the crazy NFC East. We'll also be joined by Turron Davenport, Ravens reporter for the Baltimore Times, to talk about the Ravens rough start and how they make up for the absence of Suggs. We will also cover the 0-2 and 2-0 teams, as not all are created equal. This plus the hot topics of the week!
Join Alan Zlotorzynski & Tavares Gooden, today at 11:00 a.m. for the BALTIMORE RAVENS PREGAME SHOW, presented by Fanspeak.com, The Fanspeak Radio Network, The Birds of Baltimore.com and EarnestByner21.com.
The Baltimore Ravens (7-5), winners in two of their past three games, travel to play at the Miami Dolphins (7-5), who own a 3-2 mark at Sun Life Stadium this season. Today’s matchup is critical in the AFC playoff race with the winner taking a major step forward in possibly securing one of the remaining spots. The loser will face a steep uphill climb to make the playoffs.
Baltimore is also in a tight race in the ultra-competitive AFC North, which is the only division in the NFL where all four teams are at least two games above .500. The Ravens, who have already played five of their six division games (a Week 17 home battle with the Browns remains), are 1.5 games behind leader Cincinnati (8-3-1). Pittsburgh and Cleveland are also 7-5, but Baltimore holds tie-breakers over each team.
Despite taking a 10-point, fourth-quarter lead (30-20), the Ravens lost last Sunday to the visiting Chargers, 34-33. Behind QB Philip Rivers, San Diego scored three final-period touchdowns to secure the hard-fought victory. The Chargers converted 9 of 11 third downs (81.8%) – the best percentage ever against the Ravens – going 7-for-7 in the first half.
Alan & Tavares will break down what the Ravens must do to win today. The guys will provide you with all of the stats that matter as well as the player interviews from both teams throughout the course of the week.
Showtime is 11:00 a.m. and you can follow Alan and Tavares on Twitter @zlotsports and @TGood52.
Join Alan Z & Stephen Shoup this morning at 10:30 for the Baltimore Ravens Pregame Show--presented by Fanspeak.com.
The Baltimore Ravens will play a second-consecutive road game when they travel to Miami today to face the Dolphins. Game time this Sunday, Oct. 6, at Sun Life Stadium is 1 p.m. The Ravens, tied for first in the AFC North with Cincinnati and Cleveland, are 2-2. The Dolphins (3-1) took an unblemished mark into their Monday Night Football game at New Orleans, where they dropped a 38-17 decision.
With QB Joe Flacco throwing a franchise-record 5 INTs, the Ravens came up short in Buffalo last Sunday, losing 23-20 to the Bills. Following another dismal performance on running the ball, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome made a series of roster moves this week, with the trade for OT Eugene Monroe, the focal point of them all.
Alan & Steve will break down today’s game complete with a look at the Dolphins. The guys will give you their five keys to a Ravens win, as well what key matchups to keep an eye on today. You will hear from many of the Ravens players and coaches as they met with the media this week.
The guys will finish up by taking a trip around the NFL, previewing the rest of the day’s games.