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What You Might've Missed: Devotion to Davante

GREEN BAY – After Sunday's victory at Baltimore, Packers QB Aaron Rodgers admitted the Ravens' defense employed some coverage schemes against WR Davante Adams that he'd never seen. He also called it "the greatest respect level" bestowed on a player when he's guarded by multiple...
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Packers: 5 reasons for poor defensive performance vs. Ravens

Fifteen weeks into the 2021 season, the Green Bay Packers are the only team with 11 wins to their name. As they gear up for perhaps their most highly anticipated playoff run since 2011, it’s all about fine-tuning from here on out, and cleaning up any imperfections before the elimination games begin.
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The Ravens’ decision to go for two presented various factors

For the second time in three Sundays, the Baltimore Ravens scored a late touchdown that brought them within one point of the opposition. Coach John Harbaugh decided to go not for a one-point tie but a two-point lead. The decision sparked a social-media firestorm that requires much more than 280 characters for full and proper analysis.

Mike Preston: Ravens lose another gamble, but don’t expect coach John Harbaugh to stop rolling the dice | COMMENTARY

At this point in the season, there is no reason to develop an ulcer about Ravens coach John Harbaugh’s decisions. In two of the past three games, he’s attempted a go-ahead 2-point conversion in the final minute and lost. On Sunday, the Ravens fell to the Green Bay Packers, 31-30, after quarterback Tyler Huntley’s pass to tight end Mark Andrews was broken up with 42 seconds left. As fans walked ...
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Ravens vs. Packers: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

The Baltimore Ravens returned home to Charm City to host the Green Bay Packers, went toe-to-toe with arguably the best team in the league and nearly pulled off the upset. In a game where the home team was without their star player in Lamar Jackson and heavy underdogs but stull almost came out on top, there was some good, some bad, and some ugly.
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Ravens Cautiously Optimistic Lamar Jackson Will Be Ready for Bengals

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens are "hopeful" quarterback Lamar Jackson could be back in the lineup for the critical AFC North game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Jackson suffered a sprained ankle in the first quarter against the Steelers and missed the following game against the Browns. Backup Tyler...
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4 takeaways from the Ravens’ 30-31 loss to the Packers

The Ravens played host to the NFC’s No. 1 seed and reigning league MVP this week. Down a number of starters due to injury and COVID-19 protocols, the Packers wound up being a near 10-point favorite in this matchup. Baltimore more than held their own, though, and erased a...
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Eisenberg: Bengals Have Ravens Right Where They Want Them

Deep into a strange and unpredictable season in the AFC North, the Bengals have the Ravens right where they want them. After years of mostly looking up to others, the Bengals are primed to deliver a withering blow to the playoff hopes of a longtime nemesis. The Ravens and Bengals...
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Ravens News 12/21: Temperature Rising and more

Ravens’ Week 15 observations: A QB decision, but not a controversy by any means; coaching decisions and more - Jeff Zrebiec. Cleveland, by the way, seemed to hold up very well in his first career start. I don’t know how long left guard Ben Powers will be out. He was in a walking boot on the sideline. However, the Ravens know by now what they have in Powers. They need to find out what they have in Cleveland, the rookie third-round pick, and Sunday provided positive information.
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What John Harbaugh told the Ravens before deciding to go for two in Week 15

The Baltimore Ravens lost to the Green Bay Packers in Week 15 by the final score of 31-30, moving their record to 8-6. Baltimore has lost three-straight games, and now move onto face the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 16. The Ravens ended up losing to Green Bay because they decided...

Ravens Rely on Gut Feeling Over Analytics

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Ravens use analytics more than many other NFL teams to assess certain situations. However, coach John Harbaugh still uses old-fashioned gut feeling when it comes to making in-game decisions, much like going for critical 2-point conversions in each of the past three weeks. The...
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Press Release: Baltimore Ravens Community Quarterback Award 2021

The Baltimore Ravens have selected their 2021 Community Quarterback Award recipients. Funded by the NFL Foundation, the Ravens Foundation, Inc. and T. Rowe Price, the award honors individuals who exhibit leadership, dedication and commitment to bettering their local communities. Recognizing the urgent need among many nonprofits and community heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic, T. Rowe Price partnered with the Ravens to honor five recipients whose volunteer efforts have strengthened our community over the past two years.
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Who Ravens Fans Should Root for in Week 15

The AFC playoff race is tightening with the Ravens still sitting atop the AFC North at 8-5 and in good position in the wild-card race. While Baltimore has a tough task this Sunday against the Green Bay Packers (10-3), the rest of the division is looking at difficult games as well.
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Ravens Week 15 Rookie Report: Relatively quiet outings all around

The Baltimore Ravens had all of the healthy members from their 2021 rookie class active for their narrow 31-30 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Following the decisive defeat, they could fall to second place in the AFC North with an 8-6 record. Depending on the outcome of Monday’s game between the Cleveland Browns and the Las Vegas Raiders, they could be in third by end of the night.
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