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  • Ravens have prepared for Rams' no-huddle offense

    Ravens have prepared for Rams' no-huddle offense
    Furor over the New York Giants' questionable tactic of faking injuries notwithstanding, the Ravens are concentrating their defensive efforts on neutralizing the St. Louis Rams' no-huddle offense. "It's going to be interesting," seven-time Pro Bowl free...
  • Scouting report: Ravens vs. Rams

    Scouting report: Ravens vs. Rams
    RAVENS RUN OFFENSE VS. RAMS RUN DEFENSE: The Rams' rush defense is last in the NFL, having surrendered an average of 177.5 yards. St. Louis could be the ideal opponent for the Ravens to reestablish their running game, which was ineffective last week in...
  • Pre-snap read: Ravens-Rams

    Pre-snap read: Ravens-Rams
    We knew there was a decent chance the Ravens would be 1-1 as they headed into St. Louis to take on the Rams in Week 3, but I’m guessing that few of us thought that loss would come against the Titans. But that disappointing 26-13 letdown is in the...
  • Gurode set to start at left guard vs. Rams

    Gurode set to start at left guard vs. Rams
    Andre Gurode is expected to start at left guard after the Ravens deactivated both Ben Grubbs and Mark LeVoir for Sunday’s road contest against the St. Louis Rams. The team announced that Grubbs, who did not practice this past week, had been...
  • Gurode's insertion at left guard strengthens Ravens line

    Gurode's insertion at left guard strengthens Ravens line
    A reshuffled offensive line didn't seem to impede the Ravens in their explosive 37-7 victory over the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome Sunday. In fact, inserting Andre Gurode at left guard instead of Mark LeVoir seemed to be the antidote the front...