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  • Bears' young back seven needs to apply lessons learned

     Bears' young back seven needs to apply lessons learned
    The Bears' beleaguered defense surrendered 31 points in Monday night's loss to the Saints, a disappointing total by just about any standard. However, coach Marc Trestman indicated he was relatively pleased by their performance, at least compared to an...
  • Sam Farmer's NFL Week 15 picks

    Sam Farmer's NFL Week 15 picks
    The Times' NFL writer, Sam Farmer, examines this week's matchups. Lines according to Glantz-Culver (O/U = over/under). Last week's record 12-4 (.750); season 134-73-1 (.647). Using point spreads with the scores Farmer predicted, the record against the...
  • Five Ravens stats that stand out ahead of Sunday's game vs. Dolphins

    Five Ravens stats that stand out ahead of Sunday's game vs. Dolphins
    Every week, reporter Jon Meoli will serve up five stats you should know heading into that week’s Ravens game. This week’s stats, prepared ahead of Sunday's playoff-type showdown with the Miami Dolphins, touch on some rate stats at which the...
  • In desperate need of repair, Ravens secondary should get some help Sunday

    The black ski cap and sweatshirt veteran cornerback Lardarius Webb wore this week matched the seriousness of his mood and direness of the situation facing the Ravens' beleaguered secondary. Webb sighed, took a deep breath and spoke passionately about...
  • Despite loss of Haloti Ngata, Ravens and Terrell Suggs have unfinished business

    Despite loss of Haloti Ngata, Ravens and Terrell Suggs have unfinished business
    There have been few times during his 12-year NFL career when Terrell Suggs has been at a loss for words, but the thought of him wearing a yellow jacket and standing next to a bronzed bust of himself only forces a smile. "Wow," said Suggs, glancing up at...
  • Ravens defense prepping for 'very unique' Saints QB Drew Brees

    Ravens defense prepping for 'very unique' Saints QB Drew Brees
    When the Ravens' defense squares off Monday night with Drew Brees, they'll face one of the most prolific quarterbacks in NFL history. The New Orleans Saints standout is an eight-time Pro Bowl selection, a former Super Bowl Most Valuable Player and the...
  • Giants' Madison Bumgarner named SI Sportsman of Year

    San Francisco Giants left-hander Madison Bumgarner, who had a legendary postseason performance that led to his third World Series, was named Sportsman of the Year by Sports Illustrated on Monday. The 25-year-old worked five scoreless innings and...
  • Fantasy waivers for Week 15: Derek Anderson's familiar situation could pay dividends

    Poor Cam Newton. Poor Cam Newton's fantasy football owners. Newton had his best game of the season against the New Orleans Saints (226 yards and 3 touchdowns passing, 83 yards and a touchdown rushing) and then on Tuesday afternoon, he suffers two back...
  • Ravens rookie safety Terrence Brooks frustrated after failing to break up touchdown pass

    Ravens rookie safety Terrence Brooks frustrated after failing to break up touchdown pass
    Terrence Brooks was in prime position to prevent Drew Brees' 26-yard touchdown pass to Marques Colston at the end of the first half Monday night. But the Ravens' rookie free safety didn't react quickly enough or aggressively enough to make a play on the...
  • Elvis Dumervil triggers $4 million worth of escalator clauses, incentives with 12th sack

    When Ravens veteran outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil sacked New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees twice Monday night, it created a $4 million financial windfall for the three-time Pro Bowl pass rusher. With his 12th sack of the season, Dumervil...
  • Let's face it, Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis are bad TV analysts

    Let's face it, Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis are bad TV analysts
    It's time to stop being Baltimore-nice about local sports icons Cal Ripken and Ray Lewis and their cable TV careers. Being Hall of Famers on the field doesn't automatically translate to success in the studio or broadcast booth. In fact, it's often the...