| Oct 25, 2004
From Deion Sanders' sidestepping shimmy in the end zone to Terrell Suggs' raucous sack dances, the Ravens made it known yesterday that the defense has got its groove back.
The Ravens' 20-6 victory over the Buffalo Bills before 69,809 at M&T Bank...
| Nov 19, 2001
The magic ended, the turnovers continued and the controversies have ensued.
Unable to overcome debatable replay decisions and inexcusable quarterback play, the Ravens watched their run of good fortune end with a nightmarish 27-17 loss to the Cleveland...
| Dec 17, 2001
After a week of trash-talking, the Ravens were silenced in the end.
Unable to answer a dominating statement by the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ravens were humbled in a 26-21 loss last night before 69,506 at PSINet Stadium and a national television audience....
| Sep 4, 2000
The Ravens won here last year with explosive, big-play offense. They won here yesterday with dominant defense.
Consider this the start of a new era.Where once this franchise routinely lost at Three Rivers Stadium to the Pittsburgh Steelers in a number of...
| Sep 18, 2000
The Miami Dolphins beat the Ravens at their own game last night.
Unleashing a pass rush that sacked quarterback Tony Banks six times - including twice on the goal line - the Dolphins dealt the Ravens a 19-6 dose of reality before 73,464 and a national TV...
| Oct 2, 2000
Brian Billick tossed out the bait last week and his defense snatched it up like another unprotected football.
Looking to the history books for their motivation, the Ravens smothered the Cleveland Browns with their second straight shutout and third of the...
| Oct 9, 2000
The Ravens used their own special formula - suffocating defense and Matt Stover's steady leg - to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars, 15-10, in a not-ready-for-prime-time game at ALLTEL Stadium last night.
A crowd of 65,194 streamed out of the stadium with 10...
| Oct 16, 2000
The road trip finally ended for the Ravens yesterday, but the drought didn't.
One more time, the red zone turned into the Bermuda Triangle. One more time, the end zone was a forbidden paradise. One more time, quarterback Tony Banks was left to explain...
| Oct 30, 2000
Second place is gone.
Home-field advantage is debatable.The playoffs, at this moment, look like a pipe dream.
The Ravens' free fall through the AFC Central continued yesterday with a wretched 9-6 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in front of 69,405, the...
| Nov 6, 2000
Pandemonium ruled for a few unworldly moments.
Quarterback Trent Dilfer danced in front of the Ravens' bench, index fingers shooting flares into the sky.Split end Qadry Ismail and guard Edwin Mulitalo lifted the Ravens' unlikeliest hero, Brandon Stokley,...
| Nov 20, 2000
The most defiant defense in the NFL can't say the P-word, but it can use the S-word.
And the Ravens speak the language of shutouts eloquently.Ravaging a once-proud Dallas Cowboys' offense, 27-0, before 69,416 at PSINet Stadium, the Ravens' defense...