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From as far back as 2004-2005, The Baltimore Ravens have never missed the playoffs in consecutive seasons. This all changed after their loss to the Steelers in week 16. They ended the season with an 8-8-0 record. This was an improvement over the 2015 record of 5-11. Sadly, it was not good enough.

In the AFC North division, the Baltimore Ravens were second to the Pittsburgh Steelers who enjoyed a full standing of 11-5-0. Week 16 was a very sad Christmas for the Ravens. Their 4-game winning streak over the Steelers was broken and they were eliminated from the season’s playoff contention. The 2016/2017 season was a downhill affair. From a 13-7 win against the Buffalo Bills to bowing out with an embarrassing 27-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens have their work cut out for them.

Many see the loss as a result of injuries on key players. How true? Only time can tell. In their defense, it is not every day that that the starting quarterback, left tackle, top running back and No 1 WR all miss heavy time.

The highlight of the Ravens season was the talented kicker Justin Tucker. Of 39 attempts, he made 38 field goals. His 97.4 percent success rate is the best in NFL history. Boasting of a percentage of 89.8 percent in career field goals, he is the actively the leader of NFL’s career field goals.

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NFL 2016 Week 17: Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, January 01, 1:00 PM, Paul Brown Stadium

The Ravens played the Bengals at the home ground of the Bengals. In the first quarter, the Bengals Rex Burkhead scored a 5 yard run, from a kick from Randy Bullock. Justin Tucker scored a 30 yard field goal for the Ravens. In the second quarter, the game continued at a fast pace, Randy Bullock scored a 23 yard field goal, and then a 24 yard field goal for the Bengals. The third quarter brought some incredible plays by both teams but the score stayed remained the same, with the Ravens on 3 – 20 to the Bengals.

In the fourth quarter, Kenneth Dixon scored a 1 yard run, which brought the Ravens score to 10, but Rex Burkhead brought the Bengals score to 27 through a 5 yard run. The Bengal’s have two injured running backs, and Burkhead hadn’t carried over nine times in a game, before the last two. His performance was reminiscent of his days as a younger player, and may have been what brought the victory to the Bengals.

NFL 2016 Week 16: Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, December 25, 4:30 PM, Heinz Field

The Ravens had their hopes dashed on Sunday game after 31-27 defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The fans of Ravens had tried to block the memory of player Brown game winning touchdown catch. Player Weddle held down Brown at goal line .the receiver Pro Bow was able to stretch it just across the end for the score. The replays of the touchdown are played all over the internet showing how close were to stopping the Brown touchdown. Mosley the linebacker played perfectly well and cut across middle of the field to deliver a great hit onto Brown just before the end of the game.

Le veon the Steelers running back had monster day and also played a big part in 4th quarter mounting. Bell finished the game with 2 touchdowns and a total of 137 yards offense. The Ravens did not manage to bottle him as they did the last season. Bell is one of NFL best backs and he runs patiently to the defense as he did in this game. He waited for player Terrel outside linebacker to cut inside and try to tackle before he broke around the edge and this was a great gain.

NFL 2016 Week 15: Baltimore Ravens vs Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, December 18, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

The Baltimore Ravens kept their play-off hopes alive at the game with a nerve-wracking triumph over the Eagles. The Ravens had its 2nd most noteworthy scoring of the season, and their defense team had great strategy towards the end to leave with the 27-26 triumph. They crushed the Eagles after Carson Wentz’s 2-point conversion fizzled.

Stanley did a good job halting Pro Bowl outside line-backer C. Barwin on a bull surge off the edge. The piece was especially amazing watching how far outside he began on the play, giving him around five yards to develop a running start before colliding with Stanley.

The line-backer Mosley may have spared the Baltimore Ravens’ season by getting his fingertips on a great pass from quarter-back C. Wentz on the 2 point conversion with 4 seconds regulation left.

The disappointing performance of Baltimore’s defense team was a big talk after the win, as the Ravens permitted one hundred and sixty nine total yards on the field. Philadelphia’s running back R. Mathews kept running for one hundred and twenty eight yards, and a few players indicated the Eagles’ stretch-zone framework as the source of their shortcomings.

As the Baltimore Ravens are celebrating their win at the Sunday game, they will hope to get more plays from outside line-backer T. Suggs. He played this run flawlessly by pushing back left handle J. Peters, setting the edge and afterward making make the stop in the open field.

NFL 2016 Week 14: Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots on Monday, December 12, 8:30 PM, Gillette Stadium

The Patriots turned out murmuring and overwhelmed the Ravens. Thumped them out and put them away. Driven by 20 focuses in the second from last quarter. All of a sudden, they began kicking the ball around, and an amusement broke out. The Ravens exploited, scored a couple of touchdowns. All of a sudden, they were alert, alive, around only three focuses in the final quarter, a paramount rebound triumph inside reach. They had fallen long ways behind which is as it should be. They were not the better group on this night. Their top-positioned guard had been pushed around for a significant part of the amusement by New England’s offense. Moreover, the Baltimore’s offense remained blunt just as it was in the previous week. Those substances stayed in play, and the Ravens couldn’t finish the rebound. Their resistance surrendered an enormous game. Their offense settled for field objectives instead of touchdowns on two late drives. That is a great formula for losing a diversion like this. The Ravens merit credit for transforming the defeat into an amusement, yet they didn’t play all around ok to win – not about alright, genuinely.

The Ravens had trusted their offense would proceed what it began a week before when it heaped up 38 focuses against Miami. However, this present night’s offense looked to some extent like that one. Yes, an evening diversion in New England is a far harder test than a home amusement against the Dolphins. What’s more, yes, the numbers wound up looking tolerable on paper, with quarterback Joe Flacco setting an establishment record for fulfillment in a diversion.

NFL 2016 Week 13: Baltimore Ravens vs Miami Dolphins on Sunday, December 04, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

Everything that had gone well for Miami Dolphins during their 6 games run turned out badly in the Ravens’ 38-6 defeat of the Dolphins. Tannehill tossed the ball to the wrong team and he had 3 capture attempts. The pass defense was a strainer as Flacco roasted the Dolphins for 381-yards and 4 touchdowns on an establishment record of thirty six completions.

The Miami Dolphins did not get much good play on the ground in the 62-yards as a team. What’s more, they could not get off the field as Baltimore had a chance to convert five of eleven, third-downs and both 4th-down tries. The Ravens first took the ball and Flacco in an instant started carving up the Dolphins’ defense. He managed to complete 6 passes to different receivers in the first drive, including T. West, who topped the drive with a three yard touchdown catch.

In drive 2 was much the same as Drive 1 as Flacco went five of seven for 69-yards and yet there was another score to Dennis Pitta for the 13-yards. The openings were simply the most demoralizing of the Dolphins defensive series in the recent times.

There were eleven minutes and seven seconds left in the 1st half when the Ravens, took their game up to 14-0, taking over their own 12. With 18 plays later, Flacco and Pitta made another score that went 103-yards since Baltimore was docked 15 by the NFL officials, which took eight minutes, fifty seconds off the clock. There was more than a half of the game still to play but the game was already over.

NFL 2016 Week 12: Baltimore Ravens vs Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, November 27, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

On Sunday 27 Cincinnati Bengals, led by Jeremy Hill and Andy Dalton took on their AFC North rivals, the Baltimore Ravens led by Joe Flacco and Steve Smith at M&T Bank Stadium.

This was another packed game with an attendance of 70903. Ravens’ second-ranked defense was the difference maker. Suggs had 2 sacks and forced 2 fumbles and the Bengals gained only sixty four yards on the ground.

Ravens had something to do with it, but Cincinnati was playing without running back Giovanni Bernard and wide receiver A.J. Green, both were injured last week in a match with the Buffalo. Green sustained a hamstring injury that could sideline him for several weeks and Bernard was lost for the season with a torn ACL.

The Ravens, meanwhile, scored their lone touchdown on the first drive of the game. After Ravens Flacco threw a 14-yard scoring pass to Breshad Perriman, Tucker added a field goal.

Baltimore Ravens claimed the win with a final score of 19 while their rivals Cincinnati Bengals had 14. “If you want to win, you want the ball in your hands,” Tucker said. “In my case, at your feet”.

NFL 2016 Week 11: Baltimore Ravens at Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, November 20, 1:00 PM, AT&T Stadium

The Baltimore Ravens played the Dallas Cowboys five days ago. Both teams were on the same footing that is, they both were at the top of their divisions. The Dallas Cowboys were on a winning streak and maintained it with their ninth consecutive win, when they beat the Baltimore Ravens 27-17. Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes to Dez Bryant, two of his three touchdown passes in the game. There were six catches to Bryant for 80 yards. Tony Romo, after his back injury, was back in the game as a backup.

The Dallas offense had a slow start but it picked up with Prescott being 14 of 15 in the second quarter. The first half of the game was controlled by the Ravens. Joe Flacco hit a five yards scoring pass to Steve Smith for the Ravens. Smith established himself as the 14th player in NFL history to have 1,000 catches in his career. Ezekiel Elliott, the Dallas rushing leader, broke the rookie record held by Tony Dorsett in 1977, of 1,000 yards. It was a historic match for both teams but the Dallas Cowboys prevailed.

NFL 2016 Week 10: Baltimore Ravens vs Cleveland Browns on Thursday, November 10, 8:25 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens will be an amazing game for any football fan out there. The Browns have not won a single game this regular season, and that’s a shame for this famous and outstanding team these days as well. Some people think that this might go the whole year without winning a single game. The Browns have lost their very first 9 games. Can you believe it? Yes, this situation has happened to this fabulous team, but it might change in the future as well. They will soon visit the powerful Ravens at Baltimore in Week 10 Thursday night.

The Cowboys defeated the Browns 35-10 recently. On Sunday, Baltimore won the game against the Steeler by a great touchdown. The Ravens are just now atop the famous AFC North as they have now a record of 4-4. The team should keep this place for at least an additional week, which is truly awesome for them as well. Baltimore is the favorite team to win the match at Las Vegas, as the Brown has not managed to defeat a single team this season. The team might also work hard to avoid any kind of blowout these days as well.

NFL 2016 Week 9: Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, November 06, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

When both Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens players entered the M&T Bank Stadium at 1.00 PM on Sunday, Nov 6, no one was certain that the hosts would emerge winners. The Steelers lost 14-21, making them drop three in a row while the ravens ended a four-game losing campaign and topped the AFC North.

One the side of hosts, Timmy Jernigan proved that he is a difference maker while Terrell Suggs show that he still pretty good playing with one arm. Also, Marshal Yanda proved that he can push forward strongly even with no helmet while Tavon Young showed that he can handle Antonio Brown, who is one of the toughest wide receiver & punt returner.

The Steelers veteran- Roethlisberger- was back after being out for at least three weeks with a knee injury. He looked synched and directed a number of yards, including the 65 & 74-yard drives that earned his side the final points.

The score was 10-0 at halftime in favor of Baltimore, and the game lacked scores until the fourth quarter when the hosts made crucial runs that earned them additional points. Chris Moore took a punt from Javorius Allen and directed it 14 yards taking the score to 21-0 with 13:35 to go.

Roethlisberger completed 23 of 45 passes for 264 yards while Flacco closed at 18 for 30 for 241 yards, helping his side win the game. There was a stream of penalties on both teams, something which slowed down their offenses.

NFL 2016 Week 7: Baltimore Ravens at New York Jets on Sunday, October 23, 1:00 PM, MetLife Stadium

Baltimore Ravens faced off against the New York Jets in what was otherwise a near-flawless match. Geno Smith, one of New York Jets’ key players was on top of his game leading the team in the highly competed match. Jets’ Brandon Mashall seemed determined to overturn what can be regarded as his team’s losing streak over the past four matches. On the other hand, Joe Flacco from the Ravens proved he was not an easy to beat player after giving the Jets a hard time throughout the entire match. The Jets have struggled with a weak offense over the last couple of matches and this time was no exception.

The Ravens have a strong defense that was able to defend its team against the Jets. The Jets were determined to win but the Ravens could not afford to loose. However the Jets replaced Ryan Fitzpatrick with Geno Smith and we can only wait to see how this replacement will work out for the team in the upcoming matches. Both Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets teams are great at what they do and fans are waiting to see how both teams will score in the future.

NFL 2016 Week 6: Baltimore Ravens at New York Giants on Sunday, October 16, 1:00 PM, MetLife Stadium

It was tough game for the Giants. It came down to seconds at the goal line. Odell Beckham Jr. made every single one of his 222 yards count – most coming in the second half. It took a good twenty minutes before the Giants achieved the first 1st down of the match. They got their offense together in the second half. Eli Manning produced 403 yards – two of those bombs to Beckham of course — reminding everyone why they are a serious combination. This is the first time this year we are seeing Beckham let loose down the field, proving that he’s the best player on Metlife Stadium.

The Ravens had their moments of self-sabotage throughout the game. With fifteen penalties that amounted to 111 yards. Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace, in post-game interviews, said that it was more of the same mistakes as the last games – jumping off sides, delay of game, unnecessary roughness. It will not help the Ravens next week now that outside linebacker Terrell Suggs is out next week on a biceps injury. His ability to stop the run and force the running back upfield was integral to the Ravens’ defense against the Giants.

NFL 2016 Week 5: Baltimore Ravens vs Washington Redskins on Sunday, October 09, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

The Washington Redskins gave a strong performance last Thursday when they beat the Baltimore Ravens 16 to 10 at Baltimore. It was perhaps an uncharacteristic win for the Redskins as their defense comes ranked as 29th in the league. They have however had an okay run for the past few games as this recorded their third straight win after having lost two straight games at the beginning of the season.

The Redskins got off to a rocky start, allowing a touchdown from the opening drive, but quickly regained their composure, and started terrorizing the Ravens with great passes and good movement on the ball. The game changing shift in momentum came in the third quarter when the Redskins were up 13 to 10 thanks to a 50-yard drive, and close to their own 3. Ravens linebacker got in the way of a pass by Redskin Kirk Cousins at the 13, but didn’t manage to keep the ball in his control when he was reaching for the end zone. As a result, the ball went out of bounds and the Redskins moved over 70 yards for a field goal and a resounding 16 to 10 lead to secure the win.

NFL 2016 Week 4: Baltimore Ravens vs Oakland Raiders on Sunday, October 02, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

Last game day saw a football clash with Oakland Raiders at Baltimore Ravens. The hosts seemed confident but the Raiders had surprise preparation for the clash. For both teams, they seemed to prove their best of skills and tricks. With the previous tight games that the Raiders have had, they have polished most of their accuracies, even in the cornerbacks.

The choice to bring in Rivera Mychal brought more thrilling performances, and a rough time for the Ravens. Another remarkable player for the day was Marquette, with over five punts in the 20-yard line. The Raven had swift pass-through, thanks to the coordination between the line markers and the attackers.

Although they conceded a 28-27 defeat, their players had great performances, only that the goal accuracies have a slight problem. Crabtree was the man for the Raiders with Touchdown record against the well-set Ravens. The defenders for the hosts always had a hard time stopping this player, especially with the hidden passes from the centre backs.

A critical look on the gameplay showed a struggling third down efficiency for the Oakland Boys. Of all the third downs in the game, they only managed 25%, which is dangerous, if the team is to play with a stronger team. For the Baltimore Boys, the relax mood may not be working for them.

NFL 2016 Week 3: Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, September 25, 1:00 PM, EverBank Field

On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens did improve to 3-0 with a comeback win of 19-17 over the Jacksonville Jaguars. This game had lots of excitement, mainly in the final 5 minutes, and the Baltimore Ravens managed to come-away with the victory to remain undefeated on this NFL season. Defensive-tackle Timmy Jernigan is one of-the team’s best-players through the first 3 games, and plays similar to this are the reason why. The 3rd year defender showed-off his combination of strength and speed by sliding in the left-guard and then obtaining good push on-the center.

On the other hand, the Jacksonville Jaguars went down to 0-3 for the 3rd-time in the last 4 years and surely you’ll hear more talk regarding coach Gus Bradley’s job-security. Bradley’s performance, now 12-39 in 4 seasons, is the second worst winning-percentage of any NFL-coach with not less than 50 games.

The Jaguars had lots of chances of winning this game in a wild 4th-quarter. They forced 3 consecutive turn-overs in the final-frame. However, they only got a field-goal out-of it. Blake Bortles threw 3 interceptions, including 2 in a wild 4th quarter,marking the end of drives within Baltimore territory. Jason Myers managed to have a 52 yard field-goal blocked. Many were hoping that Elvis Dumervil, Ravens outside linebacker, would be able to play this match but he still remains out as he is dealing with a foot injury.

NFL 2016 Week 2: Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns on Sunday, September 18, 1:00 PM, FirstEnergy Stadium

The comeback witnessed when the Baltimore Ravens came from behind to beat the Cleveland Browns is the second biggest in the franchise’ entire history. Earlier, Timmy Jernigan had spoken about playing with more energy on each play. True to his words, Jernigan proved he meant what he said by beating Josh McCown, Brown’s quarterback in the third quarter. Kamalei Correa lost his helmet while blocking at the scrimmage line but that did not distract him from helping his team inflict damage to their opponents.

He kept on blocking around 25 yards downfield. During that time, he even received a sizeable blow on his face from Tank Carder, Brown’s linebacker. Ravens start was slow in the first half but by the second quarter, they were determined to score by all means possible. Indeed, the team did struggle during the first quarter of the game. Fortunately, though, they got back on their feet around the end of the game through a pass from Joe Flacco. Cleveland Browns may have started with a quick pace, but the Baltimore Ravens were the ones who had the final showdown with a heavy total score of 25 points. The Cleveland Browns finished about 126 yards, with seven first downs in the second half of the game.

NFL 2016 Week 1: Baltimore Ravens vs Buffalo Bills on Sunday, September 11, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

The Buffalo Bills didn’t have luck at making an upset in their game against the Baltimore Ravens. Instead they fell to the Ravens 7 to 13, losing by a touchdown. The loss was strange because there was a lot of faith put into the offensive team that the Bills have constructed, but they fell apart during the game with a terrible ratio of yards won to yards lost. They managed to gain about 7 yards to the Raven’s 204 in the first quarter alone.

Fans of the Bills had to be started by the performance that their team put on, managing to score only a single touchdown in the second quarter before they were thoroughly beaten by the Ravens. It looked, briefly, like they could catch up to the other team and that the third quarter would be theirs. But in the end they couldn’t put it all together and claim the victory that they were no doubt hoping for. Let’s hope that the Bills manage to step up their game by next time, and that the Ravens stay strong; after all, what’s football when both teams aren’t at their best? It certainly isn’t as entertaining, that’s for sure.

NFL Preseason 2016 Week 4: Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints on Thursday, September 01, 8:00 PM, Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Last Thursday was a sequel to the New Orleans Saints, and their preseason losses. They lost to Baltimore Ravens 23-14 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

Hoping to bring some good Karma Saints head coach, brought Dew Brees, Saints quarterback to play for the first time since his first season with the New Orleans Saints in 2006, in the final preseason game.

The Saints started with anearly lead when Brees charged an offense through a 61-yard goal drive. He completed 50% of his 6 passes for 40 yards including a spectacular back-shoulder connection with receiver Willie Snead IV, then Luke McCown took over. The first team offense came from Running back, Mark Ingram, who had three carries for 21 yards.

Garrett Grayson ended the game as quarterback for the saints. He went for 98 yards, 11 to 16 with a no interception touchdown.

For the Baltimore Ravens, the preseason ended with an outstanding 4-0 record. Unlike Brees, Joe Flacco maintained his no-playing streak for the 7th year. Ryan mallet completed 8 of 12 passes for 65 yards whereas Josh Johnson, had a great night completing 18 of 24 passes for 181 yards and a fourth quarter 2-yard touchdown. Looks like his dreams to take the backup spot from Mallet just got realer.

NFL Preseason 2016 Week 3: Baltimore Ravens vs Detroit Lions on Saturday, August 27, 7:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

It was an enthusiastic match for Detroit Lions at Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens took home advantage to award their visitors with a 30-9 defeat. Although they had an overwhelming defeat, they have many loopholes they require to feel. Most of the game play was in the attacking section, which is partly dangerous if the opponent is stronger.

Thornton and Ngata had weak defense ideas for the Lions and had many collisions that bore 35 carries on 134-coverage area. The most remarkable player for the team was Zettel who was all over the field and eventually scored. Levy DeAndre’s return to the game had zero impact maybe because the formation did not favor him.

Both teams lost goal opportunities but that of Pratter Matt was a lifetime miss. However, he scored three goals while Bell increased the lead with two swift goals. The most notable lack of the match was kick returns. It seems the coaches’ wants to maintain a skillful game. Nevertheless, one from Billingsley graced the whole match.

The Lions’ boys had a tough time in the match, as every player seemed to lose grip of the ball. In addition, they played a rough game that gave the Ravens enough penalty advantages to win the game. The Detroit coach will have to reorganize his whole team, if he wants to compete in the NFL season.

NFL Preseason 2016 Week 2: Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, August 20, 7:00 PM, Lucas Oil Stadium

The second preseason’s game for the Indianapolis Colts was between them and the Ravens. This game had all the advantages directed to the host team the Colts. However something went wrong in the course of the play and they had to lose but with a close range to the Ravens. If it was not for the conversion points that they went for maybe they would have remained on top of the game. That conversion really costed them. You would have not predicted that it will fail.

Generally the game was exciting from both teams. They all worked hard to remain on top of the game so as to book better plays when the season opens. There were a number of moves that when placed together all across the game they made the day to be a real excitement to both the fans and the players at larger. Scenes like having back a legend player Andrew Luck after he was away from the field since November. He played really well and therefore impressed the fans and showed a cool comeback to the team.

NFL Preseason 2016 Week 1: Baltimore Ravens vs Carolina Panthers on Thursday, August 11, 7:30 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens faced off in what was expected to be a highly competed match. The Panthers kicked off the game in a high momentum but unfortunately could not hold on with the Ravens and ended up losing 19-22. Though the Panther’s offense was on top of its game giving Raven’s defense proved their dominance by turning the match around. However, this was fairly a competitive match and one can predict that the next game may have different results. In the first series of the game the Baltimore was going down as Panthers shut them down seven yards only.

However, a fumble from quarterback Derek Anderson, Carolina got an interception that may have been returned for a penalty or a touchdown on quarterback Cam Newton. Later, the defense lost their motivation and started to give up chunks of yards. Ultimately, Panthers gave up their 10-point lead. It was easy to observe that the Panthers defense had a few problems. In conclusion, Baltimore is not an easy team to beat as their offense cannot be looked down upon. Though the Panthers fought hard their defense will need to be better prepared next time. The Baltimore Ravens came out victorious and we can only wait to see more from this team.

Baltimore Ravens NFL season 2015 recap

The Ravens finished third in the AFC North with a 5-11 record this year. In their own division, the Ravens were 3-3, but did beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in both matchups. Both games ended with the Ravens winning by three points (week four: 23-30 and week 16: 20-17) The Ravens did not come close to making the playoffs; they were tied with the fifth worst record in the NFL this year, with the San Francisco 49ers, and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

For such a bad team, the Ravens were eighth in the league for average passing yards per game with 266.9. They also finished fourteenth in the league in total offensive yards with an average of 359.3 per game.

Four different quarterbacks (Matt Schaub, Jimmy Clausen, Ryan Mallett, and Joe Flacco) threw at least eighty passes for the Ravens this season. Joe Flacco threw the most passes, 413 and completed 266 of them. He threw for 2,791 yards, fourteen touchdowns, twelve interceptions.

Wide receiver Kamar Aiken had 75 catches, for 944 yards, and five touchdowns; making him the team’s leading receiver. Justin Forsett rushed for 641 yards on 151 carries (average of 4.2), with a long of 33 and scored two touchdowns, he was the team’s leading rusher.

The Ravens also held the Broncos to nineteen points in the first game of the season, a game that they lost.

NFL 2015 Week 17: Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, January 03, 1:00 PM, Paul Brown Stadium

In a clearly familiar scenario, Bengals performance mimicked that of the past. A touchdown pass by A.J. McCarron marked a 24-16 victory for the Bengals against the Ravens. The game led to a third consecutive loss of Ravens, a first in the Franchise’s history. Therefore, with Raven’s season over, they could as well begin focusing and formulating strategies for the next season. Although the Ravens were leading at halftime, they eventually lost to Bengals because of their poor results in the third quarter.

Some football experts have said that Ravens are clearly responsible for their loss. In virtually every game of the season they have led in the second half then lost towards the end. The penalties committed by Ravens were so many that the team could not win against the Bengals. The key takeaway was the four-quarter leads that were blown by the defense. The Bengals had the most injured players compared to other NFL teams. Despite this, the record they attained (12-4) was the best in the franchise’s history. It was evident that the Bengals had been attempting to prepare MacCarron to begin in playoffs. His failure to see open receivers as well as off-target throws proved his inexperience.

NFL 2015 Week 16: Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, December 27, 8:30 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens faced off Sunday at 1:00 PM, with the Ravens coming out on top 20-17 at home.

Ryan Mallet shocked the Steelers as he lead the Ravens to victory with a career-high 274 passing yards and a touchdown on just his seventh career start. Justin Tucker knocked in two field goals in the second quarter, and Javorius Allen also tacked on a rushing TD in the fourth quarter to give the home team insurance against the impending comeback by the Steelers.

While the Ravens offense certainly came to play, their defense was not to be overshadowed, picking off Ben Roethlisberger twice. However, DeAngelo Williams was able to find some daylight, eclipsing the century mark for just the fourth time this year, but reaching pay dirt twice.

This was only the fifth win for a Ravens team that was giving the start to it’s fourth quarterback in a six week span. It was also their first win a month. Meanwhile, the Steelers lost for the first time in eleven games. This was the first series sweep for the Ravens in their bitter AFC North rivalry with the Steelers since 2011, when Baltimore went 12-4 losing in the AFC Championship game to the New England Patriots.

NFL 2015 Week 15: Baltimore Ravens vs Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, December 20, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens also lost to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs scored 34-14 against the Ravens. The chiefs have registered eight straight wins while the Ravens have now lost ten games. The Chiefs’ win is attributed to the balance they had between their offense and defense. The Ravens this season have been unlucky with 18 players being injured. These injuries have forced the team to have numerous turn overs especially in in the quarterback spot. The Ravens have been forced to play most of their games while on the road.

The Ravens were initially confident before the match. The Chiefs’ Marcus Peter intercepted Jimmy Clausen’s touchdown during the second half. Peter managed to make two interceptions during the game. Jimmy Clausen played quarterback in the place of Matt Schaub. Clausen during the first half threw a 281-yard to Kamar Aiken. Kamar went for eight receptions and a touchdown in 128 yards.We cannot fail to recognize Charcandrick West’s contribution towards the Chief’s win. West on 16 carries ran 76 yards and made a touchdown. West filled in for Spencer Ware, who was the injury reserve and he did not disappoint. Alex Smith held the Chiefs’ offense, he completed 21 throws for 171 yards with no interception and a touchdown.

NFL 2015 Week 14: Baltimore Ravens vs Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, December 13, 8:30 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

The lack of running backs in the Seattle Seahawks line up wont alarm them yet again as they cruised past the Baltimore Ravens with a resounding 35 – 6 win. Russell Wilson threw five touchdown passes with three going to Doug Baldwin meaning that the lack of running backs has been covered by Russell’s throws. Baltimore Ravens whose injuries continue to deplete the team of the normal line up meant that they had to surfer another huge and disappointing loss at the hands of the Seahawks. This also meant that Seahawks have now won in four consecutive games.

The five TDs that Russell threw matched his career high and this showed how much of a decider he was in the game. This also gave him a total of 16 in his last four games which is a really great achievement for the player. Thomas Rawls who broke his ankle a wile back and who normally plays as running back had to miss the game because of the injury but no loss there really as the Seahawks proved. It was a great game but with all the injuries that the Ravens had, it was a one way game and there was nothing they could do about it.

NFL 2015 Week 13: Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins on Sunday, December 06, 1:00 PM, Sun Life Stadium

In a game of lowly teams that no one wanted to watch, the Miami Dolphins managed to out last the Baltimore Ravens to get the win on Sunday.It was a miserable game to watch but the Dolphins won to advance to 5-7, while the Ravens drop to 4-8.At one point the Ravens had to warm up Jimmy Clausen. Given the injuries that have ravaged the Ravens team, at this point losing might be the best thing. It will get them a higher draft pick and could set them up to get some needed help.

This game between two middle of the road teams flirting with .500 records may not seem like much to the untrained eye, but it has major play-off implications.

Three things to watch: 1. The Turnover Battl: The last time the Bills won was two weeks ago against Rex Ryan’s former team, the New York Jets, thanks in large part to winning the turnover battle. 2. Banged-Up Bills Defense: The mega contracts of Mario Williams and Marcell Dareus and the addition of Rex Ryan calling the shots may have placed lofty expectations on the Bills’ defense. 3. Resurgent Texans D: Over the past five weeks, J.J. Watt has reminded the football world why he is the two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year.

NFL 2015 Week 12: Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns on Monday, November 30, 8:30 PM, FirstEnergy Stadium

This game was played on Monday night, but it was not a game anyone really looked forward to playing or watching. It features two teams whose seasons are pretty much over at this point, there does not seem to be much reason to even play the game other than simply nothing else better to do. It is too bad that ESPN does not have Flex Scheduling the way NBC does on Sunday Night Football. That being said, the two teams put up sixty points. The Browns continue to confuse people by making Johnny Manziel the third string quarterback and starting Josh McCown instead.

Matt Schaub had twenty completions after 34 attempts throwing for 232 yards and two touchdowns, two interceptions in the win. This is Schaub’s first start for Baltimore this season, in his first season for the Ravens. This was his first start since 2013.

Josh McCown had 21 completions after 38 attempts, throwing for 212 yards and one touchdown pass, no interceptions. He would injure his shoulder and was replaced by Austin Davis, who threw a 42 yard touchdown pass.

Going into halftime, the Browns were down 17-13 after putting up all the points they had scored in the second quarter. In the second half, the Ravens put up another sixteen points to the Browns’s fourteen. This game was all Ravens, all the way.

NFL 2015 Week 11: Baltimore Ravens vs St. Louis Rams on Sunday, November 22, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

The Baltimore Ravens won against the St. Louis Rams by 16 – 13 but this came at the expense of their quarterback Joe Flacco and their running back Justin Forsett who both got injured in the game. Flacco who tore ligaments in his left knee, in the dying seconds of the game but managed to hold on with the offense until the game was over. It would be considered a good victory but the quarterback being injured won’t come much of a celebration for the Ravens. Forsett on the other hand broke both bones in his arm was off in the first quarter and as per the stats, he is The Ravens leading rusher.

Case Keenum was the player who gave the game to the Ravens having fumbled with the ball and Lawrence Guy recovering it with 51 seconds on the clock. Rams RT also left the field in the second quarter with an injury to his knee. The game had a fair share of dramatic moments and this is what led to the Ravens stealing the show. This win comes much needed for the Ravens who have been looking for one for quite some time now and this means that the Rams go into their next game with a loss and need to win, desperately.

NFL 2015 Week 10: Baltimore Ravens vs Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, November 15, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

In what could be regarded as this season’s game changer; the Jaguars put on a skillful mastery as they edged out their fiercely long time opponents the Ravens. Ravens for the better of the game proved to be a threat in an encounter which made the game to be balanced for the better part of time. Things however became different as the Jaguar’s superb defense skills meant that the Ravens could do little in an effort to garner more lifesaving points. The game however has been marred with some controversy with the Ravens coach Harbaugh pointing a finger to officiating error which could have seen them grab a game winning opportunity.

With the huge caliber players that the both teams possess, this however shouldn’t be an excuse given that the game was all open for both sides to grab opportunities for gaining more points and make a final win. Jaguars win over the Ravens has on the other side cemented their superb winning quality which has been on display all this season. If the winning form is to be maintained then it will be no surprise to see the Jacksonville outfits be regarded as this season’s top performers; a fate which they have regularly achieved over the past seasons.

NFL 2015 Week 8: Baltimore Ravens vs San Diego Chargers on Sunday, November 01, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens found a way to win a close game. During the final play, Justin Tucker kicked a 39-yard field goal overcoming another record-setting performance by Philip Rivers in the 29 – 26 victory on Sunday. The Ravens win came with a price where Steve Smith tore his right Achillies tendon in the third quarter and will not be playing again this season. San Diego has lost on the games final play for the third time this season. The game was competitive which saw both quarterbacks, Joe Flacco, who is the Raves quarterback completed 25 of 37 passes for 319-yards including a touchdown and no interceptions.

Philip Rivers, who is the Chargers quarterback completed 28 of 37 passes for 301-yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. Rivers has completed most of his passes this season. San Diego played with a makeshift offensive line without the starting left guard Orlando Franklin who had an ankle injury and the starting left tackle King Dunlap left the ground with an ankle problem too who was replaced by Chris Hairston who also experienced a knee injury but returned to the field.

Chris Watt who is the backup center also sustained a shoulder injury. The Baltimore Ravens and the San Diego Chargers have endured a rather disappointing season.

NFL 2015 Week 7: Baltimore Ravens at Arizona Cardinals on Monday, October 26, 8:30 PM, University of Phoenix Stadium

Despite pulling within eight points late in the fourth quarter when Arizona missed an extra point and had a blocked punt Joe Flacco’s pass was intercepted by Cardinals defensive back Tony Jefferson with only six seconds remaining on the clock resulting in a defeat of 26-18 for the Ravens. The Ravens were really hurt by the nine penalties and two turnovers that contributed to their eight point loss marking their largest defeat in 2015.

The only turnover of their game came at the half, before Jefferson’s interception, and led to a touchdown putting the Cardinals up 14-10, unfortunately Arizona never trailed again. Apparently they were having problems with their communications systems, particularly during the final drive. Coach John Harbaugh said that the phones were going out so Flacco couldn’t hear the offensive coordinator. What ever the cause of the challenges that they faced during the match It looks likely that they are now staring down at a lost season whilst the Cardinals continue to fly higher and higher.

Ironically Baltimore actually won the time-of-possession battle by about a minute and out-gained the Ravens 414 yards to 276. It is hard to imagine the Baltimore Ravens having any chance at the playoffs after this latest defeat at University of Phoenix Stadium.

NFL 2015 Week 6: Baltimore Ravens at San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, October 18, 4:25 PM, Levis Stadium

The San Francisco 49ers ended a four game losing streak on Sunday with their win over the 1-5 Ravens. This game is a rematch of the Super Bowl from three seasons ago that the Ravens won. Phil Dawson kicked four field goals in the win.

Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco completed 33 passes on 53 attempts for 343 yards and 2 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. On the last play of the game, the Ravens had a chance to pull ahead, but a desperate pass from Flacco went incomplete, ending their hopes to win their second game.

Colin Kaepernick threw 2 touchdowns, no interceptions on 16 completions and 27 attempts for 340 yards in the win. One of his touchdowns was for 76 yards to Torrey Smith; it put San Francisco up 13-3 early in the second quarter. He also had 3 rushes for 10 yards.

In a battle of two underwhelming and last place teams, the 49ers outlast the Ravens, even after getting outscored 14-9 in the second half.

The Ravens have been losing games, but by a slim 14 points. Even their win against the Steelers was by a field goal. Whereas the 49ers have been outscored by 82 points in their four losses this season. Both teams are showing the different ways that you can lose games, either by close margins or by being blown out.

NFL 2015 Week 5: Baltimore Ravens vs Cleveland Browns on Sunday, October 11, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

Cleveland Browns quarterback wrote his name in the record book with another great performance helping his team to a victory in Baltimore. He became to first Browns quarterback to throw more than 300 yards in 3 consecutive games and also broke the passing record set in 1981 by Brain Sipe at 444 yards with a franchise high 457 yards. The game went into overtime and was won with a Travis Coons kick that secured a 32 yard field goal and a 33 to 30 win for the Browns. The Browns had previously lost 13 out of their last 14 meetings with the Ravens.

The Ravens continued a horrible run and have now lost their first 3 games of the season at home. They are 1-4 which is one of their worst starts ever and played a game out to overtime for the second time in a row. Joe Flacco ran two touchdowns both 1 yard away from the zone. They were up 27-22 but could not make any big moves in the last quarter which has been their problem all season. A foul turned the ball over to the Browns and they never looked back as they took the game into overtime and secured a win.

NFL 2015 Week 4: Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, October 01, 8:25 PM, Heinz Field

So finally the Baltimore Ravens are able to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the ugly game of Thursday Night Football. Ravens stood victorious in this Ravens at Steelers battle. Pittsburg Kicker Josh Scoobe simply missed out chances of icing the game in the last quarter. It was the mistake of Scoobe which offered Baltimore life and helped avoiding 0-4 hole. But then Pittsburg defense has been maligned all through the season and it shut down the passing game while sacking Joe Flacco in 5 occasions. It was great to see Justin Tucker making a 52 yard goal while consuming 5.08 overtimes to offer Baltimore Ravens 23-20 victory.

Tucker managed to tie within 3 seconds after Pittsburg had missed the pair of kicks which would otherwise be five in number, the Steelers a bit of caution. Tucker won it in the extra period just after Steeler failed to convert the pair of fourth downs.

Justin Forsett managed to run 150 yards for the Ravens and Flacco threw the touchdown pass. Michael Vick threw in for 120 yards and the score just started in the place of injured Ben Roethlisberger. At 1-3, Ravens attained a new life and Pittsburg at 2-2. So, Justin Forsett won the game and that was terrific.

NFL 2015 Week 3: Baltimore Ravens vs Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, September 27, 1:00 PM, M&T Bank Stadium

A late drive, that was capped by a seven yard touchdown pass from Andy Dalton to A.J. Green won the game for the Bengals, and finished off the comeback. Up until then, they had been letting what was a fourteen point lead that they had entering the third quarter, turn into two different three point deficits.

The Ravens may have lost this game, but they still put up all 24 points they scored in the second half, against 14 points of the Bengals.

Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton completed 20 passes on 32 attempts, throwing for 383 yards and three touchdowns, with one interception. Ten of his completions went to receiver A.J. Green, who had 227 yards and caught two touchdowns. He also lost a fumble.

Joe Flacco completed 32 passes on 49 attempts, throwing for 362 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. His favorite target was to Steve Smith Sr. who caught 13 passes for 186 yards, and 2 touchdowns.

A lot of the Ravens’ problem this season is they do not run the ball well, their defense isn’t very good, and they commit too many penalties. They have also had fourth quarter leads in each game so far, and they have blown all three of them.

NFL 2015 Week 2: Baltimore Ravens at Oakland Raiders on Sunday, September 20, 4:05 PM, Coliseum

Ravens, which opened up the season on a high struggled badly in the face of the Raiders on Sunday. The Raiders were surprisingly quite remarkable in this game having come from a defeat at the hands of the Ravens next opponents, the Cincinnati Bengals. It was a game with its own highs as well lows but generally it was a good game despite the Ravens lackluster performance.

The Carr actually threw for yards totaling 351 and 3 touchdowns with a whole 6 passes that were longer than the 20 yards of the Ravens secondary. This performance was just what the Raiders needed in their quest to ensure that this game was theirs.

Oakland actually did convert 9 third downs in fourteen tries that were all through the air and this made the game pretty interesting on some part. Almost every member of the secondary was actually called for either pass interference or holding the ball at most points in the game that was really a dismal performance. Lewis and Smith missing two tackles each.

Overall, the game was interesting despite it not having seen the best from both teams as far as performance is concerned and the victors really deserved the win without a doubt. Congratulations to the Raiders.

NFL 2015 Week 1: Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos on Sunday, September 13, 4:25 PM, Sports Authority Field at Mile High

The Baltimore Ravens started their new season with a 13-19 loss to Denver Broncos in a game that saw a high scrutiny in both team offences. Denver Broncos started the game on a high note by hammering the Ravens 6-0 in the first quarter. The Ravens on the other hand made a positive reply with a 3-3 draw in the second quarter and a promising 10-7 win in the third quarter. The Ravens however suffered their second defeat in the fourth quarter by 3 points.

Former Denver playmaker Darian Stewart was the tormenting factor to the Ravens. He snatched the ball from Crockett Gilmore with only 28 seconds left to seal a 19-13 win over his former team. Baltimore recorded a single touchdown in the entire game thanks to an effort by cornerback Jimmy Smith who ran for 24 yards. Broncos replied through Aqib Talib who made a 51 yard interception to put the Broncos in the lead at 16-13.

The Ravens will be hoping to make a tricky comeback when they visit the Oakland Raiders who suffered a 33-13 hammering at the hands of Cincinnati Bengals. On the other hand, the Broncos will be hoping to keep their unbeaten run when they visit Kansas City who also recorded a win over the Houston Texans.

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