Sunday, January 22, 2012
The Ravens play the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game Sunday at 3 p.m.
When the Ravens face the New England Patriots in Foxborough, MA, they'll have recent playoff history on their side. In the 2010 Wild Card round of the playoffs, the Ravens put on an offensive and defensive clinic in the first quarter and accrued a 24-0 lead after just 15 minutes of play. The Ravens cruised to a 33-14 win in that game two years ago, but couldn't beat the Indianapolis Colts the next week. This time, the Ravens play the Patriots with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line. Putting that one playoff game aside, here's how some current Ravens have fared against the New England franchise: Joe Flacco, quarterback Averaged 274.5 passing yards with a 65.9 completion percentage, four touchdowns and one interception in two games. Ray …
Monday, January 16, 2012
The Ravens beat the Texans 20-13 to secure a spot in the AFC Championship Game.
Five years after their last home playoff game, the Ravens punched their ticket to the AFC Championship Game by beating the Houston Texans, 20-13. The Ravens will travel to Foxborough, MA, to play the New England Patriots Sunday at 3 p.m. The Patriots beat the Denver Broncos, 45-10, to advance to the conference championship game.
Sunday, January 15, 2012
A look at a few key statistics heading into Sunday's AFC divisional round playoff game.
The Ravens face the Houston Texans at 1 p.m. Sunday in the first playoff game in Baltimore since 2007. In week five, the Ravens beat the Texans 29-14. Last season, the teams got into a shootout in Houston and the Ravens ultimately gutted out a 34-28 overtime win. The Ravens have never lost to the Texans in four previous games dating back to December 2002, winning by an average of just under 10 points. Here are how a few prominent Ravens players have fared against Houston in the past: Joe Flacco, quarterback Averaged 241.7 average passing yards per game with four touchdowns, one interception, and a 64 percent completion percentage in three games. Ray Rice, running back Averaged 57.3 rushing yards, 42.7 receiving yards per game with no …
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
The Ravens are inviting young fans to write letters wishing the team team luck in the NFL postseason.
Fresh off sending a batch of letters to the North Pole, young Ravens fans are being invited by the team to start up a new writing campaign this week. But instead of toys, this campaign promises a chance at Ravens playoff tickets. Letters wishing the Ravens luck in the NFL postseason can be dropped off at "Baltimore Ravens Postal Service" mailboxes at Giant Food Stores in the metro area, the team's website said. The letters will be collected Wednesday evening and delivered Thursday morning to the Ravens' headquarters in Owings Mills each week the team remains in the playoffs. One letter writer each week the Ravens have a home game in the playoffs will win four tickets, four pregame field passes, pregame hospitality and parking to that week'…