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Marlon Humphrey throws some shade at Broncos Phillip Lindsay for ejection Baltimore Ravens CB Marlon Humphrey apparently didn't even know Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay was punching him.
Ravens, still perfect in red zone, set NFL mark In addition to being the only perfect team in the red zone this season, Baltimore became the first in league history to score touchdowns on its first 12 trips inside the 20-yard line.
SNF: Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers gear up for AFC North matchup The Ravens will play the Steelers next week on Sunday Night Football, as Baltimore hoping to take advantage of Le'Veon Bell's absence and Antonio Brow.
Reveling in the rain, Joe Flacco proves he's a tough mudder The Ravens' advantage in the elements? It's Joe Flacco, who has delivered some of his best performances in ugly conditions.
Ravens LB Patrick Onwuasor gets game ball for 1st career interception For his clutch interception in the Baltimore Ravens' 27-14 victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday, Ravens linebacker Patrick Onwuasor got the esteemed honor of receiving one of the team's game balls. "Wow, what a play," said Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh of Onwuasor's interception at a postgame press conference.
Ravens perfection in red zone ends Broncos' perfect record Ravens' perfect touch in red zone proves too much for Broncos, who stumble inside 20 during first defeat.
Ravens take down Broncos 27-14: Five things we learned The Baltimore Ravens advanced to 2-1 on Sunday when they took down the Denver Broncos 27-14 at M&T Bank Stadium. Jake McDonnell reveals what we learned during Sunday’s win at Charm City B…
Baltimore Ravens employed a rotation to replace C.J. Mosley. It worked. The solution wasn't straightforward. The task didn't fall to a single player. But in a 27-14 victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday, the Ravens showed they could absorb the blow of Mosley's absence and maintain strong play in the middle of their defense.
Ravens sustain several injuries in 27-14 victory over Broncos Of particular concern is the status of Judon, who limped off the field aided by trainers in the fourth quarter. Though coach John Harbaugh didn't offer up any information on the severity or nature of the injury to the third-year linebacker, Judon said the following after the game when asked if he'll be ready for next week's game.
Baltimore Ravens flip script on their biggest weakness in 27-14 win This was a huge win for the Baltimore Ravens who are now 2-1. The Ravens offensive line should be the happiest part of the Ravens roster.
Dumb Twitter reactions from Broncos' fans after 27-14 loss to Ravens Here are some dumb Twitter reactions from Denver fans. Bill, I can't believe you think the Broncos with Case Keenum as your quarterback were going to manhandle the Ravens on the road. Under head coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are 61-21 at home, which is the third-best home record in the NFL since 2008.
4 takeaways from Ravens' 27-14 win over Broncos This was an impressive win by the Ravens considering the fact the Broncos entered the game as one of seven undefeated teams in the league and Baltimore was missing their top defensive players such as inside linebacker C.J. Mosley, defensive lineman Michael Pierce and cornerback Jimmy Smith.
Ravens vs. Broncos 2018: Instant analysis from Ravens' 27-14 win vs. Broncos in Week 3 Though not picture-perfect football, the Baltimore Ravens ultimately got the end result they needed - a 27-14 win over the Denver Broncos on Sunday. If there's one word that could characterize this game for the Ravens, it'd have to be resiliency. Things couldn't have started out any worse for Baltimore.
Five takeaways from the Ravens' 27-14 win over the Broncos In a wild Sunday afternoon game, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Denver Broncos 27-14. Despite how poorly the Ravens started, they found a way to battle back and take complete control. Baltimore's offense bounced back in a big way, specifically with an improved game plan, in week three, while the defense held up well despite the absences of C.J.
Baltimore Ravens: 3 game balls for the huge victory over Denver For that he gets a game ball. The Broncos did run the football better than you would have liked, but the Broncos run game didn\u2019t control the game. Take out the Emmanuel Sanders reverse play and the Ravens held the Broncos to under 100 rushing yards.
QB Joe Flacco is our Player of the Game in Week 3 vs. Broncos Though his statline wasn't necessarily gaudy - completing 25-of-40 passes for 277 yards and a score - Flacco was everything his team needed him to be and more in the Ravens' 27-14 defeat of the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
Suggs, Ravens defence sock it to Broncos at home Terrell Suggs had 1.5 sacks and the Baltimore Ravens dealt the Denver Broncos their first loss of the season.
Ravens vs. Broncos Final Recap: Joe Flacco and the offense continue to impress On an ugly rainy day in Baltimore, the Ravens looked just as unattractive to start. Quarterback Joe Flacco was sacked on second down, and the offense went three-and-out. Then, Sam Koch's punt was blocked on fourth down, setting the Broncos up inside the 10-yard line.
Stock up, stock down in Ravens' 27-14 win against Denver Broncos Brown continues to be the deep threat that Baltimore brought him in to be, catching five passes for 86 yards, with a 44-yard bomb down the sideline being the most notable reception. LB Terrell Suggs. Suggs continues to fight against Father Time.
Flacco shines as Ravens deal Broncos first loss Joe Flacco picked apart Denver's depleted defence for 277 yards and a touchdown, and the Baltimore Ravens defeated the previously unbeaten Broncos 27-14 Sunday.
Ravens control Broncos, 27-14 The Ravens have some work to do on special teams, but otherwise, it was a good day. Despite having a field goal and a punt blocked, Baltimore rolled to a relatively easy 27-14 victory over the Broncos. The Broncos allowed three sacks.
Ravens vs. Broncos final: MVP, stock-up & stock-down The Ravens started off ugly but they finished strong. Big goal line stands by the defense and a perfect redzone offense pushed this team to a 2-1 record. Another strong game by the franchise quarterback. By the games end, Joe threw for 277 yards 25 completions.
Baltimore Ravens win 27-14: The good, bad and the ugly Then there was a blocked field goal. Morgan Cox, who usually does such a good game that his name doesn\u2019t come up, had a rough day as a long snapper. This was a big win for the Baltimore Ravens. They now have a chance to bury the Pittsburgh Steelers in week 4.
Broncos Analysis: Flaws in secondary exposed in loss to Baltimore Ravens BALTIMORE - In 2015-16, the Broncos' pass defense was first in the NFL in fewest yards allowed. They put opponents in a vise grip with their combination of rush, coverage and ball skills. Seems like a long time ago, doesn't it?
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