Suggs’ Personal Foul

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Terrell Suggs says he wasn’t trying to hurt Steelers RB LeGarrette Blount

As the big Steelers RB was trying to push a pile forward late in the game, Terrell Suggs came and hit Blount from behind in the leg. Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun is reporting that Suggs was just trying to get him to the ground. Here’s the full story. What do you think? Let us know in our poll!

Ravens lose to Steelers as Roethlisberger sets NFL record

Clifton Brown of CSN Baltimore gives us 5 takeaways from last night’s debacle in Pittsburgh. None of them are very positive. LINK

Transcripts: Ravens Post-Game Quotes

For those who missed the post-game press conferences, here’s a transcript of the quotes from Harbaugh, Flacco, and company. LINK

Ben Roethlisberger sets record in rout

I know you probably don’t want to hear this, but Roethlisberger set an NFL record last night. That’s consecutive seasons where the Ravens allowed someone to tie or break an NFL record in a primetime game (Peyton Manning passing TDs week 1 last year). ESPN has the full story here.

The Ravens’ secondary is terrible, and it’s not going to get any better

Says Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun. While I may not agree with that statement, the overall sentiment of this article may be pretty accurate. He does find some positives to take away, though. LINK

It’s 2013 All Over Again

Shawn Brubaker of The Baltimore Wire isn’t exactly optimistic about the rest of the NFL season. He thinks that this team looks a lot like the 2013 version. LINK

 

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