Marlon Unimpressed by Torrey in Madden

Ravens Links Marlon Unimpressed by Torrey in Madden

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Marlon Brown unimpressed by Torrey Smith’s Madden chops

Marlon Brown apparently has Torrey Smith’s number when it comes to Madden and he’s letting everyone know on Twitter.

‘Doesn’t look good’ for Le’Veon Bell to play vs. Ravens

The Steelers’ dynamic, play-making running back looks like he may not suit up this weekend according to Aditi Kinkhabwala and Marc Sessler of NFL.com. That would be big news for the Ravens. LINK

Harbaugh in a good mood Monday

According to Clifton Brown of CSN Baltimore, Harbaugh was in a pretty good mood on Monday as he discusses his brother’s departure and his dinner plans with Chiefs coach Andy Reid. LINK

Steelers bringing in Ben Tate as running back insurance

According to Darrin Gantt of Pro Football Talk, the Steelers are bringing in veteran running back, Ben Tate who was cut this season by both the Browns and Vikings. LINK

Owen Daniels has an idea why Ravens tend to start slow

According to Daniels, it might be the pressure of making the playoffs, via Clifton Brown of CSN Baltimore. If that’s the case, the team will be in trouble since the pressure will only increase as they head into the postseason. LINK

Flacco’s playoff outlook

Barry Wilner of the Associated Press gives an outlook on the postseason and gives us a gem of a quote from Joe Flacco. “‘Anything can happen when you get into the playoffs,’ Flacco said. ‘I won’t be surprised if in three weeks from now we’re still sitting here playing.'” LINK

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Tyler has followed Baltimore sports his entire life. His favorite player growing up was Steve McNair, so he was ecstatic when he became a Raven in 2006. When he’s in front of the TV watching the game, it’s best to avoid non-football discussion. It’s quite likely he isn’t listening anyway, as his girlfriend can attest to.

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