Reed & Ward Talk Ravens/Steelers

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Hines Ward & Ed Reed talk about their old battles. ESPN likes Pittsburgh – shocker. Fat Ben will probably play, or so they say. Mike Tomlin is still worried about Joe Flacco. The Ravens OL looks to get healthy.

How We Play Football in the AFC North

Ed Reed & Hines Ward talk about Ravens/Steelers together for The Players’ Tribune. An awesome read. My favorite part was this:

That was a “reputational” flag. Haha. From years of those little Hines Ward cheap shots.

I used to refer to Ward as simply “Cheap Shot” when writing about him, so it warms my heart to hear my favorite player talk about “Hines Ward cheap shots,” which is, of course, exactly what they were. Hiney also has some good stories about getting booed in Baltimore, on planes, in hotels, and more. Go read this. And pine for the days when Ravens/Steelers got you this pumped up.

ESPN Picks – Week 9

Only Jaws & some dude named Graziano are picking the good guys.

All Signs Point to Roethlisberger Playing Sunday, Barring Snags

I’ll believe it when I see it.

Tomlin Isn’t Buying Flacco Criticism

And I’m not buying that Mike didn’t try to trip Jacoby Jones, so I guess that makes us even.

Ravens Rejuvenated as Yanda & Stanley Return to Practice

The Ravens are desperate for an OL that can keep Joe Flacco clean and keep the footsteps out of his head. Hopefully that starts Sunday.

Is the Ravens-Steelers rivalry still as strong as it used to be?

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RSR/ESR Senior Editor. Derek is originally from and a current resident of Pasadena, MD. He’s a graduate of UMBC and has been a lifelong Baltimore sports fan. In 2007 he founded B’More Birds’ Nest, where he wrote about the Ravens and Orioles before joining RSR in 2012. Derek tells anybody who asks that he has the best job in the world.
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