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The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2013
A collection of what other media outlets are saying as the Ravens prepare to play against the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. * NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal critiques Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco's play this season . Joe Flacco forever changed how he'll be viewed last February in New Orleans. But he still hasn't climbed the final mountain for NFL quarterback greatness: He can't play at a high level for 16 games. * Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com takes a look at the Ravens and their chances of making the playoffs . This is why it's difficult to think the Ravens can get everything back on track simply because they've done so in the past.
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By Jennifer Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2013
Prior to being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2006, Koch played in his native Nebraska at University of Nebraska, where he earned a degree in business administration. He and his wife, Nikki, live in Westminster with their three sons, Ryan, 15, Braxtyn, 9, and Kamdyn, 7. The couple will welcome a daughter this fall. Along with his thoughts on youth football and fatherhood, Koch says that, yes, everyone in his family has one of No. 4's signature “Punters are people too” T-shirts.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | October 26, 2013
Baltimore and its environs are home to plenty of animals that are at least as compelling as a months-old panda. Sure, there was plenty of wailing and gnashing of teeth when Washington's National Zoo, blaming the government shutdown, was forced to turn off the camera it has trained on its resident giant pandas, Mei Xiang and her 2-month-old cub. Thank goodness the Panda Cam is back on. But Baltimoreans, for one, should have been able to take...
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
Growing up as a mixed-race kid in Chicago and in his father's native Nigeria, where he really stood out, Brendon Ayanbadejo became attuned to issues of identity from a very young age. By his midteens, while living with his family in a dorm for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students at the University of California, Santa Cruz - his step-father was the dorm's headmaster - he thought no differently about LGBT people than he did straight people....
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | October 21, 2013
Edward "Eddie" Dopkin, whose business acumen and knack for building relationships fueled a long career in Baltimore's restaurant and catering industries, died on Saturday at Sinai Hospital from complications associated with a form of leukemia. The resident of Keswick was 61. Mr. Dopkin was the founder and owner of the popular North Baltimore brunch destination Miss Shirley's, one of five restaurants that he operated in the Keswick and Evergreen neighborhoods along Cold Spring Lane.
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By Richard Gorelick and Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | October 20, 2013
Edward "Eddie" Dopkin, the popular restaurateur who founded and owned Miss Shirley's and co-owned the Classic Catering People, died Saturday at age 61. Dopkin's dining successes and relationships within the community earned praise Saturday from Baltimoreans who patronized his establishments and who, like the Baltimore Ravens organization, relied on his family's Owings Mills-based catering company. "My heart aches at hearing the news of Eddie Dopkin's passing," Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said in a statement to The Baltimore Sun. "He has been a constant fixture in the restaurant and catering community of Baltimore for many years and his commitment to the City was unwavering.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2013
The Fox telecast of the Baltimore Ravens' loss Sunday was far from perfect, but what a vast improvement over any coverage provided this season by CBS Sports. I am sure some fans are going to insist Fox analyst Daryl Johnston doesn't like the Ravens, or somehow “has it in” for them. But what a relief it was to hear someone call out Ravens coach John Harbaugh for his bad decisions Sunday. Johnston, who seemed about 10,000 times more focused in his thinking and crisp in his analysis than Dan Fouts or Dan Dierdorf has even been for CBS, laid the wood to Harbaugh's first-half miscues both at the time they were made and at the end of the game.
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By Mike Vandermause and Green Bay Press-Gazette | October 11, 2013
The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens face an uphill struggle to repeat last year's success if recent history is any indication. The last team to win back-to-back Super Bowl titles was the New England Patriots in 2003 and 2004, and it's been eight years since a reigning champion won a playoff game the next season. The Green Bay Packers, who play at Baltimore on Sunday, know a little something about the challenges that follow a championship. The Packers won the Super Bowl three years ago and the next season lost in their playoff-opening divisional game against the New York Giants.
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