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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2012
Carson Palmer is a couple of years older and is no longer throwing to Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh in their prime. But as the Ravens prepare for Sunday's game against Palmer and the Oakland Raiders, the bad memories have come rushing back for some Ravens. "I remember vividly games that I thought we had won and Carson Palmer got into a groove and torched us," Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said. "But he's a really good quarterback and he knows us pretty well, too. So he's going to come planning on having a good game.
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By Matt Vensel | November 11, 2012
In this game-day staple, blogger Matt Vensel makes four sometimes-courageous predictions for the game. All he asks is that you don't hold it against him whenever those predictions end up being embarrassingly wrong. It was a quiet week out at the Castle, likely the calm before the storm of playing the Pittsburgh Steelers twice in three weeks. But first the Ravens have to contend with the Oakland Raiders, who are 3-5 but got one of those wins against the Steelers in Week 3 and also nearly beat the undefeated Atlanta Falcons last month.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,Sun reporter | November 30, 2006
To many sports fans, the idea of rooting for a knee might seem absurd. To the people who loved Julie De Rossi, it makes all the sense in the world. Two years ago, they lost this hard-charging woman who raced cars and loved music. A drunken driver traveling 117 mph on a Houston roadway brought a violent end to her life. But somewhere in this country, De Rossi's liver is keeping someone alive. Elsewhere, her kidneys are doing the same. And in Cincinnati tonight, her Achilles' tendon will support Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer as he faces the Ravens.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 8, 2012
Carson Palmer is a couple of years older and is no longer throwing to Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh in their prime. But as the Ravens prepare for Sunday's game against Palmer and the Oakland Raiders, the bad memories have come rushing back for some Ravens. "I remember vividly games that I thought we had won and Carson Palmer got into a groove and torched us," Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs said. "But he's a really good quarterback and he knows us pretty well, too. So he's going to come planning on having a good game.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2005
Carson Palmer came of age last Dec. 5 in Baltimore when he played a game for the ages. That was the day he authored a shocking comeback to beat the Ravens and give the Cincinnati Bengals a jolt of credibility. The jolt came with the Bengals trailing by 17 in the fourth quarter. Like magic, Palmer threw for 200 of his 382 passing yards -- and three touchdowns -- to nail a 27-26 victory. To top it off, he marched the Bengals 60 yards in eight plays and 102 seconds to the winning field goal.
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October 31, 2005
"I said on the sideline, `This is scary.' Then, when they got the ball again and they get that flag, I'm saying, `We're going into OT.' " Carson Palmer, Bengals quarterback, on watching Brett Favre trying to rally the Packers with a last-minute drive
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December 6, 2004
THE KEY PLAY CARSON PALMER'S 2ND-AND-18 PASS Score: Ravens lead 26-24 Quarter: Fourth Situation: Bengals' ball, second-and-18 at their 26-yard line Play: After being sacked for an 8-yard loss on first down, the Bengals face a second-and-long situation as they try to drive for a game-winning score. Quarterback Carson Palmer (9) is flushed out of the pocket by the rush of Terrell Suggs (55). Palmer rolls to his left and throws down the sideline to a wide-open T.J. Houshmandzadeh (84)
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | October 9, 2009
1 Bengals get dramatic. Cincinnati uses late dramatics again. Carson Palmer has led the Bengals on four scoring drives at the end of the fourth quarter or overtime this season. 2 Red zone 'D' falters. The defense slips up in the red zone. The Ravens allowed three red-zone touchdowns Sunday after giving up just two in their first three games. Cincinnati is tied with the Ravens for the NFL's best offense inside the 20. 3 Beware of turnovers. Turnovers cause trouble again. The Ravens hurt themselves Sunday with a fumble on the opening kickoff and an interception in the red zone.
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By Ken Murray | September 21, 2008
THE TOP FIVE 1 Steelers How long can Ben Roethlisberger's shoulder hold up? 2 Cowboys Imagine the carnage if the Eagles had had a No. 1 receiver Monday. 3 Giants The weight of expectation is off Eli Manning, and it shows. 4 Patriots So much for the foolish notion they would capitulate to the Jets. 5 Packers Aaron Rodgers gets a shot at a signature victory tonight against Dallas. THE BOTTOM FIVE 28 Bengals When Carson Palmer goes bad, this team's in trouble. 29 Dolphins Routed by Arizona: the ultimate reality check.
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October 12, 2009
Ed "Mr. Big Play" Reed made two of them in the second quarter. The first put the Ravens on the board when he came halfway across the field on a dead run to pick off Carson Palmer and return the interception 52 yards for the touchdown, his sixth career interception returned for a score. He has a total of 13 touchdowns in his career. He also punched the ball out of Chad Ochocinco's arm as the wide receiver was running deep in Ravens territory, causing a fumble that was recovered by Domonique Foxworth.
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November 8, 2012
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 27, Raiders 7 This one could get ugly early. The Ravens don't lose at home. Oakland is a lousy team. Plus Raiders' RB Darren McFadden has a high ankle sprain and Oakland's run D made Tampa Bay's Doug Martin (251 yards rushing, four TDs) look like Jim Brown last week. Edward Lee Ravens 34, Raiders 20 I'm buying into the theory that West Coast teams don't fare very well in 1 p.m. games on the East Coast. And we all know how well the Ravens play at home.
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By Matt Vensel | November 7, 2012
Every week, I hope to bring you a quick Q&A with someone who covers the Ravens' opponent that week. On Sunday, the Ravens play the Oakland Raiders at M&T Bank Stadium. Thanks to Jerry McDonald, the Raiders beat writer for the Oakland Tribune and the Bay Area Newspaper Group, for giving us the lowdown this week. MV: I'm not sure how much our readers pay attention to what's going on out in Oakland, but with a new coach, a new general manager, and the late, great Al Davis rocking a white sweat suit up in heaven, how is the Raiders organization different than it was a couple of years ago?
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By Matt Vensel | October 18, 2011
The stalemate in Cincinnati appears to be over. Multiple news outlets are reporting that the Bengals have finally agreed to trade away Pro Bowl quarterback Carson Palmer , who was unofficially retired and officially sick of the Cincinnati circus . The Oakland Raiders, who were stuck with former Ravens whipping boy Kyle Boller as their starter after Jason Campbell shattered his collarbone, will reportedly pay a first-round draft pick...
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | December 30, 2010
1. Ravens can't run against Cincinnati. Ray Rice is hitting his stride, gaining 153 and 92 yards in back-to-back games. But the Bengals haven't allowed a running back to gain over 66 yards rushing the last three games. 2. Carson Palmer has success in the red zone. The Ravens rank seventh in the NFL in red zone defense. But Palmer has thrown 18 touchdowns and two interceptions when inside the opponents' 20-yard line. 3. Ravens overlook Bengals. It would be easy for the Ravens to lose focus against a 4-11 team that's playing without its top two wide receivers ( Terrell Owens and Chad Ochocinco)
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2010
— Middle linebacker Ray Lewis said two questionable penalties cost the Ravens in a 15-10 loss at the Cincinnati Bengals. Lewis was called for tripping quarterback Carson Palmer late in the third quarter, which led to a field goal and a Cincinnati 9-7 lead. Replays showed that Lewis rolled under Palmer after being blocked into him. Then, after the Ravens regained the lead, linebacker Terrell Suggs was flagged for roughing the passer in the fourth quarter, which led to the game-winning field goal.
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By Paul Daugherty and Paul Daugherty,The Cincinnati Enquirer | November 9, 2009
Each week we come to the stadium expecting a leak or a crack or a sign of a relapse, and each week we are wrong. "Same Old Bengals" has assumed such a different meaning, we wonder whether we missed a highway exit and ended up in Pittsburgh. Or, you know, Baltimore. The New Same Old Bengals (NSOBs) play exacting team defense and score when their quarterback believes it's required. The Same Old Bengals were fractured and ego-driven. Even when they were good in 2005, they were immature.
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By KEN MURRAY | November 9, 2009
Quarterback D Joe Flacco's passing numbers suggest a decent effort, but they're deceptive. His receivers were rarely open downfield; he often threw into coverage. Because receivers couldn't get open, he had 13 completions to backs or tight ends. Running backs C Ray Rice was relentless, with 135 of the team's 215 total yards. He had eight catches for 87, and 12 runs for 48. But the Bengals bottled him up for the most part, except for a 35-yard catch-and-run. Le'Ron McClain also had a nifty 19-yard catch-and-run.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | November 8, 2009
Ravens run offense vs. Bengals run defense: Cincinnati is the fifth-ranked run defense, but the Ravens had success against the Bengals in the earlier meeting, averaging 4.6 yards on 18 carries. Ray Rice, whose rushing yards have increased the past two games, gained 69 yards against Cincinnati last month. He has scored three rushing touchdowns in the past two games. The Bengals have allowed two running backs (Pittsburgh's Willie Parker and Cleveland's Jerome Harrison) to gain more than 70 yards.
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