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January 7, 2002
Records:Ravens 9-6; Vikings 5-10. Line:Ravens by 10. Vs. spread:Vikings 6-9; Ravens 7-7. Series:Vikings lead 1-0. Last meeting: Vikings won, 38-28, on Dec. 13, 1998, at Baltimore. Quick hits: This is the Ravens' first Monday Night Football home game. ... The Ravens have outscored foes 112-61 in the fourth quarter. ... In seven MNF games, the Vikings' Randy Moss has 39 catches for 863 yards. Injuries VIKINGS: Out: QB Daunte Culpepper (knee). Doubtful: FB Jim Kleinsasser (ankle). Questionable: QB Todd Bouman (thumb)
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By Edward Lee | edward.lee@baltsun.com | December 14, 2009
The Ravens' defense provided the message early - and often. The Detroit Lions' first three possessions ended after they failed to convert two third-and-1 and one third-and-2 situations in the first quarter, and those plays set the tone for the defense, which helped power the Ravens to a 48-3 thumping of the Lions on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. The defense limited Detroit to 229 yards of offense and 13 first downs - both of which were the second-worst totals of the season - and wunderkind Calvin Johnson caught just four passes for 37 yards.
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By Comments by John Altavilla and Comments by John Altavilla,Hartford Courant | November 28, 2004
Rankings are a compilation of opinions of eight NFL writers from Tribune Publishing papers across the country (last week's ranking in parentheses): 1. Steelers (1) "Immaculate Perception" persists. 2. Patriots (2) Enjoy Charlie Weis while he's still there. 3. Eagles (3) Terrell Owens signature bath towels on QVC. 4. Colts (4) What did you expect, Eli Manning? 5. Falcons (5) Arthur Blank asks Michael Vick to run ... Home Depot. 6. Ravens (6) Kyle Boller-to-Darnell Dinkins not exactly Johnny Unitas-to-Raymond Berry.
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By From Sun news services | November 8, 2008
Less than one day after clearing waivers, cornerback DeAngelo Hall agreed yesterday to a one-year contract with the Washington Redskins. Hall should suit up for Washington's next game, on Nov. 16 against the Dallas Cowboys. The Redskins, who have had injury problems in the secondary, have a bye this week. Hall was released by Oakland this week after playing eight games with the Raiders. Oakland acquired Hall in the offseason for two draft picks, then signed him to a seven-year, $70 million contract.
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January 6, 2001
Time: 12:30 p.m., chs. 45, 5. Line: Vikings by 8 1/2 . Vs. spread: Saints 10-7; Vikings 8-8. Vs. common opponents: Saints 5-2; Vikings 6-1. Series: Vikings lead 15-6. Last meeting: Vikings won, 31-24, on Nov. 8, 1998, at Minnesota. Postseason records: Saints 1-4; Vikings 16-22. Outlook: The Vikings are tough to beat at home. They play on a fast surface, the fans are extremely loud, and the offense usually gets on a roll early. The Saints have a superb defense, ranked third in the NFC, and DT La'Roi Glover, who led the league with 17 sacks, will cause the Vikings some headaches.
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By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2002
For the first time in a while, the Ravens should have their full arsenal of running backs heading into Monday night's showdown against the Minnesota Vikings. Jason Brookins is expected to play and will take his first meaningful practice snaps with the offense today after missing four games with a broken bone in his right foot. Brookins practiced last week but was inactive for Saturday night's loss at Tampa Bay. The Ravens will work him into the game plan during practice the next three days.
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By COMMENTS BY JAMISON HENSLEY | November 18, 2007
1. Patriots Fresh off the bye, New England is 16-point favorite at Buffalo. Still take the Pats. 2. Cowboys The class of the "other" conference, Dallas has beaten NFC opponents by an average margin of 14.8 points. 3. Packers Have gone from 4-12 to 8-1 in two seasons. Amazing. 4. Colts Losing Dwight Freeney will really hurt them in the playoffs. 5. Steelers Pittsburgh leads the league in four defensive categories: overall defense, rushing, passing and scoring. 6. Giants No shame in losing to Dallas.
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By From Sun news services | November 8, 2008
Less than one day after clearing waivers, cornerback DeAngelo Hall agreed yesterday to a one-year contract with the Washington Redskins. Hall should suit up for Washington's next game, on Nov. 16 against the Dallas Cowboys. The Redskins, who have had injury problems in the secondary, have a bye this week. Hall was released by Oakland this week after playing eight games with the Raiders. Oakland acquired Hall in the offseason for two draft picks, then signed him to a seven-year, $70 million contract.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | March 18, 2006
While many NFL teams made a decision at quarterback this week, the Ravens have to make up their mind on theirs: Either wait another month for Steve McNair or begin to pursue Kerry Collins and Brian Griese. According to a league source, the Ravens have discussed the possibility of not adding a veteran quarterback until after the NFL draft, which is the earliest the Tennessee Titans would consider cutting McNair. Unlike Collins or Griese - who would compete against Kyle Boller in training camp - McNair would likely be the undisputed starter if he joined the Ravens.
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By Dave Alexander | September 16, 2004
Editor's Note: This fantasy football column will appear Thursdays on the Web site throughout the NFL regular season. The NFL went Old School in Week 1 to the disgust of plenty of fantasy owners. Emmitt Smith ran like the Emmitt Smith of old, while Deuce McAllister looked more like the Emmitt Smith of new. Up-and-comers Michael Vick, Trent Green and Matt Hasselbeck weren't as good as down-and-on-their-way-outers Vinny Testaverde and Rich Gannon. Running backs Curtis Martin, Jerome Bettis and Warrick Dunn were among the biggest surprises.
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By COMMENTS BY JAMISON HENSLEY | November 18, 2007
1. Patriots Fresh off the bye, New England is 16-point favorite at Buffalo. Still take the Pats. 2. Cowboys The class of the "other" conference, Dallas has beaten NFC opponents by an average margin of 14.8 points. 3. Packers Have gone from 4-12 to 8-1 in two seasons. Amazing. 4. Colts Losing Dwight Freeney will really hurt them in the playoffs. 5. Steelers Pittsburgh leads the league in four defensive categories: overall defense, rushing, passing and scoring. 6. Giants No shame in losing to Dallas.
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | April 18, 2007
Even before it was mercifully put to rest in 2004, I never believed, not for a minute, in the Curse of the Bambino. It was, in my opinion, a lame excuse that people trotted out when they attempted to rationalize or ignore the bad decisions made by countless Boston Red Sox teams. That's true for the Chicago Cubs, as well. Curses, whether they're named after a billy goat or a man wearing headphones and a hoodie named Bartman, are a cop-out. In sports, people choose their own destiny. Nothing is predetermined.
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By JAMISON HENSLEY and JAMISON HENSLEY,SUN REPORTER | March 18, 2006
While many NFL teams made a decision at quarterback this week, the Ravens have to make up their mind on theirs: Either wait another month for Steve McNair or begin to pursue Kerry Collins and Brian Griese. According to a league source, the Ravens have discussed the possibility of not adding a veteran quarterback until after the NFL draft, which is the earliest the Tennessee Titans would consider cutting McNair. Unlike Collins or Griese - who would compete against Kyle Boller in training camp - McNair would likely be the undisputed starter if he joined the Ravens.
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By TRIBUNE PUBLISHING NFL REPORTERS; THIS WEEK'S COMMENTS BY CHRIS HARRY, ORLANDO SENTINEL | November 13, 2005
(Last week's ranking in parentheses): 1. Colts (1) Huge mental hurdle cleared Monday in Foxborough. 2. Broncos (2) Somehow winning without Maurice Clarett. 3. Steelers (3) Charlie Batch era begins -- and needs to end quickly. 4. Panthers (7) Emerging as class of the NFC, as they should. 5. Falcons (5) Michael Vick can pass from the pocket. Just ask him. 6. Giants (4) Should surpass last year's win total today. 7. Bengals (6) Closing in on first playoff berth since 1990. 8. Seahawks (9)
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By Dave Alexander | September 16, 2004
Editor's Note: This fantasy football column will appear Thursdays on the Web site throughout the NFL regular season. The NFL went Old School in Week 1 to the disgust of plenty of fantasy owners. Emmitt Smith ran like the Emmitt Smith of old, while Deuce McAllister looked more like the Emmitt Smith of new. Up-and-comers Michael Vick, Trent Green and Matt Hasselbeck weren't as good as down-and-on-their-way-outers Vinny Testaverde and Rich Gannon. Running backs Curtis Martin, Jerome Bettis and Warrick Dunn were among the biggest surprises.
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By Alex Marvez and Alex Marvez,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 22, 2002
MINNEAPOLIS - They have the NFL's rushing leader, the front-runner for Defensive Player of the Year and four other Pro Bowl selections. And the Miami Dolphins still might not make the playoffs. The late-season swoon that has haunted this franchise for the past six seasons returned with a vengeance yesterday in a 20-17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings at the Metrodome. Vikings kicker Gary Anderson's 53-yard field goal with 17 seconds remaining ended any realistic hopes the Dolphins (9-6)
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By KEVIN VAN VALKENBURG | April 18, 2007
Even before it was mercifully put to rest in 2004, I never believed, not for a minute, in the Curse of the Bambino. It was, in my opinion, a lame excuse that people trotted out when they attempted to rationalize or ignore the bad decisions made by countless Boston Red Sox teams. That's true for the Chicago Cubs, as well. Curses, whether they're named after a billy goat or a man wearing headphones and a hoodie named Bartman, are a cop-out. In sports, people choose their own destiny. Nothing is predetermined.
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January 7, 2002
Records:Ravens 9-6; Vikings 5-10. Line:Ravens by 10. Vs. spread:Vikings 6-9; Ravens 7-7. Series:Vikings lead 1-0. Last meeting: Vikings won, 38-28, on Dec. 13, 1998, at Baltimore. Quick hits: This is the Ravens' first Monday Night Football home game. ... The Ravens have outscored foes 112-61 in the fourth quarter. ... In seven MNF games, the Vikings' Randy Moss has 39 catches for 863 yards. Injuries VIKINGS: Out: QB Daunte Culpepper (knee). Doubtful: FB Jim Kleinsasser (ankle). Questionable: QB Todd Bouman (thumb)
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