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By Edward Lee | December 22, 2011
Jimmy Smith encountered the first test of his blossoming career when the Ravens rookie cornerback was targeted often in Sunday night's 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Starting for the injured Lardarius Webb, Smith, the organization's first-round pick in April, was targeted at least five times in the first half by quarterback Philip Rivers, and Smith eventually surrendered a 28-yard touchdown to wide receiver Malcom Floyd in the third quarter. After the game, Smith chalked it up to a learning experience.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2012
RAVENS PASSING GAME: Quarterback Joe Flacco continues to be an enigma away from M&T Bank Stadium. In five road games, he's completed 54.2 percent of his passes for 883 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions. In five games at home, his completion percentage is 66.5 to go along with 1,612 yards, 10 touchdowns and three interceptions. In a loss to the Chargers last year, Flacco threw two interceptions and was sacked seven times. He's turned the ball over just once in his past three games.
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By Sam Farmer, Tribune newspapers | July 25, 2010
Despite regularly getting off to slow starts, the Chargers have won four consecutive AFC West titles. Is this the season that changes? By all indications, the division is tougher, especially now that Oakland has cut ties with quarterback JaMarcus Russell. Denver has blown chances to run away with the division the last two years and is looking to close the deal. The Chiefs are trying to recreate the New England model with several former Patriots fixtures, among them general manager Scott Pioli, offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel.
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November 23, 2012
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 20, Chargers 13 Maybe it's the sunshine. Maybe it's the palm trees. Something comes over the Ravens on these West Coast trips. The Jekyl and Hyde Chargers have lost five of their last six, but still have a shot at the playoffs. This one will be close. And ugly. Edward Lee Chargers 28, Ravens 17 The Chargers may be reeling, but historically, they have feasted on the Ravens in San Diego. Quarterback Philip Rivers is no Byron Leftwich, and he will take advantage of the Ravens' re-tooled secondary to find tight end Antonio Gates and wide receiver Malcom Floyd for big plays.
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By Edward Lee | December 16, 2011
The Ravens enter Sunday night's showdown with the San Diego Chargers as one of the hotter teams in the NFL, having won four consecutive games and six of their last seven. The Ravens have been especially potent in the months of December and January under coach John Harbaugh, compiling a 12-4 record since 2008. San Diego has been even more productive in December and January under coach Norv Turner. The Chargers are 19-2 since 2007. But to Turner, that record means little. “That thing's been overplayed,” Turner said during a conference call with Baltimore media Wednesday.
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By Edward Lee | December 20, 2011
Despite appearing to run and cut well on the injured toe on his left foot, cornerback Lardarius Webb was replaced by rookie Jimmy Smith as a starter in the Ravens' eventual 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Contrary to conventional wisdom, that did not bother Webb, who had been the defense's season-opening starter with Cary Williams. “I think we were just being cautious about it,” said Webb, who leads the team in interceptions with four. “Next week, we're going to see how it works again.
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November 23, 2012
Kevin Cowherd Ravens 20, Chargers 13 Maybe it's the sunshine. Maybe it's the palm trees. Something comes over the Ravens on these West Coast trips. The Jekyl and Hyde Chargers have lost five of their last six, but still have a shot at the playoffs. This one will be close. And ugly. Edward Lee Chargers 28, Ravens 17 The Chargers may be reeling, but historically, they have feasted on the Ravens in San Diego. Quarterback Philip Rivers is no Byron Leftwich, and he will take advantage of the Ravens' re-tooled secondary to find tight end Antonio Gates and wide receiver Malcom Floyd for big plays.
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By MIKE PRESTON | February 2, 2010
There are a number of options the Ravens might pursue to get a No. 1 receiver, but the best way to get a strong return on their investment is to sign the San Diego Chargers' Malcom Floyd. Certainly, there are more popular choices - San Diego's No. 1 receiver Vincent Jackson, the Denver Broncos' Brandon Marshall and the Dallas Cowboys' Miles Austin - but it's unlikely the Ravens will be able to sign any of those three for various reasons. Like Jackson, Marshall and Austin, Floyd is expected to become a restricted free agent if this becomes an uncapped season, which seems likely.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2011
Jimmy Smith's third start of his NFL career was an uneasy one. The Ravens rookie cornerback was tested early and often by the San Diego Chargers in Sunday night's contest at Snapdragon Stadium, which included surrendering a 28-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Malcom Floyd . Confident as always, Smith appeared unshaken. "I've been beat before," he said. "It happens. It's football. I know what happened. It was double moves I got beat on. " Making the start for Lardarius Webb , Smith, the organization's first-round pick in April, was targeted three times by Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on San Diego's first possession of the game.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2012
RAVENS PASSING GAME: Quarterback Joe Flacco continues to be an enigma away from M&T Bank Stadium. In five road games, he's completed 54.2 percent of his passes for 883 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions. In five games at home, his completion percentage is 66.5 to go along with 1,612 yards, 10 touchdowns and three interceptions. In a loss to the Chargers last year, Flacco threw two interceptions and was sacked seven times. He's turned the ball over just once in his past three games.
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By Edward Lee | December 22, 2011
Jimmy Smith encountered the first test of his blossoming career when the Ravens rookie cornerback was targeted often in Sunday night's 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Starting for the injured Lardarius Webb, Smith, the organization's first-round pick in April, was targeted at least five times in the first half by quarterback Philip Rivers, and Smith eventually surrendered a 28-yard touchdown to wide receiver Malcom Floyd in the third quarter. After the game, Smith chalked it up to a learning experience.
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By Edward Lee | December 20, 2011
Despite appearing to run and cut well on the injured toe on his left foot, cornerback Lardarius Webb was replaced by rookie Jimmy Smith as a starter in the Ravens' eventual 34-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers. Contrary to conventional wisdom, that did not bother Webb, who had been the defense's season-opening starter with Cary Williams. “I think we were just being cautious about it,” said Webb, who leads the team in interceptions with four. “Next week, we're going to see how it works again.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2011
Jimmy Smith's third start of his NFL career was an uneasy one. The Ravens rookie cornerback was tested early and often by the San Diego Chargers in Sunday night's contest at Snapdragon Stadium, which included surrendering a 28-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Malcom Floyd . Confident as always, Smith appeared unshaken. "I've been beat before," he said. "It happens. It's football. I know what happened. It was double moves I got beat on. " Making the start for Lardarius Webb , Smith, the organization's first-round pick in April, was targeted three times by Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers on San Diego's first possession of the game.
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By Edward Lee | December 16, 2011
The Ravens enter Sunday night's showdown with the San Diego Chargers as one of the hotter teams in the NFL, having won four consecutive games and six of their last seven. The Ravens have been especially potent in the months of December and January under coach John Harbaugh, compiling a 12-4 record since 2008. San Diego has been even more productive in December and January under coach Norv Turner. The Chargers are 19-2 since 2007. But to Turner, that record means little. “That thing's been overplayed,” Turner said during a conference call with Baltimore media Wednesday.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | December 15, 2011
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith strolled into the locker room this week looking like a man without a concern in the world, right up until the second he realized a reporter was standing in front of his locker, notebook in hand. Smith leaned his head back, sized up his inquisitor, and raised his eyebrows with skepticism. "Ah man, don't tell me you're waiting to talk to me," he said. An uncomfortable silence hung in the air for a few seconds, before Smith smiled to reveal he was joking.
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By Sam Farmer, Tribune newspapers | July 25, 2010
Despite regularly getting off to slow starts, the Chargers have won four consecutive AFC West titles. Is this the season that changes? By all indications, the division is tougher, especially now that Oakland has cut ties with quarterback JaMarcus Russell. Denver has blown chances to run away with the division the last two years and is looking to close the deal. The Chiefs are trying to recreate the New England model with several former Patriots fixtures, among them general manager Scott Pioli, offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | December 15, 2011
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith strolled into the locker room this week looking like a man without a concern in the world, right up until the second he realized a reporter was standing in front of his locker, notebook in hand. Smith leaned his head back, sized up his inquisitor, and raised his eyebrows with skepticism. "Ah man, don't tell me you're waiting to talk to me," he said. An uncomfortable silence hung in the air for a few seconds, before Smith smiled to reveal he was joking.
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Baltimore Sun reporter | December 18, 2011
Chargers 34, Ravens 14 Fourth quarter: 1:55 Baltimore Touchdown - Joe Flacco pass to Torrey Smith for 36 yards. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Chargers 34, Ravens 7 Fourth quarter: 4:28 San Diego Field Goal - 28-yarder by Nick Novak. Chargers 31, Ravens 7 Third quarter: 4:05 San Diego Touchdown - 3-yard run by Ryan Mathews. (Nick Novak extra point is good). Chargers 24, Ravens 7 Third quarter: 10:47 San Diego Touchdown - 28-yard pass from Philip Rivers to Malcom Floyd.
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By MIKE PRESTON | February 2, 2010
There are a number of options the Ravens might pursue to get a No. 1 receiver, but the best way to get a strong return on their investment is to sign the San Diego Chargers' Malcom Floyd. Certainly, there are more popular choices - San Diego's No. 1 receiver Vincent Jackson, the Denver Broncos' Brandon Marshall and the Dallas Cowboys' Miles Austin - but it's unlikely the Ravens will be able to sign any of those three for various reasons. Like Jackson, Marshall and Austin, Floyd is expected to become a restricted free agent if this becomes an uncapped season, which seems likely.
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