January 8, 2013
This feature appears every week on the Baltimore Sports Blitz. It's just like “What They're Saying About the Ravens,” but it includes blogger Matt Vensel saying something about what those people are saying. Got it? --- John Eisenberg of BaltimoreRavens.com said the best moment from Sunday's game was unscripted . “There were several scripted moments that helped make Ray Lewis' final home game memorable, including his impassioned speech to his teammates when they gathered around him after their pregame warm-ups, and of course, the final rendition of his introductory 'Squirrel Dance,' which brought the house down,” wrote Eisenberg.
December 19, 2012
We'll have plenty of time to talk about this in the weeks ahead, but it dawned on me Sunday just how many difficult decisions owner Steve Bisciotti , general manager Ozzie Newsome and the rest of the Ravens' front office will have to make this offseason. Some answers might become self evident over the next several weeks, but right now, the picture is pretty murky. What do they do with Joe Flacco , whose recent troubling play has reignited the debate on whether the Ravens should make a long-term commitment to him as their franchise quarterback?
December 3, 2012
With so many decisions to make and far too many options for everything, I've realized how everyone (and their mom) wants to have an opinion. Whether it's picking a cake vendor, which hotel to book rooms with or who to invite to the wedding, I've heard it all! For example, let me give you a little insight into my day-to-day: "You're going to do chocolate cake, really? Don't you think that's a little heavy to have after dinner? Personally, lemon is the best choice. I mean, who doesn't love lemon!
November 30, 2012
If you are looking for a group of people that have an appreciation and deep love for the beauty of Howard County farmland, you need not look any further than the Mullinix family. I sit with my father on our front porch in Dayton every season as we're both rendered speechless by the beautiful sunset before us. At these moments I can't imagine anyone being so lucky, so fortunate as to enjoy this amazement. From our front porch I sit in awe of property that my family has owned for as long as I have lived.