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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | October 20, 2013
Terrell Suggs didn't want to hear about how the Ravens were still right in the thick of the AFC North race or about how they still had nine games remaining and a bye week to make much-needed corrections. After watching the defense he leads let Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger drive down the field in the final two minutes and set up Shaun Suisham's 42-yard field goal as time expired, Suggs wasn't in the mood to mince words. He used the words “sick” and “disgusting” to describe Sunday's 19-16 loss the Steelers before an announced 62,295 at Heinz Field and he acknowledged that he's very concerned with what has become of the Ravens' 2013 season.
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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | October 20, 2013
Terrell Suggs didn't want to hear about how the Ravens were still right in the thick of the AFC North race or about how they still had nine games remaining and a bye week to make much-needed corrections. After watching the defense he leads let Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger drive down the field in the final two minutes and set up Shaun Suisham's 42-yard field goal as time expired, Suggs wasn't in the mood to mince words. He used the words “sick” and “disgusting” to describe Sunday's 19-16 loss the Steelers before an announced 62,295 at Heinz Field and he acknowledged that he's very concerned with what has become of the Ravens' 2013 season.
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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2012
It wasn't simply the disgust of watching the Pittsburgh Steelers, their most hated rival, come to their stadium and revive their season while temporarily delaying the Ravens' bid to clinch a playoff spot. That surely hurt but it was the manner in which it happened and what it means going forward that left the Ravens quietly trudging out of their locker room Sunday night, some shell-shocked and searching for answers, others proclaiming that they had just beaten themselves. In a season where the Ravens have consistently found ways to win, regardless of how much they struggled and how bleak things looked, they discovered a deflating way to lose.
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By Edward Lee | December 3, 2012
In the first meeting between the Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ravens escaped with a 13-10 win on the strength of a 63-yard punt return for a touchdown by Jacoby Jones in the first quarter. Keeping Jones' prowess on returns - he leads the NFL in kick return touchdowns with three this season - in mind, the Steelers did their best to limit Jones' opportunities in their 23-20 win against the Ravens Sunday. Jones returned three kicks for a total of 74 yards, but he didn't get past the Ravens' 26-yard line.
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Baltimore Sun reporter | November 6, 2011
Ravens 23, Steelers 20 Fourth quarter: 0:08 Baltimore Touchdown - Joe Flacco pass to Torrey Smith for 26 yards. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Steelers 20, Ravens 16 Fourth quarter: 4:59 Pittsburgh Touchdown - Ben Roethlisberger pass to Mike Wallace for 25 yards. (Shaun Suisham extra point is good). Ravens 16, Steelers 13 Fourth quarter: 14:32 Pittsburgh Touchdown - 1-yard run by Rashard Mendenhall. (Shaun Suisham extra point is good)
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By Edward Lee | November 7, 2011
The Ravens' game-winning heroics in their 23-20 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers might not have occurred if not for a questionable decision by the home team Sunday night. On the Steelers' penultimate possession of the game, the team sent out its field-goal unit on fourth down-and-5 at the Ravens' 29-yard line with 2:37 left in the fourth quarter. But Pittsburgh allowed the play clock to run out, drawing a delay-of-game penalty and pushing kicker Shaun Suisham out of his comfort zone.
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By Edward Lee | December 3, 2012
In the first meeting between the Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ravens escaped with a 13-10 win on the strength of a 63-yard punt return for a touchdown by Jacoby Jones in the first quarter. Keeping Jones' prowess on returns - he leads the NFL in kick return touchdowns with three this season - in mind, the Steelers did their best to limit Jones' opportunities in their 23-20 win against the Ravens Sunday. Jones returned three kicks for a total of 74 yards, but he didn't get past the Ravens' 26-yard line.
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By From Sun news services | December 9, 2009
The chip-shot miss against the New Orleans Saints has cost Washington Redskins kicker Shaun Suisham his job. Suisham, the most accurate kicker in franchise history, was cut Tuesday by the Redskins, who replaced him with Graham Gano , who lost a preseason kicking contest in the Ravens' camp with since-released Steve Hauschka . Suisham made his first 13 field-goal attempts this season but had vital misses from 39 and 50...
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By Sam Farmer Inside the NFL | December 27, 2009
Brian Dawkins needs no introduction in Philadelphia. But he's getting one anyway. At the request of the Broncos, Dawkins and the rest of the Denver defense will be introduced individually before Sunday's game at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles complied, honoring the wish of Dawkins, a seven-time Pro Bowl safety who's among the most popular players in Eagles history. Dawkins signed with the Broncos in February after 13 seasons with the Eagles during which he broke Harold Carmichael's club record of 180 games played.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2012
As Charlie Batch stood at a podium in a sweat-soaked black T-shirt Sunday night, he took in the scene after quarterbacking the Pittsburgh Steelers past the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. The third-string quarterback, who will celebrate his 38th birthday Wednesday, might not be needed to make another start in his NFL career. But if that is the case, he will have fond memories of his final start. Filling in for Steelers quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich, who are out with injuries but are expected to return as early as next weekend, Batch completed 25 of 36 passes for 276 yards, one touchdown and one interception as the Steelers rallied from 10 points down to beat the Ravens, 23-20.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2012
As Charlie Batch stood at a podium in a sweat-soaked black T-shirt Sunday night, he took in the scene after quarterbacking the Pittsburgh Steelers past the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. The third-string quarterback, who will celebrate his 38th birthday Wednesday, might not be needed to make another start in his NFL career. But if that is the case, he will have fond memories of his final start. Filling in for Steelers quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich, who are out with injuries but are expected to return as early as next weekend, Batch completed 25 of 36 passes for 276 yards, one touchdown and one interception as the Steelers rallied from 10 points down to beat the Ravens, 23-20.
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Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2012
It wasn't simply the disgust of watching the Pittsburgh Steelers, their most hated rival, come to their stadium and revive their season while temporarily delaying the Ravens' bid to clinch a playoff spot. That surely hurt but it was the manner in which it happened and what it means going forward that left the Ravens quietly trudging out of their locker room Sunday night, some shell-shocked and searching for answers, others proclaiming that they had just beaten themselves. In a season where the Ravens have consistently found ways to win, regardless of how much they struggled and how bleak things looked, they discovered a deflating way to lose.
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By Edward Lee | November 7, 2011
The Ravens' game-winning heroics in their 23-20 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers might not have occurred if not for a questionable decision by the home team Sunday night. On the Steelers' penultimate possession of the game, the team sent out its field-goal unit on fourth down-and-5 at the Ravens' 29-yard line with 2:37 left in the fourth quarter. But Pittsburgh allowed the play clock to run out, drawing a delay-of-game penalty and pushing kicker Shaun Suisham out of his comfort zone.
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Baltimore Sun reporter | November 6, 2011
Ravens 23, Steelers 20 Fourth quarter: 0:08 Baltimore Touchdown - Joe Flacco pass to Torrey Smith for 26 yards. (Billy Cundiff extra point is good). Steelers 20, Ravens 16 Fourth quarter: 4:59 Pittsburgh Touchdown - Ben Roethlisberger pass to Mike Wallace for 25 yards. (Shaun Suisham extra point is good). Ravens 16, Steelers 13 Fourth quarter: 14:32 Pittsburgh Touchdown - 1-yard run by Rashard Mendenhall. (Shaun Suisham extra point is good)
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg, The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2011
Shaun Suisham is just about the polar opposite of former Steelers kicker Jeff Reed . He's quiet, he's humble, he's Canadian, he's never been photographed shirtless and intoxicated in public, and he seems like an unlikely candidate to rip his own fans and his own field if something goes wrong. He's also been virtually automatic on field goals this year (14 of 15) ever since the Steelers decided to cut Reed in November. Reed had been with the team for eight years, but wore out his welcome in Pittsburgh with some of his wacky antics off the field and his inconsistency on it. He was, however, with the Steelers for two Super Bowl runs.
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November 28, 2010
Minnesota 17, Washington 13 Landover, MD (Sports Network) - Rookie Toby Gerhart and Adrian Peterson each scored a touchdown on the ground, as the Minnesota Vikings held off the Washington Redskins, 17-13, in Leslie Frazier's debut as head coach. The Vikings, who lost to the Saints in the NFC championship game last season, got off to a 3-7 start this year. That led to Minnesota's firing of Brad Childress on Monday. Frazier, who was the defensive coordinator, was promoted to interim head coach.
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2010
Survival proved to be a pressure-filled prelude to the Ravens' most eagerly awaited game of the season. After the Pittsburgh Steelers' overtime win in Buffalo, the Ravens needed to scratch out a 17-10 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before a once-again-nervous crowd of 70,989 at M&T Bank Stadium. After the Buccaneers had closed to within a touchdown, the Ravens ran out the final 3:05 of the game despite having left tackle Michael Oher and fullback Le'Ron McClain out with injuries.
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November 28, 2010
Minnesota 17, Washington 13 Landover, MD (Sports Network) - Rookie Toby Gerhart and Adrian Peterson each scored a touchdown on the ground, as the Minnesota Vikings held off the Washington Redskins, 17-13, in Leslie Frazier's debut as head coach. The Vikings, who lost to the Saints in the NFC championship game last season, got off to a 3-7 start this year. That led to Minnesota's firing of Brad Childress on Monday. Frazier, who was the defensive coordinator, was promoted to interim head coach.
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2010
Survival proved to be a pressure-filled prelude to the Ravens' most eagerly awaited game of the season. After the Pittsburgh Steelers' overtime win in Buffalo, the Ravens needed to scratch out a 17-10 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before a once-again-nervous crowd of 70,989 at M&T Bank Stadium. After the Buccaneers had closed to within a touchdown, the Ravens ran out the final 3:05 of the game despite having left tackle Michael Oher and fullback Le'Ron McClain out with injuries.
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By Sam Farmer Inside the NFL | December 27, 2009
Brian Dawkins needs no introduction in Philadelphia. But he's getting one anyway. At the request of the Broncos, Dawkins and the rest of the Denver defense will be introduced individually before Sunday's game at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles complied, honoring the wish of Dawkins, a seven-time Pro Bowl safety who's among the most popular players in Eagles history. Dawkins signed with the Broncos in February after 13 seasons with the Eagles during which he broke Harold Carmichael's club record of 180 games played.
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