The Ravens and Texans matchup in Week 2 was a game in which Baltimore mostly played on the ground. However, the offense was able to get the passing game going in spurts throughout the contest. L...
by: Neil Dutton — USA Today: Ravens Wire 22 Sep
It was another impressive showing by the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday as they took down the Houston Texans 33-16 to improve to 2-0 on the season. The Ravens’ offense took everything the Texans&…
by: Justin Boone — The Score 22 Sep
Find positional rankings, additional analysis, and subscribe to push notifications in the NFL Fantasy News section.Every Monday during the season, theScore's Justin Boone runs down the recommended waiver wire pickups.Rostered percentages are based...
by: Joe Schiller — NFL: Baltimore Ravens 21 Sep
Ravens overtake Chiefs as betting favorites to win Super Bowl LV. L.J. Fort continues to be an underrated defensive contributor. Hype for the Ravens and Chiefs matchup is already building.
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by: Aaron Kasinitz | — Penn Live 21 Sep
Plus, the Ravens reel back on the usage of some rookies.
by: Mike Preston — The Baltimore Sun 21 Sep
Every team in the NFL has one or two weaknesses, and the Ravens have their own, especially in the middle of their offensive line. But few teams are as balanced as the Ravens.
by: Aaron Kasinitz — Penn Live 20 Sep
The Baltimore Ravens (1-0) play at the Houston Texans (0-1) in Week 2.
by: Darin McCann — Fansided: The Ebony Bird 19 Sep
To defeat the Houston Texans this week, the Baltimore Ravens must control the deep passing game and keep hold of the ball offensively. No, last year's game...
by: Kevin Oestreicher — USA Today: Ravens Wire 19 Sep
The Baltimore Ravens started the 2020 season off strong as they dismantled the Cleveland Browns, 38-6. Baltimore will look to continue their fast start when they travel to take on the Houston Texan…
by: Matthew Stevens — USA Today: Ravens Wire 18 Sep
The Baltimore Ravens will look to create a winning streak with a Week 2 victory over the Houston Texans. It also marks their first road game, their first of two trips to Texas, and their second-lon…
by: Daniel Oyefusi — The Baltimore Sun 18 Sep
Tyre Phillips, a third-round pick in April’s draft, who was given the first opportunity to replace future Hall of Famer Marshal Yanda at right guard. It culminated an uncanny journey that even Phillips didn’t foresee.