1. Analyzing the Baltimore Ravens' 2009 Schedule with Expectations

    Week 1 - Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens (1:00, CBS) The Baltimore Ravens open their season at home against a Kansas City Chiefs team that certainly improved this offseason, adding Matt Cassel, Monty Beisel, Bobby Engram, and Tyson Jackson...

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  2. The 2000 Baltimore Ravens: My Favorite Team

    s"Welcome to Memorial Stadium. The old girl is back in town! Yes, it's been since December of 1983 that a Baltimore team has played pro fooball here." Those were the words uttered by Ravens announcers when the team first came to Baltimore in 1996...

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  3. Ravens: Profiling The 2009 Coaching Staff

    Last year, the Baltimore Ravens proved they were a well-coached team. Head coach John Harbaugh led the team to a solid 11-5 record and AFC Championship Game appearance. Let's profile that coaching staff, shall we? Head coach John Harbaugh: On Jan...

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  4. Michael Oher: Potential Interview Questions

    Rookie offensive tackle (pictured, No. 74) comes into camp expected to be a mainstay on the Ravens' offensive line. For years, the Ravens had Jonathan Ogden lining up at left tackle, and he was dominant for so many years...

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  5. Baltimore Ravens: Positional Battles That Could Shape 2009 Season

    Going into an NFL season, there are always positional battles, as every year, teams, contending or not, have questions to be answered...

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  6. Baltimore Ravens: An Extremely Premature Preview

    2009 Baltimore Ravens Preview Prediction: 11-5 (Second AFC North) Head coach: John Harbaugh (Second year) Offense QB Joe Flacco: At 24, he has one of the brightest futures for any quarterback in the NFL...

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  7. Orioles: Let's Stop Eating Pie Right Now, Shall We?

    Like fellow Orioles fan/writer Lawrence Barreca said, the Felix Pie experiment is coming to an end in Baltimore, luckily for us Oriole fans...

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  8. Isaac's MLB Power Rankings: April

    30. Washington Nationals The Washington Nationals showed their true, weak colors in April, going 5-16. But they have a surprisingly good offense. Ryan Zimmerman continues to crush the ball, hitting ...

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  9. Eagles and Ravens Prove Losing Key Players Early Means Nothing

    Brian Dawkins (pictured) has been an emotional leader throughout the years for the Philadelphia Eagles. In my honest opinion, he's a future Hall of Famer. What he means to the Philadelphia Eagles as a franchise can't be measured...

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  10. Overall, a Successful Day One for Oz and the Baltimore Ravens

    Today, the first two rounds of the NFL Draft took place. It was a very exciting draft, to say the least. Darrius Heyward-Bey was, shockingly enough, taken seventh overall, quite a reach for him...

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  11. 2009 NFL Draft: Baltimore Ravens Looking at All Options for Depth

    On Saturday at 4:00 PM, the 2009 NFL Draft will take place in New York City. Their are some interesting possibilites for multiple teams, one of which being the Baltimore Ravens...

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  12. Why the Detroit Lions Should Select Aaron Curry, Not Matt Stafford

    There is a lot of hype around the No. 1 selection on Saturday's 2009 NFL Draft. The expected pick is Georgia quarterback Matt Stafford. For Georgia in 2008, he threw for 3,459 yards, 25 touchdowns and ten interceptions...

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  13. Why Larry English Could Be an Ideal Fit With the Baltimore Ravens

    Going into the 2009 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens are in need of a big play wide receiver, a young tight end, a linebacker, and a kicker...

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  14. Ravens: Regardless of Potential Trade, Ravens Are A Better Team

    There is a lot of hoopla in an NFL offseason. In the 2009 offseason, divas like Jay Cutler (Chicago) and Terrell Owens (Buffalo) found new homes...

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  15. Eight Days Away: Isaac's First Round Mock 2.0

    1. Detroit Lions (0-16) - Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia. Now that the Jay Cutler saga is over and the quarterback didn't find himself in Detroit, the Lions need a franchise quarterback...

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  16. Analyzing the Baltimore Orioles' Future Pitching Situation

    Looking up and down the Baltimore Orioles minor league system, it looks like the O's have a very bright future ahead of them...

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  17. Adam Jones: The Reason the Mariners Can't Win the Erik Bedard Trade

    "His pitch selection is so much better. His knowledge of the strike zone is so much better. That is very difficult to improve for a young player, but he has great hand-eye coordination. And he is a great athlete...

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  18. The Ultimate List: The Top 10 Football Players of All Time

    The National Football League has a very rich history. In football, there were some dominant offensive players, like Johnny Unitas (pictured), Jim Brown, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Don Hutson ...

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  19. Baltimore Orioles 2009 Season Preview: A Team in Transition

    Isaac Barrow is an editor and columnist for Sports Guys Blog. Today, I attended FanFest located at Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore. There, Orioles players - current and past - signed autographs for thousands of O's fans...

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  20. Daisuke Matsuzaka: The Most Overrated Player in Baseball

    Let's just clear the air. I have NO issue with Daisuke Matsuzaka. I've been a member of Bleacher Report for a year, and it has been a very enjoyable experience...

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  21. One Week 'Til Opening Day: Preseason Power Rankings

    30. Washington Nationals: Outfielder Elijah Dukes is primed for a breakout, possibly even 25 home runs, but it won't be near enough for the Nats. They have no pitching depth, as John Lannan, who was 9-15 in 2008, will be the Opening Day starter...

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  22. Nick Markakis: The Most Underrated Player In Baseball

    A short while ago, I was reading an article by fellow Bleacher Report writer Cody Swartz claiming Chase Utley is an all-around player and plays the game the way it should be played. I agree wholeheartedly with that statement...

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  23. Straight Aces: Ranking the Top 30 Aces in Baseball

    By Isaac Barrow In baseball, pitching is everything. Every year, we see good offensive teams like the Texas Rangers fall because of zero pitching depth. The No. 1 pitcher is obviously the most glorified...

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  24. Orioles Top 10 Prospects: Making the Comparisons

    The Baseball America Prospect Handbook is a book I take very seriously. Every year, I buy it to see who the Orioles Top 30 Prospects are and what the experts think of them. This year was the most encouraging...

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  25. Wanna Hear Two Baltimore Sports Nuts?

    Lawrence Barreca and I are community leaders on Bleacher. I live in Maryland. He lives in Louisiana. So how do we communicate? We run a show called "Baltimore Sports Analysis" on BlogTalkRadio...

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