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    BIRDS HOUSE: Prep-work
    December 26, 2012, No comments

    This winter has brought quite a few changes in the American League East, but one team that has mostly stayed the same for better or worse is the Baltimore Orioles. […]

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    BIRDS HOUSE: Flacco’s Fib
    December 19, 2012, No comments

    Joe Flacco: “I don’t think I’m top five, I think I’m the best.” If he’s the best, then why does his 59.1-percent completion rate not even crack the top 20? […]

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    BIRDS HOUSE: Not again..
    December 12, 2012, No comments

    Hmm, let me see. Ravens are ahead late in the game, and then blow the lead. I wonder if I just recycle the article I wrote last week my editor […]

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    BIRDS HOUSE: Rice’s Ball
    December 5, 2012, No comments

    I remember someone saying, “Too much of a good thing can be bad.” Something tells me that person might have been either Cam Cameron or John Harbaugh, because why the […]

  • What is going on with the Ravens?
    December 28, 2011, No comments

    For teams with Super Bowl aspirations, December games are must-wins. It doesn’t have to be pretty through the first 14 or so weeks, just as long as you’re in position […]

  • CB Carr out against Browns
    December 2, 2011, No comments

    OWINGS MILLS — Cornerback Chris Carr will not play Sunday against Cleveland, according to a team source. Carr was ianctive with a back injury last week against San Francisco and […]

  • Suggs has hands full against Joe Thomas
    November 30, 2011, No comments

    OWINGS MILLS — Historically, Terrell Suggs has done well against Cleveland. His 12 career sacks against the Browns are the most Cleveland has ever given up to one player in […]

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    Ravens enter the stretch run
    November 30, 2011, No comments

    Earlier this season, Ravens coach John Harbaugh stressed the importance of his team dealing with both the good and the bad. They’ve surely seen their fair share of of both. […]