Watch the best plays of the Week 17 matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens.
Andy Dalton’s 49 yard TD pass to Tyler Boyd secured the victory. Taking the Ravens out of Playoff contention. 

Bengals 31 

Ravens 27 
The Indianapolis Colts faced off against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 16 of the 2017 NFL season.
Joe Flacco threw for 237 yards and two touchdowns, Justin Tucker kicked three field goals and the Baltimore Ravens moved a step closer to securing a playoff berth.

Ravens 23

Colts 16

Justin Tucker is now the fastest pure kicker in NFL history to reach 800 career points! (95 games)

Justin Tucker gave the Ravens a 3-0 vs the Colts with his 30th successful field goal of the season. Tucker now has 5 seasons with 30+ field goals made, tied with David Akers, John Carney, and Stephen Gostkowski for the most in NFL history.

Check out the best plays from the Baltimore Ravens matchup with the Cleveland Browns from Week 15.
Joe Flacco threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score to beat Cleveland. 

Ravens 27

Browns 10

cicoletti just scored 19,259 points in Frankfurter Fling 2!
The Steelers were up 14-0 but then had to claw their way back from behind in Q4 for a 39-38 win behind a 506-yard, two-touchdown performance by QB Ben Roethlisberger. What a great game!
The Houston Texans took on the Baltimore Ravens in Week 12 of NFL action.
Terrell Suggs led an aggressive defense that kept the Texans from the end zone for the last 51 minutes. 

Ravens 23

Texans 16 
The Baltimore Ravens faced off against the Green Bay Packers in Week 11 of the 2017 NFL season. The Ravens forced five turnovers in their third shutout of the season!

Ravens 23

Packers 0
Check out the best plays the Week 9 matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and the Tennessee Titans.
Marcus Mariota threw for 218 yards and two touchdowns!

Titans 23

Ravens 20
The Miami Dolphins (tried to) take on the Baltimore Ravens in Week 8 of NFL action. 

The Ravens shut them down. 

Ravens 40

Dolphins 0
Watch highlights of the Baltimore Ravens vs the Minnesota Vikings from Week 7.
Latavius Murray rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown and Kai Forbath kicked six field goals.

Vikings 24 

Ravens 16
If you had these three kickers to choose from who would you start? Bench? Trade?

A) Stephen Gostkowski

B) Justin Tucker

C) Matt Bryant
Watch the highlights from the Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins from the second week of the preseason.
It wasn't much of a battle, but it is still just the preseason...

Ravens  31

Dolphins 7 
The Washington Redskins got creamed by Baltimore Ravens in Week 1 of the preseason. 

Hopefully, the Washington team was just a little rusty. We don't like to see anyone lose that hard! 

Redskins 3
Ravens 23
Ike and MJD bring you the top 3 celebrations from week 12!

Which is your favorite celebration?!
Baltimore kicker Justin Tucker converted all four field-goal attempts in the Ravens victory over the Bengals!
What a game to start the weekend! Justin Tucker was able to kick the Baltimore Ravens to a 23-20 victory in a game that was filled with a lot of amazing plays.
The Cleveland Browns welcomed in the Baltimore Ravens for an AFC North showdown. Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco led the team down the field for Justin Tucker to hit a game-winning field goal. Ravens win 23-21.
Last year the Kansas City Chiefs won their first nine games after having the worst season in franchise history the previous year. The Chiefs were the main example for an improving team, but they were not the only team to significantly improve. San Diego, Carolina, and New Orleans all had their teams reach the playoffs after missing the postseason the previous year. Here are a few teams that could take a big step forward.

1. New York Giants- The Giants have been up and down for the past 10 years, but last year was the worst season in the stretch. The team lost its first six games and finished the season 7-9. Quarterback and two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning threw 27 interceptions, most in the NFL, and only 18 touchdowns. That should change this year. After the woeful start, the Giants went 7-3 in their last ten games to close out the year. Manning will now have a dynamic rookie to throw to in Odell Beckham and Rueben Randle has potential as a starter. The offensive line, one of the worst in the NFL last year, added center Weston Richberg in the draft and guard Geoff Schwartz in free agency and the running game now has Rashad Jennings. The defense was solid last year after they traded for linebacker Jon Beason and the secondary is improved with the acquisitions of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Walter Thurmond. Justin Tuck left, but if Jason Pierre-Paul stays healthy the pass rush could be scary. It also helps that the Giants are in the NFC East and have the pieces to run away with the division.

2. Pittsburgh Steelers- Like the Giants, Pittsburgh started last season poorly, losing their first four games. But in the second half of the season, the Steelers went 6-2 and were a San Diego loss away from making the postseason. The defense has improved with the additions of rookies Ryan Shazier and Stephon Tuitt and veteran safety Mike Mitchell, and several young players could break out. If Jarvis Jones and Jason Worilds improve, the pass rush could be one of the best in the league. The linebacking core of Jones, Worilds, Shazier, and Lawrence Timmons is the strength of the defense and shows how the team is getting younger and faster. On offense, LeVeon Bell could emerge as a top running back. After his injury in the beginning of the season, Bell did very well and could be the center of the offense this year. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is still one of the best in the league and has a great receiver in Antonio Brown, who had 1,499 receiving yards last year. Look for the Steelers to contend for the AFC North and make the playoffs.

3. Baltimore Ravens- John Harbaugh and Joe Flacco both missed the playoffs for the first time in their professional careers after making the playoffs five times. Flacco gets some of the blame after throwing a career-high in interceptions, but plenty of other units get some of the blame. Ray Rice, usually one of the best runners in the NFL, had a terrible season, partly because the offensive line was awful. But there is a good chance of significant improvement. The offensive line was improved, meaning the running game should be better, and Steve Smith, the best player in franchise history for the Panthers, was added to make the receiving group more dangerous. Dennis Pitta, Flacco's favorite target, is now healthy and should have 700 yards and 5 touchdowns. The defense also has potential. The unit has gotten a lot younger and has rookie C.J. Mosley, Matt Elam, and Jimmy Smith complementing Terrell Suggs, Elvis Dumervil, and Haloti Ngata. The special teams unit is arguably the best in the league, with Pro Bowl kicker Justin Tucker, punter Sam Koch, and electric returner Jacoby Jones.

4. Houston Texans- In 2013, the Texans won their first two games... and then lost their next 14 games. The team got a lot better this off-season, especially the pick of Jadeveon Clowney and hiring of head coach Bill O'Brien. Clowney and former Defensive Player of the Year J.J. Watt could be the best pass rushing duo ever and will definitely be scaring quarterbacks for the next 10 years. O'Brien will improve the offense and needs to choose between veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick, backup Case Keenum, and rookie Tom Savage for the starting quarterback job. Ben Tate left, but Arian Foster used to be one of the best running backs in the league. Andre Johnson, the best player in the history of the Texans, is in a contract dispute but should come back and can be one of the most consistent receivers in the league. Houston has been injury-plagued and Foster and linebacker Brian Cushing will need to stay healthy for the team to contend. But thanks to the hirings of O'Brien and defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel and an extremely easy division, the Texans will have a bounce back year and could go to the playoffs.

5. Chicago Bears- For the majority of the 21st century, the Chicago Bears have been a defense-first team. But after Lovie Smith was fired, the focus switched. The team hired offensive guru Marc Trestman to improve their traditionally mediocre offense and it worked immediately. Matt Forte and Brandon Marshall had great years and Alshon Jeffery emerged as one of the elite wide receivers. And all of that was with a career backup, Josh McCown, at starting quarterback for most of the year, and now Jay Cutler is back from injury. The team was one win away from the playoffs last year and could win their division with their stellar receiver combination. The problem, surprisingly, is the defense, which was injury-prone for most of the Year and was near the bottom of the league in multiple statistical categories. The Bears did get help in the pass rush with the additions of Lamarr Houston and Jared Allen and the team has multiple young players who could emerge. Chicago has not lived up to expectations in recent years, but if they can dodge the injury bug they could win their division and make the playoffs.
Poll. Which is the better NFL Pro Bowl Squad?

The first ever fantasy-style draft was held to determine the rosters of the two teams playing in this year's NFL Pro Bowl game.   NFL legends Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders served as the captains and took turns choosing players for each squad.




Take a look at the two teams below and let us know which team you think has the best chance of winning on Sunday.



QB Drew Brees, Saints

QB Philip Rivers, Chargers

QB Alex Smith, Chiefs

WR Josh Gordon, Browns

WR Alshon Jeffery, Bears

WR Brandon Marshall, Bears

WR Larry Fitzgerald, Cardinals

TE Jimmy Graham, Saints

TE Tony Gonzalez, Falcons

RB LeSean McCoy, Eagles

RB DeMarco Murray, Cowboys

RB Matt Forte, Bears

FB Mike Tolbert, Panthers

T Joe Thomas, Browns

T Tyron Smith, Cowboys

T Jordan Gross, Panthers

G Jahri Evans, Saints

G Ben Grubbs, Saints

G Evan Mathis, Eagles

C Ryan Kalil, Panthers

C Nick Mangold, Jets 

DE Robert Quinn, Rams

DE Cameron Jordan, Saints

DE Cameron Wake, Dolphins

DT Jason Hatcher, Cowboys

DT Marcell Dareus, Bills

DT Kyle Williams, Bills

OLB Justin Houston, Chiefs

OLB Robert Mathis, Colts

OLB John Abraham, Cardinals

ILB Vontaze Burfict, Bengals

ILB Derrick Johnson, Chiefs

CB Joe Haden, Browns

CB Brandon Flowers, Chiefs

CB Antonio Cromartie, Jets

CB Alterraun Verner, Titans

S Eric Reid, 49ers

S Jairus Byrd, Bills

S Antrel Rolle, Giants 

ST Justin Bethel, Cardinals

PR Dexter McCluster, Chiefs

K Stephen Gostkowski, Patriots

P Johnny Hekker, Rams

LS Matt Overton, Colts

QB Andrew Luck, Colts

QB Cam Newton, Panthers

QB Nick Foles, Eagles

WR A.J. Green, Bengals

WR Dez Bryant, Cowboys

WR Antonio Brown, Steelers

WR DeSean Jackson, Eagles

TE Jason Witten, Cowboys

RB Jamaal Charles, Chiefs

RB Eddie Lacy, Packers

FB Marcel Reece, Raiders

T Trent Williams, Redskins

T Duane Brown, Texans

T Branden Albert, Chiefs

G Marshal Yanda, Ravens

G Logan Mankins, Patriots

G Kyle Long, Bears

C Mike Pouncey, Dolphins

C Alex Mack, Browns

DE J.J. Watt, Texans

DE Greg Hardy, Panthers

DE Mario Williams, Bills

DT Ndamukong Suh, Lions

DT Gerald McCoy, Buccaneers

DT Dontari Poe, Chiefs

OLB Brian Orakpo, Redskins

OLB Tamba Hali, Chiefs

OLB Terrell Suggs, Ravens

ILB Luke Kuechly, Panthers

ILB Paul Posluszny, Jaguars

CB Patrick Peterson, Cardinals

CB Darrelle Revis, Buccaneers

CB Brent Grimes, Dolphins

CB Tim Jennings, Bears

S Eric Berry, Chiefs

S Eric Weddle, Chiefs

S T.J. Ward, Browns

ST Matthew Slater, Patriots

PR Cordarrelle Patterson, Vikings

K Justin Tucker, Ravens

P Brandon Fields, Dolphins

LS J.J. Jansen, Panthers




Don’t miss the  NFL Pro Bowl this Sunday at 7:30PM ET on NBC.


  A Super Bowl repeat is a long show, but as the Ravens learned last year, nothing can stop a team of destiny.   Early in the season, it seemed that the Ravens were destined for a high draft slot and no playoff berth. Late last season, most people thought that the Ravens would be a one-and-done in the playoffs. Baltimore finished that year, helped by a few amazing and unbelievable plays, with a Super Bowl victory.   And now, in 2013, the Ravens have had another improbable run that


A Super Bowl repeat is a long show, but as the Ravens learned last year, nothing can stop a team of destiny.


Early in the season, it seemed that the Ravens were destined for a high draft slot and no playoff berth. Late last season, most people thought that the Ravens would be a one-and-done in the playoffs. Baltimore finished that year, helped by a few amazing and unbelievable plays, with a Super Bowl victory.


And now, in 2013, the Ravens have had another improbable run that could bring them to the postseason for the 6th time in John Harbaugh's 6 year career. The Lions-Ravens game was just another chapter in this Baltimore winning streak that could end up in history next to the Super Bowl run of 2012.

Like most of the Ravens' last couple games, there were playoff implications for both teams. The Detroit Lions, who had the NFC North division lead, needed a win to stay atop their division and in the crowded NFC playoff picture. Baltimore, on the other hand, was fighting for the 6th AFC playoff spot and could be virtually eliminated with a loss. The Lions, with unstoppable star wide receiver Calvin "Megatron" Johnson, were the favorites, with most people thinking that the league's best receiver would beat up the Ravens secondary and his defender, 3rd year corner Jimmy Smith.

The game started out very close and low-scoring, and at the end of the 1st half the Ravens were up 9-7. Neither team did well offensively, most obviously the Lions. In the 3rd quarter, the teams exchanged field goals and Baltimore kicker Justin Tucker nailed another early in the 4th quarter to put the Ravens up 15-10. The events that happened next are unparalleled by any other game in NFL history.

Matthew Stafford, the Lions' star quarterback, threw a touchdown pass to undrafted rookie Joseph Fauria to put Detroit on top 16-15 with just over 2 minutes left in the game. After stopping the Lions on the 2 point attempt, Baltimore's offense drove down the field with their playoff hopes on the line. Joe Flacco and the offense was only able to advance the football to around midfield, and Justin Tucker was sent on the field to try his 6th field goal of the night, a 62 yard field goal that would be the 4th longest field goal in NFL history. The kick was perfect, and the football barely got in the bottom right corner of the goalpost.

Justin Tucker was the star of the night, kicking a field goal from 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60 yards, a first in NFL history. He also set franchise records for the Ravens in his historic performance. Calvin Johnson, on the other hand, was the scapegoat. He was held to 98 yards and no touchdowns against Jimmy Smith, and uncharacteristically had two drops in key situations for Detroit.

Few teams have done what the 2012 Ravens accomplished- a winning streak with many unbelievable finishes. Though a lot less stronger, the 2013 Ravens are proving that last year's run was not a fluke, and it will be interesting to see what damage they can do in the playoff picture. The Lions game proved that Baltimore is a tough team to beat, but the battle against New England is an even bigger and more important test to see if the Ravens are contenders. A Super Bowl repeat is a long shot, but as the Ravens learned last year, nothing can stop a team of destiny.



NFLRUSH Kid Reporter

RT @ESPNJMac: Justin Tucker has made FGs of yardages in the 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s in tonight's game. 248 yards of field goals.
Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker connects on a 61-yard field goal to beat the Detroit Lions, 18-16.

Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker connects on a 61-yard field goal to beat the Detroit Lions, 18-16.

Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker was a perfect 6-for-6 in a 18-16 win over the Detroit Lions, including a 61-yard game-winning field goal.


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