Baltimore Ravens: Super Bowl or Bust?


Oct 12, 2014; Tampa, FL, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receivers Torrey Smith (left) and Steve Smith (89) celebrate a touchdown in the first half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

Welcome to Lunchtime Links, where we round up all the latest Baltimore Ravens news from around the web for your convenient consumption.  Today we find out that at least one Ravens player thinks this season is Super Bowl or bust, round up the week’s hottest stories, and discuss the latest Will Hill speculation and roster moves.

Baltimore Ravens: Super Bowl or Bust?

"After a big turnaround week for Torrey Smith and his season, he explains what success means in the NFL.Smith also explains what the Maryland area means to him as a player and more."

This Week in Ravens Stories

"GO BOLD!Some of our staff predictions admittedly have been pretty whack! Some of you have said we’re homers…well at least one of you always says so. Do you think these BOLD PREDICTIONS are any better this week? Can you handle the truth?BACK TO THE FUTUREThe last time the Falcons visited Baltimore for a non-fake game was back on November 19, 2006, a game the Steve McNair led Ravens won 24-10. Here’s a look back at Aaron Wilson’s recap of the day, one during which the slowest player on the field sacked the fastest. Can you guess which is which?"

Jimmy Smith Was 13 When He Found Out He Would Be an NFL Cornerback

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"When Jimmy Smith was 13 years old, his older brother, Ryan Smalls, told him he would be a first-round draft pick and NFL cornerback one day.“It’s funny but I believed it,” said Smith, who never had played until his brother took him to an open field near their Oklahoma home and challenged Smith to stay in front of him. “I don’t know why I did. But I promise you, he said it, so I believed it.”"

How Will the Ravens use Will Hill Against the Falcons?

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