Baltimore Ravens Top Stories of Week Seven


Oct 19, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith, Sr. (89) signs his jersey after beating the Atlanta Falcons 29-7 at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

Here are all of your Baltimore Ravens top stories from week seven, just in case that pesky “work thing” got in the way of football this week.

Baltimore Ravens Highlights and Lowlights Week Seven

"Welcome to week seven’s edition of our Baltimore Ravens highlights and lowlights. The Ravens recorded another decisive win in week seven, this time over the Atlanta Falcons. Unlike last week’s offensive show, however, this week we have to give the game ball to the defense for another fantastic performance."

Will Hill’s Ravens Debut a Success

"The Ravens knew when they took a chance on Will Hill by signing him to a one year contract that they were potentially getting a talented player at a bargain basement price. They just weren’t sure if he could step on the field after missing the first six games of the season and perform at a reasonable level. On Sunday against the Falcons, he proved that he is not only ready to contribute at a reasonable level, but a high one."

NFL Power Rankings Week Seven, Did the Ravens Run up the Score?

The Baltimore Ravens Linebackers are the Best in the NFL

"The Baltimore Ravens are well known for having a history of outstanding linebacker play. Obviously names like Ray Lewis, Adalius Thomas, Jamie Sharper, Jarret Johnson, Peter Boulware, and Terrell Suggs come to mind. But if we asked you what team had the best linebackers, right now, in the NFL, who would you say?"

Baltimore Ravens Grades for Week Seven

"The Ravens couldn’t have had a much better Sunday in week seven. Not only did they pick up a win against the Atlanta Falcons, but they also got some outside help as the Cincinnati Bengals were shut out by the Indianapolis Colts. That series of events moved the Ravens into first place in the AFC North ahead of their second game against the Bengals in week eight."

Ravens have the NFL’s Stingiest Defense and History on Their Side

"Welcome to Lunchtime Links, where we round up all the latest Ravens news from around the web for your convenient consumption. Today we have the latest grades for week seven, a player that is paying dividends for the team, how the Baltimore Ravens defense is the stingiest in the NFL, and why history is on this team’s side."

Ravens Rankings: Week Seven Update

"We already know that the Ravens are in first place in the AFC North, and at 5-2 have one of the best records in the NFL. Only three teams have a better record (2 of which have already had their bye). But where do the Ravens rank, statistically speaking, in other categories? How about individual performances?"

Ravens Highest and Lowest Rated Players for Week Seven

Ray Rice Files Grievance, Ravens Super Bowl Odds

Kelechi Osemele and Eugene Monroe Return to Practice

Pernell McPhee: NFL’s Most Underrated Player?

Can the Ravens Afford to Keep Pernell McPhee and Jimmy Smith?

NFL Picks for Week Eight, What AFC North Teams are Playoff Bound?

Ravens Pass Rush vs. Bengals Offensive Line: Battle in the Trenches

Ravens at Bengals: Five Questions

Joe Flacco One of NFL’s Most Accurate Deep Passers

Does the NFL Fear Roger Goodell’s Ray Rice Testimony?

Owen Daniels Undergoes Knee Surgery

Bengals Favored Over Ravens

Ravens Linebackers are Best in NFL

Rick Wagner Making Ravens Look Like Geniuses

Replacing Owen Daniels, Crockett Gillmore Ready to Rock