Baltimore Ravens Top Stories of Week Ten


Nov 2, 2014; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Baltimore Ravens tight end Crockett Gillmore (80) celebrates a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the second half of the game at Heinz Field. The Steelers won the game, 43-23. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

Did that pesky work thing get in the way of football this week?  Have no fear, as we have rounded up all the Baltimore Ravens top stories in one convenient place to get you caught up.  Here is what was making headlines this week in the world of purple and black.

Ravens Need to Get Back to Basics and Eat Humble Pie

After an embarrassing loss on Sunday Night Football in an undisciplined and sloppy performance, it’s clear that the Ravens need to get back to basics.

Baltimore Ravens Top Ten Draft Pick Busts of All Time

Ed counts down the biggest draft misses in Ravens history.  While we have enjoyed mostly success on this front under the guiding hand of GM Ozzie Newsome, there have been some downright bad picks as well.

Highest and Lowest Rated Players of Week Nine

We dive into who helped the Ravens in week 9 and who hurt them.  Some of the names may surprise you.

Is the Secondary Better Following Roster Moves?

The Ravens made a bevy of roster moves this week after getting embarrassed Sunday night.  But are they a better team because of them?

Will Hill, Lardarius Webb on Different Paths

Will Hill has worked his way into a starting job and will hopefully become a difference maker down the stretch.  Meanwhile, former lockdown corner Lardarius Webb has been one of the worst defensive backs in the NFL this season.

A Leakey Secondary Leaves a Sinking Feeling

Ken writes a scathing, in depth piece that analyzes where the Ravens went wrong and why it is hard to imagine that they won’t miss the playoffs for a second consecutive year.

Ravens Best Draft Pick Gems of All Time

Ed follows up his list of draft pick misses with an extensive list of the best later round gems in Ravens history.

Ravens Look to Rebound Against Titans

The Ravens are on a two game skid, but a date at home with a reeling Titans team might just be what the doctor ordered for a turnaround.

Can the Ravens Survive Without Jimmy Smith?

Losing Jimmy Smith for the season could prove to be the nail in the Raven’s 2014 coffin, but don’t count this team out yet.