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Jacksonville beats Baltimore, 12-7 in defensive struggle


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The Jacksonville Jaguars didn’t allow the Baltimore Ravens a first down until the 5:26 mark in the third quarter, and Josh Scobee connected on four field goals for a 12-7 win on Monday Night Football.

The game had a mixture of stout defenses, inept offenses and bad play from both teams.

Baltimore drops to 4-2 on the season.

The Jaguars now 2-5, set a franchise record by allowing only 16 yards in the first half, including  1 yard passing by Joe Flacco, who was under constant pressure all night long.

The Ravens didn’t score a TD until 2:00 minutes were left in the game.


Info courtesy of NFL, Jacksonville Jaguars & Baltimore Ravens

Bulger, former Rams QB retires

Marc Bulger of St. Louis Rams in November 2008 (photo by GMO66 & Blueag9 via wikipedia commons)

It has been reported all over the internet, radio and television today that former St. Louis Rams quarterback Marc Bulger has retired after 11 NFL seasons.

After leaving the Rams after the 2009 season, Bulger spent 2010 with the Baltimore Ravens but did not play.

Bulger played in two Pro Bowls and passed for 22,814 yards, 122 touchdowns and 93 interceptions.


He threw for more than 3,800 yards three times, including a career-best 4,301 in 2006, the only season he played all 16 games.

Bulger was drafted out of West Virginia University by New Orleans in 2000, but never played for the Saints. He did become a star until Mike Martz brought him to the Rams where he eventually replaced Kurt Warner as the starting quarterback.


compiled from staff, Internet, Radio & TV news

Veteran kicker Stover to announce retirement today


Matt Stover of Baltimore Ravens in November 2006 (photo by Keith Alliosn of Baltimore via wikipedia commons)

Matt Stover is expected to announce his retirement this afternoon (Thursday May 26) at the training complex of the Baltimore Ravens.

The 43-year-old Stover, ranks fourth in NFL history with 2,004 points. He made 471 field goals, was successful on 83.7 percent of his attempts, the seventh-best success rate in league history.

Stover signed as a free-agent in 1991 with the Cleveland Browns. He played with the Browns through the 1995 season before leaving when the franchise moved to Baltimore.

He stayed with the Ravens for 13 seasons and finished his 20-year career in 2009 with the Indianapolis Colts.

Stover did not play in the NFL in 2010.


compiled from staff, Radio & TV news

Ravens give John Harbaugh contract extension

John Harbaugh (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

The Baltimore Ravens have rewarded head coach John Harbaugh with a three-year contract extension that will keep him in the Maryland city  through 2014.

Harbaugh has taken the Ravens to the playoffs in each of his three seasons after replacing the controversial Brian Billick in January 2008.

The Ravens are 32-16 in the regular season under Harbaugh and 4-3 in the NFL playoffs.

compiled from Baltimore Ravens news

Steelers beat hapless Carolina Panthers

Ben Roethlisberger (file photo)

The Pittsburgh Steelers moved themselves closer to the AFC North title and a first-round bye for the playoffs, by beating the Carolina Panthers, 27-3.

The 11-4 Steelers can wrap up the division and the bye if it beats Cleveland on January 2.

The 5-9 Browns can end the division race earlier if they can upset the Baltimore Ravens, who are 10-4 this Sunday.

The Carolina Panthers fall to 2-13 and were outgained 408-119 in total yardage.

The Panthers are the only team in the NFL without a win on the road.

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger led the Steelers to a 20-0 halftime lead.

compiled from NFL news

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