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Slips, Drops and INTs Cost Ravens in Loss to 49ers

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Photo: Sabrina Moran/Pressbox

Halloween may be approaching, but each week of this lost Baltimore Ravens’ season is starting to feel like the movie “Groundhog Day.”

It’s not just because the same things keep happening, but because the team’s hole is getting deeper and deeper.

The Ravens Are Officially the Worst They’ve Ever Been

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Yesterday, the Baltimore Ravens lost to the Cleveland Browns in a heartbreaker of an overtime loss. 

Ravens’ Running Game Comes to Life in First Win

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Joe Flacco (Pressbox: Sabrina Moran)
Joe Flacco (Pressbox: Sabrina Moran)

Even at 0-3, the Ravens had a vision.

In their sights were the Pittsburgh Steelers, and their mission became clear.

Win this game against their AFC North rivals, and they would avoid an almost unbearable four-game losing streak, one that would surely end their season just as October began.

Ravens Are As Bad as 0-3 Record Sounds

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Photo Credit: Sabina Moran/PressBox
Photo Credit: Sabina Moran/PressBox

by Glenn Clark/Pressbox

It’s as bad as you think it is. In fact, it’s probably worse.

The Baltimore Ravens are 0-3, and someone you know will remind you this week that they’ve been in all three of their games and have had the ball late with a chance to win in at least two of them (technically all three, but the Oakland game would have required a miracle).

Ravens Still Seeking Identity After Dropping First 2 Games

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Photo: Sabina Moran/PressBox
Photo: Sabina Moran/PressBox

by Glenn Clark/Pressbox

During Week Two of the NFL season, Mr. Carlos Hyde of the San Francisco 49ers appeared to be far more of a Jekyll.

He was far from the only player, coach or team to face an identity crisis, however. In a league entangled by parity, it’s not remotely surprising that the sweeping generalizations we used to describe a Week One performance did not remotely hold up for even seven days. 

Governor Hogan Continues War on Baltimore By Sporting Redskins Gear

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There’s been talk about whether Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is engaging in a war on Baltimore by instituting policies that favor nearly every part of the state… except its most populous city. Now Hogan has gone ahead and made it clear that he truly doesn’t care what Baltimore thinks–by proudly flaunting Redskins gear at a Redskins game.

2015 Baltimore Ravens Predictions: Local Media Personalities Weigh In

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Photo by Sabrina Moran/PressBox
Photo by Sabrina Moran/PressBox

Pressbox – How many games will the Baltimore Ravens win in 2015? Will they make the postseason? And who will be the team’s breakout star?

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