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Baltimore Beatdown Oct 10, 2017
Mike Wallace has displayed his old form over the last two weeks.

Mike Wallace has displayed his old form over the last two weeks.

After a slow start, the speedster is gaining momentum In 2015, Mike Wallace was released by the Minnesota Vikings and faced a crossroads. The Baltimore Ravens took a chance on the speedy wideout, and signed him to a 2-year, $11.5 million contract, and Wallace would respond in a big way in 2016. He finished the season with 72 receptions, 1,017 yards, and 4 touchdowns, having his best season since his days in Pittsburgh. This season, however, he started out rather differently. The first three games against the Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, and Jacksonville Jaguars, he was only able to...
Baltimore Beatdown Oct 10, 2017
Best Ravens quotes following their Week 5 victory

Best Ravens quotes following their Week 5 victory

Smiles all around after the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Raiders in Oakland. Through five weeks of regular season action, the Ravens winning formula has become crystal clear - establish an early lead by throwing to the wideouts, let an aggressive defense force takeaways and salt the game away with a commitment to the run. Week 5 was a momentous victory for Baltimore. Veteran receiver Mike Wallace was basking his the glow of his 133-yard afternoon during his postgame interview: “It was exciting to get the offense going. We have been starting slow the last couple weeks.”“I’ve been...
Baltimore Beatdown Oct 9, 2017
Ravens coaching staff earns redemption in Oakland

Ravens coaching staff earns redemption in Oakland

Entering Week 5 in Oakland, the Baltimore Ravens had lost seven of their last twelve road games. Sure, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr was sidelined, but Baltimore was missing six starters of their own for this AFC showdown. On Sunday afternoon, John Harbaugh’s squad again proved their resiliency, as smart play calling propelled the Ravens to a crucial 30-17 AFC road victory. . On the first offensive play, coordinator Marty Mornhinweg dialed up a deep shot to Mike Wallace down the sideline that was made possible by Nick Boyle and Austin Howard’s double team blocking on stud pass rusher...
Baltimore Beatdown Oct 9, 2017
Alex Collins and Javorius Allen pick up the running game for the injured Terrance West

Alex Collins and Javorius Allen pick up the running game for the injured Terrance West

Collins and Buck were key in the win The Baltimore Ravens team that showed up in Oakland was the same unit that started the season 2-0. It was much needed. Baltimore’s offense was balanced and effective, and a big part of that was the play from the running backs. The Ravens started quickly. On the first play of the game, Joe Flacco connected with Mike Wallace for 52 yards. Terrance West run for 13 yards two plays later, however, he would go down with a calf injury. West was ruled out for the remainder of the game. The Ravens would score, but the team would have to pick up the slack...
Steelers Depot Oct 9, 2017

Mike Wallace Finally Helps Spark Anemic Ravens Offense

On the same afternoon on which it seemed that the Pittsburgh Steelers’ passing offense had fallen apart, that of the Baltimore Ravens’ finally showed some signs of life, and that was particularly prevalent due to the sudden presence of the previously missing deep passing game from quarterback Joe Flacco. It... The post Mike Wallace Finally Helps Spark Anemic Ravens Offense appeared first on Steelers Depot by Matthew Marczi. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Baltimore Beatdown Oct 8, 2017
Ravens vs. Raiders: 1 MVP, 9 Winners, and 1 Loser

Ravens vs. Raiders: 1 MVP, 9 Winners, and 1 Loser

Today’s game featured a Baltimore Raven squad with balance on offense and defense. Highlights were produced on both ends, and the game was exciting until the end. MVP: Joe Flacco I debated a few players here, but ultimately, the franchise quarterback receives this award. From the first play of the game in which he delivered a strike to Mike Wallace, I felt confident in the Ravens quarterback. In fact, he delivered maybe the best highlight of the game! Joe Flacco won this game, and made plays when called upon. Winners: Ronnie Stanley — Singling him out, because the man played some...
Baltimore Beatdown Oct 8, 2017
Ravens-Raiders week five game recap and highlights

Ravens-Raiders week five game recap and highlights

The Ravens headed to Oakland in week five to face the Raiders. Below is a quick recap of the game: First Quarter: The Ravens started out on offense. On the very first play, Joe Flacco aired it out deep to Mike Wallace for a 52-yard gain. Terrance West is helped off the field and carted to the locker room. The Ravens cap this drive off with a two-yard touchdown by Vince Mayle. Overall, it was a five-play, 75-yard drive for the Ravens. That's how we like to start a game. #RavensFlock pic.twitter.com/gwswVo6qzi— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) October 8, 2017 TD Ravens. ...
Baltimore Beatdown Oct 8, 2017
Ravens vs. Raiders: 3 Offensive Keys to Victory

Ravens vs. Raiders: 3 Offensive Keys to Victory

A struggling offense against a team with questionable defenders; hopefully the Ravens can solve their offensive woes against another struggling team. Score points Though I can’t say it on here as Chip Kelly said it (NSFW Language), my hope here is the Ravens score points. No other plan about it. Get somebody’s behind in the endzone, with the football. Whether it be a receiver, tight end, tailback or even Joe himself, get in the doggone endzone and let’s all cheer for touchdowns. Catch the Football Last week, my mantra of ‘Get Open’ started working. Mike Wallace found a deep route,...
Baltimore Beatdown Oct 1, 2017
Ravens QB Joe Flacco, “I sucked. It wasn’t good”

Ravens QB Joe Flacco, “I sucked. It wasn’t good”

In week four, the Ravens hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers. Baltimore lost 26-9, and the offense struggled. The group was unable to extend drives, create holes for Alex Collins or Terrance West and they were unable to protect Joe Flacco. After the game, Flacco said, “I sucked. It wasn’t good”. Flacco: "i sucked. It wasn't good."— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) October 1, 2017 This is an interesting quote from the Ravens franchise quarterback. He struggled in this one, but Flacco was not getting any sort of help. Several times his receivers dropped the ball. Mike Wallace dropped a...
Baltimore Beatdown Oct 1, 2017
Ravens vs. Steelers Postgame: MVP, 3 Winners & 4 Losers

Ravens vs. Steelers Postgame: MVP, 3 Winners & 4 Losers

MVP — Alex Collins The Ravens needed somebody to step up. After a terrible first half of football, including an Alex Collins fumble, the tailback ran his way out of the doghouse. Collins hit a fifty-yard run which sprung about a Raven touchdown. A stellar game for the back as he finishes with nine carries for 82 yards, fifty of them on a single run. Winners: Mike Wallace — Finally, the wide receiver found some openings. It has taken four games, but he notched six catches for 55 yards and a sweet touchdown. Ben Watson — Multiple catches today where Ben was hit and in tight coverage,...
Steelers Depot Oct 1, 2017

Mike Wallace Focused On Ravens’ Rebound: ‘It’s Not About Pittsburgh’

It was the Pittsburgh Steelers who first saw some special potential in Mike Wallace in 2009 when they used a third-round draft pick on the unpolished speedster that year. He spent the first four years of his career catching touchdowns for the team, even making the Pro Bowl and helping... The post Mike Wallace Focused On Ravens’ Rebound: ‘It’s Not About Pittsburgh’ appeared first on Steelers Depot by Matthew Marczi. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Baltimore Beatdown Sep 27, 2017
Film Breakdown: The Mike Wallace saga

Film Breakdown: The Mike Wallace saga

Mike Wallace has had an extremely slow start to the 2017 season. Through three games, Wallace has three receptions for 21 yards, according to ESPN. Below is a quick recap of his season, thus far ... Week 1: Joe Flacco had great protection and elected to throw it short. However, Mike Wallace was going to be open in about one second. The Bengals defender took a poor angle and Wallace could have scored a touchdown. This is another poor decision from Flacco. Wallace was not wide open but he was in single coverage. Breshad Perriman was covered and the safety was on his side to help. Wallace...
Baltimore Beatdown Sep 26, 2017
Amidst a broken offensive line, Ravens receivers are nowhere to be found

Amidst a broken offensive line, Ravens receivers are nowhere to be found

The offensive line for the Baltimore Ravens is bad. After four lost guards to season-ending injuries and retirement, it’s bleak. The Jacksonville Jaguars proved this with their defense pressuring Flacco on 13 of 29 passes. Matchup: #jaguars D vs #ravens O pic.twitter.com/cdUEFSAl7b— PFF JAX Jaguars (@PFF_Jaguars) September 24, 2017 But even with such injuries and issues, the Ravens wideouts haven’t performed anywhere near expectation. They have not helped their team. Current Stats: Jeremy Maclin: 7 catches | 95 yards | 2 TD Mike Wallace: 3 catches | 21 yards | 0 TD Breshad...
Baltimore Beatdown Sep 24, 2017
Week three Ravens-Jaguars game recap, highlights, final takeaways and more

Week three Ravens-Jaguars game recap, highlights, final takeaways and more

The Ravens first ever game in London is finally here. Below is a quick recap of Baltimore’s week three matchup against the Jaguars: First Half: The Jaguars opening kick sailed out of bounds, which gave Baltimore great field position to start the game. The Ravens started on their own 40-yard line. Mike Wallace takes the end-around for a five-yard gain. On second-down, Joe Flacco’s pass is incomplete. On third-down, Flacco is sacked by Dante Fowler Jr, resulting in a Ravens punt. A short punt by Sam Koch and Jacksonville will start on their own 37-yard line. On second-down, Blake Bortles...
Baltimore Beatdown Sep 24, 2017
Ravens kneel in light of Donald Trump’s recent comments

Ravens kneel in light of Donald Trump’s recent comments

After Donald Trump called players who knelt in protest, “sons of b*tches”, nearly half the Ravens team knelt today. Trump: NFL owners should fire players who protest the national anthem; if fans leave the stadium, "things will stop" https://t.co/e7545e5ENi pic.twitter.com/PVND504XEQ— CNN (@CNN) September 23, 2017 Among the Ravens kneeling down: Mike Wallace, Tony Jefferson, CJ Mosley, Terrell Suggs, Matt Judon, Carl Davis, Marlon Humphrey, Tim Williams and multiple others. Another addition to the protest, Ray Lewis. The future Hall of Famer and Raven legend was found with the...

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