Baltimore Ravens:Some Questions Are Secondary

When Baltimore Ravens safety Michael Huff left the Oakland Raiders in the off-season and signed a three-year six million dollar deal to get out of the black hole in Oakland, he envisioned the opportunity to leave the abyss of the National Football … [Read more...]

Houston Texans Are Flawed, and Super Bowl Contenders

Oh how easy it is to forget about the Houston Texans. Boring quarterback, boring uniforms and a franchise that has only seen two playoff berths in its existence. All the focus is directed at the Patriots, the Broncos, the 49ers, the Seahawks and all … [Read more...]

Championship Aspirations: How the 2013 Chicago Bears Stack Up Against the 2012 Baltimore Ravens

When a team wins the Super Bowl, they are almost always thrust into the spotlight until another champion is crowned. Every team is compared to the Super Bowl Champions to see if they are good enough to stack up with the best of the best. The 2012 … [Read more...]

Ed Reed unsure he’ll be ready for Texans’ opener

PFC Contributor: Dan Turczynski (@DanTurczynski) Ed Reed has started his tenure in Houston on the PUP list due to hip surgery he had back in April. People around the Houston organization, including Reed himself, have no timetable for his return to … [Read more...]

Baltimore Ravens: The Stop Before or After Miami

The reigning Super Bowl Champs, Baltimore Ravens, have a continual connection to the city of Miami and for good reason. There is the latest twitter debate between the Ravens and the Miami Heat regarding the number of fans that came out to celebrate … [Read more...]

Joe Flacco: Face of the Franchise

Limping into the playoffs with a beat-up roster, a deficient pass-rush, and a new coordinator (Jim Caldwell) calling the shots on offense, the Baltimore Ravens seemed destined for an early playoff exit. Enter Ray Lewis with news of his impending … [Read more...]