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2018 Schedule
4-5, 3rd in AFC North
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22hFrancis Okupa, Special to KweséESPN

'Play Vicious': Peanut's guide to playing linebacker

Ravens linebacker Patrick Onwuasor, originally undrafted and now in his third NFL season, is a rising star at the position for the Baltimore Ravens. But why's he called Peanut?

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3dAdam Schefter

Sources: Ravens still uncertain on Flacco's hip

The Baltimore Ravens still are awaiting answers from doctors on how much time, if any, quarterback Joe Flacco will miss with a hip injury that left him walking around last week with crutches, sources tell ESPN.

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8dJamison Hensley

Amid turmoil, Ravens won't practice during bye

Ravens coach John Harbaugh is not having his team practice during the bye week in an effort "to get off our feet and get our legs back" amid a three-game losing streak.

9d

Barnwell Show: Panthers, Ravens, & Patriots-Packers

Bill is joined by Vince Verhei of Football Outsiders to discuss Rams-Saints (1:29), the success of the Panthers this season (18:50), the sense of urgency that the Ravens should have regarding Joe Flacco (28:57) and more. Plus, Doug Kyed of NESN stops by to break down what he saw in the Patriots' victory over the Packers on Sunday Night Football (47:28).

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Ravens, missing Ronnie Stanley and James Hurst, recorded a season-low pass block win rate of 28% in their loss to the Steelers today. Entering this week the Ravens had a PBWR of 58%, the sixth-best rate in the league. (ESPN pass rush metrics use NFL Next Gen Stats)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Following a loss to the Ravens in Week 4, the Steelers were 1-2-1 and had just a 23% chance to make the playoffs, per FPI. After avenging that loss in a win today (and improving their record to 5-2-1), our live projections now give the Steelers an 88% chance to reach the postseason. (Note: live projections don't include changes to FPI ratings based on today's games).

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh isn't concerned about his job security after Baltimore's third straight loss. "I've never been somebody that ever worried about keeping a job. It's always been, for me, dealing with a job," he said "I feel really good about the way this team has been coached for the last years and for the last number of weeks we've been in this season. No regrets. Never been any regrets here with me. We'll keep fighting."

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10dJamison Hensley

Harbaugh not fretting job after 3rd straight loss

Coach John Harbaugh isn't acting worried about the potential end of his 11-year run with the Ravens, who fell to 4-5 following a loss to the Steelers on Sunday.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens watch their chances of winning the AFC North diminish significantly with a 23-16 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Baltimore's third straight loss drops the Ravens to 4-5 and three games back of Pittsburgh in the loss column. The Ravens offense squandered too many chances in the red zone, and the NFL's top-ranked defense couldn't stop the Steelers on third down (10-fo-16). Baltimore will enter the bye week with questions about John Harbaugh's future.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens aren't making the critical plays in a a pressure-filled game against the Steelers. Joe Flacco isn't hitting open receivers in the red zone, forcing the Ravens to settle for field goals. The NFL's top-ranked offense can't stop the Steelers inside the 20, giving up touchdowns on both red-zone series. The Ravens trail, 14-6, at halftime and need to go against history to deliver a comeback. Baltimore is 14-47 (.229) under coach John Harbaugh when losing at halftime.

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

The Baltimore Ravens are 7-1 ATS in their past eight meetings with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Baltimore is currently a 1.5-point favorite.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens inactives vs. Steelers: RB Ty Montgomery, OTs Ronnie Stanley (ankle) and James Hurst (back), LB Tim Williams, TE Maxx Williams, WR Jordan Lasley and QB Robert Griffin III.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

In the biggest NFL decisions at this point at Caesars Palace books in Nevada, the bookmaker is rooting for the Browns, Lions and Ravens.

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12dJamison Hensley

Ravens minus both OTs for Steelers showdown

Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) and right tackle James Hurst (back) were declared out Friday after not practicing all week.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive coordinator Wink Martindale believes Ravens are just as good without Le'Veon Bell

Team Stats

Passing Yards273.99th
Rushing Yards92.727th
Points For23.717th
Points Against17.82nd