Wednesday, December 7, 2022
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Breaking news to Baltimore about glories of modern-day Indy & Jim Irsay isn’t easy

Did the Mayflowers bring May flowers from Baltimore to Indy? Nestor Aparicio wrote this blog in February 2012 and still believes most of it...

Brandon Stokley comes home to Baltimore to discuss Ravens travels to Denver and Bridgewater

Brandon Stokley comes home to Baltimore to discuss Ravens travels to Denver and Bridgewater

Brandon Stokley: Broncos have a chance to prove undefeated stock against a contender this week

Former Ravens Super Bowl XXXV champion wide receiver Brandon Stokley now does sports radio in Denver. He comes home to Baltimore to discuss how Teddy Bridgewater has led the Broncos to an undefeated 3-0 start.

How does Tom Brady keep doing this?

Author Gary Myers joins Nestor to discuss how Tom Brady keeps doing this

Blame the Mayans? The purple sky is falling in Baltimore…

It's time for Flacco & Harbaugh to earn the big bucks...

Don’t ask…just click! Very, very funny…

I'm not one for cartoons, jokes, chain letters or general web stuff that I refer to as "spam." (And for the 1000th time, NO, I don't want to play Mafia Wars with you on Facebook! Stop sending me that...

So lemme guess: you skipped the Pro Bowl again?

I spent the afternoon yesterday at Sylvia’s house in Parkville watching the Pro Bowl, eating chicken wings and pizza and drinking Miller Lite. Honestly, I’m glad we did make a date to watch the game with her many Ravens...

Miami Strategy

Watching the Colts and the Falcons get eliminated last night brings to focus the reality of today's "do or die" game here in Miami against the Dolphins. It also will revisit the overtime argument about possession and coin flips...

Beating the Giants would make Ravens a legit force in AFC

As I wake this morning the Baltimore Ravens – and, yes, they used the word “Baltimore” before it was “comprehensive branding effort” – are 6-3 and could be in sole possession of first place in the AFC North if...
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Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 19: Longboard Cafe and Sinepuxent in Ocean City on MaCO guest day at beach

Day 20 of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour sent us back to the beach and a day of MaCO Conference and chats with politicians and leaders in Ocean City. Our crab cake at Longboard Cafe honored our pal Batman and we got wet with a local at Sinepuxent just over the Assawoman Bridge.

The realities of the initial crush of mobile sports wagering in Maryland

John Martin of Maryland Lottery joins Nestor to discuss the financial realities of first days of mobile sports wagering

Ravens can’t rush return of Lamar Jackson for season’s final stretch

A more traditional pocket passer returning at less than 100% is much different than Jackson trying to play at less than full strength

Maryland Crab Cake (and Brewery) Tour Day 18: Suicide Bridge perfection and RAR in Cambridge

The eighteenth day of the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Goodwill, Window Nation and the Restaurant Association of Maryland featured a westbound trip from Ocean City back to Baltimore with a stop at legendary Suicide Bridge Restaurant and RAR in downtown Cambridge.

Twelve Ravens Thoughts following Week 13 win over Denver

The decision to have wide receiver James Proche throw a pass in the fourth quarter was universally panned.

Harbaugh describes Jackson as “week to week” with knee injury, “less likely” to play in Pittsburgh

The Ravens head coach didn't officially rule out his injured star quarterback for Sunday's clash with the Steelers.

Pittsburgh and Cleveland and Cincinnati: All in the way, again

Luke Jones and Nestor attempt to navigate the sticky holiday road through the AFC North to playoffs for the gimpy, scrappy Ravens. Plus, some enthusiasm for the surging Terps basketball program under Kevin Willard and Orioles search for more pitching at MLB Winter Meetings.

Doing just enough to win

Luke Jones and Nestor discuss offense of Greg Roman and passing game of Tyler Huntley after the narrow Broncos win. And of course, the James Proche pass from inside field goal range.
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