Pittsburgh has a strong offensive attack, but does it really feature the 'best back in the league'? One Baltimore coach thinks so.
Despite a 20-13 to the Colts last week, the Ravens left Indianapolis encouraged by the progress of cornerback Lardarius Webb, who for the first time all season got extended playing time and looked
CSN's Brent Harris sat down with Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees to preview their game against the Colts. How will he try to shut down Andrew Luck and the prolific Colts offense?
It isn’t a huge secret that Dean Pees defensive unit has long used the mantra of being a “bend but don’t break” style of defense.
What does Ravens defensive coordinator, Dean Pees, think of Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer? Well, he wouldn't call him a game manager, that's for sure.