Author | Dwayne Showalter

Can “Joe January” carry through to “February Flacco”?

Can “Joe January” carry through to “February Flacco”?

January 29, 2013 | Dwayne Showalter

Reggie Jackson was Mr. October.  The Yankees even had Mr. November in Derek Jeter.  Those guys won championships in the fall months and bolstered their Hall of Fame credentials along the way.  The Baltimore Ravens have “Joe January”.  Joe Flacco has proven himself to be quite the performer once old calenders start getting pulled off [...]

Ravens Post Season Review: The WINS!!

Ravens Post Season Review: The WINS!!

January 16, 2013 | Dwayne Showalter

Well, I took a long walk to clear my head after reviewing all of the Ravens playoff defeats over the years.  Luckily, there were only seven to review.  Now I turn my attention to the 12 playoff victories:  A rundown of the Ravens playoff victories ranking from the good to the great to the greatest. [...]

The Ravens Post Season Review…First: The Losses

The Ravens Post Season Review…First: The Losses

January 16, 2013 | Dwayne Showalter

The Ravens have built quite the playoff resume over the years.  Their playoff life started on December 31st, 2000 in a wild card game victory over the Broncos.  I hosted quite a New Year’s Rockin’ Eve party that night!  It continues this Sunday in New England.  Baltimore sports a 12-7 record so far in 8 [...]

Who Got Coal, Who Didn’t?

Who Got Coal, Who Didn’t?

December 27, 2012 | Dwayne Showalter

2012 was no different than any other year in the sports world in many respects.  In mid-October, those that cover the NFL for a living were proclaiming that this season was completely unpredictable.  I hear that every year.  In late September, I heard from the college football folks that the polls shouldn’t even be tallied [...]

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The Maryland Move

November 21, 2012 | Dwayne Showalter

I’ve been an ACC guy all along, since the days of Bias, Boomer, Ross and Lefty.  I was at Maryland in dark times in the late 80s and early 90s.  I still speak out in favor of the ACC.  I root FOR Duke and Carolina in non-conference games and through the NCAA tournament.  I check [...]

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