Author | Rick Moore

One down, three to go

January 09, 2011 | Rick Moore

The Ravens dominated the Kansas City Chiefs to advance to what promises to be an epic showdown with the Steelers Saturday afternoon. All aspects of the game performed well. Flacco showed he has taken command of the Ravens’ offense, and had one of his best days as a pro. The defense once again created a bunch of turnovers. [...]

On to Pittsburgh!! A breakdown of tie-breaker scenarios

December 20, 2009 | Rick Moore

The Ravens beat up a Bears team that is not exactly lighting the world on fire. Joe Flacco looked sharp, spread the ball around, no turnovers, and was in charge. Ray Rice continues to build a case as one of the best 3 or 4 all around running backs in the game. The defense totally dominated when it [...]

True Greatness on Display

August 09, 2009 | Rick Moore

Hyperboles are often a part of colorful sports journalism. The word “greatness” is tossed around liberally. We seem to feel privileged when we witness something that is special, but rarely does the actual feat match up to the true meaning of “greatness”.  But I truly do feel privileged to be able to witness the greatest golfer [...]

Watching a time warp at Turnberry

July 18, 2009 | Rick Moore

I’m sitting here at 10:54 Saturday morning watching one of my favorite golfers as a child all alone at the top of the leader board of the Open Championship. Tom Watson, one month from turning 60 – that’s SIXTY years old, is winning the oldest major championship in golf. I was 14 in 1977 when [...]

What are they waiting for??

May 04, 2009 | Rick Moore

The Orioles, after a brief tease, have reverted to form and now sit in their familiar bottom of the AL East at 9-16. No one in his right mind can think this team has any shot at 80 wins, let alone a playoff berth. With virtually no one coming to the games, what in the world [...]

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