Our Ravens-Steelers “Pats on the Ass”

September 12, 2011 | Glenn Clark

Glenn Clark’s Pats…

Cary Williams


He made hits. He made plays in coverage. Other than the Emmanuel Sanders TD, it was a damn good debut as a starting NFL corner.

Ed Dickson


If it weren’t for a (questionable) holding call on Bryant McKinnie, Dickson would have finished with close to 100 yards receiving. His TD catch was the nail in the coffin. I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. As great as he was in Charm City, I just don’t think the Ravens will miss Todd Heap.

Ray Rice

I clearly didn’t expect 107 yards rushing or 149 yards of total offense against the Steelers defense. If the O-Line plays this well all season, Ray Rice will have a great opportunity to be All-Pro.

Jarret Johnson

While the whole game might not have been brilliant for JJ, he gets a pat for one play…

Every player on the roster would have liked to be the one to deliver that blow to Hines Ward. Double J just gave Ravens fans everywhere something to send to Steelers fan friends on Facebook this week.

Terrell Suggs (two pats)


Three sacks. Two forced fumbles. Surpassed Peter Boulware as the Ravens’ all-time sacks leader.

The man is defining his legacy based on his play in football’s greatest rivalry. What else is there to say?

Flexing my mic muscles since 1983…