Published: November 1st, 2011 | Tags: First and 10, Andy Reid, Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Jeff Darlington, Kansas City Chiefs, Michael Fabiano, Michael Lombardi, New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers
One week after laying a prime-time egg in Jacksonville, the Baltimore Ravens were down and out at home, trailing the lowly Arizona Cardinals 24-6 as they were booed into the locker room at halftime. How did the Ravens turn it around? Find out when NFL Network replays Sunday’s thriller Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET, followed at 9:30 p.m. by the clash of AFC powers New England and Pittsburgh.
Here’s what else is on tap for Tuesday:
- The surging Kansas City Chiefs, who started the season 0-3, claimed a share of first place in the AFC West by edging the San Diego Chargers in overtime Monday night.
- Find out who’s up and who’s down in this week’s NFL.com Power Poll, and see where our experts ranked your favorite team.
- If the season ended today, some familiar faces would be back in the playoffs, but several others would be left out in the cold. Check out our playoff picture as it stands after eight weeks.
- You can have a say in who wins top honors for last weekend’s games by voting for the NFL’s Hardest Working Man award, the Rookie of the Week, Air & Ground Player of the Week, and Never Say Never Moment of the Week. And don’t forget to fill out your Pro Bowl ballot.
- Relive the best plays of an action-packed month of October in this Halloween-themed highlight video.
- After a slow start that seemingly had coach Andy Reid on the hot seat, the Philadelphia Eagles are starting to look like the potent team of All-Pros we expected, Jeff Darlington writes.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers have heard the criticism all season. But they put it to rest in Sunday’s beatdown of the New England Patriots, Michael Lombardi writes as he rounds up what he loved and hated in Week 8.
- It’s time to put Week 8’s fantasy horror show behind you and start scouring the waiver wire for Week 9’s gems. Michael Fabiano will tell you if now’s the time to add Carson Palmer, who’s had an extra week to study Oakland’s offense.
- Come up with names for the week’s most exciting plays, and tweet your way into the NFL history books. We’ll pick our favorites, and let users pick the final winner each week.
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