Recap The Ravens Win From Our Chat

Baltimore-area Patch sites hosted a live chat during the Ravens-Texans AFC Divisional game.

Welcome to Patch's first Ravens live chat.

We'll be here starting at noon, providing a live feedback session for fans who like to watch the game and interact with others. Havre de Grace Patch editor , a former Baltimore sports writer, will moderate the chat. We'll have updates via Twitter—particularly from Owings Mills Patch editor , who will be at the game.

Want your Twitter comments to pop up in the live chat stream here on Patch? Easy. Just use #RavensPatch somewhere in your 140 characters, and it'll pop up in our conversation, powered by CoverItLive.

Going to the game? Tweet a picture of you and your fellow Ravens fans and use the #RavensPatch hashtag, and share your view with everyone else!

We'll also be pulling in the Ravens' official Twitter feed starting Sunday morning, so we can provide up-to-the-minute updates on the team to all of our readers. We'll be able to provide the back-and-forth you'd get at a Ravens party or at your local bar, with the benefit of the latest media updates on the team, so you'll know exactly who is and isn't suiting up, and exactly why so-and-so left with an injury.

No need to be anywhere else.

So check back in at noon, and join us in conversation.

Margaret January 16, 2012 at 01:06 PM
carl torsch January 16, 2012 at 04:05 PM
Win is a win I was there at Raymond James Stadium in 2001 when we put it all together for that whopping we put on the Giants All the way Ravens !!!
Paul Amirault January 16, 2012 at 05:35 PM
I was there yesterday, a Win entitled us to go to New England, however, if Cameron and Harbaugh do not learn from this victory that the "spoils" go to the bold, we will be watching the Patriots in the Super Bowl. We cannot make 1 yard routinely in a 3rd or 4th situation, that will bite us. Our defense carried the day against a 3rd string QB. We better find another wy and we have 6 days to do so. Our offensive line is an issue as well.
Sean Tully January 16, 2012 at 06:05 PM
The World Championship is up for grabs. The Ravens have as good a chance as any of the remaining teams. On paper, the Pats are probably odds on favorite, but it is on the field the games are played so I wouldn't bet against the Ravens either. The thing about the Pats is when they win, they win big (they scored 30+ points on most wins), but when they lose they are often held to below 30 points. I think they will have a tough time scoring 30 points against the Ravens. The question is can we score enough points to win? Can't wait to find out!


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