Stephen A. Smith thinks Ravens should have played Joe Flacco

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The boos, which started in the third quarter as Baltimore trailed 12-0, angered cornerback Jimmy Smith.

Replay official Terri Valenti will work the Colts-Chiefs game in her first playoff assignment, also making history. It's the Rams' sixth primetime game of the season after playing five in the regular season.

Weddle, 34, may get some hints regarding what the organization is thinking when he meets with new Baltimore general manager Eric DeCosta on Tuesday.

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Six-time Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle has no interest in playing for any other National Football League team besides the Ravens, he said Monday, the day after his team's AFC wild card loss to the Chargers.

While Ben Maller isn't a fan of Joe Flacco, you can't get any worse than Jackson was.

He ranked fourth on the team with 744 defensive snaps.

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Defensively the Chargers have impressive playmakers at all three levels. Jackson was the team's leading rusher with 54 yards on nine carries but failed to eclipse 200 yards through the air. Overall, Rivers has gone 213-for-356 for 2,739 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions in those games. But it appears that Baltimore has seen enough to entrench him as the starter moving forward. It wasn't immediately clear if arrests were made. After an action-packed Wild Card weekend, four teams have gone home for the offseason, while four teams have advanced to play in next weekend's Divisional round, where trips to the AFC and NFC Championship Games will be on the line.

Though Brown came out of the gate strong, catching 15 passes for 338 yards and three touchdowns in his first four games with Baltimore, he disappeared down the stretch.

The tougher decision comes with Terrell Suggs.

The Eagles knew what had happened in Buffalo so when the head coach looked around the locker room at halftime, he used it as inspiration for his team. However, he's 36 and just finished his 16th season.

I'd quickly be traded to Horse & Hound by NFL.com if I refused to include the Cowboys in one of these scenarios, so here we go.

"If he wants me back, I'm here", Weddle said Monday.

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