Ravens Ray Rice in the midst of his best season
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice has been the focal point of his team’s offensive attack since the start of the 2009 season. Rice has rushed for over 1200 yards and exceeded 500 yards receiving in each of the last three seasons. The 2011 season has been Rice’s best to date. The dynamic back set career highs this season in rushing yards (1364), receiving yards (704), total yards (2068), and touchdowns (15). Rice will look to keep the good times rolling as he prepares for the first home playoff game of his career. The Ravens will host the Texans, Steelers or Broncos on January 15th depending upon the outcome of the NFL’s Wild Card weekend.
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