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What a Ravens Fan Should Make for the Super Bowl

What a Ravens Fan Should Make for the Super Bowl

The Ravens did it; defeated quarterback Tom Brady and his teammates and are the AFC champions in the NFL. On Feb. 4 they’ll match up against the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans, Louisiana, and if you’re not lucky enough to be at the game, you’ll most likely be celebrating the Ravens’ successful season at home. So here’s what to make.

Most Ravens fans will be familiar with this one because every time they show up at M&T stadium for a game, these cakes are served up hot and ready. The M&T crabcake represents Baltimore in all of its crab-glory, so whether you’re making these in the state of Maryland or halfway across the country, you’ll feel like a true Ravens fan when digging into one. The secret to the flavor in this recipe is the Old Bay seasoning and Tabasco sauce, which gives them a little kick. Make sure not so skip chilling the batter for an hour, because it’s the only one you’ll get a nice, cohesive cake, and be careful with the heat while frying, because butter burns easily. If your pan gets too dry, add a little more vegetable or canola oil, which is easier to work with when frying.

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Anne Dolce is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @anniecdolce


Too early for Ravens fans to make Super Bowl plans?

Somebody wake me up and buy me a plane ticket to Miami. The Ravens have figured out what ailed their offensive attack, which means that there can be little doubt about their final destination this season.

How's that for a knee-jerk reaction to the Ravens' 35-22 victory over the New Orleans Saints yesterday at the Louisiana Superdome?

Steve McNair was perfectly in tune with his new offensive coordinator, something that became apparent when he scored the first touchdown of the game untouched on a quarterback draw. There would be other signs along the way, but the season-high point total ought to be proof enough, especially after the Ravens matched this season's previous single-game scoring high (28) in the first half.

The ball is bouncing their way, too, as evidenced by a tipped touchdown pass by McNair and the defensive touchdown that rookie cornerback Ronnie Prude scored off a batted throw from Drew Brees in the first half. If you're keeping score at home, the Ravens have scored four touchdowns in the past two games on deflected balls, which means that fate is smiling on them at a pivotal juncture in the season.

The only thing that was missing from this Ravens performance was a social conscience. They apparently didn't realize - or they flat-out disregarded - how important this game was to the beleaguered city of New Orleans.

I'm pretty sure the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will do a better job of looking at the big picture when they host the Saints next week.

The 4 p.m. game in Fox's regional coverage featured the San Diego Chargers, starring linebacker Shawne Merriman, who's playing while he appeals his four-game suspension for a positive steroid test.

That is his right under the rules, but it just illustrates the great double standard applied to baseball and football with regard to the abuse of performance-enhancing drugs.

The broadcast crew did make several references to the situation, including the revelation that Merriman plans to spend part of the suspension working for the United Way in New Orleans, but there also was a great deal of talk about how inconvenient his absence will be for the Chargers.

When a player of the same stature as Merriman tests positive in baseball, the discussion tends to lean more toward the decline of western civilization. National pastime or not, it's the same issue in both sports and should be viewed that way.

Gotta admit the new John Mellencamp song "This Is Our Country" is a catchy tune, now that I've heard it 48 times during the World Series and several times during yesterday's NFL coverage.

Note to the former John Cougar: We get the whole Woody Guthrie thing, but don't you think debuting the song as a Chevrolet truck commercial ("This is our country . this is our truck") cheapens it just a little?

The St. Louis Cardinals proved just about everybody wrong with their resounding victory over the Detroit Tigers in the 102nd World Series, so you've got to take your hat off to them. They showed incredible toughness during the first two playoff series, which should have sent up a red flag for everyone who underestimated them.

It's hard to believe, in hindsight, that anyone could have considered the Tigers a "lock" to win the world title - I mean, how stupid is that - but who could have predicted that they would all forget how to field a routine bunt during the weeklong layoff between the American League Championship Series and the Fall Classic?

I hope I don't pull a muscle patting myself on the back, but I clearly have my finger on the pulse of this Miami-bound Ravens ballclub. I predicted that they would "carve up" the Saints' defense to improve my record to 6-1 against the spread in games involving the Ravens. You can look it up.

What a horrible week to be a Southern California fan. Not only did the Trojans get knocked off by (ugh) Oregon State, but Matt Leinart also had a terrible day in Green Bay and Reggie Bush sprained his ankle in the Saints' loss to the Ravens. I haven't given up on the Bowl Championship Series title game, but I'd settle for a 30-point victory over Notre Dame.

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If you are searching for the perfect individual serving appetizer, look no further. Jalapeño poppers are some of my favorite things on the table on game days. They can be extra spicy with ingredients like cayenne pepper, or more mild with the addition of cream cheese or beans. You can even make it a meal with our Jalapeño Popper Burger.

There are few (if any) times I am not in the mood for nachos. Something about the variety of flavors and textures is so craveable and satisfying. Plus, they are perfect for snacking while you watch the game (or the commercials). These are pretty easy to make at home and going DIY allows you to customize your nachos with all your favorite toppings. Try our Loaded Sheet-Pan Nachos or give it a healthier spin by swapping chips for cauliflower.


Buffalo Turkey Meatballs

I’m very excited to share this make-ahead appetizer recipe with you because it's a sneak peek from my upcoming cookbook, due out March 2021. Buffalo wings are nearly impossible to prep ahead of time because IMO they should be fresh and hot to taste best. However, when you take all the same flavors and turn them into a juicy turkey meatball, you can prep them entirely ahead of time and simply reheat before game time.

This Buffalo Turkey Meatball recipe uses ridiculously simple ingredients. You can decide if you want to fully cook them ahead of time or just roll them ahead and bake at party time. Either method will work. Get the full recipe here: Buffalo Turkey Meatballs


Glenn Clark: What Would Make The 2020 Season A Success For Ravens?

Typically when I write a column, my purpose is to either present an opinion and attempt to defend it or to actually show my work, to present a problem and consider a number of options before reaching a conclusion.

I’m not so certain that I’m going to be able to get there with this one.

I’ve wrestled with this particular topic for a couple of days and I’m not sure I’m capable of defining it. So I’m going to present this all to you in hopes that somehow, together, we can come up with an answer to this question:

“Why wouldn’t the guy just feed his daughter and THEN go back and teach her how to open the can of beans?”

OK. Not that question. This one: “What would determine if the 2020 season was a success for the Baltimore Ravens?”

It’s a doozy, right? The Baltimore Ravens are on to the playoffs for a third consecutive season after missing them in all of the three previous seasons. That’s good! And we’re all aware of how bizarre this season has been. There was no offseason, nor was there a preseason. Players had to try to avoid each other in the season. There were no fans in stands. The Ravens experienced a COVID-19 outbreak that upended everything. They lost an All-Pro left tackle and one of the best blocking tight ends in recent NFL history for the season and found themselves having to win out for five games down the stretch just to get in, including one of the most miraculous moments in franchise history against the Cleveland Browns.

Despite having all of that working against them, they made it. That’s remarkable. So should we declare this season a success right now and simply end this exercise after just 294 words?

I didn’t think so. As we move forward, we should begin by doing what I believe the kids call “checking your privilege.” That we’re having this conversation at all is a reflection of how good things have been here. Your favorite football team just made the playoffs for the ninth time in the last 13 years, and we’re not quite at a point where we can comfortably deem the season a “success.” The worst teams in the NFL — like the Jaguars, Jets and playoff-bound* Washington Football Team — would literally relive the year 2020 for the opportunity to be in this position.

(*I guess that’s not necessary, but it really feels like it should be.)

Of course, the single biggest reason why we can’t immediately accept this season as a “success” and move on is because of the 10-ton gorilla that sits specifically on Lamar Jackson’s back. If the Ravens lose their first playoff game for a third consecutive season (and even more so if Jackson again struggles in the process), the impact of the failures could begin to feel crippling.

There is a limit to the idea that the team’s 0-2 postseason record with Jackson under center represents a “small sample size.” For now, to be certain, it does. But it won’t forever. At some point, it becomes part of a quarterback’s DNA. That is, of course, merely an intangible issue but cannot be dismissed in the context of what has to happen to judge this season as successful — a concept that is, of course, equally intangible.

Let’s keep spitballing. If the Ravens go to Nashville, defeat the Titans, avenge their playoff loss a season ago and erase Lamar Jackson’s playoff “ofer,” can we now deem the season a success? My first inclination is to say, yes, that matters significantly and would be a true accomplishment after a trying campaign.

BUT … would we feel the same way if the Ravens turned around and got their asses handed to them a week later against the Chiefs in Kansas City? Would we comfortably call the season a “success” if it ended after one playoff victory and a now 0-4 record in the Jackson era against KC — the last three of which were all non-competitive? Would that feel like a “success?”

And sure, we can keep moving forward. Let’s even say that the Ravens somehow get past the Chiefs and now, amazingly, a disappointing Steelers team awaits them in the AFC championship game because they beat the Browns and somehow survived the Bills in fluky circumstances. If the Ravens FINALLY conquer the Chiefs only to turn around and lay an egg against a Steelers team that every Ravens fan believes the team should have defeated twice this season — particularly if Jackson plays poorly against Pittsburgh for the third time in as many tries in his career — will we possibly feel like the season is a success?

Coming into the year, this was a franchise with Super Bowl aspirations. While the team’s core is relatively young, the common belief has been that their most likely window for Super Bowl glory is while Jackson is on his rookie contract. We don’t know much about that situation, but we know that Jackson — much like Patrick Mahomes a year ago — could pursue a long-term deal as early as this offseason. If he plays well in playoff wins against the Titans and Chiefs, even if they were to lose in the AFC championship game, wouldn’t we expect the former unanimous MVP to command a massive contract?

So … are we back to the idea of “Super Bowl or bust” in terms of defining success for this team?

I told you that I would present this topic and might not be able to work it through to a conclusion. I’m only comfortable in saying that the season cannot be a success if the Ravens don’t beat the Titans this week. There’s just no way. After that, it will probably be based on the circumstances by which the season ended. Losing a thriller to the Bills in the divisional round might not feel as empty as other potential outcomes.

Of course, if they just go win the Super Bowl we won’t have much to debate at all. So maybe they just go do that.

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Ravens cheerleader Courtney Lenz, 23, of Baltimore, Md., is a five-year veteran of the cheer squad, but she did not receive an invitation to attend the biggest game of her career.

Now fans have taken to the internet, launching an online petition to push the Ravens to let Lenz cheer at the Super Bowl.

"I wouldn't even have reached out and let fans know if I didn't think it was clearly wrong," Lenz told ABCNews.com. "I'm just devastated by the whole situation. This was very unexpected… I didn't even think there would be a chance of me not going with being a five-year veteran."

The news came shortly after Lenz announced her planned retirement at the Ravens' last home game against the Colts.

Lenz began cheering for the Ravens when she was a freshman in college at 18. After she finished school and found a full time marketing job, she found it difficult to continue to fit cheering into her schedule and announced her retirement earlier this month.

Although she retired at the end of the regular season, Lenz believes her time on the squad this year and as a veteran, entitles her to a spot on the field at the Super Bowl. She accuses the Ravens of not allowing her to cheer in retaliation for quitting.

"They've been really hard on me this year since I told them I was leaving," Lenz said. She received an email last week with the names of the 32 cheerleaders who would join the team in New Orleans. "I was the only three-plus year veteran that [is] not going. I immediately thought it was a mistake."

The Ravens say they had to choose a select number of the 60-member squad to cheer at the Super Bowl, and Lenz did not make the cut.

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Fans who learned that Lenz would not participate took the internet to complain.

Debbie Kammerer, 52, of Pasadena, Md. created an online petition that has already has surpassed 1,200 signatures. She is so angry, she says she is considering not attending the game herself.

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The notorious leader of Islamist terror group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, has been seriously injured with some reporting he is dead after trying to blow himself up, according to intelligence sources. Shekau, the man behind the Chibok schoolgirl kidnapping in 2014, tried to kill himself to avoid capture when a rival group supported by the Islamic State surrounded him on Wednesday, sources told AFP. In a confidential briefing leaked to Nigerian media and seen by The Daily Telegraph, the country's intelligence services said: "Shekau detonated a bomb and killed himself when he observed that the ISWAP fighters wanted to capture him alive." But an intelligence source told AFP Shekau had managed to escape with some men after the attack. In 2016, men from Boko Haram defected to create a splinter group, known as Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP). While Shekau revelled in indiscriminate brutality, ISWAP refused to kill Muslim civilians in a ploy to more successfuly recruit from local communities. Bulama Bukarti, a Boko Haram specialist at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, told The Telegraph that if confirmed, Shekau's death would be "a huge milestone, a turning point in Boko Haram's history." "If his death exacerbates the infighting, it means more killings on both sides and that would be positive news for counterterrorism. If his death leads to the reunification of Boko Haram, then it will become a unified force and they will continue to pursue civilian-friendly policy." The brutal leader has been reported dead several times in the past, but each time he has issued statements or videos to rebut the claims. The cleric became the group's leader in 2010 and launched a sadistic campaign of terror across the Lake Chad region into southern Niger, northern Cameroon and Chad. Hamstrung by low morale, a lack of resources and decades of corruption, the Nigerian military struggled to stop Boko Haram's advance. "Shekau defied the Nigerian armed forces for 12 years, if it's true it speaks volumes about how alarmingly powerful ISWAP is," Mr Bukarti added. Despite frequent declarations of victory by the Nigerian government, Boko Haram and their breakaway group, ISWAP, have proved extraordinarily resilient. Reportedly, the jihadists have killed thousands of local soldiers over the last two years. More than 40,000 people have been killed and over two million have fled their homes due to the conflict in northeast Nigeria. Fighting has spread to parts of neighbouring Chad, Cameroon and Niger.


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