AFC Wildcard Match-Up: Baltimore Ravens vs. Miami Dolphins

Here is a look at Sunday’s AFC Wildcard game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Miami Dolphins through the work of the local media covering each team:

BALTIMORE RAVENS

Let’s head to the Mid-Atlantic region of the country and examine the local media contingent that covers the Baltimore Ravens

Newspaper- One of the most underrated mid-sized newspapers in the Country is the Baltimore Sun.  It has a long tradition of having a comprehensive sports section.  The online version of the paper has a page dedicated to the Ravens. The paper’s various beat writers also maintain the Ravens Insider Blog.  Baltimore has its own weekly sports newspaper, the Press Box.

Sports Radio- WBAL serves as the home of the Ravens Radio Network. To talk Ravens, tune into sports talker WJFK.

Television-  Among the television stations on the Baltimore beat include WBAL, WBFF, WJZ and WMAR.

Blogs-  Check out Ravens News, Ravens Gab, Baltimore Beatdown, and Ravens 24-7 for independent coverage of the team.

MIAMI DOLPHINS

As we continue to look at the local sports media outlets that cover the NFL, let’s head to Miami and media that follows the Dolphins

Newspaper- The Miami Herald is the major metropolitan newspaper that serves the city. Its sports section provides comprehensive coverage of the team, including a Dolphins-specific page. Beat writers Jeff Darlington and Armando Salguero do a good job covering the team with Salguero hosting the paper’s Dolphins in Depth blog.

Sports Radio-  South Florida Dolphins’ fans are well covered on game day at the Dolphins Radio Network.  Jimmy Cefalo returns on play-by-play as do analysts Jim Mandich and Joe Rose.

If you want to talk Dolphins on local sports radio, check out WQAM and WAXY.

Television- Local television stations following the Dolphins include WFORWPLG, WSVN, and WTVJ.

Blogs- Some of the independent blogs covering the team include the PhinsiderPhinfever, Phin Phanatic, and Dolphins Gab.

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