The Baltimore Ravens aren’t quite done with former WR Derrick Mason after all. Mason was traded by the New York Jets to the Houston Texans for a conditional seventh round pick . So thanks to the bye week, the Ravens will face Mason two games in a row. The Texans were desperate to add another receiver. Andre Johnson is out with a bad hamstring and Jacoby Jones hasn’t stepped up like they expected. They needed something and Mason is that something. It will be interesting to see how the crowd at M&T Bank Stadium treats Mason after the way he acted in the Jets game. I expect a lot of booing whenever he touches the football.
BALTIMORE, MD - OCTOBER 2: Safety Ed Reed #20 of the Baltimore Ravens and wide receiver Derrick Mason #85 of the New York Jets, who is a former teammate, share a laugh after the NFL football game at M&T Bank Stadium on October 2, 2011 in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore Ravens won, 34-17. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)