The Baltimore Ravens suffered huge injuries to Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb. With new players having to step up, the question remains whether or not the sky is falling in Baltimore.
The Ravens made the rounds, donating their time to students in Baltimore. They also talked about losing Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb for the rest of the 2012 season.
Ravens S Bernard Pollard joined The Norris & Davis Show to give insight into the injuries to Ray Lewis, Lardarius Webb and Haloti Ngata.
It was a costly win for the Baltimore Ravens. The team took down the Dallas Cowboys at M &T Bank Stadium on Sunday, but not before losing two of its best defensive players.
Lewis suffered a season ending injury to his right triceps in the fourth quarter of the game Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens win another nail biter as they defeat the Dallas Cowboys 31-29. Injuries to Lewis and Webb continues to leave doubt that this defense can ever return to its once dominant state.
The Ravens run defense certainly hand their hands full Sunday, Surrendering 227 yards Rushing against the Cowboys . It was a physical battle that was won it the trenches.
Ravens safety Ed Reed has taken on more of a leadership role and Baltimore’s eager youngsters are reaping the benefits of his advice.
The Ravens injury report was extremely thin for their Week Four game agasint the Browns. Jah Reid is the only significant injury as he appears to be a game-time decision. Webb and Ayanbedejo appeared on the report but will most likely play against Cleveland
The Ravens played an extremely physical match up last Sunday against the Eagles. And though they had key personnel banged up on defense, most of the players are expected to suit up against the Patriots.
Big day for Ray?
The Baltimore Sun’s Aaron Wilson breaks down the Ravens-Bengals game.