ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WJZ) — The Ravens defense faces a playoff test in trying to contain one of the top passing teams in the NFL: Bills quarterback Josh Allen, and his top-target, Stefon Diggs.
The Ravens defensive secondary features a cast of characters that can get the job done.READ MORE: Small Plane Crashes In Easton
Cornerback Marlon Humphrey is the best of the bunch. The $100 million man with skill and style, the shades and cowboy hat after the playoff win in Tennessee says it all.
Fellow corner Marcus Peters says a lot, out loud and often times heated, he plays with passion, sometimes to the point of drawing penalties.READ MORE: Elkton Police Searching For Runaway 11-Year-Old Girl
“We have a great relationship,” Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said. “I like him and I love him. I just really think he’s genuine, he’s as authentic as it gets. That’s what you appreciate about anybody, especially someone like Marcus.”
But even the hardcore, old-school coach can appreciate what Peters delivers.
Then, there’s safety Chuck Clark. The opposite of Peters, Cark doesn’t say much at all. He’s soft-spoken, but hard-hitting. A quiet leader who does his job in an understated, but impactful way.MORE NEWS: Federal Unemployment Benefits Ending Early In Many States
“He’s very even and steady in terms of the outward display,” Harbaugh said. “Yet inside, he’s very motivated, he’s on fire.”