The Ravens’ starting quarterback situation. New York’s offensive strength is running the ball, but the Ravens’ run defense tops in the league. Can the Ravens secondary contain another big-time wideout?
Fourth-round pick Tavon Young is showing the ups and downs of a rookie, but leads the secondary in picks. The Ravens have eight interceptions so far, which has already surpassed last year’s total. With the turnover-prone Jets up next, the group is looking to take it to the end zone.
The Ravens’ backup quarterback said he ‘definitely’ is helped by the fact that he took so many snaps with the first-team offense this offseason.
The Ravens’ smartest player and starting left guard of the past two weeks said he doesn’t plan to play football for 16 years, but has a good answer to why he risks brain health to play football.
With Terrell Suggs (biceps) and Elvis Dumervil (foot) both not expected to play Sunday in New York, the Ravens will rely on Za’Darius Smith, Matthew Judon and Kamalei Correa to pick up the slack.
Instead of Ryan Fitzpatrick, Baltimore’s defense will face fourth-year Jets quarterback Geno Smith, who was coached by Ravens Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg during his two years as a starter in 2013-14. The Ravens say they’re not changing their preparation much.
Head Coach John Harbaugh outlined two problems that have hurt the Ravens: big plays allowed and penalties. He feels like the self-inflicted wounds can be healed and the Ravens can get back to playing winning football.
Running back Lorenzo Taliaferro will return to practice from the reserve/PUP list. Baltimore released guard Garrett Reynolds from the practice squad.
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