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Terrell Suggs has already been a bigger factor in Baltimore’s defense than anyone had reason to expect. in the first half in Houston, he notched a sack. He played in a large share of the defensive snaps and has ever been playing pass coverage. With Haloti Ngata having left, Suggs might be just about all Baltimore has left in its once-exalted defense.
With way too much dependent on Joe Flacco to elevate the team, Bert has responded predictable eliteness. That is, two interceptions and a sack for a safety.
For what it’s worth, the Houston offense has a few highlights to go along with the defensive scores they’re putting up.
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According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs is expected to play in tomorrow’s game against the Texans.Suggs was activated to the Ravens’ active roster today and linebacker Sergio Kindle was cut.With Suggs likely playing, I wouldn’t expect him to get more than 15 snaps.
Six months after sustaining a torn Achilles tendon on the basketball court, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs will suit up and play against the Houston Texans, the team announced.
Suggs, who was placed on the non-football injury list in April, has participated all week in practice and it was expected that he would make his return. It couldn't come at a better time.
Ravens LB Terrell Suggs Will Play vs Texans -
According to sources with knowledge of the situation, Baltimore Ravens LB Terrell Suggs will play against the Houston Texans today, just seven months after tearing his Achilles tendon. The Ravens activated the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year from the physically unable to perform (PUP) list on Saturday but didn’t elaborate...
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I don’t know if Terrell Suggs is rushing himself or if he completely went against the odds to return at this pace, but it’s official know that the reigning Defensive Player of the Year will play this Sunday for the Baltimore Ravens as they play the Houston Texans.
ESPN’s NFL Insider Adam Schefter confirmed the news. Many have doubted that...
Ravens defensive end Terrell Suggs has been downgraded to a game-time decision Sunday against Houston. Suggs (Achilles) was activated from the team's physically unable to perform list on Saturday.Fantasy Spin:We assumed the activation meant Suggs would play but apparently that's not necessarily the case. If Suggs sits, Albert McClellan would likely get the start in his place.
With Ray Lewis possibly gone for the rest of the season, the Baltimore Ravens will have to hope that linebacker Terrell Suggs will be able to fill in for his absence.
Suggs hasn't played a game this season due to a tore Achilles tendon but it believed that he might play against the Houston Texans later today.
During the week, Suggs decided to play a prank on Ravens reporter...
The Ravens’ Terrell Suggs, the NFL defensive player of the year last season, returned to action today after tearing his Achilles tendon just a few months ago. It was feared that he’d be out for the season but he’s back and looks as good as he did when he left, sacking Houston’s Matt Schaub on the seventh defensive play of the game. Welcome back, Terrell!
With Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb out for the season, the Ravens may be getting desperate on defense.
NFL.com is reporting that Terrell Suggs will play on Sunday against the Texans after being activated from the physically unable to perform list.
Suggs tore his right achilles tendon in May. Typical recovery time for a similar injury can be up to 11 months.
Linebacker Terrell Suggs is active for the Ravens on Sunday at Houston. Ravens inactives: CB Asa Jackson, TE Billy Bajema, OL Jah Reid, OL Ramon Harewood, NT Ma'ake Kemoeatu (knee), WR/KR Deonte Thompson, RB Bobby Rainey. Source: CBS Sports Attached Thumbnails
Ravens fans hope this won’t become routine RAVENS – 13TEXANS – 43 Sunday afternoon at Reliant Stadium was not a pretty one for the Baltimore Ravens. The Houston Texans dominated in every facet of the game and are now standing alone atop the AFC standings. Houston took it to the Ravens in the running game, the passing game, on defense, virtually every aspect of the game the...
Coach John Harbaugh didn't offer any clarity on whether Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year in 2011, will play Sunday against Houston.
Suggs injured his Achilles in April and was placed on the physically unable to perform list. He's since been taken off the list but is in the midst of a three-week grace period and isn'...
Chris Johnson managed to get himself to the edge early in the game against the Bills showing nice burst to get an impressive touchdown. Things must have gone crazy on the Ravens sideline when Terrell Suggs pulled down Matt Schaub in the first quarter. I thought he was crazy to play on one peg, but, …
Baltimore Ravens vs. Houston Texans: Hero and Zero of the Game Both the Baltimore Ravens and the Houston Texans had a record of 5-1 coming into this Week 7 match-up. This game was a rematch of the January 15, 2012 playoff game, in which the Ravens beat the Texans by a score of 20-13. What a difference a season makes, as the Texans were frustrating hosts for the Ravens’...
The Bye Week break is behind us now.
I don't expect a miracle comeback by Mike Patterson or Jason Peters. I don't know how the heck Terrell Suggs pulled off a 6-month rehab from Achilles tendon reconstruction surgery...but I don't think anything like that is going to happen here.
The Eagles are 3-3...with more questions than answers.
This is gut-check time...
Despite the amazing renaissance of OLB Terrell Suggs who basically rose up from the dead, the Ravens were unable to compensate for their current defensive deficiencies... and got pounded by the Houston Texans, 43-13...Matt Schaub threw two touchdown passes, Arian Foster ran for two scores and the Texans dominated a showdown of the conference's top two teams, routing the Baltimore...