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News today is that Marcus Peters and Gus Edwards both went down today in practice with suspected ACL tears.

If true that would mean that the Ravens will have lost their best CB and three RBs (Dobbins, Justice, and Edwards) for the year on top of losing Bateman for the first half of the season.

 

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I think they’ll survive the running backs. They already added Le’Veon Bell and are grabbing Devonta Freeman too.

Peters is a huge loss though.

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Man Baltimore is getting hit.  They’ve still got the 3 essentials - good owner/org, good coach, good quarterback.  

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1 hour ago, Stripes said:

I think they’ll survive the running backs. They already added Le’Veon Bell and are grabbing Devonta Freeman too.

Peters is a huge loss though.

Yeah...Bell and Freeman are ok...but that is still a HUGE loss at RB. 

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26 minutes ago, membengal said:

Yeah...Bell and Freeman are ok...but that is still a HUGE loss at RB. 

There is a reason why both guys were on the street....

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That running game is a shell of itself there now. 

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2 hours ago, membengal said:

That running game is a shell of itself there now. 

possibly so, but.......the player I recall running us over again and again and again last year wasnt any of the running backs

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They play more than us. They were supposed to be SB contenders. I do not see that now. 

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Balt will survive the loss of RBs.  
 

Lamar is so dynamic that it holds the back side pursuit.    If Bell somehow wakes up the echos this could be a curse.  

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The Peters loss at CB is equally enormous to that team.

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